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cutis

[kyoo-tis] /ˈkyu tɪs/
noun, plural cutes
[kyoo-teez] /ˈkyu tiz/ (Show IPA),
cutises.
1.
the true skin, consisting of the dermis and the epidermis.
Origin of cutis
1595-1605
1595-1605; < Latin: skin; akin to Greek skŷtos hide2
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cutis

/ˈkjuːtɪs/
noun (pl) -tes (-tiːz), -tises
1.
(zoology) a technical name for skin
Word Origin
C17: from Latin: skin
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cutis in Medicine

cutis cu·tis (kyōō'tĭs)
n. pl. cu·tis·es or cu·tes (-tēz)
Dermis.

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