mucro

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noun mu·cro \ˈmyü-ˌkrō\

Definition of mucro

plural

mucrones

play \myü-ˈkrō-(ˌ)nēz\
  1. :  an abrupt sharp terminal point or tip or process (as of a leaf)

mucronate

play \ˈmyü-krə-ˌnāt\ adjective

Origin and Etymology of mucro

New Latin mucron-, mucro, from Latin, point, edge


First Known Use: 1646


Medical Dictionary

mucro

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noun mu·cro \ˈmyü-ˌkrō\

Medical Definition of mucro

plural

mucrones

\myü-ˈkrō-(ˌ)nēz\play
  1. :  an abrupt sharp terminal point or tip or process

mucronate

\ˈmyü-krə-ˌnāt\play adjective

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