noun, plural ple·nums, ple·na [plee-nuh, plen-uh] /ˈpli nə, ˈplɛn ə/.
Origin of plenum
Examples from the Web for plena
Historical Examples of plena
At simul veniebat in mentem oratio Josue, & Calebi, plena divin fiduci: Terra valde bona est.
My patience was almost gone when the second girl received a lash for her “Plena Gratia.”Frank Mildmay
Captain Frederick Marryat
Vilia miretur vulgus; mihi flavus Apollo Pocula Castalia plena ministret aqua.A Life of William Shakespeare
noun plural -nums or -na (-nə)
Word Origin for plenum
1670s, "filled space" (opposite of vacuum), from Latin plenum (spatium) "full (space)," neuter of adjective plenus "complete, full" (see plenary). The meaning "of a full assembly of legislators" is first recorded 1772.