noun, plural bap·tis·ter·ies.
- baptismal name,
- baptismal regeneration,
Origin of baptistery
Examples from the Web for baptistery
The first chapel is the Baptistery, containing the font and a modern statue of the boy Baptist.
The present pavement was laid down in 1880, when some inscriptions of the Euphrasian period were removed to the baptistery.
In the forenoon we visited the cathedral, the baptistery and the Boboli gardens.Louis Spohr's Autobiography|Louis Spohr
This baptistery is built of red and gray marble, and is one of the finest in Italy.Text Books of Art Education, Book IV (of 7)|Hugo B. Froehlich
The baptistery is accessible by steps both from the basilica and the narthex.