noun lo·rum \ˈlōrəm, ˈlȯr-\

Definition of lorum



  1. 1 :  2lore

  2. 2a :  a transverse piece in the proboscis of a bee in which the base of the submentum rests b :  a similar structure in other insects c :  an elongated sclerite in the dorsal wall of the pedicel of a spider

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Origin and Etymology of lorum

New Latin, from Latin, strap — more at lore

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a brief usually trivial fact

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