Definition of biliary
: of, relating to, or conveying bile; also : affecting the bile-conveying structures
Origin of biliary
French biliare, from Latin bilis
First Known Use: 1731
Rhymes with biliary
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Medical Definition of biliary
1: of, relating to, or conveying bile <biliary stasis>
2: affecting the bile-conveying structures <biliary disorders>
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