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eighteenmo

[ ey-teen-moh ]
/ ˈeɪˈtin moʊ /
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noun, adjective plural eight·een·mos,

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Origin of eighteenmo

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Example sentences from the Web for eighteenmo

  • Other sizes occasionally used are called “sixteenmo” or “sextodecimo,” “eighteenmo” or “octodecimo,” etc.

    The Story of Books|Gertrude Burford Rawlings

British Dictionary definitions for eighteenmo

eighteenmo
/ (ˈeɪˈtiːnməʊ) /

noun plural -mos

Also called: octodecimo a book size resulting from folding a sheet of paper into 18 leaves or 36 pagesOften written: 18mo, 18°
a book of this size
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