solarium n : a room enclosed largely with glass and affording exposure to the sun [syn: sun parlor, sun parlour, sun porch, sunroom, sun lounge] [also: solaria (pl)]
- a UK /ˈsɒl.eə(ɹ).iː.ʌm/|/ˈsəl.eə(ɹ).iː.ʌm/; /"sQl.e@(r).i:.Vm/|/"firstname.lastname@example.org@(r).i:.Vm/
The word solarium (plural solariums or solaria) is Latin and from the Latin word sol, meaning sun, may connote a terrace or flat housetop. The Solarium Augusti, the largest sundial the world has known, was erected in Rome by Emperor Augustus, with an Egyptian obelisk as a gnomon.
In modern culture, solarium has several meanings:
solarium in Danish: Solarium