noun tra·gus \ˈtrā-gəs\
plural tra·gi \-ˌgī, -ˌjī\

Definition of TRAGUS

:  the prominence in front of the external opening of the outer ear

Origin of TRAGUS

New Latin, from Greek tragos, a part of the ear, literally, goat
First Known Use: circa 1693

Rhymes with TRAGUS


noun tra·gus \ˈtrā-gəs\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural tra·gi \-ˌgī, -ˌjī\

Medical Definition of TRAGUS

:  a small projection in front of the external opening of the ear


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