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in·cu·des

(in-kū'dēz),
Plural of incus.
[L.]

incudes

(ĭng-kyo͞o′dēz)
n.
Plural of incus.

incus

[ing′kəs] pl. incudes
Etymology: L, anvil
one of the three ossicles in the middle ear, resembling an anvil. It transmits sound vibrations from the malleus to the stapes. Compare malleus, stapes. See also middle ear.

in·cu·des

(in-kyū'dēz)
Plural of incus.
[L.]
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