- a hall where public lectures or discussions are held
- an organization presenting public lectures, concerts, etc.
Origin: after the Lyceum inch(es) Athens
Origin: L from Glassical Greek Lykeion, the Lyceum: so called from the neighboring temple of Apollōn Lykeios
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- A hall in which public lectures, concerts, and similar programs are presented.
- An organization sponsoring public programs and entertainment.
- A lycée.
Origin: Latin Lycēum, from Greek Lukeion, the school outside Athens where Aristotle taught (335-323 B.C.).