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1variorum

noun var·i·o·rum \ˌver-ē-ˈr-əm\

Definition of VARIORUM

1
:  an edition or text with notes by different persons
2
:  an edition containing variant readings of the text

Origin of VARIORUM

Latin variorum of various persons (genitive plural masculine of varius), in the phrase cum notis variorum with the notes of various persons
First Known Use: 1728

Rhymes with VARIORUM

2variorum

adjective

Definition of VARIORUM

:  relating to or being a variorum <a variorum edition>; also :  variant <variorum readings>

First Known Use of VARIORUM

circa 1763

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