intestines

  • 1 intestines — bowels, 1590s, from L. intestina, neut. pl. of intestinus (adj.) internal, inward, intestine, from intus within, on the inside (see ENTO (Cf. ento )). Cf. Skt. antastyam, Gk. entosthia bowels. The O.E. word was hropp, lit. rope …

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  • 2 intestines — tenves, Lactes plurali numero …

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  • 3 Intestines — Intestine In*tes tine, n.; pl. {Intestines}. [L. intestinum: cf. F. intestin. See {Intestine}, a.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Anat.) That part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus. See Illust. of Digestive apparatus. [1913 Webster] 2 …

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  • 4 intestines — plural noun the intestines are used in pet foods Syn: gut, guts, entrails, viscera; informal insides, innards …

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  • 5 intestines — I (Roget s IV) pl.n. Syn. entrails, bowels, viscera, vitals, digestive organs, visceral parts, splanchnic parts, guts, innards*; see also abdomen , insides . Parts of the human intestine include: large intestine, colon, cecum, small intestine,… …

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  • 6 intestines — n. system of internal canals in the lower abdomen in which food is digested in·tes·tine || ɪn testɪn n. one of two canals in the lower abdomen in which food is digested adj. internal (especially as pertaining to the inner affairs of a… …

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  • 7 intestines — n. pl. Entrails, bowels, viscera, inwards, insides, guts …

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  • 8 intestines —   Na au; na ana au (small); uha (large) …

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  • 9 intestines — n bowels, guts, entrails, insides, colon, offal, viscera, vitals COLLOQ. innards …

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  • 10 Vasa recta (intestines) — Infobox Artery Name = PAGENAME Latin = GraySubject = 248 GrayPage = 1175 Caption = Caption2 = BranchFrom = BranchTo = Vein = Supplies = MeshName = MeshNumber = DorlandsPre = DorlandsSuf = For the kidney structure, see vasa recta Vasa recta are… …

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  • 11 Guttys — intestines …

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  • 12 Imperial Crypt Vaults — The Imperial Crypt Vaults are the various chambers of the Imperial Crypt in Vienna in which most members of the senior lines of the Habsburg dynasty, the hereditary Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, have been entombed, beginning in 1632.The… …

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  • 13 Offal — Some offal dishes, like pâté, are considered gourmet food. Offal can also be a cheaper type …

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  • 14 Chitterlings — (  /ˈtʃɪt …

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  • 15 en1 —     en1     English meaning: in, *into, below     Deutsche Übersetzung: “in”     Note: (: *n̥; Slav. also *on?); eni, n(e)i; perhaps also n̥dhi (ending as epi, obhi etc. perhaps related to loc. in i, if if not even created after it).     Material …

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  • 16 Cervelat — A grilled cervelat with its ends cut open in the traditional Swiss manner. Cervelat, also cervelas, servelat or zervelat, is a kind of cooked sausage produced mainly in Switzerland, Alsace and in parts of Germany.[1] The modern Swiss …

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  • 17 Eubacterium — A genus containing more than 40 species of anaerobic, nonsporeforming, nonmotile bacteria containing straight or curved Gram positive rods which usually occur singly, in pairs, or in short chains. Usually these organisms attack carbohydrates.… …

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  • 18 Haggis — is a traditional Scottish dish.There are many recipes, most of which have in common the following ingredients: sheep s pluck (heart, liver and lungs), minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally boiled… …

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  • 19 Helminth — A worm classified as a parasite. (A parasite is a disease causing organism that lives on or in a human or another animal and derives its nourishment from its host.) Lice are examples of parasites that live on humans; bacteria and viruses are… …

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  • 20 INTESTIN — On sait que l’intestin humain est un organe de forme tubulaire (2 cm de diamètre, 7 m de longueur), replié à l’intérieur de la cavité abdominale. Il complète et achève la digestion des aliments et il réalise l’absorption des constituants… …

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