noun do·ma·tium \dōˈmāsh(ē)əm\

Definition of domatium



  1. :  a portion of a plant (as on or in a leaf) modified to form a chamber or other form of shelter for insects, mites, or fungi

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Origin and Etymology of domatium

New Latin, from Greek dōmation small house, bedroom, diminutive of dōma house; akin to Greek domos house — more at timber

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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