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meatus

noun me·a·tus \mē-ˈā-təs\
plural me·a·tus·es \-tə-səz\ or me·a·tus \-ˈā-təs, -ˌtüs\

Definition of MEATUS

:  a natural body passage

Origin of MEATUS

Late Latin, from Latin, going, passage, from meare to go — more at permeate
First Known Use: 1580

Rhymes with MEATUS

meatus

noun me·atus \mē-ˈāt-əs\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural me·atus·es \-ə-səz\ or me·atus \-ˈāt-əs, -ˈā-ˌtüs\

Medical Definition of MEATUS

:  a natural body passage :  canal, duct

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