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Meaning of variorum

var•i•o•rum

Pronunciation: (vâr"ē-ôr'um, -ōr'-), [key]
— adj.
  1. containing different versions of the text by various editors: a variorum edition of Shakespeare.
  2. containing many notes and commentaries by a number of scholars or critics: a variorum text of Cicero.
—n.
  1. a variorum edition or text.
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