Definition of Claustra

1. claustrum [n] - See also: claustrum



Medical Definition of Claustra

1. Plural of claustrum. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Claustra

claudication
claudications
claudicatory
claudin
claught
claughted
claughting
claughts
clausal
clause
claused
clauses
clausing
clausthalite
clausthalites
claustra (current term)
claustral
claustral layer
claustration
claustrophile
claustrophiles
claustrophilia
claustrophobe
claustrophobes
claustrophobia
claustrophobias
claustrophobic
claustrophobically
claustrophobics
claustrum

Literary usage of Claustra

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1. Records of the Reformation: The Divorce 1527-1533. Mostly Now for the First by Nicholas Pocock (1870)
"Si vir, inquit, extra pudoris claustra semen ... cum ejus uxor arcta esset, viri tamen semine, uxoris claustra ingrediente, ex eo concepit uxor et peperit, ..."

2. The Classical Museum by Leonhard Schmitz (1849)
"Nor is cuspide to be taken figuratively, for the whole of the spear, but literally, for the point, which part alone came into contact with the claustra. ..."

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