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trigonum

[ trahy-goh-nuhm ]
/ traɪˈgoʊ nəm /
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noun, plural tri·go·na [trahy-goh-nuh]. /traɪˈgoʊ nə/. Anatomy.
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Origin of trigonum

First recorded in 1720–30, trigonum is from the Latin word trigōnum triangle. See trigon
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Medical definitions for trigonum

trigonum
[ trī-gōnəm ]

n. pl. tri•go•na (-nə)
A triangular anatomical area.
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