synapte

[see-nahp-tee, sin-ap-tee]

noun Eastern Church.

a litany.

Nearby words

  1. synalgia,
  2. synaloepha,
  3. synapse,
  4. synapsid,
  5. synapsis,
  6. synaptic,
  7. synaptic cleft,
  8. synaptic conduction,
  9. synaptic gap,
  10. synaptic vesicle

Origin of synapte

< Medieval Greek synaptḗ, noun use of feminine of Greek synaptós (adj.) joined together; see synapsis

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