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dexter

 (L.)
right; on the right side.

dex·ter (D),

(deks'tĕr), This form of the adjective is used only with masculine nouns (pulmo dexter, plural pulmones dextri). With feminine nouns the form dextra is used (auricular dextra, plural auriculae dextrae), and with neuter nouns the form dextrum (atrium dextrum, plural atria dextra). Avoid the misspellings/mispronunciations dextera, dexterae, dexteri, dexterum.
Located on or relating to the right side.
[L. fr. dextra, neut. dextrum]

dex·ter

(deks'tĕr)
Located on or relating to the right side.
[L. fr. dextra, neut. dextrum]

dex·ter

(D) (deks'tĕr)
Latin meaning located on or relating to the right side.
[L. fr. dextra, neut. dextrum]
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