Definition of Caudates

1. caudate [n] - See also: caudate



Lexicographical Neighbors of Caudates

caudal transtentorial herniation
caudal transverse fissure
caudal vertebra
caudal vertebrae
caudalis
caudally
caudatan
caudatans
caudate
caudate branches
caudate lobe
caudate nucleus
caudate process
caudated
caudates (current term)
caudation
caudations
caudatolenticular
caudatum
caudectomies
caudectomy
caudex
caudexes
caudices
caudicle
caudicles
caudiform
caudillismo
caudillismos

Literary usage of Caudates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of the Town of Bristol, Grafton County, New Hampshire by Richard Watson Musgrove (1904)
"A majority of two thirds of our Society Shall govern in all maters relative to the Support of Such caudates and ..."

2. Over the Hookah: The Tales of a Talkative Doctor by George Frank Lydston (1896)
"... or human caudates, were, as I have said, inhabitants of Africa. I entered their country in the spring of 1700, and the first village that I saw in the ..."

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