• IPA: /ˈælbəm/

album (plural albums)

  1. A book specially designed to keep photographs, stamps, or autographs.
  2. A collection, especially of literary items
    • 1965, American Philological Association, Transactions and Proceedings (Press of Case Western Reserve University), volume 96, page 364 ↗
      This mixture was to be effected either by drawing the juries partly from the senate (of about 300 members), partly from an album of 300 equites (Plut. CG 5.2, Comp. 2.1), or by adlecting 600 equites into the senate and drawing the juries from this new senatorial order (Liv. Per. 60).
  3. A phonograph record that is composed of several tracks
  4. A jacket or cover for such a phonograph record.
  5. A group of audio recordings, on any medium, intended for distribution as a group.
  6. (historical) In Ancient Rome, a white tablet or register on which the praetor's edicts and other public notices were recorded.
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