marsupium


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Related to marsupium: Pterocarpus marsupium, Eskimo Roll, glochidia

mar·su·pi·um

(mar-sū'pē-ŭm),
1. Synonym(s): scrotum
2. Obsolete. A pouch or sac; for example, in marsupials.
[L. pouch]

marsupium

(mär-so͞o′pē-əm)
n. pl. marsu·pia (-pē-ə)
1. An external pouch or fold on the abdomen of most female marsupials, containing the mammary glands and in which the young continue to develop after leaving the uterus.
2. A temporary pouch in certain fishes, amphibians, and invertebrates in which eggs are carried until hatched. Also called brood pouch.

marsupium

(1) An obsolete synonym for scrotum.
(2) The pouch of marsupials.

marsupium

the pouch of a MARSUPIAL mammal.

marsupium

pl. marsupia [L.] pouch; the scrotum.
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