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solatium

noun so·la·ti·um \sō-ˈlā-shē-əm\
plural -tia \-shē-ə\

Definition of SOLATIUM

:  a compensation (as money) given as solace for suffering, loss, or injured feelings

Origin of SOLATIUM

Late Latin solacium, solatium, from Latin, solace
First Known Use: 1817

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