Innards



[in-erdz] /ˈɪn ərdz/

noun, (used with a plural verb)
1.
the internal parts of the body; entrails or viscera.
2.
the internal mechanism, parts, structure, etc., of something; the interior of something:
an engine’s innards.
/ˈɪnədz/
plural noun (informal)
1.
the internal organs of the body, esp the viscera
2.
the interior parts or components of anything, esp the working parts
n.

1825, innerds, dialectal variant of inwards “the bowels” (c.1300); see inward.

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