noun wea·sand \ˈwē-zənd, ˈwi-zən(d)\

Definition of WEASAND

:  throat, gullet; also :  trachea

Origin of WEASAND

Middle English wesand, from Old English *wǣsend gullet; akin to Old English wāsend gullet, Old High German weisunt windpipe
First Known Use: before 12th century


noun wea·sand \ˈwēz-ənd, ˈwiz-ən(d)\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of WEASAND

:  throat, gullet; also :  windpipe


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