noun, plural so·lar·i·ums, so·lar·i·a [suh-lair-ee-uh, soh-] /səˈlɛər i ə, soʊ-/.
- solar year,
- solar-electric propulsion,
Origin of solarium
Examples from the Web for solarium
She boasts 125 rooms, a heated indoor pool, sauna, Turkish bath, and solarium, as well as a lounge and piano bar.
We do not see any reason for separating this genus from Solarium, except the last mentioned character.A Conchological Manual|George Brettingham Sowerby
Night was moving above her through the dome of the solarium.Captives of the Flame|Samuel R. Delany
The hall range contains the Masters lodging with a solarium above it, a door and passage leading thence to the hall.Cambridge|Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker
noun plural -lariums or -laria (-ˈlɛərɪə)
Word Origin for solarium
1891, "part of a house arranged to receive the sun's rays," earlier "sundial" (1842), from Latin solarium "sundial," also "a flat housetop," literally "that which is exposed to the sun," from sol "sun" (see sol).