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roemer

[ rey-mer; German rœ-muhr ]
/ ˈreɪ mər; German ˈrœ mər /
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noun, plural roe·mers, German roe·mer [rœ-muhr]. /ˈrœ mər/.
a German wineglass having a body with a globular top and a cylindrical bottom often decorated with prunts, supported by a conical foot.
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Origin of roemer

1895–1900; <German, originally a glass for toasting; cognate with Dutch roemer; akin to German rühmen to praise
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