noun, plural sa·crar·i·a [suh-krair-ee-uh] /səˈkrɛər i ə/.
- sacramento mountains,
- sacramento sturgeon,
- sacre bleu,
- sacred baboon,
- sacred bamboo
Origin of sacrarium
Examples from the Web for sacrarium
Sacrarium, the part of a temple where the sacred things were deposited.The Children of Westminster Abbey|Rose G. Kingsley
Superfice (Dryden) has not put superficies, nor sacrary (Hacket) sacrarium, nor limbeck alembic, out of use.English Past and Present|Richard Chevenix Trench
Alt′ar-rails, rails separating the sacrarium from the rest of the chancel.
Yet it really has a genuine claim to its motto: Sacrarium regis, cunabula legis.Through East Anglia in a Motor Car|J. E. (James Edmund) Vincent
In the sacrarium is a small brass, showing a kneeling figure and an armorial shield, dedicated to George Littlebury, 1612.A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'|Alfred Gatty