bronchus

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Late Latin bronchus, from Ancient Greek βρόγχος(brónkhos), from Proto-Indo-European *gʷro-nkh₃-, from *gʷerh₃-(to devour)

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bronchus (plural bronchi)

  1. Either of two airways, which are primary branches of the trachea, leading directly into the lungs.

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