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English - Etymology

From French _fascicule_, from Latin _fasciculus_.

From French fascicule, from Latin fasciculus.

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English - Noun

FASCICULE (_plural_ FASCICULES) * An installment of a printed work, a fascicle. * 1974, Lawrence Durrell, _Monsieur_, Faber & Faber 1992, p. 104: In Piers' hotel room at Avignon there was a ton of these FASCICULES, some of which I could even remember having heard him deliver in those far-off days. * (obsolete) A bundle of nerve fibers; a fasciculus. * 1893, Charles Zimmerman, "The Relation of the Ocular Nerves to the Brain", _The Medical and Surgical Reporter_, page 812, Nov. 25, 1893. Perlia advocates, however, the assumption that the posterior longitudinal FASCICULE connecting the oculo-motor center with the medulla oblongata, […]. * 1895, Charles E. Sajous, "Normal Histology and Microscopical Technology", _Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences_, page 97 In the large tactile hairs, or sinus hairs, — _i.e._, those provided with a blood-sinus, — several nerve-fibres form a FASCICULE and enter the follicle near the base; […]. TRANSLATIONS

fascicule (plural fascicules)

  1. An installment of a printed work, a fascicle.
  2. (obsolete) A bundle of nerve fibers; a fasciculus.

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Que a categoria em LATIN - NOUN
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Latin - Noun

FASCICULE * vocative singular of _fasciculus_

fascicule

  1. vocative singular of fasciculus


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