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dorsad

[dawr-sad] /ˈdɔr sæd/
adverb, Anatomy, Zoology.
1.
toward the back or dorsum; dorsally.
Origin of dorsad
1795-1805
1795-1805; < Latin dors(um) back + -ad3
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dorsad

/ˈdɔːsæd/
adjective
1.
(anatomy) towards the back or dorsal aspect
Word Origin
C19: from Latin dorsum back + ad to, towards
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dorsad in Medicine

dorsad dor·sad (dôr'sād')
adv.
In the direction of the back; dorsally.

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