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odeum

[ oh-dee-uhm ]
/ oʊˈdi əm /
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noun, plural o·de·a [oh-dee-uh]. /oʊˈdi ə/.

a hall, theater, or other structure for musical or dramatic performances.
(in ancient Greece and Rome) a roofed building for musical performances.

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Origin of odeum

1595–1605; <ōdēum music hall <Greek ōideîon, equivalent to ōid() song, ode + -eion suffix denoting place
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British Dictionary definitions for odeum

odeum
/ (ˈəʊdɪəm) /

noun plural odea (ˈəʊdɪə)

(esp in ancient Greece and Rome) a building for musical performancesAlso called: odeon

Word Origin for odeum

C17: from Latin, from Greek ōideion, from ōidē ode
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