Etymology
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phrenic (adj.)

"of or pertaining to the diaphragm," 1704, from Modern Latin phrenicus, from Greek phrēn "the diaphragm, muscle which parts the heart and lungs from the digestive organs" (see phreno-).

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Definitions of phrenic

phrenic (adj.)
of or relating to the diaphragm;
phrenic nerve
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