Etymology

1. magnum

noun. ['ˈmægnəm'] a large wine bottle for liquor or wine.

Etymology

  • magnum (Latin)

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Rhymes with Magnum

  • aluminium
  • aluminium
  • aluminum
  • annum
  • arcanum
  • barnum
  • bonum
  • branam
  • brannam
  • brannum
  • branum
  • bucknam
  • burnam
  • burnham
  • bynum
  • canam
  • debnam
  • denham
  • denim
  • denomme

2. double-magnum

noun. a large wine bottle (holds 4/5 of a gallon).

Synonyms

  • wine bottle

Sentences with magnum


1. Noun, singular or mass
The foramen magnum is the large hole on the underside of the skull where the spinal cord exits and follows the spinal column.

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