Definition of plexor in English:

plexor

Syllabification: plex·or
Pronunciation: /ˈpleksər
 
/
(also plessor)

noun

A small hammer with a rubber head used to test reflexes and in medical percussion.
More example sentences
  • The pleximeter is held firmly into an intercostal space while two quick uniform taps with the plexor, using wrist action, are delivered to it.

Origin

mid 19th century: formed irregularly from Greek plēxis 'percussion' (from plēssein 'to strike') + -or1.

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