viscus definition by Webster's New World
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Origin: Classical Latin
viscus definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Singular of viscera.
Variant of viscera
plural noun sing. viscus
the internal organs of the body, esp. of the thorax and abdomen, as the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, intestines, etc.; specif., in popular usage, the intestines
Origin: Classical Latin plural of viscus, an inner part of the body