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dexter

adjective dex·ter \ˈdek-stər\

Definition of DEXTER

1
:  relating to or situated on the right
2
:  being or relating to the side of a heraldic shield at the right of the person bearing it
dexter adverb
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Origin of DEXTER

Latin; akin to Old High German zeso situated on the right, Greek dexios
First Known Use: 1562
Medical Dictionary

dexter

adjective dex·ter \ˈdek-stər\

Medical Definition of DEXTER

:  relating to or situated on the right <the dexter wing of a fowl>
dexter adverb

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