Definition of Scapi

1. scapus [n] - See also: scapus



Scapi Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scapi

scaphohydrocephalus
scaphoid
scaphoid abdomen
scaphoid bone
scaphoid fossa
scaphoid fossa of sphenoid bone
scaphoid fracture
scaphoid scapula
scaphoid tuberosity
scaphoids
scapholunar
scapholunars
scaphopda
scaphopod
scaphopods
scapi (current term)
scapiform
scaping
scapolite
scapolites
scapose
scapple
scappled
scapples
scappling
scaps
scapula
scapula alata
scapulae

Literary usage of Scapi

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1. New Manual of Botany of the Central Rocky Mountains (vascular Plants) by John Merle Coulter (1909)
"... scapi- form simple flowering stems and ample radical leaves on strong petioles, cottony-tomentose or ..."

2. A Collection of the Most Approved Examples of Doorways, from Ancient by Thomas Leverton Donaldson (1833)
"He adds " the scapi are mentioned twice afterwards—the first mentioned of the two I take to be the middle stile of the door, and the other side-stiles ie ..."

3. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith (1891)
"scapi, according to ... also = nai'rii-, v. as in the gloss "scapi, ... we may best suppose the scapi of the loom to be the side-posts ..."

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