crena


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cre·na

, pl.

cre·nae

(krē'nă, krē'nē),
A V-shaped cut or the space created by such a cut; one of the notches into which the opposing projections fit in the cranial sutures.
[L. a notch]

crena

/cre·na/ (kre´nah) pl. cre´nae   [L.] a notch or cleft.

cre·na

, pl. crenae (krē'nă, -nē)
A V-shaped cut or the space created by such a cut; one of the notches into which the opposing projections fit in the cranial sutures.
[L. a notch]
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