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parodontium

[ par-uh-don-shuhm; -shee-uhm ]
/ ˌpær əˈdɒn ʃəm; -ʃi əm /
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noun, plural par·o·don·tia [par-uh-don-shuh, -shee-uh]. /ˌpær əˈdɒn ʃə, -ʃi ə/.

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Origin of parodontium

From New Latin; see origin at par-, periodontium
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