Pro"em (?), n. [L. prooemium, Gr. ; before + way, course or strain of a song: cf. F. proeme.]

Preface; introduction; preliminary observations; prelude.

Thus much may serve by way of proem. Swift.

 

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Pro"em, v. t.

To preface.

[Obs.]

South.

 

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