procerus

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From Latin prōcērus (tall, extended).

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procerus (plural proceri)

  1. (anatomy) A triangular muscle between the top of the nose and the eyebrows.

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prōcērus m (feminine prōcēra, neuter prōcērum); first/second declension

  1. high, tall, lofty
  2. extended, elongated

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative prōcērus prōcēra prōcērum prōcērī prōcērae prōcēra
genitive prōcērī prōcērae prōcērī prōcērōrum prōcērārum prōcērōrum
dative prōcērō prōcērae prōcērō prōcērīs prōcērīs prōcērīs
accusative prōcērum prōcēram prōcērum prōcērōs prōcērās prōcēra
ablative prōcērō prōcērā prōcērō prōcērīs prōcērīs prōcērīs
vocative prōcēre prōcēra prōcērum prōcērī prōcērae prōcēra

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