testis

Latin, meaning: one who gives evidence, witness, spectator / testicle.
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testis

A male reproductive organ in which spermatozoa are produced.
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testis

[n] - one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens
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Testis

Testicle.
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Testis

Testis: The testis (or testicle) is the male sex gland. A pair of testes are located behind the penis in a pouch of skin called the scrotum. The testes have two functions: one in regard to sperm and the other in regard to hormones. The testes produce and store sperm. The testes are also the body's main source of male hormones (testosterone) which c...
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Testis

Tes'tis noun ; plural Testes . [ Latin ] (Anat.) A testicle.
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testis

testicle noun one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens; `she kicked him in the balls and got away`
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testis

(tes┬┤tis) the male gonad; either of the paired, egg-shaped glands normally found in the scrotum. The testes produce the spermatozoa (the male reproductive cells) and testosterone (the male sex hormone), which is responsible for the secondary sex characters of the male. See also castration. Called also testicle.
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Testis

• (n.) A testicle.
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testis

in animals, the organ that produces sperm (q.v.), the male reproductive cell. In humans the testis is either of the paired, oval-shaped organs that ... [28 related articles]
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testis

testis A witness. One who gives evidence in court, or who witnesses a document. A testimony consists of evidence given by a competent witness under oath or affirmation; as distinguished from evidence derived from writings, and other sources. In common parlance, 'testimony' and 'evidence' are synonymous. Testimony properly means only such evidence ...
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testis

testis (tes'tis) or testicle (tes'tikul) , one of a pair of glands that produce the male reproductive cells, or sperm. In fetal life the testes develop in the abdomen, then descend into an external sac, the scrotum. A testis is composed of about 800 coiled seminiferous tubules whose linings ...
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testis

Organ that produces sperm in male (and hermaphrodite) animals. In vertebrates it is one of a pair of oval structures that are usually internal, but in mammals (other than elephants and marine mammals), the paired testes (or testicles) descend from the body cavity during development, to hang outside t...
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testis

Latin testiculus = the male gonad. From Latin testis = a witness. Under Roman law, no man could bear witness (testify) unless he possessed both testes. Plural - testes.
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testis

(tes;tis) The primary reproductive organ of a male that produces spermatozoa and male sex hormones.
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testis

One of two egg-shaped glands inside the scrotum that produce sperm and male hormones. Also called testicle.
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testis

one who gives evidence, witness, spectator / testicle.
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