Definition of Cuprums

1. cuprum [n] - See also: cuprum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuprums

cuprophytes
cuproprotein
cuproproteins
cuprorhodsite
cuprorivaite
cuproscheelite
cuprosklodowskite
cuprospinel
cuprostibite
cuprotitanium
cuprotungstite
cuprouranite
cuprous
cuprous oxide
cuprum
cuprums (current term)
cups
cups of joe
cups of tea
cupset
cupsets
cupsful
cupula
cupula cochleae
cupula cristae ampullaris
cupula of cochlea
cupula pleurae
cupulae
cupular
cupular blind sac

Literary usage of Cuprums

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1. A Grammar of the Latin Language: For the Use of Schools and Colleges by Ethan Allen Andrews, Solomon Stoddard (1838)
"The infinitive, either with or without a subject- accusative, may depend upon a verb; as, Htec vitare cuprums, We desire to avoid this. Cic. ..."

2. Tyronis thesaurus: or, Entick's Latin-English dictionary, with a classical by John Entick (1834)
"cuprums, a, urn. adj. made of copper. Cuprum, in 2. copper. C├║pula, ж. f. 1. dim. a little cup. Cur, adv. interr. wherefore? why? for what cause? ..."

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