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bouleuterion

[ boo-loo-teer-ee-on, bool-yoo- ]
/ ˌbu luˈtɪər iˌɒn, ˌbul yu- /
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noun, plural bou·leu·te·ri·a [boo-loo-teer-ee-uh, bool-yoo-]. /ˌbu luˈtɪər i ə, ˌbul yu-/.

a council chamber in ancient Greece.

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Origin of bouleuterion

<Greek, equivalent to bouleú(ein) to deliberate + -tērion noun suffix of place
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