[ siks-tee-fawr-moh, -fohr- ]
/ ˌsɪks tiˈfɔr moʊ, -ˈfoʊr- /
noun, plural six·ty-four·mos.
a book size (about 2 × 3 inches; 5 × 7 cm) determined by printing on sheets folded to form 64 leaves or 128 pages.
a book of this size. Symbol: 64mo, 64°
printed, folded, or bound in sixty-fourmo.
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British Dictionary definitions for sixty-fourmo
/ (ˌsɪkstɪˈfɔːməʊ) /
noun plural -mos
a book size resulting from folding a sheet of paper into 64 leaves or 128 pages, each one sixty-fourth the size of the sheetOften written: 64mo, 64°
a book of this size
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