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armarium

[ ahr-mair-ee-uhm ]

noun

, plural ar·mar·i·a [ahr-, mair, -ee-, uh].


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Word History and Origins

Origin of armarium1

From Latin: “cupboard, safe,” equivalent to arm(a) “weapons, tools” + -ārium -arium

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Example Sentences

Cum halpardis quasi per ludum aperirent armarium idolorum, unumque idolum educerent.

Unlike the Unguentum Armarium, however, its composition was simple.

As he had charge of the armarium or press for storing books, he was also sometimes styled armarius.

Cantor habebit cathedram suam ante armarium in claustro stantem et carulam suam iuxta desuper lapidem inter columpnas.

"Armarium" was to called because it was originally a place for keeping arms.

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