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elaeothesium

[ el-ee-oh-thee-shee-uhm, -see-uhm, ee-lee- ]
/ ˌɛl i oʊˈθi ʃi əm, -si əm, ˌi li- /
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noun, plural el·ae·o·the·si·a [el-ee-oh-thee-shee-uh, -see-uh, ee-lee-]. /ˌɛl i oʊˈθi ʃi ə, -si ə, ˌi li-/.

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Origin of elaeothesium

<Greek elaiothésion oiling-room, equivalent to élaio(n) oil + -thesion suffix indicating place (derivative of thésis placing, setting; see thesis)
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