latissimus

(lә-tis┬┤ĭ-mәs) Latin word meaning widest. In anatomy, it is used to describe a broad structure.
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latissimus

latisimus, latissimus 1. A reference to a broad anatomical structure; such as, a muscle. 2. Widest.
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latissimus

superlative of adjective, Latin latus = wide, hence, latissimus dorsi muscle, the widest muscle of the back; earlier name was anitersor - wiper of the anus.
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