[puh-ley-shee-uh m, -shuh m; Latin pah-lah-tee-oo m]
- a palace, especially the palace of an ancient Roman emperor.
Origin of palatium
From the Latin word palātium
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Examples from the Web for palatium
I am now fully convinced that the name has nothing to do with Palatium.
I seem, when I wrote my paper of first impressions, to have had no doubt as to the received derivation from Palatium.
Regina uero uultu sereno conceptum scelus pallians, intrauit in palatium, ut tam regem Offanum quam regem lbertum exhilararet.Beowulf
R. W. Chambers
Art thou nothing daunted by the nightly watch, posted to secure the Palatium?Museum of Antiquity
L. W. Yaggy
The melodious strain soared up from the temple of Saturn to the towering Palatium beyond.Quintus Claudius, Volume 2 of 2