Definition of almariol in English:

almariol

Pronunciation /alˈmarɪəl/

noun

(also almariole)
historical, rare
  • A small cupboard or cabinet used for storing ecclesiastical vestments.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Thomas Smith (1766–1833), printmaker and draughtsman. From post-classical Latin almariolum small cupboard or chest, alteration (after almarium) of classical Latin armāriolum.