[ loh-buhs ]
/ ˈloʊ bəs /
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noun, plural lo·bi [loh-bahy]. /ˈloʊ baɪ/. Anatomy.
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Origin of lobus
From New Latin; see origin at lobe
Words nearby lobus
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Example sentences from the Web for lobus
They include the Lobus superior, the Lobus inferior, and the Ungues.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)|William Kirby
The pylorus is overlapped by a part of the liver, usually the lobus quadratus or the umbilical fissure.
Medical definitions for lobus
[ lō′bəs ]
n. pl. lo•bi (-bī)
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