Venter meaning

vĕntər
The belly or underside.

A snake with a yellowish venter.

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The swollen lower portion of an archegonium containing the egg.
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The womb of a woman identified as the mother of a child.
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The womb.
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(obsolete) A vendor.
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A woman with offspring.
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(anatomy) A protuberant, usually hollow structure, notably:
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A broad, shallow concavity, notably of a bone.
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One who vents, who is vocal about feelings or problems.
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Origin of venter

  • Anglo-Norman from Latin

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin venter (“belly, womb, offspring").

    From Wiktionary

  • Cognate with Dutch venter.

    From Wiktionary

  • vent + -er.

    From Wiktionary