Umbilical meaning

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Of, relating to, or resembling a navel or an umbilical cord.
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Located near the central area of the abdomen.
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An umbilical cord.
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Of or like an umbilicus, or navel, or an umbilical cord.
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Situated at or near the navel; central to the abdomen.
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Linked together by or as if by an umbilical cord.
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A flexible, detachable cable serving as a tether or supplying oxygen, electric power, etc. as to an astronaut or aquanaut.
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Any detachable cables, hoses, etc. connected to a rocket, etc. on its launch pad.
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Relating to or resembling a navel or an umbilical cord.
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Located near the central area of the abdomen.
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Of, or relating to, the navel (umbilicus) or the umbilical cord.
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(astronautics) A cord connecting an astronaut to a spacecraft or the like.
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Origin of umbilical

  • From Latin umbilicus (“navel").

    From Wiktionary