Con*cam"er*ate\ (k[o^]n*k[a^]m"[~e]r*[=a]t), v. t. [L. concameratus, p. p. of concamerare to arch over. See Camber.]

1. To arch over; to vault.

Of the upper beak an inch and a half consisteth of one concamerated bone. --Grew.

2. To divide into chambers or cells. --Woodward.
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