extensor[ek sten′sər, -sôr′; ik-]
Origin: Late Latin extensor, stretcher ; from Classical Latin extensus: see extensible
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Origin: New Latin extēnsor, from Latin extēnsus, past participle of extendere, to stretch out; see extend.
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