noun, plural oe·ci [ee-sahy] /ˈi saɪ/.
Origin of oecus
Examples from the Web for oecus
Opening into the rear of the peristyle on one side is the oecus , on the other a long dining room (w).
In the doors leading from the corridor to the oecus, terrified faces of slaves began to show themselves a second time.Quo Vadis|Henryk Sienkiewicz
The remains of such an oecus may be seen in the houses of Meleager and of the Labyrinth.
In the oecus, the excavation was made from which the house received its name.