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neopallium

[ nee-oh-pal-ee-uhm ]
/ 藢ni o蕣藞p忙l i 蓹m /
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noun, plural ne路o路pal路li路a [nee-oh-pal-ee-uh], /藢ni o蕣藞p忙l i 蓹/, ne路o路pal路li路ums.
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Origin of neopallium

From New Latin, dating back to 1900鈥05; see origin at neo-, pallium

OTHER WORDS FROM neopallium

ne路o路pal路li路al, adjective
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Medical definitions for neopallium

neopallium
[ n膿鈥才-p膬l膿-蓹m ]

n. pl. ne鈥鈥al鈥i鈥ms
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