Etymology
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fimbria (n.)

"a fringing filament," from Late Latin fimbria (sing.), from Latin fimbriae (pl.), "fringe, border, threads." Related: Fimbriated (late 15c.); fimbrial.

updated on November 07, 2014

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Definitions of fimbria from WordNet

fimbria (n.)
thin projections forming a fringe (especially around the ovarian end of the Fallopian tube);
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