English vocabulary Relating to Body

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aquiline

adjective
(of a person's nose) thin and curved in a way that resembles an eagle's beak

beady

adjective
(of a person's eyes) small, round and bright because of interest or greed

bleary

adjective
(of the eyes) dimmed and unfocused because of exhaustion

bloodshot

adjective
(of the eyes) red with blood and inflamed, caused by lack of sleep

to breathe

verb
to exhale and inhale; to take air in and out of one’s lungs

to cap

verb
to put an artificial covering on a tooth either for protection or as a decoration

corneal

adjective
(anatomy) relating to the protective clear layer of the outer eye or cornea

cranial

adjective
(anatomy) relating to the bone structure that surrounds the brain, also known as cranium

cross-eyed

adjective
having a condition in which the eyes do not align properly and turn toward the nose

deep-set

adjective
(of the eyes) appearing to be quite back or deep in the face

duodenal

adjective
affecting or relating to the top part of the small intestine, called duodenum

intestinal

adjective
connected with or affecting the intestines

jugular

adjective
located in or connected with the throat or neck

motor

adjective
(anatomy) connected with the neurons that control the muscle movements

muscular

adjective
relating to or affecting the muscles

nasal

adjective
(medical) connected with the nose

oral

adjective
connected with the mouth or the surface where the mouth is located

pancreatic

adjective
(anatomy) connected with the organ that controls blood sugar, called pancreas

pelvic

adjective
(anatomy) connected with the curved set of bones at the bottom of the body, called pelvis

physical

adjective
related to the body rather than the mind

physically

adverb
in relation to the body as opposed to the mind

renal

adjective
(medical) involving or relating to the kidneys

retinal

adjective
(anatomy) connected with the sensory part of the eye that sends signals to the brain, called retina

rheumy

adjective
(of the eyes) being red and watery as a result of sadness, old age or disease

spinal

adjective
(anatomy) relating to or forming the backbone or the spinal cord

stubby

adjective
being short and thick

sunken

adjective
(of someone's cheeks or eyes) being hollow and curving inwards because of old age, hunger or disease

unfocused

adjective
(especially of the eyes) lacking a clear vision; not focused

uterine

adjective
(anatomy) relating to the womb or uterus

vertebral

adjective
(anatomy) related to any of the series of the bones from the back, called vertebra

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