extrinsic

[adj] - not forming an essential part of a thing or arising or originating from the outside
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Extrinsic

Of or relating to an organ or structure, originating outside the part where it is found or upon which it acts
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Extrinsic

Extrinsic: 1. Not an essential or inherent part of a something such as a structure. 2. Coming from the outside. Extrinsic forces can mold the head before birth. From the Latin extrinsecus meaning from outside. The opposite of extrinsic is intrinsic.
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Extrinsic

Ex·trin'sic adjective [ Latin extrinsecus ; exter on the outside + secus otherwise, beside; akin to English second : confer French extrinsèque . See Exterior , Second .] 1. Not contained in or belonging to a body; external; outward; unessent...
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extrinsic

1. Not contained in or belonging to a body; external; outward; unessential; opposed to intrinsic. 'The extrinsic aids of education and of artificial culture.' (I. Taylor) ... 2. <anatomy> Attached partly to an organ or limb and partly to some other part said of certain groups of muscles. Opposed to intrinsic. ... Origin: L. Extrinsecus; exter...
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extrinsic

adjective not forming an essential part of a thing or arising or originating from the outside; `extrinsic evidence`; `an extrinsic feature of the new building`; `that style is something extrinsic to the subject`; `looking for extrinsic aid`
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extrinsic

(ek-strin´zik) of external origin.
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Extrinsic

• (a.) Attached partly to an organ or limb and partly to some other part/ -- said of certain groups of muscles. Opposed to intrinsic. • (a.) Not contained in or belonging to a body; external; outward; unessential; -- opposed to intrinsic.
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Extrinsic

(Lat. exter, out + secus, beside) Having external value. Value in the relation of wholes to other wholes. -- J.K.F.
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extrinsic

Type: Term Pronunciation: eks-trin′sik Definitions: 1. Originating outside of the part where found or on which it acts; denoting especially a muscle, such as extrinsic muscles of hand.
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extrinsic

Latin extrinsecus = from without, hence (usually) a muscle (usually) originating outside the part on which it acts.
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extrinsic

(eks-trin;sik) Pertaining to an outside or external origin.
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extrinsic

(eks-trin;sik) Pertaining to an outside or external origin.
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Extrinsic

Foreign, from outside sources.
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Extrinsic

Having its origin outside the limits of an organ with which it is associated.
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extrinsic

not forming an essential part of a thing
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