from Latin cēnātiōnem dining-room;
etymologically, noun of action from cēnāre to dine, sup
1599 - Gabelhouer's Boock of Physicke, A.M.;
see Example below
From: The Boock of Physicke
By Oswaldus Gabelhouer
Translated out of High-duche by Doctour Charles Battus
Translated out of Low-duche into English by A. M.
For the Corroboratione of the Memorye.