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lacertus

[ lə-sûrtəs ]
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n. pl. la•cer•ti (-tī′)
The muscular part of the upper arm from the shoulder to the elbow.
A fibrous band related to a muscle.
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How to use lacertus in a sentence

  • The name is applied also to an alligator Lacertus gangeticus (Forbes).

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