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vis·cer·a / ˈvisərə/ • pl. n. (sing. vis·cus / ˈviskəs/ ) the internal organs in the main cavities of the body, esp. those in the abdomen, e.g., the intestines.

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viscera

viscera (vis-er-ă) pl. n. (sing. viscus) the organs within the body cavities, especially the organs of the abdominal cavities.
visceral (vis-er-ăl) adj.

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viscera

viscera The organs within a body cavity, used especially for the abdominal viscera—liver, spleen, gastro‐intestinal tract, kidneys, etc.

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viscera

viscera XVII. — L., pl. of vīscus VISCUS.

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