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labrum

 [la´brum] (L.)
a rim or lip.
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la·brum

, pl.

la·bra

(lā'brŭm, lā'bră), [TA]
1. A lip.
2. A lip-shaped structure.
3. A fibrocartilaginous lip around the margin of the concave portion of some joints. Synonym(s): articular labrum, articular lip, labrum articulare
[L.]
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labrum

(lā′brəm)
n. pl. la·bra (-brə)
A lip or liplike structure, such as the one forming the roof of the mouth in insects.
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la·brum

, pl. labra (lā'brŭm, -bră) [TA]
1. A lip.
2. A lip-shaped structure.
[L.]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

labrum

a cuticular plate at the front of the insect head, forming an upper lip. The labrum lies immediately below the clypeus, with which it is hinged, and in front of the MANDIBLES. See Fig. 197 .
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

la·brum

, pl. labra (lā'brŭm, -bră) [TA]
1. A lip.
2. A lip-shaped structure.
3. A fibrocartilaginous lip around the margin of the concave portion of some joints.
Synonym(s): articular lip.
[L.]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012