- auricle atrialis,
- auricula atrii,
- auricular appendage,
- auricular appendix,
- auricular artery,
- auricular cartilage,
- auricular fibrillation
Origin of auricular
Examples from the Web for auricular
It is his voice speaking to their consciences, and warning them of the danger and corruption of auricular confession.
But let us come to my first lesson in Auricular Confession, No!
Graphic records are not essential as in auricular flutter to establish the condition.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield
Sixth, That auricular confession to a priest must be maintained.Heretics And Heresies|Robert G. Ingersoll
This Greek compound surely means "mouse-ear," and what have these plants to do with the auricular organs of mice?Everyday Objects|W. H. Davenport Adams
1540s, "auditory" (originally of confessions), from Medieval Latin auricularis, from Latin auricula (see auricle). Meaning "pertaining to the ear" is from 1640s.