faveolus

[fuh-vee-uh-luh s]

noun, plural fa·ve·o·li [fuh-vee-uh-lahy] /fəˈvi əˌlaɪ/.

a small pit or cavity resembling a cell of a honeycomb; alveola.

Origin of faveolus

1880–85; < New Latin, equivalent to Latin fav(us) honeycomb + (alv)eolus little cavity; see alveolar
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faveoli in Medicine

faveolus

[fə-vēə-ləs]

n. pl. -li (-lī′)

A small pit or depression.
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