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mesaraic

adjective mes·a·ra·ic \ ¦mezə¦rāik , -esə- \

Definition of mesaraic

archaic

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Origin and Etymology of mesaraic

alteration (influenced by Greek mesaraikos) of Middle English miserak, from Middle French mesaraique, from Greek mesaraikos, from mesaraion mesentery (from mes- mid, in the middle—from mesos —+ araia belly, from feminine of araios thin, slender) + -ikos -ic


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mesaraic

noun \ " \

Definition of mesaraic

plural -s
archaic
: one of the mesenteric veins

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