bivium

noun
biv·​i·​um | \ˈbiveəm, ˈbīv-\
plural bivia

Definition of bivium 

: the two rays of a starfish between which is the madreporite opposed to trivium

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History and Etymology for bivium

New Latin, from Latin, crossroads, from neuter of bivius having two roads, from bi- bi- entry 1 + -vius (from via road, way)

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