32 + -mo
32mo (usually uncountable, plural 32mos)
- (paper) Abbreviation of thirty-twomo; a size of paper cut from standard uncut free sheets, corresponding to such a sheet folded into thirty-two leaves, yielding sixty-four pages when printed on both sides. Page size is dependent on the size of sheet used, with the largest standard size, Atlas (36" by 26") yielding a page size of 6-1/2" by 4-1/2".
- (printing) A book with leaves of such size, about the size of a contemporary trade paperback.
- As seen in and based upon calculation derived from 'Some Notes on Books and Printing: A Guide for Authors and Others' by Charles T. Jacobi, published by Chiswick Press: Charles Wittingham and Company, Tooks Court, Chancery Lane, London, October, 1892, digitized from the Stanford Library collection by Google Books and available online from same.