noun phe·nom \ˈfē-ˌnäm, fi-ˈnäm\

: a person who is very good at doing something (such as a sport)

Full Definition of PHENOM

:  phenomenon; especially :  a person of phenomenal ability or promise

First Known Use of PHENOM

circa 1890


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