noun fas·ci·cle \ˈfa-si-kəl\

Definition of FASCICLE

:  a small or slender bundle (as of pine needles or nerve fibers)
:  one of the divisions of a book published in parts
fas·ci·cled \-kəld\ adjective

Origin of FASCICLE

Latin fasciculus, diminutive of fascis
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with FASCICLE

Medical Dictionary


noun fas·ci·cle \ˈfas-i-kəl\

Medical Definition of FASCICLE

:  a small bundle; especially :  fasciculus
fas·ci·cled \-kəld\ adjective


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