Visceral

• (a.) Fig.: Having deep sensibility. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the viscera; splanchnic.
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visceral

<anatomy> From viscus, pertaining to a viscus. ... Origin: L. Visceralis ... (13 Oct 1997) ...
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visceral

(L. visceralis), from viscus a viscus) pertaining to a viscus.
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visceral

(vis;er-al) Pertaining to the membranous covering of the viscera.
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visceral

(vis´әr-әl) pertaining to a viscus.
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visceral

splanchnic adjective relating to or affecting the viscera; `visceral bleeding`; `a splanchnic nerve`
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Visceral

Vis'cer·al adjective [ Confer French viscéral , Late Latin visceralis .] 1. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the viscera; splanchnic. 2. Fig.: Having deep sensibility. [ R.] Bp. Reynolds. Visceral arches (Anat.) , the bars or ridges betwee...
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visceral

adjective, Latin viscus = an internal organ.
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Visceral

Concerned with the internal organs, including the heart, lungs, liver and stomach.
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visceral

Having to do with the viscera, which are the soft internal organs of the body, including the lungs, the heart, and the organs of the digestive, excretory, reproductive, and circulatory systems.
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visceral

obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning
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visceral

obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning
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visceral

of the internal organs of the body 
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visceral

of the organs of the body
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Visceral

Relating to deep inner feelings rather than to the intellect.
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visceral

Type: Term Pronunciation: vis′ĕr-ăl Definitions: 1. Relating to the viscera. Synonyms: splanchnic
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visceral

visceral 1. A reference to the viscus or to the viscera 2. Indicating hollow organs.
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Visceral

Visceral: Referring to the viscera, the internal organs of the body, specifically those within the chest (as the heart or lungs) or abdomen (as the liver, pancreas or intestines). In a figurative sense, something 'visceral' is felt 'deep down.' It is a 'gut feeling.'
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visceral

[adj] - relating to or affecting the viscera
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