Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or discovered by Gabriel Fallopius, or Fallopio, a famous Italian anatomist (1523–62). He published his discovery of the Fallopian tubes in 1561.
- The Fallopian aqueduct.
- adj. Alternative form of Fallopian.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Anat.) Pertaining to, or discovered by, Fallopius.
“They are small, fan shaped glands, and are connected with the uterus by small ducts which are known as the fallopian tubes.”
“This tube you will remember is called the fallopian tube.”
“How sperm is introduced into a female from a male or from a turkey baster and travels to the egg, whether through the fallopian tubes or test tubes.”
“Examine your fallopian tubes, the balance between your fiery ovaries and steadfast uterus, in relation to creative and intimate partnerships.”
“Focus on the left fallopian tube if you are refining your relationship to the feminine or other creative connections.”
“As the connection between the ovaries and uterus, the fallopian tubes symbolize the health of your creative partnerships.”
“The fallopian tubes sustain the connection between them.”
“Try to visualize as well as sense the energetic and physical fallopian tube connection on your right and left sides.”
“The fallopian tubes are symbolic of the creative partnerships and tensions that enable a woman to manifest her creative visions.”
“I guided her in an exercise that focused her breath and attention on the left fallopian tube, the connection between the left ovary and uterus.”
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