paturon

noun
pat·u·ron | \ˈpachəˌrän\
plural -s

Definition of paturon 

: the basal segment of the arachnid chelicera

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History and Etymology for paturon

French, from Greek patein to tread, trample on + New Latin -uron (from Greek oura tail); akin to Greek patos path

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