ylem [ ahy-luh m ]
1. the initial substance of the universe from which all matter is said to be derived.
Origin: 1948; adoption, in modern astrophysics, of Middle English ylem (Gower) < Medieval Latin (h)ȳlem, accusative of hȳlē < Greek hȳ́lē matter, wood
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