Etymology
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axon (n.)

1842, "skeletal axis of the vertebrate body," from Greek axon "axis" (see axis). From 1899 as a part of a nerve cell.

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Definitions of axon

axon (n.)
long nerve fiber that conducts away from the cell body of the neuron;
Synonyms: axone
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