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in·nom·i·nate

(i-nom'i-nāt),
Without name; a term formerly applied to the large vessels in the thorax (now called the brachiocephalic trunk and vein) and the hip bone.
Synonym(s): anonyma
[L. innominatus, fr. in- neg. + nomen (nomin-), name]

anonyma

An obsolete adjective from late Latin for innominata (nameless), formerly used for the innominate artery and veins (now known as the brachiocephalic trunk (truncus brachiocephalicus) and veins (venae brachiocephalicae), respectively).

a·non·y·ma

(ă-non'i-mă)
Without name; a term formerly applied to the large vessels in the thorax (now called the brachiocephalic trunk and vein) and the hip bone.
Synonym(s): innominate.
[G. an- priv. + onyma, name]
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Anonyma, Eine Frau in Berlin (first published in 1954 and republished by Hans Magnus Enzensberger in 2003), Willy Reese's Mir selber seltsam fremd.
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