promotor

noun pro·mo·tor \ prōˈmōtə(r) \

Definition of promotor

plural -s
: a muscle connected anteriorly to the base of each locomotor appendage in an onychophoran

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Origin and Etymology of promotor

New Latin, from Medieval Latin, one that advances


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of promotor


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