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plexus

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plexus

noun plex·us \ˈplek-səs\
plural plex·us·es \-sə-səz\

Definition of PLEXUS

1
:  a network of anastomosing or interlacing blood vessels or nerves
2
:  an interwoven combination of parts or elements in a structure or system

Origin of PLEXUS

New Latin, from Latin plectere to braid — more at ply
First Known Use: 1682

Rhymes with PLEXUS

plexus

noun plex·us \ˈplek-səs\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural plex·us·es

Medical Definition of PLEXUS

:  a network of anastomosing or interlacing blood vessels or nerves

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