noun, plural hos·pi·ti·a [ho-spish-ee-uh]. /hɒˈspɪʃ i ə/.
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Origin of hospitium
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Example sentences from the Web for hospitium
"Thou hast begun well, brother Martin," said Ginepro, when they could first speak to each other in the hospitium.
But natheless the hospitium is open to you as to all, whether gentle or simple, lay folk or clerks.
The two travelers had dinner at the monk's hospitium, Nigel at the high table and Aylward among the commonalty.Sir Nigel|Arthur Conan Doyle
In the Vennel (alley or small street) some ruins remain of the maison dieu, or hospitium, founded in 1256 by William of Brechin.
Illic hirundo, a sua peregrinatione reversa, sub trabe nidi lutabat hospitium.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer