Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In anatomy and zoology, a nerve.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Any bundle of nerve fibers running to various organs and tissues of the body.
- n. any bundle of nerve fibers running to various organs and tissues of the body
“To give an idea of this, some phenomena may be mentioned, which by means of the string galvanometer have been investigated by Einthoven himself: the retina current (1908, 1909), the action currents in nervus vagus”
“This portion of the nerve is often described as the nervus intermedius.”
“The word nerve now applied to them is from the Latin nervus, which is traced back to the Sanskrit snavara, meaning a string or cord.”
“Then Miss Kinnian came to see me and she brout me some magizenes to reed, and she lookd kind of nervus and skared.”
“(I'm moderating this one, gosh I hope it goes okay * nervus*.)”
“Sending you lotsa good thots fur yr diss.defense, wo you r alert nd energized, eggsited but nawt nervus.”
“Mai gess wud be, her hazza nervus bowt teh playse, an waz hoping yu cud hide her frum it.”
“New Ruulz Nummer 24 6 38 pleez not tu eet da chocl possim unless nervus, splorted, widdl down, OK admit choclit possimz r de Nom.”
“I about as nervus as da kitteh wit da weird peeps lookin at it!”
“July 27, 2008 at 2:05 pm nervus tigger is .. nervus”
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