Labrum

Labrum is Latin for lip; a bathtub or wash basin
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Labrum

[architecture] The labrum in architecture was a large water-filled vessel or basin with an overhanging lip. Marble labrums were a common feature of Roman thermae. ...
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Labrum

[arthropod mouthpart] The labrum is a flap-like structure that lies immediately in front of the mouth in almost all extant Euarthropoda. The most conspicuous exceptions are the Pycnogonida, which probably are chelicerate-relatives. In entomology, the labrum amounts to the `upper lip` of an insect mouth, the corresponding `lower lip` being t
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labrum

Latin, meaning: lip, edge, rim / bathing tub.
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Labrum

Sclerite forming the anterior closure of the mouth in arthropods, specifically, the free lobe overhanging the mouth.
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labrum

A basin that stood at hip-height or waist-height somewhere in the caldarium. It often stood in an apse specifically designed for it, termed the schola labri. Its purpose was both to provide sweating bathers with an opportunity to splash themselves with cold water and also to provide water to splash on the walls of the caldarium, in order to maintai
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Labrum

Labrum: In medicine, a ring of fibrocartilage (fibrous cartilage) around the edge of the articular (joint) surface of a bone. The term labrum is used in anatomy to designate a lip, edge, or brim. Plural: labra. The glenoid labrum is a ring of fibrocartilage that runs around the cavity of the scapula (wingbone) in which the head of the humerus (the
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Labrum

La'brum noun ; plural Latin Labra , English Labrums . [ Latin ] 1. A lip or edge, as of a basin. 2. (Zoology) (a) An organ in insects and crustaceans covering the upper part of the mouth, and serving as an upper lip. See Illust. of
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labrum

1. A lip or edge, as of a basin. ... 2. <zoology> An organ in insects and crustaceans covering the upper part of the mouth, and serving as an upper lip. The external margin of the aperture of a shell. See Univalve. ... Origin: L. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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labrum

(la┬┤brәm) Latin word meaning a rim or lip; a term used in anatomy.
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Labrum

• (n.) The external margin of the aperture of a shell. See Univalve. • (n.) An organ in insects and crustaceans covering the upper part of the mouth, and serving as an upper lip. See Illust. of Hymenoptera. • (n.) A lip or edge, as of a basin.
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labrum

labrum 1. A lip or liplike structure; such as, the one forming the roof of the mouth in insects. 2. The outer margin of the opening of a gastropod shell.
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labrum

Type: Term Pronunciation: lā′brŭm, lā′bră Definitions: 1. A lip. 2. A lip-shaped structure. 3. A fibrocartilaginous lip around the margin of the concave portion of some joints. Synonyms: articular labrum, articular lip, labrum articulare
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Labrum

The labrum is the ventral lobe in the front of an insect's head which covers the mouth parts.
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labrum

Latin = rim.
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Labrum

the uppermost of the mouthparts.
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Labrum

[surname] Labrum as a surname is either of Old English (pre 12th century) or of medieval French origin. Variants can include: Laban, Labern, Laboune, Labram, Layborn, Leban, Leeburne, or Leyban. English names are derived from the Yorkshire and Kent villages now spelt as Leyburn or Leybourne, derived from `Ley` or `Le` (clearing), and `burn`
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Labrum

splash basin in the caldarium
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Labrum

upper lip; the flaplike plate that rests over the jaws.
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labrum

a flap-like part of the mouthparts just below the face used as a feeding guide.
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Labrum

The 'upper lip' of the insect mouth-parts: not a true appendage, but a movable sclerite on the front of the head.
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labrum

Upper lip, below clypeus
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Labrum

The 'upper lip' of the insect mouth-parts: not a true appendage but a movable sclerite on the front of the head.
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Labrum

the 'upper lip' of the insect head, covering the base of the mandible and forming the roof of the mouth.
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labrum

upper lip
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