anatomical

or an·a·tom·ic

[an-uh-tom-i-kuh l or an-uh-tom-ik]

Origin of anatomical

1580–90; < Late Latin anatomic(us) (< Greek anatomikós; see anatomy, -ic) + -al1
Related formsan·a·tom·i·cal·ly, adverbnon·an·a·tom·ic, adjectivenon·an·a·tom·i·cal, adjectivenon·an·a·tom·i·cal·ly, adverbpseu·do·an·a·tom·ic, adjectivepseu·do·an·a·tom·i·cal, adjectivepseu·do·an·a·tom·i·cal·ly, adverbsem·i·an·a·tom·ic, adjectivesem·i·an·a·tom·i·cal, adjectivesem·i·an·a·tom·i·cal·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for anatomically

anatomical

adjective
  1. of or relating to anatomy
Derived Formsanatomically, adverb
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Word Origin and History for anatomically
adv.

1640s, from anatomical + -ly (2). Anatomically correct, of dolls and meaning "with genitalia," is attested 1968, perhaps 1967, American English, in reference to Petit Frère, an imported French boy doll.

anatomical

adj.

1580s; see anatomy + -ical.

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anatomically in Medicine

anatomical

[ăn′ə-tŏmĭ-kəl]
adj.
  1. Concerned with anatomy.
  2. Concerned with dissection.
  3. Related to the structure of an organism.
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