noun, plural cis·ter·nae [si-stur-nee] /sɪˈstɜr ni/. Anatomy.
Origin of cisterna
Related formscis·ter·nal, adjective
Examples from the Web for cisterna
Cisterna di Roma, a dozen kilometres further on, is a typical hill top town overlooking the Pontine Marshes below.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car|Francis Miltoun
Long days of rowing on the lake of Albano, and boar-hunting at Cisterna, made him strong and active.The Red True Story Book|Various
And you expect to keep your children alive if you send them to Cisterna?Alone|Norman Douglas