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omnium–gatherum

noun om·ni·um–gath·er·um \ˌäm-nē-əm-ˈga-thə-rəm\
plural omnium–gatherums

Definition of OMNIUM-GATHERUM

:  a miscellaneous collection (as of things or persons)

Origin of OMNIUM-GATHERUM

Latin omnium (genitive plural of omnis) + English gather + Latin -um, noun ending
First Known Use: 1530

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