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can·de·la·brum / ˌkandəˈläbrəm; -ˈlab-/ • n. (pl. -la·bra / -ˈläbrə; -ˈlabrə/ ) a large branched candlestick or holder for several candles or lamps.

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candelabrum.
1. Stand on which lamps are supported.

2. Chandelier.

3. Branched candlestick.

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candelabrum, (prop. pl.) -bra XIX. — L., f. candēla CANDLE.