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Why the name "Suprainiac Fossa"?
Mainly because it's fun to say out loud and impossible to read without sounding it out in your head.
What does it mean?
fossa /fos·sa/ (fos´ah) pl. fos´sae [L.] a trench or channel; in anatomy, a hollow or depressed area
suprainiac fossa a horizontal oval-shaped depression located on the occipital plane of the skull; a diagnostic trait of Neanderthals