noun, plural o·var·i·a [oh-vair-ee-uh] /oʊˈvɛər i ə/. Archaic.
Origin of ovarium
Examples from the Web for ovarium
It is prominent and increases to the size of a cherry, occupying the greatest part of the ovarium.
It has fallen to my lot to have opened two other patients, whose deaths were occasioned by incysted dropsy of the ovarium.Zoonomia, Vol. II|Erasmus Darwin
What would the floriculturist care for any change in the structure of the ovarium or of the ovules?
While the egg is fastened to the ovarium, it derives its nutriment from the vessel of the common pellicle.
Some of these vesicles are situated so near the surface of the ovarium as to be prominent on its surface.Fruits of Philosophy|Charles Knowlton