Vestibule

Vestibule or Vestibulum can have the following meanings, each primarily based upon a common origin, from early 17th century French, derived from Latin vestibulum, -i n. "entrance court". ==Anatomy== In general, vestibule is a small space or cavity at the beginning of a canal. ==Architecture== Related: ==Other== ...
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Vestibule

[architecture] A vestibule (l) is a lobby, entrance hall, or passage between the entrance and the interior of a building. The same term can apply to structures in modern or ancient roman architecture. In modern architecture vestibule typically refers to a small room or hall between an entrance and the interior of the building or house. In R
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vestibule

[n] - any of various bodily cavities leading to another cavity (as of the ear or vagina)
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Vestibule

Vestibule: In medicine and dentistry, a vestibule is a space or cavity at the entrance to a canal, channel, tube, vessel. In ancient Rome, the 'vestibulum' was an entrance or enclosed porch leading into the house.
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Vestibule

This is a passage, or hall, or room that is located between the outer door and the inner parts of a building. It acts as a lobby.
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Vestibule

Ves'ti·bule noun [ Latin vestibulum , of uncertain origin: confer French vestibule .] The porch or entrance into a house; a hall or antechamber next the entrance; a lobby; a porch; a hall. Vestibule of the ear . (Anat.) See under Ear . -- Vestibule of
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Vestibule

Ves'ti·bule transitive verb To furnish with a vestibule or vestibules. Brander Matthews.
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vestibule

The porch or entrance into a house; a hall or antechamber next the entrance; a lobby; a porch; a hall. Vestibule of the ear. ... <anatomy> A train of passenger cars having the space between the end doors of adjacent cars inclosed, so as to admit of leaving the doors open to provide for intercommunication between all the cars. ... Synonym: Hal
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vestibule

noun any of various bodily cavities leading to another cavity (as of the ear or vagina)
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vestibule

(ves´tĭ-būl) a space or cavity at the entrance to another structure. adj., vestib´ular, adj. .
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Vestibule

• (v. t.) To furnish with a vestibule or vestibules. • (n.) The porch or entrance into a house; a hall or antechamber next the entrance; a lobby; a porch; a hall.
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vestibule

(from the article `ear, human`) The two membranous sacs of the vestibule, the utricle and the saccule, are known as the otolith organs (Figure 4). Because they respond to ... The other divisions of the inner ear—the vestibule and the semicircular canals—are involved in the sense of equilibrium. Each has an organ containing ......
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vestibule

(from the article `mouth`) ...opens to the outside at the lips and empties into the throat at the rear; its boundaries are defined by the lips, cheeks, hard and soft palates, ...
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vestibule

(from the article `respiration, human`) Two regions of the nasal cavity have a different lining. The vestibule, at the entrance of the nose, is lined by skin that bears short thick hairs ... The shape of the nasal cavity is complex. The forward section, within and above each nostril, is called the vestibule. Behind the vestibule and alo...
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vestibule

  1. a large entrance or reception room or area
  2. any of various bodily cavities leading to another cavity (as of the ear or vagina)

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vestibule

Type: Term Pronunciation: ves′ti-byūl Definitions: 1. A small cavity or a space at the entrance of a canal. 2. Specifically, the central, somewhat ovoid, cavity of the osseous labyrinth communicating with the semicircular canals posteriorly and the cochlea anteriorly. Synonyms: vestibulum...
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VESTIBULE

Outer portion of the vagina into which the urethra (the connecting tube from the urinary bladder) empties.
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VESTIBULE

(of Ear)The oval cavity within the bony laryrinth that is a confluence for the endolymph.
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vestibule

Latin vestibulum = entrance hall.
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vestibule

(ves;tu1-byool) A space or cavity at the entrance to a canal, especially that of the nose, inner ear, or vagina.
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vestibule

(ves;tu1-byool) A space or cavity at the entrance to a canal, especially that of the nose, inner ear, or vagina.
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Vestibule

The bony cavity located in the inner ear.
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