Definition of schola
scholae\-ˌlē, -ˌlī\ also
1a : an ancient Roman school b : a private room in an ancient Roman residence c : a lecture hall or meeting room (as of a guild or corporation)
2 [Late Latin, from Latin] : an ancient Roman association of persons (as military men) sharing a common interest or profession
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