[plek-suh s] /ˈplɛk səs/
noun, plural plexuses, plexus.
a network, as of nerves or blood vessels.
any complex structure containing an intricate network of parts:
the plexus of international relations.
noun (pl) -uses, -us
any complex network of nerves, blood vessels, or lymphatic vessels
an intricate network or arrangement
1680s, Modern Latin, literally “braid, network,” noun use of past participle of Latin plectere “to twine, braid, fold” (see complex (adj.)); used of a network, such as solar plexus “network of nerves in the abdomen” (see solar). Related: Plexal.
plexus plex·us (plěk’səs)
n. pl. plexus or plex·us·es
A modular World-Wide Web server written in Perl by Tony Sanders . Comes with interfaces to allow many other information services to be served via the Web.
Version 3.0m 1994-07-22 (ftp://ftp.earth.com/plexus/).
- Plexus thyroideus impar
plexus thyroideus impar n. A venous plexus located in front of the lower portion of the trachea, forms from anastomoses between the inferior thyroid veins, and terminates in the inferior thyroid vein.
[plahy-uh l; French ple-yel] /ˈplaɪ əl; French plɛˈyɛl/ noun 1. Ignaz Josef [ig-nahts yoh-zef] /ˈɪg nɑts ˈyoʊ zɛf/ (Show IPA), 1757–1831, Austrian composer and piano manufacturer.
1. pounds per linear foot. 1. . plaintiff
1. pounds per linear inch. paternal leukocyte immunization