Definition of Lazaret. Meaning of Lazaret. Synonyms of Lazaret

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Definition of Lazaret

Lazaret
Lazaret Laz`a*ret", Lazaretto Laz`a*ret"to, n. [F. lazaret, or It. lazzeretto, fr. Lazarus. See Lazar.] A public building, hospital, or pesthouse for the reception of diseased persons, particularly those affected with contagious diseases.
Lazaret
Lazaret Laz`a*ret", Lazaretto Laz`a*ret"to . (Naut.) Note: (Pronounced by seamen ?) A low space under the after part of the main deck, used as a storeroom.

Meaning of Lazaret from wikipedia

- lazaretto /ˌlæzəˈrɛtoʊ/ or lazaret (from Italian: lazzaretto [laddzaˈretto]) is a quarantine station for maritime travellers. Lazarets can be ships permanently...
- sheltered waters for swimming. Peel Island operated as a lazaret from 1907–1959. The Peel Island lazaret is important to Queensland history because of its social...
- Lazaret Meljine is a fortress and a military hospital built by the Venetians in 1732 near the town of Herceg Novi (Montenegro) in the village of Meljine...
- Fantome Island Lock Hospital and Lazaret Sites is a heritage-listed former leper colony at Fantome Island, one of the Palm Island group in the Aboriginal...
- Domaine du Vieux Lazaret is a vineyard spanning over 250 acres (1.0 km2) in the Rhône Valley in southern France. It was originally the site of a Lazarist...
- Lazaret is a district in Sibiu, Romania. It is located in the eastern part of the city. On the current location of the train station, there was a small...
- The Grotte du Lazaret (English: Cave of Le Lazaret) is an archaeological cave site of prehistoric human occupation study, situated in the eastern suburbs...
- Lazaret is a northern suburb of Niamey, Niger. It is best known historically for its refugee camp with many Tuareg people. The camp became the largest...
- preventive measures comes from Reggio/Modena in 1374. Venice founded the first lazaret (on a small island adjoining the city) in 1403. In 1467 Genoa followed...
- quarantine, at islands outside of M****ille harbour. The criteria for the lazarets were ventilation (to drive off what was thought to be the miasma of disease)...
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