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From Latin meātus (a course, passing).

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Meatus

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meatus or meatuses

Meatus (plural meatus or meatuses)
  1. (anatomy) A tubular opening or passage in the body.

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Perfect passive participle of meō (go, pass).

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meātus (genitive meātūs); m, fourth declension

  1. (poetic) movement, course
  2. a path, passage

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Patrono:La-perfect participle

  1. gone, passed, traversed, having been passed.

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hu:meatus ta:meatus vi:meatus zh:meatus

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