\\|sinyə|rōsə̇s, |sinn(y)ə-\ noun
Etymology: New Latin, from Greek synneurōsis, from syn- + neuron sinew + -osis — more at nerve

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synneurosis Anat.
[mod.L., ad. Gr. συννεύρωσις (Galen), f. σύν syn-1 + νεῦρον sinew: see -osis.]
Connexion or articulation of bones by a ligament.
Wiseman Chirurg. Treat. vii. ii. 479. 1835–6 Todd's Cycl. Anat. I. 257/1.

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