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tepidarium Line breaks: tep¦id|ar¦ium
Pronunciation: /ˌtɛpɪˈdɛːrɪəm/

Definition of tepidarium in English:

noun (plural tepidaria ˌtɛpɪˈdɛːrɪə)

A warm room in an ancient Roman bath.
Example sentences
  • After this, the visitor would return to the tepidarium and then to frigidarium to cool down.
  • The Romans and Turks knew all about the value of time spent in the baths, working your way slowly through the frigidarium and tepidarium.

Origin

Latin.

Words that rhyme with tepidarium

aquarium, armamentarium, barium, caldarium, cinerarium, columbarium, dolphinarium, frigidarium, herbarium, honorarium, planetarium, rosarium, sanitarium, solarium, sudarium, terrarium, vivarium

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