sacculus

noun
sac·cu·lus | \ˈsa-kyə-ləs \
plural sacculi\ˈsa-kyə-ˌlī, -ˌlē \

Definition of sacculus 

First Known Use of sacculus

1728, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sacculus

New Latin

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sacculus

noun
sac·cu·lus | \ˈsak-yə-ləs \
plural sacculi\-ˌlī, -ˌlē \

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