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prin·ceps

, pl.

prin·ci·pes

(prin'seps, -si-pēz),
Principal; in anatomy, term used to distinguish the largest and most important of several arteries.
[L. chief, fr. primus, first, + capio, to take, choose]

princeps

/prin·ceps/ (prin´seps) [L.] principal; chief.

prin·ceps

, pl. principes (prin'seps, -si-pēz)
Principal. anatomy Term used to distinguish the largest or most important of several arteries.
[L. chief, fr. primus, first, + capio, to take, choose]

princeps

(prĭn′sĕps) [L., chief]
1. Original; first.
2. The name of certain arteries (e.g., princeps cervicis).
3. Chief, principal.
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