porus

Synonym: sweat pore. ... See: opening. ... Origin: L. Fr. G. Poros, passageway ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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porus

(por´әs) Latin word meaning pore. porus acusticus externus the outer end of the external acoustic meatus. porus acusticus internus the opening of the internal acoustic meatus in the cranial cavity. porus opticus the ope...
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Porus

Indian prince who ruled the region between the Hydaspes (Jhelum) and Acesines (Chenb) rivers at the time of Alexander III the Great`s invasion ... [2 related articles]
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porus

Type: Term Pronunciation: pō′rŭs, -rī Synonyms: pore, sweat pore
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porus

Type: Term Synonyms: warble pore
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porus

Latin a pore or foramen; hence, the openings of the acoustic meatuses.
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Porus

[mythology] There are related mythological figures named Porus (Πόρος `resource` or `plenty`) in Greek classical literature. In Plato`s Symposium, Porus, or Poros, was the personification of resourcefulness. He was seduced by Penia (poverty) while drunk on more than his fill of nectar at Aphrodite`s birthday. Penia gave birth to Eros (...
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