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crena

[ krēnə ]
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n. pl. cre•nae (-nē)
Any of the notches into which the opposing projections fit in the cranial sutures.
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How to use crena in a sentence

  • And as the last mast made splinters of the deck house, the good ship Nora Crena sank beneath the waves never to rise again.

  • It is explained by Vullers as cornu et crena arcûs cui immititur nervus.

    The Bbur-nma in English|Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
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