Definition of Natatorium

1. Noun. Pool that provides a facility for swimming. "`swimming bath' is a British term"

Exact synonyms: Swimming Bath, Swimming Pool
Generic synonyms: Athletic Facility, Pool
Group relationships: Lido



Definition of Natatorium

1. n. A swimming bath.

Definition of Natatorium

1. Noun. (American English) A swimming pool, especially indoors. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Natatorium

1. [n -RIA or -RIUMS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Natatorium

nataloin
nataloins
natals
natalyite
natamycin
natanite
natant
natantly
natation
natations
natator
natatores
natatoria
natatorial
natatorious
natatorium (current term)
natatoriums
natators
natatory
natch
natches
natchez
natchnee
nateglinide
nates
nath
natheless
nathemo
nather
nathless

Literary usage of Natatorium

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1. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville: The Version of the Cotton Manuscript in by John Mandeville, Willem van Ruysbroeck, Odorico (1905)
"... and of natatorium Siloe AND from the church oí the sepulchre, toward the east, at eight score paces, is Templum Domini. It is right a fair house, ..."

2. The Souvenir of Western Women by Mary Osborn Douthit (1905)
"THE natatorium, BOISE, IDAHO This handsome building is after the design of an ancient Moorish structure, and is surrounded by beautiful grounds. ..."

3. Report by New Hampshire Bureau of Labor, Montana (1900)
"... natatorium— HKI.KNA. rounding both buildings are everything that could be desired. This resort is located two and a half miles west of the city, ..."

4. The Voiage and Travayle of Sir John Maundeville Kt.: Which Treateth of the by John Mandeville (1883)
"And of natatorium Siloe. AND fro the Chirche of the Sepulcre, toward the Est, at 160 Paas, is Templum Domini. It is right a feir Hows, and it is alle round, ..."

5. The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile, Kt.: Which Treateth of the by John Mandeville (1883)
"And of natatorium Siloe. AXD fro the Chirche of the Sepulcre, toward the Est, at 160 Paas, is Templum Domini. It is right a feir Hows, and it is alle round, ..."

6. Sanitary Code, 1911: With Amendments and Additions Up to and Including July by Chicago (Ill.). (1916)
"It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to engage in the business of carrying on or conducting a natatorium or swimming pool, ..."

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