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  1. tarsus

    • IPA[ˈtärsəs]

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    • n.
      a group of small bones between the main part of the hind limb and the metatarsus in terrestrial vertebrates. The seven bones of the human tarsus form the ankle and upper part of the foot. They are the talus, calcaneus, navicular, and cuboid and the three cuneiform bones.;the shank or tarsometatarsus of the leg of a bird or reptile.
    • noun: tarsus, plural noun: tarsi

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    • 1. a group of small bones between the main part of the hind limb and the metatarsus in terrestrial vertebrates. The seven bones of the human tarsus form the ankle and upper part of the foot. They are the talus, calcaneus, navicular, and cuboid and the three cuneiform bones.
    • the shank or tarsometatarsus of the leg of a bird or reptile.
    • the foot or fifth joint of the leg of an insect or other arthropod, typically consisting of several small segments and ending in a claw.
    • 2. a thin sheet of fibrous connective tissue which supports the edge of each eyelid.
    • plural form of tarsus

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    • plural form of tarsus

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    • IPA[ˈtɑːsəs]

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    • n.
      a group of small bones between the main part of the hindlimb and the metatarsus in terrestrial ...

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    • IPA[ˈtärsəs]

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    • an ancient city in southern Turkey, now a market town. It is the birthplace of St. Paul.

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    • an ancient city in southern Turkey, the capital of Cilicia and the birthplace of St Paul. It is ...

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