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cutis

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noun cu·tis \ˈkyü-təs\

Definition of cutis

plural

cutes

play \ˈkyü-ˌtēz\ or

cutises

  1. :  dermis



Origin and Etymology of cutis

Latin


First Known Use: 1603


Medical Dictionary

cutis

play
noun cu·tis \ˈkyüt-əs\

Medical Definition of cutis

plural

cutes

\ˈkyü-ˌtēz\play or

cutises

  1. :  dermis




Learn More about cutis

  1. Spanish Central: Translation of cutis Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about cutis


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