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sum·mum bo·num(so͝om′əm bō′nəm)
The greatest or supreme good.
[Latin : summum, neuter of summus, highest + bonum, good.]
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summum bonum(ˈsʊmʊm ˈbɒnʊm)
(Philosophy) the principle of goodness in which all moral values are included or from which they are derived; highest or supreme good
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sum•mum bo•num(ˈsʊm ʊm ˈboʊ nʊm; Eng. ˈsʌm əm ˈboʊ nəm)
the highest or chief good.
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A Latin phrase meaning the greatest good.
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