Complete Definition of "dura mater"

English

Etymology
First attested circa w:1400|1400, from Medieval Latin dura mater cerebri hard mother of the brain, a loan translation of Arabic umm al-dimagh as-safigah, literally thick mother of the brain, matrix of the brain.

Noun
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  1. The tough and inflexible outermost of the three layers of the meninges

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