Definition of Proscholium in English:

Proscholium

noun

University
  • An entrance hall in the Bodleian Library in Oxford, constructed as a vestibule to the Divinity School.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Richard Brathwait (?1588–1673), poet and writer. From post-classical Latin proscholium vestibule of a lecture hall from ancient Greek προ- + classical Latin schola + -ium.

Pronunciation

Proscholium

/prəʊˈskəʊlɪəm/