Date: 1300-1400
Language: Medieval Latin
Origin: Greek tracheia (arteria) 'rough (artery)', from trachys 'rough'

trachea

noun
     
Related topics: Biology, Human
tra‧che‧a plural tracheas or tracheae [countable]
technicalHB the tube that takes air from your throat to your lungs

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