incubatorium

noun
in·cu·ba·to·ri·um | \(ˌ)inˌkyübəˈt-\
plural incubatoria\-rēə \ also incubatoriums

Definition of incubatorium 

1 : the ventral brooding pouch of a monotreme

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History and Etymology for incubatorium

New Latin, from Latin incubatus (past participle of incubare to lie upon, hatch) + -orium -ory

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