- Modicum is defined as a small amount.
An example of modicum is a sprinkle of cheese.
Origin: L Middle English from L, neuter of modicus, moderate from modus: see mode
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noun pl. mod·i·cums or mod·i·ca
Origin: Middle English, from Latin, from neuter of modicus, moderate, from modus, measure; see med- in Indo-European roots.
modicum - Computer Definition
A small amount.
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