septa Mordane (Susan Brown) is a teacher to Sansa and Arya Stark (Maisie Williams).
In ancient Rome certain classes of voters were called Septs, from the septa or inclosures in which they were arranged.
Their septa are fine, and barely or not at all denticulated.
Sea-anemones are classified by the arrangement of the septa and the manner in which the muscles are placed upon them.
The septa are simple in some species, as in the Nautilus, fig. 13.
These septa he was in the habit of calling his "atomic filters."
The closure of the foramen is brought about by adhesion of the two septa.
Often also some other septa are developed, so that each tangential tube seems to be composed of four to six joints or segments.
These septa, which belong to the serotina, lie between the arborescent villi of the chorion.
Radii broad, with their summits parallel to the basis; their septa are strongly denticulated.
"partition between the nostrils," 1690s, Modern Latin, from Latin saeptum "a fence, enclosure, partition," from neuter past participle of saepire "to hedge in," from saepes "hedge, fence." Related: Septal.
septum sep·tum (sěp'təm)
n. pl. sep·ta (-tə)
A thin partition or membrane dividing two cavities or soft masses of tissue in an organism.
The septum pellucidum.