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frenum

noun fre·num \ˈfrē-nəm\
plural frenums or fre·na \-nə\

Definition of FRENUM

:  frenulum 1

Origin of FRENUM

New Latin, from Latin, bridle, reins, and bit; probably akin to Latin frendere to grind — more at grind
First Known Use: 1741

frenum

noun fre·num \ˈfrē-nəm\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural frenums or fre·na \-nə\

Medical Definition of FRENUM

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