noun, plural sul·ci [suhl-sahy]. /ˈsʌl saɪ/.
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Origin of sulcus
OTHER WORDS FROM sulcussub·sul·cus, noun, plural sub·sul·ci.
Example sentences from the Web for sulcus
This gray substance lies in folds or convolutions, the furrows or sulci, dipping deeply into the interior of the brain.How to Become Rich|William Windsor
Transverse sulci: the transverse grooves of pronotum in many Orthoptera.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
The lymph was purely basal, solely on the arachnoid, not in the fissures or sulci.A History of Epidemics in Britain, Volume II (of 2)|Charles Creighton
Very strongly and deeply impressed sulci præcentrales seem to serve as substitutes for them.The Mind of the Child, Part II|W. Preyer
Gyrus, jī′rus, n. one of the rounded edges into which the surface of the cerebral hemisphere is divided by the fissures or sulci.