marsupio

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin marsūpium (pouch), from Ancient Greek μαρσίππιον (marsíppion), diminutive of μάρσιππος (mársippos, pouch), perhaps of Oriental origin.

Noun[edit]

marsupio m (plural marsupi)

  1. pouch
  2. (zoology) marsupium (external pouch in which female marsupials rear and feed the young)
  3. child carrier, baby carrier
  4. bum bag
  5. car transporter

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

marsūpiō

  1. dative singular of marsūpium
  2. ablative singular of marsūpium

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin marsūpium, from Ancient Greek μαρσίππιον (marsíppion).

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Noun[edit]

marsupio m (plural marsupios)

  1. (of a marsupial) pouch

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