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candelabrum

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noun can·de·la·brum \-brəm\

Definition of candelabrum

plural

candelabra

play \-brə\ also

candelabrums



Origin and Etymology of candelabrum

Latin


First Known Use: 1811


CANDELABRUM Defined for Kids

candelabrum

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noun can·de·la·brum \ˌkan-də-ˈlä-brəm, -ˈla-\

Definition of candelabrum for Students

plural

candelabra

\-ˈlä-brə, -ˈla-\ also

candelabrums




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