Weasand definitions

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The gullet or throat.
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The gullet or throat.
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The oesophagus; the windpipe; the trachea.
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The throat in general.
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Origin of weasand

From Middle English wesand, wesande, from Old English wÇ£send, wāsend (“weasand, windpipe, gullet"), from Proto-Germanic *waisundiz (“windpipe, gullet"), from Proto-Indo-European *weys- (“to flow, run"). Cognate with Old Frisian wāsende, wāsande (“weasand"), Middle High German weisant (“windpipe"), Bavarian Waisel, Wasel, Wasling (“the gullet of ruminating animals").