noun, plural ple·nums, ple·na [plee-nuh, plen-uh] /ˈpli nə, ˈplɛn ə/.
Origin of plenum
Examples from the Web for plena
Vilia miretur vulgus; mihi flavus Apollo Pocula Castalia plena ministret aqua.A Life of William Shakespeare|Sidney Lee
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
British Dictionary definitions for plena
noun plural -nums or -na (-nə)
Word Origin for plenum
Word Origin and History for plena
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.