noun, plural cel·lae [sel-ee] /ˈsɛl i/. Architecture.
Origin of cella
Examples from the Web for cella
Inside were three small rooms, entered by separate doors from the cella.Pompeii, Its Life and Art|August Mau
An alteration peculiarly Roman was made in the cella of the Greek temple.Old Rome|Robert Burn
The building was also given 94 a vaulted roof, which covered the cella alone.
An hour afterwards the marquis came in and was surprised to notice that Julien spelt cela with two "ll" cella.The Red and the Black|Stendhal
In the cella, and also in the chamber behind, there were columns.Architecture|Thomas Roger Smith