noun jo·rum \ˈjr-əm\

Definition of JORUM

:  a large drinking vessel or its contents

Origin of JORUM

perhaps from Joram in the Bible who brought with him vessels of silver (2 Samuel 8:10—AV)
First Known Use: 1730

Rhymes with JORUM


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