Definitions for volumed
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
vol•umeˈvɒl yum, -yəm(n.)
the amount of space, measured in cubic units, that an object or substance occupies. the measured amount that a container or other object can hold; cubic capacity.
a mass or quantity, esp. a large quantity, of something:
a volume of mail.
the volume of sales.
the degree of sound intensity or audibility; loudness:
to turn up the volume on a radio.
fullness or quantity of tone.
a book, esp. as a separately bound portion of a larger work, or as one of a series of works.
Category: Library Science
a set of issues of a periodical, often covering one year.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Library Science
a roll of papyrus, parchment, etc.; scroll.
Category: Ancient History
Idioms for volume:
speak volumes, to be expressive or full of meaning.
Origin of volume:
1350–1400; < MF < L volūmen roll (of sheets), der. of volvere to roll
(often used in combination) consisting of or having a given number or kind of volumes
"the poet's volumed works"; "a two-volumed history"; "multi-volumed encyclopedias"; "large-volumed editions"
formed or rising in rounded masses
"gasping with the volumed smoke"
furnished with volumes
"a large room volumed with ancient books"
Having volume, or bulk; massive.
Having the form of a volume, or roil.
where the volumed cataract doth roll uE000652422uE001 Byron.
having the form of a volume, or roil; as, volumed mist
having volume, or bulk; massive; great