alveus

The hot bathing pool in the caldarium. it also gave its name to the testudo alvei. it was a communal pool able to accomodate several individuals.

alveus

(al´ve-әs) pl. al´vei Latin word meaning canal or trough.
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Alveus

• (n.) The channel of a river.
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Alveus

Al've·us noun ; plural Alvei [ Latin ] The channel of a river. Weate.
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alveus

A channel or trough. ... Origin: L. Tray, trough, cavity, fr. Alvus, belly ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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alveus

alveus (singular)
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alveus

hollow, basket, bed (of a river).
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Alveus

hot bathing pool in the caldarium
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alveus

Latin = tray. The allusion is unclear. The alveus is a layer of fibres on the free surface of the hippocampus.
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alveus

Latin, meaning: hollow, basket, bed (of a river).
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alveus

Type: Term Pronunciation: al′vē-ŭs, -vē-ī Definitions: 1. A channel or trough.
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