noun hu·mi·dor \ˈhyü-mə-ˌdr, ˈyü-\

Definition of HUMIDOR

:  a case or enclosure (as for storing cigars) in which the air is kept properly humidified

Origin of HUMIDOR

humid + -or (as in cuspidor)
First Known Use: 1903


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