noun, plural o·de·a [oh-dee-uh] /oʊˈdi ə/.
Origin of odeum
Examples from the Web for odeum
It was jestingly said that the model for the Odeum was from his own head.Philothea|Lydia Maria Child
I will repair the old Odeum—they have made a cowhouse of it—and when we sing there the monks may come and listen!Serapis, Complete|Georg Ebers
The odeum was much smaller than the theatre, and it was roofed over.
The Odeum of Pericles was built in imitation of the tent of Xerxes.
Another proposes that the palace shall be built on the side of the Acropolis towards the sea, near the Odeum.
noun plural odea (ˈəʊdɪə)
Word Origin for odeum
"concert hall," c.1600, from Latin odeum, from Greek odeion, the name of a public building in Athens designed for musical performances, from oide "song" (see ode).