noun, plural per·i·sty·li·a [per-uh-stahy-lee-uh, -stil-ee-uh] /ˌpɛr əˈstaɪ li ə, -ˈstɪl i ə/.
Origin of peristylium
Examples from the Web for peristylium
The Greek bowed his farewells, then followed the boy back through the court of the peristylium.
And the door, beaten from its fastenings by a mighty stroke, tumbled inward on to the mosaic pavement of the peristylium.
Mamercus heard a rush down one of the passages leading to the peristylium.
Besides, he is there only while he is asleep; for the rest he has his atrium and his peristylium.Roman Women|Alfred Brittain
The Agonothetai employed him to paint a wrestler or champion, to adorn the peristylium of the Gymnasia.The Scrap Book. Volume 1, No. 2|Various