Definitions

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  • n. rose-garden

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A rose-garden.

Etymologies

Latin (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The rosary, the favored prayer of Heaven's Queen, comes from the Latin word rosarium or "rose garden."

    Mt. Carmel Novena, Day 6: "The Mystical Rose"

  • According to Merriam - Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, the word rosary is derived from the Latin word rosarium, meaning rose garden, and has been a form of prayer - traditionally said with the aid of beads, since before the time of the Reformation.

    Camy's Loft

  • Rhenique nodos aureamque nitellam; fragravit ore quod rosarium Paesti, quod Atticarum prima mella cerarum, quod sucinorum rapta de manu gleba; cui conparatus indecens erat pavo, inamabilis sciurus et frequens phoenix, adhuc recenti tepet Erotion busto, quam pessimorum lex amara fatorum sexta peregit hieme, nec tamen tota, nostros amores gaudiumque lususque.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • Corona or chaplet suggests the same idea as rosarium.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Rhenique nodos aureamque nitellam; 35 fragrauit ore, quod rosarium Paesti, quod Atticarum prima mella cerarum, quod sucinorum rapta de manu gleba; cui comparatus indecens erat pauo, inamabilis sciurus et frequens phoenix: 40 adhuc recenti tepet Erotion busto, quam pessimorum lex amara fatorum sexta peregit hieme, nec tamen tota, nostros amores gaudiumque lususque. et esse tristem me meus uetat Paetus, 45 pectusque pulsans pariter et comam uellens:

    In Memoriam

  • Each of Descanso's featured artists has been invited to bring 6 rose-themed paintings for display … and many of us will also be in the rosarium painting in the garden.

    The Creative Journey

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