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MEANING
USAGE
resentment
experience of negative emotion
goad
provoke
prod
poke
wheedle
pursuade
cajole
pursuade
Etymology
study of origin of words and the way in which their meaning have changed throughout history.
syllable
phonological building blocks of words
altercation
noisy argument or controvercy
altercation in the parliament
anthropological
scientific study of the behaviour and the physical, social, and cultural development of humans.
ambivalence
uncertainity or fluctuation
affluence
abundance flow of money
opulence
abundance greater than affluence
malign
to make evil statements
pagan
followers of the polythestic religion
prurient
having or encouraging excessive interest in sexual matters
anthropos
Root word of mankind
adjectives
describes the noun
ascetic
a person who dedicates his or her life to a pursuit of contemplative ideals and practices extreme self-denial or self- mortification for religious reasons.
contemplate
think about or look at thoughfully
mortify
1.Cause someone to feel ashamed or embarrsed or humiliated. 2. Subdue by self-denial or discipline
Subdue
Bring under control by force
Misogynist
woman hater
equivocate
using ambigous language so as to conceal the truth.
philander
readily or frequently enter into casual sexual relationship with women
introvert
shy, self-centered or whose thoughts are turned inwards
adverbs
formed by adding -ly to adjectives
renunciate
reject
latent
inactive or not open
bumble
act in faltering manner
falter
loss of courage or confidence
virtuoso
person highly skilled in artistic pursuit
refrain
stop oneself from doing something
dawdle
slow or waste time
radical
relating to fundamental nature
radical change
obscure
not easily seen or understood,conceal,hide
obscure the truth
discernible
noticeable or perceptible
discernible effect
absurd
illogical or senseless
ounce
unit of mass
eternal
lasting for ever
insatiable
impossible to satisfy
insatiable desire
compulsive
doing something persistently and repetitively
compulsive behaviour
insidious
proceeding in a gradual way with harmful effects.
treacherous
guilty of involving in betrayal, disloyal
treacherous friend
spout
to speak
airy
delicate
labouring
doing unpleasant work
delusion
strong belief
senility
old age
springboard
Flexible board used to obtain added impetus
impetus
stimulation
despite
in spite of
assimilate
understand
austere
strict,severe and having no comforts
austere existence
aboveboard
legitimate, honest and open, transparent
known for aboveboard dealing
ruthless
showing no pity or compassion to others
ruthless desire
egoist
selfish
amorous
showing or feeling sexually
amorous conquest
vanquish
to defeat or conquer
obnoxious
extremely unpleasant or annoying
nauseam
disgusting
conceit
boasting oneself
egotist
height of being conceit
altruist
unselfish concern for welfare of others
probe
exploratory action
futile
incapable of producing any useful results
nag
to annoy persistently by finding faults
solitude
state of seclusion or isolation
seclude
keep away from other people
vital
concerned with
inhibit
restrain or hinder or prevent
propreity
state of quality of conforming to conventionally accepted standards of behaviour or morals.
extrovert
opposite of introvert or turns thoughts outwards
ambivert
being introvert and extrovert equally
cynical
distrustful of human sincerity or integrity
embitterd
to arouse bitter feelings
crook
bent
misanthrope
human hater
scorn
feeling others as worthless
spouse
partner in a marriage
misogamist
marriage hater
austerity
state of being austere
abstinence
Self-enforced restraint from indulging in bodily activities that are widely experienced as giving pleasure
fleshly
related to human desire
earthly
related to human life on earth
egocentric
considering yourself to be at the centre of the universe
egomaniac
if egoism have become a morbid obsession
morbid
affected by disease
Altruism
philosophy practiced by altruits
Altruistic
actions look towards the benefit of others.
profanity
vulgar
profane language
obscenity
Act or statement which strongly offends the prevalent morality
recourse
a source of help in a difficult situation
I need a recourse
temperament
manner of thinking , behaving, or reacting characteristics of a specific person
alter ego
an intimate friend or second self
intimate
close acquaintance, association, or familiarity
cognitive
conscious intellectual activity
summon
urgently demand
alter
to change
alternative
a choice
alternate
to substitute
verto, versus
to turn
ambidextrous
able to use both hands with equal skill or both hands are equal to right hands.
condemn
openly criticize in public
dexterous
skilful
perilous
full of danger or risk
perilous journey through hostile territory
dexter
right hand in Latin
sinister
Left hand in Latin
droit
Right hand in French
gauche
Left hand in French
Left-handed
awkward,
sinister
threatening, evil or dangerous
stuttering
stammering
clumsiness
lacking skill or lacking dexterity
gaucherie
awkward,embarrasing,clumsy,tactless way of saying things or handling situations
finesse
skilful, tactful in handling situations
finesse a deal
adroit
skilful
misein
hate in Greek
gyne
woman in Greek
andros
male in Greek
gamos
marriage in Greek
philanthropist
one who loves mankind and shows such love by making substantial financial contributions to charitable organizations or by donating time and energy to people in need
gynaecologist
medical specialist who treats female disorders
bigamy
two marriages
polygyny
man marrying many women
polyandry
woman marrying many men
hermit
sage
hermit crab
fleshpot
place offering sensual entertainment
convival
feast
convival gathering
comprehension
through understanding
ailment
disease
gin
spirit(alcohol)
incredulous
unwilling or unable to believe something
cupful
as much as a cup can hold
obstetrician
delivers babies and takes care of the mother during and immediately after pregnancy
malady
ailment or disease
suffering from malady
inoculation
introduction of antigenic substance or vaccine into body to produce immunity to a specific disease
paediatrician
child doctor
gamut
complete range
running the gamut
dermatologist
skin doctor
opthalmologist
eyes doctor
clubfoot
congenital deformity where toes, knee are turned
congenital
present from birth
orthopaedist
bone doctor
cardiologist
heart doctor
neurologist
brain doctor
psychiatrist
mental disorder doctor
alleviate
to make less severe, as in pain
electroconvulsive therapy
shock treatment
neurotic
affected by mental disorder(neurosis)
logos
science,word in Greek
Obstetrix
midwife in Latin
midwife
one who aids the delivery of the baby
paidos
child
iaetria
medical healing
Pedagogy
leading of children
agogos
leading
pedis
foot in Latin but this is differen
pedagogue
strait-laced,old fashioned, dogmatic teacher
dogmatic
adhering to principles which are true
strait-laced
very strict in behaviour and morality
demagogue
one who misleads people
demos
people
foment
encourage or instigate
discontent
dissatisfaction
fever pitch
state of intense excitement
oratory
public speaking
hypodermic
under to skin
epidermis
outermost layer of skin
taxidermist
who stuffs, prepares and mounts animal skins
pachyderm
animal with an unusual thick skin
dermatitis
skin inflammation, irritation, or infection
oculist
eye doctor
oculus
eye in Latin
monocle
a lens for one eye sported by characters in old films as a symbol of British
optometrist
one who tests eye for is disorders and prescribe glasses
opticians
make glasses
opsis,optikis
view ,sight
ophthalmic optician
similar to optometrist
pedestal
base or foot of anything
treatise
a formal discourse on a subject
discourse
conversation
orthos
straight
odortus
teeth
orthodontics
straightening of teeth
buck teeth
front protruding teeth
bicuspid teeth
pre molar teeth
cardiograph
instrument that records heartbeat
cardiogram
electrically produced record of heartbeat
algos
pain
neuralgia
acute pain along nerves and its branches
osis
a suffix which means abnormal or diseased
neuritis
inflammation of nerves
neurosis
illness characterized by excessive use of energy for unproductive purposes so that personality development is hindered.
psychosis
full blown metal disorder
geriatrics
speciality dealing with the particular medical needs of the elderly
geras
old age
geron
old man
nostos
return(home) in Greek
confound
to confuse,baffle
outmoded
old fashioned
stuffy
party ventilated, uninteresting, boring
pedantic
caring a lot about formalities
pedantic professor
untimely
unsuitable time
demise
a person's death
charitable
kind,generous
dowager
widow holding the property of late husband
seedy
untidy
whined
cry
matron
mature woman
mused
thought or meditated
mite
small weight, bit
psychologist
studies human mind
delve
dig or penetrate
repress
subdue or suppress
cope
to deal effectively with something that is difficult
psychoanalyst
one who deals with unconsious mental processes of the patients(sidmond freud technique)
osteopath
massage practitioner
chiropractor
practitioner who treats joints, articulations of spinal chord
chiropodist
practitioner who treats minor foot ailments
chiro
hand in Greek
pons,pous,podos
foot
graphologist
practitioner who analyses handwriting
gerontologist
person who deals with economic,sexual,social,and other problems of the elderly
adolescence
transition period from childhood to maturity
corns
type of callus on feet
callus
hardened skin
bunion
disease on feet
psychic
person having sixth sense a special gift of mind reading, or any mysterious aptitudes that cannot be accounted for logically
psychopath
someone suffering from severe emotional or mental disorder who might be a criminal.
pathos
suffering or disease in Greek, feeling
soma
body in Greek
psychosomatic
delineates the powerful influence that the mind , especially the unconscious, has on bodily diseases.
delineate
to depict or describe in pictures, shows(de- means completely, lineate- means draw lines)
story delineates the gracefulness of god
palpitation
abnormal awareness of beating of heart
palpitation of heart
insofar
to such a degree or extent
approbation
approval, endorsement
parental approbation
psychogenic
similar to psychosomatic(originating in mind)
genesis
birth in Greek
parlance
jargon, argot
relive
to bring back to life, revive, resuscitate
psychotherapeutic
adjective of psychotherapy
psychotherapy
treatment to psychogenic disorders
periodontist
gum specialist
peri-
around, surrounding
endodontist
specilializes in work on the pulp of the tooth and root canal therapy
endo-
inner, within
sphygmomanometer
instrument to measure blood pressure
osteon
bone
osteopathy
disease caused by pressure of bones on blood vessels and nerves
chirographer
expert in writing by hand
mancy
foretelling or prediction in Greek
platys
flat
ium
place where
podiatrist
similar to chiropodist
exodontist
speciality of tooth extraction
chiromancy
palm reader
graphein
write in Greek
kallos
beauty in Greek
calligraphy
beautiful writing
scrawl
illegible handwriting
kakos
bad,harsh in Greek
cacography
bad writing
pyge
buttocks
callipygian
attaractive rear of a person
endow
to furnish naturally
he has been endowed with
senex
old in Latin
senescent
growing old
convalescent
growing healthy
convalesce slowly after the wound
obsolescent
growing obsolete
escent
suffix for growing
senate
council of older, and presumably wiser, citizens.
tele
root word of far
bios
root word for life
assiduous
hard working, busy
assidious ants
uncanny
strange
uncanny foresight
foresight
ability to foresee
despair
to lose hope
don’t despair
caprice
an impulsive change of mind
collective human caprice
peel
to remove outermost layer
keep an eye peeled for trends
prophecy
prediction made especially by a prophet or by divine inspiration
your prophecy…
prophesy
predict
do you prophesy?
infinitive
a verb preceded by to
split infinitive
ought
duty, have to, gotta
ought to pay my debts
decipher
to solve
decipher riddles
whither
to which place
whither are we wandering?
geologist
one who studies earth
denizen
inhabitant or accupant
denizens of forest
en
in
tome
a cutting
entomologist
one who studies about insects
subtle
barely noticeable
intangible
unperceptible
elusive
rarely seen, hard to capture
elusive word
hotchpotch
collection containing lot of miscellaneous things
pidgin
amalgamation of two separate languages
pidgin english
quandary
dilemma
I am in quandary
philologist
linguistic scientist who collects words and their etymologies
sceptical
having doubt
semanticist
linguistic scientist who explores relationship between the meanings and words
astron
star
nomos
arrangement, law or order
astronomical
very large
nautes
sailor in Greek
kosmos
universe in Greek
naus
ship in Greek
nausea
seasickness or ship sickness
aster
star shaped flower
disaster
against stars
autos
self
metronome
instrument used to guide timing in music
biopsy
view generally through a microscope of living tissue
autopsy
viewing a corpse to find the reasons of death
botane
plant in Greek
zoion
animal in Greek
zodiac
diagram used in astrology of the paths of sun , moon and planets
sect
to cut in Latin
insect
ec
out in Greek
ectomy
tonsilectomy
removing tonsils
mastos
breast
hystera
womb
appendectomy
removing appendix
mastectomy
removing breast
hysterectomy
removing uterus
prostatectomy
removing prostate
eccentric
out of centre
ana
up in Greek
anatomy
disparage
match unequally, belittle, lower someones par
tome
large dull book used disparagingly with etymology
dichotomy
to split into two
wit
sense or a person who tells jokes
gone out of his wit, he is a wit
epi
on or upon
epitome
condensation of the whole, summary
epitome of the book, epitome of kindness
lingua
tongue in Latin
linguistics
science of language
philein
love in Greek
promiscous
having sex with many(pro-forward,miscere-mix)
sophos
wise in Greek
philosophy
adelphos
brother in Greek
philadelphia
harmonic
music in Greek
philharmonic
philtre
love potion
potion
consumable drink
aphrodisiac
whatever arouses sexual desire
she is aphrodisiac
aphrodite
Greek goddess of love and beauty
biblion
book
bibliophile
anglus
english
anglophile
detrimental
harmful
detrimental to health
socious
companion
antisocial
against society
asocial
doesn’t involve in society
panis
bread in Latin
companion
atone
clear, repair
atone of sins
id
unconsious impulsive component
rationalization
making excuses
superego
ethical component of personality by which ego operates
oedipus complex
ideas in unconsious mind which makes a child to possess a parent of opposite sex
clutter
confuse
clutter up the mind
nonplussed
surprised, baffled, quandary, confound
edict
an official order
teacher edict
to wit
an idiom for, that is to say
principle
rule
principal
main
square
match
erudite
having or showing knowledge
erudite people,erudite lecture
unanimous
agreement
dissent
disagree
dissenting voice
workhorse
one who works consistently
lousy
remarkably bad
lousy grades
awfully
very, extremely,
stigmatize
characterize as disgraceful and ignominious
stigmatize the speaker
disgrace
shameful
ignominious
shameful
ignominious politicians
brash
rash,impetuous
propensity
tendency
summous
highest in Latin
summit
peak
unwary
unprepared
gospel
divine
notorious liar
bad at lying
consummate
expert(adjective), bring it to final completion(verb)
consummate a marriage
consummate liar
expert in lying
corrigo
to correct in Latin
incorrigible liar
one who doesn’t stop lying even after being caught many times
redemption
recovery
salvation
state of being saved from hell
impervious
unaffected
inmpervious to changes
inveterate liar
one for whom lying is a deep rooted habit, old and firmely established
chronic liar
one who lies continually
pathological liar
one for whom lying is a disease and which cannot be cured
twinge
pinch
slightest twinge of guilt
unscrupulous
immoral
unscrupulous trader
unconscionable liar
liar who doesn’t care for others
nimble
quick
nimble wit, nimble fingers
glib liar
smooth liar
vicious
with vice,depraved,evil
depraved
without moral values, corrupt, pervert
depraved actions of people
vice
a bad habit
smoking is vice not a virtue
egregious liar
one whos lies are outstandingly hurtful to people
remorse
regret
invalid
sick person
chronic invalid
maim
wound seriously
I am maimed
compunction
regret, remorse
cheated without compunction
acme
highest point
acme of perfection
defy
challenge
sober
not drunk, not intoxicated
notorious
infamous
notus
get noted in Latin
trait
characterstic , habit
derogatively
belittle
don’t derogate everyone
unworldly
relating to spiritual
in
prefix which may mean negative, or intensify the root, or may mean in
vetus
old in Latin, generally indicates disapproval
imbibe
to drink, to take in
plants imbibe water through their roots
inveterate
old habit
veteran
old hand and more skilful in Armed forces(noun), skilful(adjective)
geneticist
specialized in genetics
genealogy
study of family trees or ancestral origin
conception
state of pregnancy, beginning
conception of the work
gestation
pregnancy period
perpetrator
to be resposible for crime
perpetrator of murder
chronos
time in Greek
anachronism
someone or something is out of date, out of time, belonging to a different era
incongruous
out of place
incongrous to wear sweater and slacks
slacks
trousers
conspicuous
easily noticeable
conspicuous bustle
bustle
frame worn underneath a womans skirt(noun),stir(verb)
wasp-waisted
thin waist because of tight laced cloth
chronological
in correct time order
chronometer
highly accurate time piece, especially used in ship
synchronize
to move or happen together
pathological
diseased (ignore logos here)
pathologist
expert who examines tissue either by autopsy or biopsy
syn-
with or together in Greek
sympathetic
feel for someone
here sym- is used instead of syn-
antipathetic
strong dislike or hostility
hostile
enemy forces
apathetic
not interested, boring, unbiased, no feelings
empathetic
identify and experience others feelings
here em- is used instead of en-
metal telepathy
feeling others thoughts from distance
pronge
poke with a fork
don’t pronge me!!
shore
jump up(verb), rise
pare
cut off
scio
to know in Latin
sciens
knowing
conscience
knowledge with moral sense of right or wrong
omniscient
knowing everything
prescient
knowing before the events occur(psychic)
nescient
not knowing or ignorant
glib
slippery
persuade
to plead with urge
she persuaded us that she could speak with a corpse
conviction
act of finding a person guilty of a crime especially in court(convince)
grex,gregis
herd or flock
egregious
exceptionally vicious that it conspicuously stands out
gregarious
one who reaches out for friends and is happiest when surrounded by people
se-
apart
ad-
to,towards
congregation
religious flock
diligently
carefully
pang
sudden mental feeling, twinge
aversion
strong dislike or hostility, antipathy, despice
I aversed towards lazy buggers
ballot
card used to vote
cushy
easy
cushy job
flaky
consisting of flakes
meringue
mixture with eggs
gustatory
relating to taste
ravenous
very hungry
titillate
stimulate delightfully
ingratiate
to bring into favor by flattering
you cant ingratiate me
adore
worship
fulsome
excessively flatter
servile
slavish
adulate
to flatter effusively
proscribe
forbid, condemn legally
obviate
make unnecessary
obviate fear
militate
to have weight against or negative effect
closet
being so in private
embezzle
to steal, plunder
moghuls embezzeled india
molest
sexually annoy
infidelity
lack of belief or disloyal
fidelity towards the country
overlook
neglect
transgression
breach or break rules
I never transgressed
dono
give
donor
condone
excuse, forgive
condonation
grace
mercy
placate
pacify
frail
fragile
callously
hardened and thickened
malice
to cause pain
malicious
aforethought
previously in mind
couch
to sit
risque
verging on impropreity or indecency, adult related
risque movie
nasalize
pronounce from nasal
throaty
pronounce from low in throat
par
equal
vox, vocis
voice
double entendre
double meaning
enigma
obscure
obligation
to bind legally or morally, constrain
mortgage
pledge, subject to a claim or obligation
mortgaged house
iniquity
sinfulness, wickedness
couldn’t tolerate his iniquity
nox, noctis
night
equinox
equal day and night
nocturnal
creature active during night
nocturne
musical composition of dreamy character or painting of a night scene
animus
mind
equanimity
control mind and temper
composure
calmness, coolness
kept his composure in spite of repeated provocations
hysterical
agitation, rage
hysterical child
equability
same as equanimity
serene
calm
serene skies
unflappable
self-control(un + flap)
unflappable teacher
libra
balance, weight, pound
equilibrium
equal balance
equilibrist
tight rope walker
equestrian
someone on horse
equestrienne
woman on horse
equine
horse
vociferous
loud, noisy, clamorous
fero
to carry, to bear
vocalize
to give voice
vocalist
a singer
clamorous
noisy
clamorous argument
parish
church
parishioners
people staying in church
forfeit
penalty, fine for misconduct, to crime(fors + faire = outside + to do)
required to pay a forfeit
de-
down
describe
to write down
manus
hand
militate
fight against
manuscripts
handwritten
malign
bad, harmful, evilful, hateful(adj.)
malignancy
cancerous growth, evil intent, harmfulness, hatefulness
dico, dictus
to say, to tell
malediction
to curse, to say.
volo
to wish, to will
malevolent
wishing evil or harm
facio, factus, fec-, fic-
to do, to make
maleficient
doing harm or evil
malefactor
wrongdoer, evildoer, criminal
maladroit
clumsy, bungling, awkward,
malaise
mild illiness, bad ease
connotation
meaning
despicable
contemptible, useless
timid
lack of courage or confidence
timid rabbit
hurl
throw, rush
don’t hurl things at me
chore
routine task
childeren were assigned different chores
shirk
evade, avoid, escape
I never shirked my duty
bonus
good
benign
kindly, good-natured, not harmful
benign tumour
tumour that is not cancerous
benediction
saying good
beneficent
doing good
benefactor
one who does goos things to others
benefactress
woman who do good things to others
beneficiary
recipent of help
benevolent
wishing good
bonafide
good faith
pretence
false show, pretend to be good
fides
faith or trust
fidelity
faithfulness
fido
dog, faithful friend
infidel
one who does not have a right faith or religion
vow
oath
marriage vows
volition
act or power of willing or wishing
something happened against her volition
placable
one who can be soothed or pacified
placid
calm, easy-going, serene, undisturbed
implacable
unyielding to entreaty or pity
relentless
unyielding to entreaty or pity
clemency
merciful especially to moderate the severity of punishment due
entreaty
plead
complacent
pleased with yourself
smug
self-satisfied
smug smile
disgruntled
unsatisfied
disgruntled friends
imperious
bossy, premptory
giving orders imperiously
trans-
across
transcription
meticulous
marked by extreme care
did a meticulous job of restoring a painting
pompous
having or exhibiting self importance
startling
momentary fright,surprise, astonishment
startling news that my sister will be having a baby
conducive
tending to promote or assist
conducive environment
prissy
precise
grunt
sound of pig
affable
friendliness and ease
impeccable
free from fault
speaking impeccable grammer
etiquette
manners or conduct that has to be followed in social and official life.
couple exhibited poor etiquitte when they left the party
reverence
showing respect, deference
deference
respect and esteem due to superior or elder
squeal
a sharp cry
sigh
to take a deep audible breath
taciturn
temperamentally disinclined to talk
anecdote
short, narrative, interesting, biographical story
banquet
meal held in celebration of some achievement
laconic
conscise, to the point,brevity
splutter
confused voice
inarticulate
incapable of speech under stress or emotion
garrio
chatter
garrulous
loquacity, talkative
trite
lacking Originality/Freshness , boring
That argument has become trite
hackneyed
lacking in freshness/originality
its hackneyed but true
commonplace
boring, banal, cliché
cliché
banal
phraseology
choice of words
verbose
containing more words than necessary
copious
large in number
volvo, volulus
to roll out
voluble
characterized by ready and rapid speech
assent
to agree
assenting voice
cogent
brilliant convincing
cogent argument
vehement
powerful
loquacious
talkative
rambling
wandering, roam
rambling chatter
conceive
imagine, think, understand, become pregnant
I just cant conceive that he would have lied.
sullen
gloomy, dull
don’t make me morose and sullen
morose
gloomy, dull
introspection
examination of ones own thoughts and feelings
taceo
to be silent
reticent
tight-lipped, silent (re + taceo + ent) coz of shyness, fear
tacit
expressed idea/feeling but unspoken
we have a tacit agreement
loquor
to speak
soliloquy
speech to oneself usually inside mind (solus+loquor) but uttered loudly in a play to make audience understand
ventris, venter
belly
ventriloquist
one who can throw his voice
ventriloquism
art of 'speaking from belly'
colloquial
informal conversation
colloquial english
circum-
around
circumlocusion
expressing an idea indirectly
stoical
indifferent to joy or sorrow
pithy
conscise, brevity
pithy review
curt
short, sparing of words
curt reply
dainty
something delicious to taste
daintily nibbled and swallowed
belligerent
inclined to assertiveness, hostility
asked belligerently
eloquent
marked by forceful and fluent expression
magniloquent, grandiloquent
high-flown, grandiose, pompous language of everelegent, lofthy, flowery words
helpmate, helpmeet
better half, wife
fair sex
women
progeny
children
fraternity
a group of people associated or formally organized for a common purpose, interest or pleasure
medical fraternity
magnanimous
big-hearted, generous, forgiving
magnate
a person of great power or influence
business magnate
fortitude
strength of mind that enables a person to encounter danger or bear pain or adversity with courage
It was only with greatest fortitute that the pilgrims were able to survive their first winter
gratitude
state of being grateful, thankful.
accept these flowers as a token of my gratitude
multitude
state of being many
magnum
a large bottle
opus
work especially one that is artistic
opera
works
magnum opus
big work
overture
introduction to a musical, dramatic work, prelude
musical overture
verbiage
excessive words , style or manner of usuage of words
medical verbiage
trifle
something of little value or importance
U shouldn’t trifle with their values
verbatim
word for word
ventral
front side or anterior side
ventricle
hollow organ or cavity
ventricular
having belly like bulge
auris
ears
auricles
upper chamber of heart
dorsal
back side