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declive

[ dih-klahyv ]
/ dɪˈklaɪv /
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adjective Obsolete.
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Origin of declive

1625–35; <Latin dēclīvis sloping downward; see declivity
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Medical definitions for declive

declive
[ dĭ-klīv ]

n.
The posterior sloping portion of the monticulus of the vermis of the cerebellum.
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