refectory


re·fec·to·ry

noun \ri-ˈfek-t(ə-)rē\

: a large room where meals are served at a place (such as a seminary or monastery) where many people live

plural re·fec·to·ries

Full Definition of REFECTORY

:  a dining hall (as in a monastery or college)

Origin of REFECTORY

Middle English, from Anglo-French refectorie, from Late Latin refectorium, from Latin reficere
First Known Use: 15th century

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