Medical Dictionary

nevus

noun ne·vus
plural ne·vi or chiefly British nae·vi \-ˌvī\

Medical Definition of NEVUS

:  a congenital or acquired usually highly pigmented area on the skin that is either flat or raised :  mole—see blue nevus, junctional nevus, spider nevus

Variants of NEVUS

ne·vus or chiefly British nae·vus \ˈnē-vəs\
July 29, 2015
indomitable Hear it
incapable of being subdued or conquered
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