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viscus

noun vis·cus \ˈvis-kəs\
plural vis·cera \ˈvi-sə-rə\

Definition of VISCUS

1
:  an internal organ of the body; especially :  one (as the heart, liver, or intestine) located in the great cavity of the trunk proper
2
plural :  heart 4

Origin of VISCUS

Latin (plural viscera)
First Known Use: 1651

Rhymes with VISCUS

viscus

noun vis·cus \ˈvis-kəs\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural vis·cera \ˈvis-ə-rə\

Medical Definition of VISCUS

:  an internal organ of the body; especially :  one (as the heart, liver, or intestine) located in the large cavity of the trunk

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