Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a vaulted or arched recess in a room-wall, formerly esp. one for a bed. [Arabic al-kubba, the vault].
|having an alcove.
|a room before, or forming an entrance to, another; a waiting room.
|the great hall or throne-room of an ancient Persian palace.
|any room in a building, usually one of several forming a suite, esp. one that is spacious and well furnished and used as living accommodation, offices, etc.
|a set of rooms in a house for an individual or a family.
|an artist's studio or workshop.
|of or pertaining to an ATRIUM, a square hall lighted from above, into which rooms open at one or more levels.
|a square hall lighted from above, into which rooms open at one or more levels > ATRIUMS or ATRIA.
|a space or room within the roof of a house.
|the part of a theatre, lecture-hall, or other public building occupied by the audience > AUDITORIUMS or AUDITORIA.
|a hall > AULAS.
|a room at the back.
|a room in which drinks are served, forming part of a public house.
|a room containing a bath.
|a room containing a bed.
|having a bedroom.
|as in bedsitting room, a one-room apartment.
|a beer cellar.
|a room where the board of directors of a company meets.
|a lady's private room.
|a room in which boxes, trunks, etc., are stored.
|the butler's pantry.
|a storeroom for provisions and liquors; (adj.) like or containing butter > BUTTERIER, BUTTERIEST.
|a side or private room.
|a large room designed for use as both a cafe and an auditorium.
|a hot room in a Roman bath-house > CALDARIA. Cf. FRIGIDARIUM, TEPIDARIUM.
|a monastery sitting room.
|carol carrel carrell
|a desk or alcove in a library for private study.
|a room below ground-level; (verb) to store in a cellar.
|the space or storerooms of a cellar; a cellar.
|the room where the Last Supper was eaten; a clique or circle, especially of writers. [L. cenaculum, dining-room].
|a meeting hall, esp. one used for a legislative or judicial assembly; a reception room or audience room in an official residence, palace, etc; (verb) to place in a chamber.
|a room where corpses are placed.
|a room or building in which male farm-workers sleep.
|a cloakroom, a luggage room.
|a room in which children are confined, nominally for purposes of instruction.
|a room in which coats etc. are stored.
|a room in a clubhouse.
|a small room just under the roof.
|a room for cookery; a kitchen; the galley or caboose of a ship.
|a sleeping-berth on a continental train.
|a snug enclosed place.
|a small enclosed space or room.
|a partially or totally enclosed section of a room, as in a dormitory.
|a cubicle > CUBICULA.
|an alcove or other part of a room or kitchen set apart for meals.
|(NZ) an informal tea-room in a factory.
|a sleeping room, or a building containing a series of sleeping rooms.
|a room, such as a bathroom, adjoining another room.
|a large room in a theatre or concert hall for the use of the audience during intervals.
|the room in Roman baths containing the final, cold, bath > FRIGIDARIA.
|a chamber for storing clothes; a private chamber, a privy.
|a room just under the roof of a house; attic.
|provided with garrets; lodged in a garret.
|the retiring room of actors and actresses in a theater.
|a room where grills are prepared.
|a retreat for times of ill humor.
|a room having the same function as a guardhouse.
|a room for storing guns.
|the women's apartments in a household; any room or building set aside for women esp. in ancient Greece or Rome > GYNAECEA or GYNAECEUMS; GYNAECIA or GYNAECIUMS.
|a room serving as an entry area in a house or building.
|a hall or corridor.
|the classroom where pupils assemble before classes.
|room or place in a house; as, to give any one houseroom.
|a room equipped for preparing food; (verb) to entertain in a kitchen, provide with food.
|a small kitchen.
|a public hall or room, for the use of visitors at watering places and health resorts in Germany.
|a room or cupboard, used as a store for food.
|a room or corridor used as an entrance hall, vestibule, etc; (verb) to seek to influence (members of a house of legislature) in the exercise of legislative functions.
|a room for conversation.
|a living room in a private house; (verb) to sit, lie etc. in a relaxed manner.
|a room where lunch is served.
|a room where mail is sorted.
|a subterranean repository for wheat.
|the central hall of an ancient Greek, esp. Mycenaean, house > MEGARA or MEGARONS.
|a room for shedding muddy clothing or footwear.
|having many rooms.
|a room in a harem.
|a small room or a cupboard in which provisions, crockery, cutlery, table linen, etc., are kept.
|orig., a private room set apart for conversation or conference in any large or public building. Later, a sitting-room in a private house.
|a room in a house set aside for children's play.
|a room for reporters.
|a room where proofs are set up.
|the dining-hall of a monastery or other institution.
|a room set aside for rest.
|a sleeping-compartment in a train.
|a room where saddles and harness are kept.
|a room in a large house in which guests are received.
|a large room or hall used for meetings, exhibitions, etc., esp. in a hotel or public building.
|a sacred place; a very private room > SANCTA or SANCTUMS.
|a writing room, especially of scribes in medieval monastery > SCRIPTORIA.
|a small kitchen.
|the portion of a Turkish house reserved for men.
|a basement partly above ground, as in a house built on a slope.
|a room or rooms adjoining a dining-room, from which the food is served.
|a room to which a person who is ill is confined.
|(Afrikaans) a sitting-room.
|a cosy room, a corner; (verb) to lie close.
|a snug cozy place; especially a small room.
|solar soler sollar soller
|an upper room, a garret.
|a sun-room > SOLARIA.
|in a library, a room where books are kept in stacks.
|a room in a school set aside as a sanctuary for the teaching staff.
|a private cabin or room on a ship, train, etc; a large room in a palace or other building for use on state occasions.
|a room for distilling.
|a room where goods are kept.
|a room in which things are stored.
|a room in which an artist, photographer, or musician works; a room used to record television or radio programmes, make films, etc.
|a room set aside for study.
|a subdivision of a cellar.
|a sweat room in a bath > SUDATORIA or SUDATORIUMS.
|a room for taking the sun.
|tallat tallet tallot
|in the West of England, a loft.
|a room where liquors are kept on tap; a barroom.
|a warm room between the hot and cold rooms of a Roman bath > TEPIDARIA.
|a small alcove in a Japanese house.
|an underground room or vault, esp under a church; crypt.
|a robing-room; a cloakroom; (adj.) of or relating to clothes.
|of or pertaining to a VESTIBULE; like a vestibule.
|an entrance-hall; (verb) to provide (a railway carriage) with vestibules; link by means of vestibules.
|having a vestibule.
|(Afrikaans) a front room, esp. of a farmhouse.
|quarters for a ship's officers.
|a room in which goods are stored or exhibited for sale.
|a room, esp. in a factory or office block, in which lavatories, washbasins, etc., are situated; (U.S. and Canadian) a euphemism for lavatory.
|a room in which work, usually manual labour, is done; a room in a house set aside for a hobby, such as sewing.