Definition for AL'BUM

AL'BUM, n. [L. albus, white.]

  1. Among the Romans, a white table, board or register, on which the names of public officers and public transactions were entered. – Lat. Dict.
  2. A book, originally blank, in which foreigners or strangers insert autographs of celebrated persons, or in which friends insert pieces as memorials for each other.

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