impluvium

[im-ploo-vee-uh m]
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noun, plural im·plu·vi·a [im-ploo-vee-uh] /ɪmˈplu vi ə/.

a basin or tank within a compluvium.

Origin of impluvium

1805–15; < Latin, equivalent to impluv-, base of impluere to rain (upon, into) (im- im-1 + pluere to rain; cf. pluvial) + -ium -ium
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