Definition of odeum in English:

odeum

Syllabification: o·de·um
Pronunciation: /ˈōdēəm
 
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noun (plural odeums or odea /ˈōdēə/)

(Especially in ancient Greece or Rome) a building used for musical performances.

Origin

from French odéum or Latin odeum, from Greek ōideion (see ode).

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