A silver candelabrum.
nounpl. can·de·la·bra or can·de·la·brums
A candleholder, especially a large or ornate one with several arms or branches.
Origin of candelabrumLatin candēlābrum, candlestick, from candēla, candle; see candle.
- Candelabra is much more common as the plural of candelabrum than candelabrums.
From Latin candēlābrum (“candlestick”), from candēla (“candle”).