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salutatorium

[ suh-loo-tuh-tawr-ee-uhm, -tohr- ]
/ s蓹藢lu t蓹藞t蓴r i 蓹m, -藞to蕣r- /
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noun, plural sa路lu路ta路to路ri路a [suh-loo-tuh-tawr-ee-uh, -tohr-]. /s蓹藢lu t蓹藞t蓴r i 蓹, -藞to蕣r-/.
a porch or room in a monastery or church serving as a meeting or almsgiving place for monks or priests and the laity.
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Origin of salutatorium

1650鈥60; <Medieval Latin sal奴t膩t艒rium, noun use of neuter of sal奴t膩t艒riussalutatory
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