Definition of Manyplies

1. n. The third division, or that between the reticulum, or honeycomb stomach, and the abomasum, or rennet stomach, in the stomach of ruminants; the omasum; the psalterium. So called from the numerous folds in its mucous membrane. See Illust of Ruminant.



Definition of Manyplies

1. Noun. An omasum ¹

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Definition of Manyplies

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Medical Definition of Manyplies

1. The third division, or that between the reticulum, or honeycomb stomach, and the abomasum, or rennet stomach, in the stomach of ruminants; the omasum; the psalterium. So called from the numerous folds in its mucous membrane. Origin: Many, adj. + plies, pl. Of ply a fold. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Manyplies

many an
many an(a)
many another(a)
many hands make light work
many happy returns
many more(a)
many thanks
manyata
manyatas
manyatta
manyattas
manycore
manyfold
manyness
manyogana
manyplies (current term)
manzamine
manzamines
manzanilla
manzanillas
manzanita
manzanitas
manzello
manzellos
manzil
manzils
manœuverability
manœuverable
manœuvreability
manœuvreable

Literary usage of Manyplies

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1. The Plough, the Loom, and the Anvil (1855)
"food for re-mastication, it is the cud-duct, together with the shut termination of the gullet approached to the shut inlet of the manyplies, which forms the ..."

2. Zoology: A Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits, Instincts by William Benjamin Carpenter (1848)
"It is at first very astonishing to see the food descending, sometimes into the paunch and sometimes into the manyplies, according as the deglutition is ..."

3. Zoology: Being a Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits by William Benjamin Carpenter (1857)
"It is at first very astonishing to see the food descending, sometimes into the paunch and sometimes into the manyplies, according as the deglutition is ..."

4. Zoology: Being a Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits by William Benjamin Carpenter, William Sweetland Dallas (1866)
"It is at first very astonishing to see the food descending, sometimes into the paunch and sometimes into the manyplies, according as the deglutition is ..."

5. The Physiology of the Domestic Animals: A Text-book for Veterinary and by Robert Meade Smith (1890)
"The contents of the reticulum thus find a means of read}' entrance into the manyplies, large particles being strained oil' by the papillae at the orifice of ..."

6. The London Medical Gazette (1836)
"This coat is remarkable for the number of longitudinal folds of its internal coat, and from which one of its names (manyplies) has been taken. (Fig. 50. ..."

7. Zoology: Being a Sketch of the Classification, Structure, Distribution, and by William Benjamin Carpenter (1844)
"It is at first very astonishing to see the food descending, sometimes into the paunch and sometimes into the manyplies, according as the deglutition is ..."

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