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celoma ‎(plural celomas)

  1. (anatomy) A cavity in the mesoderm of a vertebrate embryo that gives rise to the pleural, pericardial and peritoneal cavities

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celoma m ‎(plural celomi)

  1. (anatomy) celoma

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From Ancient Greek κοίλωμα ‎(koílōma, hollow, cavity), from κοῖλος ‎(koîlos, hollow).

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celoma m ‎(plural celomas)

  1. (anatomy) celoma

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