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proglottis

noun pro·glot·tis \(ˌ)prō-ˈglä-təs\
plural pro·glot·ti·des\-ˈglä-tə-ˌdēz\

Definition of PROGLOTTIS

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Origin of PROGLOTTIS

New Latin proglottid-, proglottis, from Greek proglōttis tip of the tongue, from pro- + glōtta tongue — more at gloss
First Known Use: 1855
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proglottis

noun pro·glot·tis \(ˈ)prō-ˈglät-əs\
plural pro·glot·ti·des \-ˈglät-ə-ˌdēz\

Medical Definition of PROGLOTTIS

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