Definition of rummer in English:

rummer

Syllabification: rum·mer
Pronunciation: /ˈrəmər
 
/

noun

  • A large drinking glass.
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    • Current stock includes a set of eight rummers, at €280 each, a delightful typically Irish perfume flask and an unusual Cork-made, double flask circa 1800.
    • In addition to bowls, rummers, water jugs and wine coolers, there are a number of rare decanters including several by the Cork Glass Company.
    • The goblet came from a local collector and the rummer from an Ashford estate and were purchased by the same private Surrey commission bidder.

Origin

mid 17th century: of Low Dutch origin; related to Dutch roemer; the original meaning is perhaps 'Roman glass'.

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