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LAP LAPAROCELE LAPEL

~ LAP         id+ | FLAP |      sug> SKIRT
              id+ | LAP also is TO COIL or WRAP |
              ply> | RUNNERS COUNT LOOPS as LAPS |
~ LAPARO~     id+ | prefix LOIN  FLANK in the sense
                    LAP as a WRAP |
~ LAPAROCELE  id+ | ABDOMINAL HERNIA or
                    see> CELE for CAVITATED TUMOR |
~ LAPEL       id+ | LOOSE EDGE |
              id+ | LIP |        sug> SLIP
  id+ | ANIMALS LAP or TAKE UP LIQUID WITH
        A FOLDED TONGUE |        sug> GULP
  id+ | FOLDED SKIRT TO CATCH SOMETHING |
  id+ | LICK |
  id+ | formerly FEMENINE PUDENDA |
        note axis LIP LAP FLAP LOOP
  lat      LAPSUM = SLIP  FALL  sug> COLLAPSE
  eng      LAPSE    SLIPPAGE    sug> ELAPSE
  lat      LABI     TO SLIP or TO FAIL as in
           LABILIS  LABILE or LIKELY TO FAIL
  old eng  LAP      FOLD of a ROBE or SKIRT
                    HELD TO CONTAIN or CATCH
                    also FEMALE PUDENDA
  lat      LABIUM   or
  eng      LIP      EDGE BRIM MARGIN
  lat      LAMBERE  LICK or LAP in the sense
  biol>             FOLDED TONGUE TO CATCH FOOD
  sp       LAMER    same
  olf fr   LAMPER   GUZZLE
           LAMPON   DRINKING SONG
  eng      LAMPOON  ABUSIVE SATIRIC SONG
  lit+ "CLITORIS IS A SMALL BODY ...
        PLACED IN THE HEIGHT OF THE LAP"
  in "The Body of Man"  by Shakespeare [#]
  biol> med> LAPAROSCOPY and LAPAROTOMY
             refer to OPENING into WHAT IS
  LAPPED or WRAPPED BY THE ABDOMINAL WALLS
  LAPAROSCOPE is an ENDOSCOPE INSERTED INTO
  THE VENTRAL CAVITY or PERITONEAL CAVITY
  cont> see> LAPSE   see> LIP
        

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