rummer

[ruhm-er]

Origin of rummer

1645–55; < Dutch roemer large wine glass, especially for Rhine wine, perhaps derivative of roemen to praise (as in drinking a toast)
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rummer

noun
  1. a drinking glass, typically having an ovoid bowl on a short stem

Word Origin for rummer

C17: from Dutch roemer a glass for drinking toasts, from roemen to praise
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