Phenom Definition

fēnŏm, fĭ-nŏm
phenoms
noun
A phenomenon, especially a remarkable or outstanding person.
American Heritage
One who is extremely talented, able, or skilled; specif., in sports, a young, exceptionally gifted or promising player.
Webster's New World
One who is hip and fashionable.
Wiktionary
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Other Word Forms of Phenom

Noun

Singular:
phenom
Plural:
phenoms

Origin of Phenom

  • From phenomenon (“remarkable occurrence") by shortening. First use in United States around 1890s.

    From Wiktionary

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