Nouns Vocabulary (nom-gen Singular)

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  • ala, alae (f) wing
  • apertura, aperturae (f) opening
  • arteria, arteriae (f) artery
  • aorta, aortae (f) main artery of body
  • capsula, capsulae (f) capsule, membrane or saclike
  • costa, costae (f) rib
  • crista, cristae (f) crest
  • columna, columnae (f) column
  • fossa, fossae (f) shallow depression or cavity
  • fibula, fibulae (f) fibula, splint-bone
  • glandula, glandulae (f) gland
  • incisura, incisurae (f) notch
  • lamina, laminae (f) plate
  • lingua, linguae (f) tongue, language
  • linea, lineae (f) line
  • mandibula, mandibulae (f) lower jaw
  • maxilla, maxillae (f) upper jaw
  • nucha, nuchae (f) nape of neck
  • scapula, scapulae (f) shoulder blade
  • spina, spinae (f) spine
  • tibia, tibiae (f) shinbone
  • vertebra, vertebrae (f) vertebra
  • vavula, vavulae (f) small valve
  • angulus, anguli (m) angle
  • brachium, brachi (n) upper arm
  • cerebrum, cerebri (n) brain
  • canaliculus, canaliculi (m) small canal
  • cavum, cavi (n) cavity
  • collum, colli (n) neck
  • dorsum, dorsi (n) back
  • membrum, membri (n) member, extremity
  • musculus, musculi (m) muscle
  • nasus, nasi (m) nose
  • sulcus, sulci (m) furrow or groove
  • tuberculum, tuberculi (n) tubercle, small rounded swelling
  • os, ossis (n) bone
  • os, oris (n) mouth
  • genu, genus (n) knee
  • bursa, bursae (f) bursa
  • clavicula, claviculae (f) clavicle, collar bone, breast bone
  • fovea, foveae (f) pit
  • membrana, membranae (f) membrane
  • sutura, suturae (f) suture
  • tunica, tunicae (f) tunic, coat
  • vagina, vaginae (f) vagina
  • antebrachium, antebrachi (n) forearm
  • carpus, carpi (m) carpus, wrist
  • cranium, crani (n) skull
  • digitus, digiti (m) finger
  • humerus, humeri (m) humerus
  • ganglion, gangli (n) node
  • ligamentum, ligamenti (n) ligament
  • lobus, lobi (m) lobe
  • metacarpus, metacarpi (m) metacarpus
  • nervus, nervi (m) nerve
  • nodus, nodi (m) node
  • nucleus, nuclei (m) nucleus
  • oculus, oculi (m) eye
  • organum, organi (n) organ
  • ramus, rami (m) branch
  • septum, septi (n) dividing wall
  • sternum, sterni (n) breast-bone
  • ventriculus, ventriculi (m) ventricle
  • arcus, arcus (m) arch
  • cornu, cornus (n) horn
  • ductus, ductus (m) duct
  • genu, genus (n) knee
  • hiatus, hiatus (m) hole, opening
  • manus, manus (f) hand
  • meatus, meatus (m) passage, foramen, duct
  • plexus, plexus (m) plexus, network
  • processus, processus (m) process
  • sinus, sinus (m) sinus
  • facies, facei (f) face, surface
  • superficies, superficiei (f) surface
  • abductor, abductoris (m) abductor muscle
  • adductor, adductoris (m) adductor muscle
  • apex, apicis (m) apex, top
  • atlas, atlantis (m) atlas
  • axis, axis (m) axis
  • canalis, canalis (m) canal
  • cortex, corticis (m) canal
  • coccyx, coccygis (m) coccygeal bone
  • dens, dentis (m) tooth
  • flexor, flexoris (m) flexor muscle
  • fornix, fornicis (m) arch
  • hallux, hallucis (m) big toe
  • larynx, laryngis (m) larynx
  • margo, marginis (m) margin, edge
  • paries, parietis (m) wall
  • pes, pedis (m) foot
  • pharynx, pharyngis (m) pharynx
  • pollex, pollicis (m) thumb
  • pulmo, pulmonis (m) lung
  • ren, renis (m) kidney
  • sanguis, sanguinis (m) blood
  • tendo, tendinis (m) tendon
  • tempus, temporis (n) temple, time
  • auris, auris (f) ear
  • articulatio, articulationis (f) articulation, joint
  • basis, basis (f) base
  • cavitas, cavitatis (f) cavity
  • cartilago, cartilaginis (f) cartilage
  • extremitas, extremitatis (f) extremity, limb
  • febris, febris (f) fever
  • gaster, gasteris (f) stomach
  • pelvis, pelvis (f) pelvis
  • radix, radicis (f) root
  • regio, regionis (f) region
  • tussis, tussis (f) cough
  • pertussis, pertussis (f) whooping cough
  • abdomen, abdominis (n) abdomen
  • animal, animalis (n) animal
  • caput, capitis (n) head
  • corpus, corporis (n) body
  • crus, cruris (n) leg
  • foramen, foraminis (n) opening
  • femur, femoris (n) femur
  • cor, cordis (n) heart
  • pancreas, pancreatis (n) pancreas
  • rete, retis (n) network
  • oesophagus, oesophagi (m) oesophagus
  • thorax, thoracis (m) thorax, chest
  • trochanter, trochanteris (m) trochanter
  • unguis, unguis (m) nail
  • pancreas, pancreatis (n) pancreas
  • atlas, atlantis (m) atlas
  • auris, auris (f) ear
  • axis, axis (m) axis
  • basis, basis (f) base
  • cavum, cavi (n) cavity
  • cor, cordis (n) heart
  • costa, costae (f) rib
  • extremitas, extremitatis (f) extremity, limb
  • fibula, fibulae (f) fibula, splint-bone
  • fossa, fossae (f) shallow depression or cavity
  • fractura, fracturae (f) fracture
  • hallux, hallucis (m) big toe
  • humerus, humeri (m) humerus
  • lobus, lobi (m) lobe
  • maxilla, maxillae (f) upper jaw
  • meatus, meatus (m) passage, foramen, duct
  • membrana, membranae (f) membrane
  • nasus, nasi (m) nose
  • nodus, nodi (m) node
  • nucleus, nuclei (m) nucleus
  • pars, partis (f) part
  • pertussis, pertussis (f) whooping cough
  • processus, processus (m) process
  • septum, septi (n) dividing wall
  • tunica, tunicae (f) tunic, coat
  • vena, venae (f) vein

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