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fasciculus

[ fuh-sik-yuh-luhs ]
/ fəˈsɪk yə ləs /
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noun, plural fas·cic·u·li [fuh-sik-yuh-lahy]. /fəˈsɪk yəˌlaɪ/.

a fascicle, as of nerve or muscle fibers.
a fascicle of a book.

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Origin of fasciculus

From Latin, dating back to 1705–15; see origin at fascicle
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British Dictionary definitions for fasciculus

fasciculus
/ (fəˈsɪkjʊləs) /

noun plural -li (-ˌlaɪ)

another name for fascicle (def. 2), fascicule
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Medical definitions for fasciculus

fasciculus
[ fə-sĭkyə-ləs ]

n. pl. fas•cic•u•li (-lī′)

A bundle of anatomical fibers, as of muscle.fascicle
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