ecesis


ece·sis

noun \i-ˈsē-səs, -ˈkē-\

Definition of ECESIS

:  the establishment of a plant or animal in a new habitat

Origin of ECESIS

New Latin, from Greek oikēsis inhabitation, from oikein to inhabit — more at ecumenical
First Known Use: circa 1904

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