A book containing models of good penmanship; used in teaching penmanship.
notebook / noʊtbʊk /
A book for notes or memoranda
A book with blank pages for recording notes or memoranda.
tome / toʊm /
ETYM French tome (cf. Italian, Spanish, and Portu. tomo), Latin tomus, from Greek temnein a piece cut off, a part of a book, a volume. Related to Anatomy, Atom, Entomology, Epitome.
A (usually) large and scholarly book.
ETYM French, from Latin volumen a roll of writing, a book, volume, from volvere, volutum, to roll. Related to Voluble.
In geometry, the space occupied by a three-dimensional solid object. A prism (such as a cube) or a cylinder has a volume equal to the area of the base multiplied by the height. For a pyramid or cone, the volume is equal to one-third of the area of the base multiplied by the perpendicular height. The volume of a sphere is equal to 4/3 x pr3, where r is the radius. Volumes of irregular solids may be calculated by the technique of integration.
1. A publication that is one of a set of several similar publications.
2. A relative amount.
3. The amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object.
4. The magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction); SYN. loudness, intensity.