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amphithalamus

[ am-fuh-thal-uh-muhs ]
/ ˌæm fəˈθæl ə məs /
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noun, plural am·phi·thal·a·mi [am-fuh-thal-uh-mahy]. /ˌæm fəˈθæl əˌmaɪ/.
(in an ancient Greek house) a room adjoining the thalamus.
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Origin of amphithalamus

<Latin <Greek amphithálamos.See amphi-, thalamus
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