Juxta meaning

jukstə
Near, beside, close by.

Juxtapose.

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In males of most species of order Lepidoptera, an organ that supports the aedeagus and is located between the two valvae.
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Origin of juxta

  • Fr < L juxta, near, beside < IE *yugistos, superl. of base *yug-, closely connected, var. of *yeug- > yoke

    From Webster's New World College Dictionary, 5th Edition

  • From Latin iuxta.

    From Wiktionary