plural noun Ed·u·ca·bil·ia \ˌejəkəˈbilyə, -lēə\

Definition of Educabilia

in former classifications

  1. :  a superorder of placental mammals having the large cerebrum overlapping the cerebellum and optic lobes and including the higher mammals (such as the Primates, Carnivora, and Ungulata)



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Origin and Etymology of educabilia

New Latin, from Latin educare to bring up, rear, educate + -abilia (neuter plural of -abilis -able) — more at educate

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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