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Perforating; specifically (Anatomy) designating blood vessels that perforate other structures.
Mid 18th century. Either from classical Latin perforant-, perforāns, present participle of perforāre, or from French perforant, use as adjective of present participle of perforer. Compare Italian perforante.
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