interanea


interanea
    Interanea, interaneorum, plu. num. neut. gene. Plin. Les entrailles.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • entrailles — [ ɑ̃traj ] n. f. pl. • 1160; bas lat. intralia « ce qui est à l intérieur », class. interanea;cf. a. fr. entraigne 1 ♦ Ensemble des organes enfermés dans l abdomen de l homme ou des animaux. ⇒ boyau, 2. intestin, tripe, viscère; abat. Les… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • entraña — (Del lat. interanea, intestinos.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 Conjunto de tripas, vísceras del animal y la persona. 2 Parte íntima, central o esencial de una cosa o asunto: ■ quiere llegar a la entraña del conflicto. SINÓNIMO alma meollo núcleo ►… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Entrails — En trails, n. pl. [F. entrailles, LL. intralia, intranea, fr. interaneum, pl. interanea, intestine, interaneus inward, interior, fr. inter between, among, within. See {Internal}.] 1. The internal parts of animal bodies; the bowels; the guts;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • entrails — noun plural Etymology: Middle English entrailles, from Anglo French, from Medieval Latin intralia, alteration of Latin interanea, plural of interaneum intestine, from neuter of interaneus interior Date: 14th century 1. bowels, viscera; broadly… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Порядок зигнемовые (Zygnematales) —         Нитчатые неветвящиеся ярко зеленые водоросли этого порядка чрезвычайно широко распространены в пресных водоемах всех континентов. Даже в холодных ручьях Антарктиды они, хотя и недолго (короткое летнее время), радуют глаз своей изумрудной… …   Биологическая энциклопедия

  • entrails — /en traylz, treuhlz/, n.pl. 1. the internal parts of the trunk of an animal body. 2. the intestines. 3. the internal parts of anything: the entrails of a machine. [1250 1300; ME entrailles < AF, MF < VL *interalia (cf. early ML intralia), alter …   Universalium

  • entrailles — (an trâ ll , ll mouillées, et non antrâ ye) s. f. 1°   Nom générique donné aux parties enfermées dans le tronc de l homme et des animaux, et particulièrement dans le ventre. •   Ils vidèrent les entrailles et embaumèrent le corps, VAUGEL. Q. C X …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • EXENTERATIO — poenae species, in laesae Maiestatis reos, apud Anglos, usitata, apud quos eorum interanea seu viscera extrahuntur ac comburuntur, Walsinghamus in Richardo II. Vide infra Viscera: uti Iustin. l. 1. c. 5. literis arcanis exinterato lepori inclusis …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • SCOLOPENDRA — quod σκόλοπα εν τῇ ἕδρᾳ, corniculum seu palum in extremo gestet, arabibus mater pedum quadraginta quatuor, dicitur, tot enim praecise habet; Hebraeis Gap desc: Hebrew i. e. centipeda, numerô incertô pro certo positô: marinum insectum est, de quo… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • entrails — [13] Entrails means literally just ‘insides’ – and indeed there is an unbroken semantic undercurrent to the word from earliest times to the present day signifying exactly that (as in ‘entrails of the earth’). It comes ultimately from the Latin… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • entrails — c.1300, from O.Fr. entrailles (12c.), from L.L. intralia inward parts, intestines (8c.), from L. interanea, neut. pl. of interaneus internal, that which is within, from inter between, among (see INTER (Cf. inter )) …   Etymology dictionary


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