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digit

 [dij´it]
a finger or toe.

dig·it

(dij'it), [TA]
A finger or toe.
See also: finger, toe.
Synonym(s): digitus [TA], dactyl, dactylus
[L. digitus]

digitus

/dig·i·tus/ (dij´ĭ-tus) pl. di´giti   [L.] a digit.

dig·it

(dij'it) [TA]
A finger or toe.
Synonym(s): digitus [TA] , dactyl, dactylus.
[L. digitus]
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Al preparar y analizar morfologicamente los genitales masculinos, se encuentra una gran variabilidad en el digitus, lo que permite sugerir a traves del analisis morfologico algunos cambios taxonomicos y reordenar la nomenclatura correspondiente a las especies denominadas C.
Netrium digitus es caracteristica de aguas mesotroficas y frias [26] concuerda con la relacion establecida con la temperatura (9,6 -12 [grados]C), oxigeno disuelto (4,3-6,5 mg/l) y otros nutrientes que indican el bajo estado trofico de los lagos donde se registro.
The narrator's use of the Latin term digitus annularis invokes the language of the church courts and their powerful role in policing sexual behaviour (p.
4): Digitus con 3 dientes curvos; laminas volsellares a modo de un par de varillas esclerotizadas poco divergentes; lobulo aedeagal angosto y alargado; la longitud de la vaina aedeago-volsellar 2,0 veces la longitud del lobulo aedeagal; valvas del pene presentes a lo largo del lobulo aedeagal.
Fuchs first applied the term digitus to the foxglove in his herbal De Historia Stirpium, published in 1542.
The agreement enables Silex Technology to bundle Precises Biometrics' product Precise Match-on-Card with its own Digitus fingerprint reader for the Japanese market, Precise Biometrics said.
The name comes from the Latin for finger, digitus, because the flowers are like the fingers of a glove.
If you were caught you could tell the security man that you have the viral infection Lucius Digitus (from the Latin "Lux" meaning light and "digit" relating to fingers).
The Spanish word dedo stands for finger or toe, as does the Latin word digitus from which it is derived.
21: Si quartus digitus truncatus fuerit, solvat solidos 5.
However the German name for foxglove is Fingerhut or thimble and in 1542 this suggested to the botanist Leonhard Fuchs that the genus foxglove should be classified under the botanical name Digitalis (from digitus, the Latin for finger).