— a public building in which there are baths, steam rooms, etc.
— an area where people live that is outside the centre of a city.
— the most important town or city of a country or region, where the government operates from.
— shared by, or for the use of, a number of people, especially people who live together.
— a fixed form of prayers and actions used in public worship in some religions, especially Christianity.
— connected with ordinary people in society in general.
— a person who makes sculptures.
— a strong heavy rough material used for making tents, sails, etc. and by artists for painting on.
— to make something seem larger, better, worse or more important than it really is.
— the belief that particular events happen in a way that cannot be explained by reason or science; the belief that particular events bring good or bad luck.
— all the people living together in a house or flat.
— of, forming, or resembling the Roman imperial bodyguard.