What does tome mean?

tome in AZ Dictionary

(n) one of several books in a work of a number of amounts.
(n) A book, especially a sizable or scholarly one.
(n) One in some amounts.

tome in Community Dictionary

An overly large and heavy written piece. by Bettye BeamReport definition
principal personality associated with book "The happy Tome". Totally average in most ways except that their great working away talent, along with his irregular, and often unfortunate good-luck. by JohnieReport definition
appealing, W.Ireland. Feasible Gaelic beginning. Generally uttered by a person in mention of the a lady. by LacyReport definition
A reference-style guide, sometimes part of a string. Typically big and perhaps an exhaustive guide. by NelsonReport definition
a big, heavy, old, or ancient guide.in reality just any guide, but guide suggests an average type of book, whereas the phrase tome suggests a large, heavy, old or ancient guide. perhaps an important or signifigant one. by RandyReport definition
an extremely common adjective utilized in western Ireland. Indicating awesome, cool, amazing. by Valeria SantosReport definition
good, excellent, cool by MichaelReport definition

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  • Sentence for "tome"
  • Synonym for "tome"
    • book, boom
  • Phrases for "tome"
    • page tome, big tome, tome at, tome on, tome for
  • Rhyme for "tome"
    • Boehme, Guillaume, Home, Jerome, Nome
  • Hypernym for "tome"
    • book
  • Same Context for "tome"
    • ledger, ley, treatise, ________________________________________________________________, scroll
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