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From New Latin hallux, from Latin allus, hallus.
hallux (plural halluces or halluxes)
- (anatomy) The big toe.
- 1995, Anthony Burgess, Byrne:
- His left foot winced. The hallux nail, ill-cut, / Assailed its neighbour toe with a shrewd nip.
big toe — see big toe
hallux m (plural hallux)
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