jeroboam

noun
jer·​o·​bo·​am | \ˌjer-ə-ˈbō-əm \
variants: or less commonly Jeroboam

Definition of jeroboam 

: an oversize wine bottle holding about three liters

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Champagne towers were poured from jeroboams to mark the brand’s 275th year, and guests enjoyed the champagne vending machine, with mini Moëts in abundance. Moet Moment, A-LIST, "Social Light: Moët Summer House Opening Party," 8 June 2018 There were also a few double magnums, and one jeroboam: six bottles. John Seabrook, The New Yorker, "Behind the Cellar Door," 23 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of jeroboam

1889, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for jeroboam

Jeroboam I †about 912 b.c. king of the northern kingdom of Israel

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