colophony

noun co·lo·pho·ny \ kə-ˈlä-fə-nē , ˈkä-lə-ˌfō- \

Definition of colophony

plural colophonies

Origin and Etymology of colophony

Middle English colophonie, ultimately from Greek Kolophōn Colophon, an Ionian city


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colophony

noun co·lo·pho·ny \ kə-ˈläf-ə-nē , ˈkäl-ə-ˌfō- \

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plural colophonies

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