haustrum

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haustrum ‎(plural haustra or haustrae)

  1. (anatomy) Any of the small pouches of the colon caused by sacculation, giving the colon its segmented appearance.

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Etymology[edit]

From hau(riō)(draw, drain) +‎ -trum

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Noun[edit]

haustrum n ‎(genitive haustrī); second declension

  1. A tool for drawing water; scoop, bucket.

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative haustrum haustra
genitive haustrī haustrōrum
dative haustrō haustrīs
accusative haustrum haustra
ablative haustrō haustrīs
vocative haustrum haustra

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