apodyterium

noun
ap·o·dy·te·ri·um | \ ˌapəˌdīˈtirēəm \
plural apodyteria\-rēə \

Definition of apodyterium 

: a dressing room in an ancient Greek or Roman bath or palaestra

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History and Etymology for apodyterium

Latin, from Greek apodytērion, from apodyein to strip off, from apo- + dyein to dive in, put on (clothes)

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