[ tuh-roh-muh, te- ]
/ təˈroʊ mə, tɛ- /

noun, plural pte·ro·ma·ta [tuh-roh-muh-tuh, te-] /təˈroʊ mə tə, tɛ-/.

Origin of pteroma

< Latin pterōma < Greek ptérōma Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for pteroma

  • The floor of the pteroma of the great temple at Olympia was of a pebble cement, the small inner staircases of wood.

    History of Ancient Art|Franz von Reber
  • By them a passage was formed around the cella, the pteroma, the ceiling of which was most richly decorated with cofferings.

    History of Ancient Art|Franz von Reber
  • When the whole flat surface forming the floor of the passageway (see Pteroma) is considered, the word stereobate is employed.