noun ro·tun·da \rō-ˈtən-də\

: a large, round room and especially one covered by a dome

Full Definition of ROTUNDA

:  a round building; especially :  one covered by a dome
a :  a large round room
b :  a large central area (as in a hotel)

Examples of ROTUNDA

  1. We stood inside the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol Building.

Origin of ROTUNDA

Italian rotonda, from Latin rotunda, feminine of rotundus
First Known Use: 1645

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