fallopian fal·lo·pi·an (fə-lō’pē-ən)
Described by or attributed to Italian anatomist Gabriello Fallopio.
[fuh-loh-pee-uh n] /fəˈloʊ pi ən/ noun 1. one of a pair of long, slender ducts in the female abdomen that transport ova from the ovary to the uterus and, in fertilization, transport sperm cells from the uterus to the released ova; the oviduct of higher mammals. /fəˈləʊpɪən/ noun 1. either of a pair of slender […]
Fallopio Fal·lo·pi·o (fə-lō’pē-ō, fä-lôp’yô), Gabriele. 1523-1562. Italian anatomist noted for his studies of the human reproductive system. The Fallopian tubes are named for him.
[fawl-out] /ˈfɔlˌaʊt/ noun 1. the settling to the ground of airborne particles ejected into the atmosphere from the earth by explosions, eruptions, forest fires, etc., especially such settling from nuclear explosions (radioactive fallout) Compare . 2. the particles themselves. Compare . 3. an unexpected or incidental effect, outcome, or product: the psychological fallout of being […]
[bend] /bɛnd/ verb (used with object), bent or (Archaic) bended; bending. 1. to force (an object, especially a long or thin one) from a straight form into a curved or angular one, or from a curved or angular form into some different form: to bend an iron rod into a hoop. 2. to direct or […]