noun, plural bra·chi·a [brey-kee-uh, brak-ee-uh] /ˈbreɪ ki ə, ˈbræk i ə/.
Origin of brachium
Examples from the Web for brachia
The brachia, or sides of the lyre, were frequently made of these horns, as appears from ancient gems.Book about Animals|Rufus Merrill
The most conspicuous and remarkable appendages of the manitrunk, are the brachia or arms.
The anterior piece of the Medipectus, which intervenes between the Brachia and mid-legs.
These constituted the arms (brachia), and five definite radial plates of the theca were specialized for their support.
In the genus Siphonaria, there is a groove on one side, where the brachia or gills of the animal rest.A Conchological Manual|George Brettingham Sowerby