antitragus

[an-ti-truh-guh s]
noun, plural an·tit·ra·gi [an-ti-truh-jahy, -gahy] /ænˈtɪ trəˌdʒaɪ, -ˌgaɪ/. Anatomy.
  1. a process of the external ear.

Origin of antitragus

1835–45; < New Latin < Greek antítragos. See anti-, tragus
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antitragus

noun plural -gi (-ˌdʒaɪ)
  1. a cartilaginous projection of the external ear opposite the tragus

Word Origin for antitragus

C19: from New Latin, from Greek antitragos; see anti-, tragus
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antitragus in Medicine

antitragus

[ăn′tĭ-trāgəs]
n.
  1. A projection of the auricle of the ear posterior to the tragus.
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