noun. an external abdominal pouch in most marsupials where newborn offspring are suckled.
- marsupium (Latin)
- μαρσίππιον (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
Sentences with marsupium
1. Noun, singular or mass
They also, more famously, have a fur-lined marsupium or “pouch” on the outside of their bodies, in which they are able to nurse and shelter their young.