noun, plural ma·nu·bri·a [muh-noo-bree-uh, -nyoo-] /məˈnu bri ə, -ˈnyu-/, ma·nu·bri·ums.
Origin of manubrium
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The manubrium, or handle, is also the centre of a nerve-system.The Dawn of Reason
Its umbrella is nearly hemispherical, and from the center hangs a manubrium.
It is called the manubrium and is the mouth and stomach of the animal.
The Mammalian presternum (manubrium sterni) and xiphosternum have the same origin as the main body of the sternum (Ruge, No. 438).The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)
Francis Maitland Balfour
The manubrium is thickened and drawn inward, the ensiform process protuberant, the sternum often swelled and painful to the touch.
noun plural -bria (-brɪə) or -briums
Word Origin for manubrium
"handle-like process," 1848 in anatomy and zoology, from Latin manubrium "handle, hilt," properly "that which is held in the hand," from manus "hand" (see manual (adj.)).