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Bucca Bucca Buccal Buccinator Buckle
~ BUCCA   id+ | HOLOW in lat | 
          id+ | INNER PART | implicit in 
          id+ | CHEEK | also implying 
          id+ | FLESHY FACIAL SURFACE | also 
          id+ | THAT WHICH CAN SWELL |
~ BUCCA~      prefix for 
~ BUCCAL      id+ | pertaining to the CHEEK | 
~ BUCCINATOR  med> name for 
              id+ | FACIAL CHEEK MUSCLES | 
              id+ | MUSCLES REQUIRED FOR BLOWING AIR | 
~ BUCKLE      id+ | implies MOUTH LIKE CLASP | 
  etym> points to BLOWING 
  lat   BUCCA  = CHEEK or 
  sp    MEJILLA  SUPERIOR MAXILLA               
  lat   MALARIS  same 
        MALA     SUPERIOR MANDIBLE 
        BACCO    WIDE  note 
  myth> BACCUS   ROTUND STOUT DEITY  
        BUCCEA   MOUTH 
        BUCCINA  TO BLOW and TRUMPET 
  sp    BOCINA   same    sug> CLAXON  
  it    BACCO    KISS 
  lat   BUCO     THAT WHICH CAN SWELL 
  sp    BOCA     MOUTH  
        BOCADO   A "BITE TO EAT" or ONE BITE SIZE 
        BOQUETE  A BANQUET and OPENING or HOLW 
  lat   BUCCULA  a LITTLE CHEEK pointing to 
  eng   BUCKE    CLASP 
  cont> OS       lat root for MOUTH 
  med>  BUCCINATOR MUSCLES ARE CALLED "CUTANEOUS" 
        BECAUSE BOTH ENDS OF THE MUSCLE FIBERS 
        INSERT IN THE CHEEK SKIN DERMIS  
  med>  OSTOMY  MAN MADE MOUTH LIKE OPENING 
        as per GASTROSTOMY  COLONOSTOMY ...  
  ply> | " TO BUCKLE" or "SHUT THE MOUTH " | 
 
         

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