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(PLY-kuh), plural plicae (PLI-see, -kee)
1. A fold, especially of skin.
2. Hair in dirty, matted form.
[From Medieval Latin, fold, from Latin plicare, to fold.]
"He underwent knee surgery during the summer to remove a plica ... from
his left knee."
Tom Kensler; Sights Are Set on Sydney; The Denver Post; May 13, 1997.
Every man in the world is better than someone else. And not as good as
someone else. -William Saroyan, writer (1908-1981)