Body part whose name comes from the Latin for "little mouse" crossword clue


This crossword clue Body part whose name comes from the Latin for "little mouse" was discovered last seen in the March 3 2021 at the New York Times Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 6 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with M and can be found at the end of E. We think MUSCLE is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for Body part whose name comes from the Latin for "little mouse"

Clue Answer
Body part whose name comes from the Latin for "little mouse" MUSCLE
“___ Anybody Seen My Gal?” (1952 musical) HAS
— Sea, body of water between Australia and southwest New Guinea ARAFURA
___-body dualism MIND
___ to Joy (Beethoven work that plays during the Everybody Loves Raymond opening credits) ODE
___ Sea (shrunken body of water) ARAL
___ Rydell singer who played the role of Hugo Peabody in the 1963 musical comedy film Bye Bye Birdie BOBBY
___ Romano Everybody Loves Raymond actor RAY
___ of California (body of water bordering Mexico) GULF
___ Act with Hasan Minhaj comedy web TV talk show that won the Peabody Award in 2019 PATRIOT
Worldwide youth organization that promotes developing a healthy body mind and spirit which is headquartered in Geneva Switzerland: Abbr. YMCA
Words from somebody with a weak hand WSJ IPASS
Word that precedes "Is anybody home?" HELLO
Why did the ___ cross the road? To get to the body shop SKELETON
Whom nobody plays with SOLOARTIST
Whom "everybody loves" RAYBARONE
Where nobody puts Baby, according to Johnny INACORNER
Walt ___ poet who was part transcendentalist part realist and who wrote I Sing the Body Electric WHITMAN
Walt Whitman "I ___ the Body Electric" SING
Video game series in which a hooded Mickey Mouse asks, "Say, fellas, did somebody mention the Door to Darkness?" KINGDOMHEARTS
Vast body of water SEA
Van Halen's Somebody Get ___ Doctor (2 wds.) MEA
Use Somebody rockers Kings of ___ LEON
US espionage body (1,1,1) CIA
Upper-body undergarments sold by TomboyX BRAS
Upper-body muscle, for short DELT

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