cerebrum

[ suh-ree-bruh m, ser-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cerebrum
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The part of the brain lying below the hind part of the cerebrum.

The fish form is that in which we have only a rudiment of the cerebrum, which is so large in man.

Connexion with the motor-nerves does not come into being in response to the action of the cerebrum.

Ether extract, kephalin-free—(a) from cerebrum; (b) from cerebellum.

The cerebrum of the brain occupies the top and front of the skull.

Wounds complicated with fracture, but without depression on the cerebrum.

Wounds complicated with fracture and depression on the cerebrum.

The hind-brain, or cerebellum, is not completely covered by the cerebrum.

May it not have been, at least with respect to the cerebrum, quite infinitesimal?

The upper brain—the cerebrum—is the instrument of our thoughts—our reason.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from Latin cerebrum "brain" (see cerebral).

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