xenium (plural xenia)
- A gift or offering.
- 1872, Mackenzie Edward C. Walcott, Traditions and customs of cathedrals (page 136)
- At Rochester the Bishop received a xenium or pension on St. Andrew's Day from the convent.
From Ancient Greek ξένιον (xénion)
- (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈkse.ni.um/, [ˈksɛ.ni.ũ]
xenium n (genitive xeniī); second declension
- a present, gift, especially one for a host or vice-versa.