tepidarium

noun
tep·​i·​dar·​i·​um | \ ˌtepəˈda(a)rēəm\
plural tepidaria\ -​rēə \

Definition of tepidarium

: a warm room of the ancient Roman thermae used to sit in

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History and Etymology for tepidarium

Latin, from tepidus tepid + -arium

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