Origin of fimbria
New Latin, from Latin, fringe
First Known Use: 1752
Medical Definition of fimbria
1: a bordering fringe especially at the entrance of the fallopian tubes
2: a band of nerve fibers bordering the hippocampus and joining the fornix
3: a pilus of a bacterium
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