percussor

[per-kuhs-er]

Origin of percussor

1885–90; < New Latin, Latin: one that beats, equivalent to percut-, stem of percutere to beat (see percuss) + -tor -tor, with tt > ss
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percussor in Medicine

percussor

[pər-kŭsər]
n.
  1. plexor
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