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from (Neo-)Latin gastrocnēmius from Ancient Greek γαστροκνημία (gastroknēmía, calf of leg)


gastrocnemius (plural gastrocnemii)

  1. The muscle at the back of the calf, whose insertion is the Achilles tendon at the heel.

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