cavaedium

[ kuh-vee-dee-uhm, kah-, key- ]
/ kəˈvi di əm, kɑ-, keɪ- /

noun, plural ca·vae·di·a [kuh-vee-dee-uh, kah-, key-]. /kəˈvi di ə, kɑ-, keɪ-/.

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Origin of cavaedium

<Latin, contraction of cavum aedium, literally, hollow of rooms (i.e. house); see cave, edifice

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