Organonymy
Organonymy Or`ga*non"y*my, n. [Organo- + Gr.?, for ?, a name.] (Biol.) The designation or nomenclature of organs. --B. G. Wilder. [1913 Webster]

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  • organonymy — The nomenclature of the organs of the body, as distinguished from toponymy. [organo + G. onyma, name] …   Medical dictionary

  • toponymy — Topical or regional nomenclature, as distinguished from organonymy. [topo + G. onyma, name] * * * to·pon·y·my (to ponґĭ me) [topo + Gr. onoma name] terminology pertaining to the regions of the body …   Medical dictionary

  • organ- — combining form or organo Etymology: Middle English, from Medieval Latin, from Latin organum more at organ I 1 …   Useful english dictionary

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