Etymology
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solarium (n.)

1891, "part of a house arranged to receive the sun's rays," earlier "sundial" (1842), from Latin solarium "sundial," also "a flat housetop," literally "that which is exposed to the sun," from sol "the sun" (from PIE root *sawel- "the sun").

updated on May 26, 2017

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Definitions of solarium from WordNet

solarium (n.)
a room enclosed largely with glass and affording exposure to the sun;
Synonyms: sun parlor / sun parlour / sun porch / sunporch / sunroom / sun lounge
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