a termite nest, often consisting of bits of earth and vegetable matter cemented together into a large mound
often called ter′mi·tar·y
Origin of termitarium; from Late Latin termes (gen. termitis), termite + -arium
A nest built by a colony of termites underground, aboveground (usually as a mound), or in a tree, or an artificial nest used to house termites in a laboratory. Also called termitary.