viscera

Innard vs Viscera - What's the difference?

innard | viscera |


As nouns the difference between innard and viscera

is that innard is entrail; gut; intestine while viscera is viscus.

As an adverb innard

is .

Racecar vs Viscera - What's the difference?

racecar | viscera |


As nouns the difference between racecar and viscera

is that racecar is while viscera is viscus.

Viscera - What does it mean?

viscera | |

Viscera vs Intuitive - What's the difference?

viscera | intuitive |


As nouns the difference between viscera and intuitive

is that viscera is viscus while intuitive is one who has (especially parapsychological) intuition.

As an adjective intuitive is

spontaneous, without requiring conscious thought.

Taxonomy vs Viscera - What's the difference?

taxonomy | viscera |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and viscera

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while viscera is viscus.

Viscera vs Edibleoffal - What's the difference?

viscera | edibleoffal |

Viscera vs Giblets - What's the difference?

viscera | giblets |


As nouns the difference between viscera and giblets

is that viscera is viscus while giblets is the internal organs of poultry birds, these organs being used as food.

Viscera vs Perivisceral - What's the difference?

viscera | perivisceral |


As a noun viscera

is viscus.

As an adjective perivisceral is

(anatomy) around the viscera.

Viscera vs Visceroskeletal - What's the difference?

viscera | visceroskeletal |


As a noun viscera

is viscus.

As an adjective visceroskeletal is

(anatomy) of or pertaining to the framework, or skeleton, of the viscera.

Viscera vs Visceroatrial - What's the difference?

viscera | visceroatrial |


As a noun viscera

is viscus.

As an adjective visceroatrial is

of or pertaining to the viscera of the atrium of the heart.

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