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Latin translation: Femur

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English term or phrase:Thigh bone
Latin translation:Femur
Entered by: Jack Doughty
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17:51 Mar 6, 2002
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Bone
What is the name of the bone in your thigh?
Robyn
Femur
Explanation:
The name for the thigh bone is "femur", though in the original Latin this meant the thigh itself.
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Femur


Explanation:
The name for the thigh bone is "femur", though in the original Latin this meant the thigh itself.


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