incisure

[in-sizh-er]

Origin of incisure

From the Latin word incīsūra, dating back to 1590–1600. See incise, -ure
Related formsin·cis·ur·al, adjective
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incisure

noun
  1. anatomy an incision or notch in an organ or part
Derived Formsincisural, adjective
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incisure in Medicine

incisure

[ĭn-sīzhər]
n.
  1. An indentation at the edge of a structure; a notch.
Related formsin•cisu•ral adj.
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