noun cy·ma·tium \sī-ˈmā-sh(ē-)əm\
plural cy·ma·tia\-sh(ē-)ə\

Definition of CYMATIUM

:  a crowning molding in classic architecture; especially :  cyma

Origin of CYMATIUM

Latin, from Greek kymation, diminutive of kymat-, kyma
First Known Use: 1563

Rhymes with CYMATIUM


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