noun, plural meg·a·ra [meg-er-uh] /ˈmɛg ər ə/, meg·a·rons. (in pre-Hellenic Greek architecture)
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Origin of megaron
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Example sentences from the Web for megaron
In the oldest time it was not only symbolically but actually the centre of the house, and especially of the megaron.
But if doma here be not equivalent to megaron, what room can it possibly be?
There can be little doubt that this circle indicates the position of the hearth in the centre of the megaron.
They sleep mucho domou; that is, not in a separate recess in the house, but in a recess of the great hall or megaron.