nodus

noun
no·dus | \ˈnō-dəs \
plural nodi\ˈnō-ˌdī, -ˌdē \

Definition of nodus 

First Known Use of nodus

circa 1738, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for nodus

Latin, knot, node

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