vena

(ve´nә) pl. ve´nae Latin word meaning vein.
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Vena

• (n.) A vein.
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vena

<anatomy> Any one of the great systemic veins connected directly with the heart. Vena contracta. The portal vein of the liver. ... A vein. Vena cava. ... Origin: L, literally, contracted vein, hollow vein. ... (11 Mar 1998) ...
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Vena

[Hindu King] In Hindu mythology, Vena was a great king. However, he became evil and corrupt. The world became so gloomy and dark that the earth-goddess Bhumidevi decided that she would not provide crops to humans anymore. She took form as a cow and went into hiding. Meanwhile, a group of Rishis killed Vena out of anger. They then rubbed the...
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Vena

Ve'na noun ; plural Venæ . [ Latin See Vein .] A vein. Vena cava ; plural Venæ cavæ . [ Latin , literally, hollow vein.] (Anat.) Any one of the great systemic veins connected directly with the heart. -- Vena contracta . [ ...
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vena

Latin, meaning: vein / stream / vein of ore / streak
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vena

Type: Term Pronunciation: vē′nă, -nē Synonyms: vein
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