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Broca

[ broh-kuh; French braw-ka ]
/ ˈbroʊ kə; French brɔˈka /
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noun
Paul [pawl], /pɔl/, 1824–80, French surgeon and anthropologist.
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British Dictionary definitions for Broca

Broca
/ (French brɔka) /

noun
Paul (pɔl). 1824–80, French surgeon and anthropologist who discovered the motor speech centre of the brain and did pioneering work in brain surgery
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Medical definitions for Broca

Broca
[ brōkə, brō-kä ]
Paul 1824-1880

French anthropologist and surgeon. He became the first to offer anatomical proof of the localization of brain functions when he discovered (1861) the center of articulate speech in the brain.
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