Definition of Cuprums
1. cuprum [n] - See also: cuprum
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Literary usage of Cuprums
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1. A Grammar of the Latin Language: For the Use of Schools and Colleges by Ethan Allen Andrews, Solomon Stoddard (1838)
"The infinitive, either with or without a subject- accusative, may depend upon a verb; as, Htec vitare cuprums, We desire to avoid this. Cic. ..."
2. Tyronis thesaurus: or, Entick's Latin-English dictionary, with a classical by John Entick (1834)
"cuprums, a, urn. adj. made of copper. Cuprum, in 2. copper. Cúpula, ж. f. 1. dim. a little cup. Cur, adv. interr. wherefore? why? for what cause? ..."