Pronunciation: tra'gus, -ji
Definition: A tonguelike projection of the cartilage of the auricle in front of the opening of the external acoustic meatus and continuous with the cartilage of this canal.
[G. tragos, goat, in allusion to the hairs growing on the part, like a goatee]
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