noun (s, pl2=cubicula)
Etymology: From Latin, cubiculum "bedroom," probably cognate with cubus "cube" or cubare "to lie down"
- A small room, especially a bedroom, typically those small rooms found on the upper floor of a Roman house.
- A small room carved out of the wall of a catacomb, used as mortuary chapels, and in Roman times, for Christian worship.
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