Definitions for magna cum laudeˈmɑg nə kʊm ˈlaʊ deɪ, -də, -di; ˈmæg nə kʌm ˈlɔ di

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

mag•na cum lau•deˈmɑg nə kʊm ˈlaʊ deɪ, -də, -di; ˈmæg nə kʌm ˈlɔ di(adv.)

  1. with great praise: used in diplomas to designate the next-to-highest of three honors for grades above the average.

    Category: Education

    Ref: Compare cum laude , summa cum laude.

Origin of magna cum laude:

1895–1900; < L

Princeton's WordNet

  1. magna cum laude(adverb)

    with high honor; with high academic distinction

    "a magna cum laude graduate"

  2. magna cum laude(adverb)

    with high honor

    "he graduated magna cum laude"


  1. magna cum laude(Adverb)

    "With great praise"; an honor added to a diploma or degree for work considered to be of much higher quality than average.


  1. Magna Cum Laude

    Magna Cum Laude is a musical group.


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