Auricular meaning

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Of or relating to the sense of hearing or the organs of hearing.
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Perceived by or spoken into the ear.

An auricular confession.

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Shaped like an ear or an earlobe; having earlike parts or extensions.
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Of or relating to an auricle of the heart.

Auricular fibrillation.

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Of or near the ear, or having to do with the sense of hearing.
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Received by or spoken directly into the ear; private.

An auricular confession.

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Shaped like an ear.
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Of an auricle.
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Any of the feathers covering the opening of a bird's ear.
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Of or relating to the sense of hearing or the organs of hearing.
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Shaped like an ear or an earlobe; having earlike parts or extensions.
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Of or relating to an auricle of the heart.

Auricular fibrillation.

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Of or pertaining to the ear.
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Of or pertaining to the sense of hearing.

The auricular nerves were damaged.

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Told in the ear, i. e., told privately; as, auricular confession to the priest.
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Recognized by the ear; known by the sense of hearing; as, auricular evidence.
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Received by the ear; known by report.
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(anatomy) Pertaining to the auricles of the heart.
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The little finger.
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Origin of auricular

Middle English auriculer spoken into the ear from Late Latin auriculāris from Latin auricula ear auricle