American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An indoor swimming pool.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A swimming-school; a place for swimming.
- n. US A swimming pool, especially an indoor one.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A swimming bath.
- n. pool that provides a facility for swimming
- From Late Latin natatorium, noun use of the neuter singular of Latin natatorius ‘natatory, for swimming’. (Wiktionary)
- Late Latin natātōrium, place for swimming, from neuter of Latin natātōrius, of swimming, from natātus, act of swimming, from past participle of natāre, frequentative of nāre, to swim; see natatorial. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Third, the municipal indoor pool, called a natatorium, had been closed during my junior high and high school years.”
“The natatorium is a big part of Waikiki's great history, and putting it to such a worthwhile use would be a fine way of respecting those fallen soldiers whom it is meant to honor, providing a superb historic document and promoting Hawaiian music and dance, and Hawaii itself, all in one beautiful package.”
“Ira Montgomery An amenity-filled home on Dallas's Turtle Creek In Dallas, Braden Power, a developer of apartment complexes, spent more than seven years designing and building his dream house: an 8,500-square-foot showpiece with contemporary, traditional and Moorish influences that opens to a central "natatorium," a double-height entrance courtyard with marble floors, two fireplaces, a mezzanine balcony and a central fountain and reflecting pool deep enough to swim in.”
“In addition to the sports stadiums, there will be training facilities for Iraqi athletes - including a full natatorium, a velodrome, and three smaller arenas for gymnastics, fencing and other indoor sports.”
“Realestalker notes that the Weintraubs seem to have built "their own version of Hearst Castle on the bluffs of the Bu," complete with a pool house similar in opulence to the Hearst Castle's natatorium: "a palatial Greek Revival style natatorium/pool house with marble pilasters, walls encrusted with more than 500,000 seashells, six glittery crystal chandeliers, and a glass ceiling.”
“When the couple asked the gym for the discounted family rate, they were told that the natatorium did not recognize their family because they were a gay couple.”
“If you aren't yet sold, the renter also gets a "natatorium that has a pool, glass ceilings and walls lined with more than 500,000 seashells.”
“There's also a guest house, carriage house, a boat house and a natatorium.”
“The natatorium includes an Italian glass-tile pool and a kitchen.”
“Their voices mixed with the echoes of the crowd in the natatorium.”
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