accessorii

accessorius

[ak-suh-sawr-ee-uhs, -sohr-]
noun, plural accessorii [ak-suh-sawr-ee-ahy, -sohr-] .
Anatomy. any muscle, nerve, gland, etc., that reinforces the action of another.

Origin:
< Neo-Latin, Medieval Latin: accessory

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accessorius (ˌæksɛsˈɔːrɪəs)
 
n
anatomy a muscle or nerve that has an augmenting action

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