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athenaeum

ath·e·nae·um / ˌa[unvoicedth]əˈnēəm/ (also ath·e·ne·um) • n. used in the names of libraries or institutions for literary or scientific study: the Boston Athenaeum. ∎  used in the titles of periodicals concerned with literature, science, and art.

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athenaeum

athenaeum •um •Graeme, graham •athenaeum, atheneum, coliseum, Liam, lyceum, mausoleum, museum, peritoneum, propylaeum, Te Deum •Rijksmuseum

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