fumatorium

noun fu·ma·to·ri·um \ˌfyüməˈtōrēəm\

Definition of fumatorium

plural

-s

  1. :  an airtight compartment in which vapor may be generated to destroy fungal or insect pests (as on growing plants) :  a fumigation chamber

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Origin and Etymology of fumatorium

New Latin, from Latin fumatus (past participle of fumare to smoke, from fumus smoke) + -orium -ory


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