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aerobium

[ ai-roh-bee-uhm ]
/ ɛəˈroʊ bi əm /
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noun, plural aer·o·bi·a [ai-roh-bee-uh]. /ɛəˈroʊ bi ə/.
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Origin of aerobium

1860–65; <New Latin aerobium, modification of French aė́robie (from aė́ro- aero- + Greek bíos “life”) + -ium
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