salpinx

(from the article `wind instrument`) ...a eucalyptus branch, often hollowed out by termites. From the New Kingdom of Egypt in the tomb of Tutankhamen (14th century ) was found the ...
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salpinx

(sal´pinks) fallopian tube. eustachian tube.
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salpinx

[n] - a tube in the uterus or the ear
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Salpinx

• (n.) The Eustachian tube, or the Fallopian tube.
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salpinx

noun a tube in the uterus or the ear
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Salpinx

Sal'pinx noun [ New Latin , from Greek ..., ..., a trumpet.] (Old Anat.) The Eustachian tube, or the Fallopian tube.
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salpinx

ancient Greek trumpet
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salpinx

Fallopian tube
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salpinx

Greek = trumpet; hence, the uterine or auditory tube, each of which is trumpet-shaped.
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Salpinx

trumpet.
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Salpinx

Trumpet.
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salpinx

Type: Term Pronunciation: sal′pingks, sal-pin′jēz Synonyms: uterine tube
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