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Word of the Day 6/26/14 Vade Mecum

Vade Mecum (noun)
va·de me·cum [vey-dee mee-kuhm, vah-]


noun plural va·de me·cums.
1. something a person carries about for frequent or regular use.
2. a book for ready reference; manual; handbook.

Origin: 1620–30; < Latin vāde mēcum literally, go with me

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