abdominal[ ab-dom-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF abdominal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABDOMINAL
Pleopoda: abdominal legs of larva: posterior legs of an adult.
Rhabdopoda: clasping organs of the 9th abdominal segment of male.
Urite: an abdominal segment and, specifically, its ventral portion.
Abdominal segment of a caterpillar to show the position of the tubercles.
Is made for the use of women, for reducing hip and abdominal measure.
It would be better to let these get into the abdominal organs and then take other food.
The membrane lining the abdominal cavity and enfolding its organs.
They may probably be directly compared with the abdominal legs of Myriopods.
The abdominal binder may be worn for the first three months.
This should be combined with the free exercise of the lungs and the abdominal muscles.
1550s, from medical Latin abdominalis, from abdomen (genitive abdominis); see abdomen.