Can`de*la"brum (?) n.; pl. L. Candelabra (#), E. Candelabrums (#). [L., fr. candela candle. See candle.]

1. Antiq. (a)

A lamp stand of any sort.

(b)

A highly ornamented stand of marble or other ponderous material, usually having three feet, -- frequently a votive offering to a temple.

2.

A large candlestick, having several branches.

 

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