Simone (simɔ̃), original name Simone Kaminker. 1921–85, French stage and film actress, whose films include La Ronde (1950), Casque d’Or (1952), Room at the Top (1958), and Ship of Fools (1965): married the actor and singer Yves Montand (1921–91)
noun 1. Zoology. an S -shaped curve in a body part. 2. Also called sigmoid colon. an S -shaped curve of the large intestine between the descending colon and the rectum. sigmoid flexure noun 1. (zoology) an S-shaped curve, as in the necks of certain birds sigmoid flexure n. The S-shaped section of the colon […]
sigmoidectomy sig·moid·ec·to·my (sĭg’moi-děk’tə-mē) n. Excision of the sigmoid colon.
- Sigmoid artery
sigmoid artery n. Any of the arteries with their origin in the inferior mesenteric artery, with distribution to the descending colon and sigmoid flexure, and with anastomoses to the left colic and superior rectal arteries.
adjective 1. shaped like the letter C. 2. shaped like the letter S. 3. of, relating to, or situated near the sigmoid flexure of the large intestine. adjective 1. shaped like the letter S 2. of or relating to the sigmoid colon of the large intestine noun 3. See sigmoid colon sigmoid sig·moid (sĭg’moid’) or […]
noun, plural signories. 1. seigniory. noun, plural seigniories. 1. the power or authority of a seignior. 2. History/Historical. a lord’s domain. noun (pl) -gnories 1. a variant spelling of seigniory noun (pl) -gniories, -gnories 1. less common names for a seigneury 2. (in England) the fee or manor of a seignior; a feudal domain 3. […]