a place for the care of the sick, injured, or infirm; esp., a building or room, as in a school, that serves as a hospital or dispensary
Origin of infirmaryMedieval Latin infirmaria, infirmarium ; from Classical Latin infirmus
A place for the care of the infirm, sick, or injured, especially a small hospital or dispensary in an institution.
Origin of infirmaryMiddle English infirmarie, from Medieval Latin &imacron;nfirmaria, from Latin &imacron;nfirmus, infirm; see infirm.
From Medieval Latin infirmaria, from Latin infirmus.