Definitions for "Decorum"
Propriety of manner or conduct; grace arising from suitableness of speech and behavior to one's own character, or to the place and occasion; decency of conduct; seemliness; that which is seemly or suitable.
A standard of appropriateness drawn from classical models and nature. Often equated with social custom, good sense and reason. Also associated with propriety, good taste, and manners.
Proper order, etiquette and conduct of members during a floor session.
(dee· core· em) means "good manners," in this case, a more formal and dignified service. Mechitzah (meh·*chee· tsa/ dvign ) is the separation that divides the men's and women's sections of a traditional synagogue. It was originally derived from the women's "court" in the Temple in Jerusalem.
de cor'um code of good form
In order to remind the delegates that they are diplomats and should act as such, chairs and directors often call out "decorum, delegates" when them is too much unnecessary noise in the room.