plural noun, singular vis·cus [vis-kuh s] /ˈvɪs kəs/.
Origin of viscera
Examples from the Web for viscera
Contemporary Examples of viscera
The reader can rest assured that behind all the blood and viscera is a know-it-all having some fun.Must Read Fiction: ‘Prague Fatale,’ ‘Derby Day’ and More
Malcolm Forbes, Hillary Kelly, Mythili Rao
May 9, 2012
Historical Examples of viscera
What a display of viscera, muscles and blood suggestive of a butcher's shop!The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
First, while the fish is perfectly fresh, remove the viscera.Taxidermy
Leon Luther Pray
Is not this disease in the limbs similar to that of the viscera (§ 2)?An Account of the Foxglove and some of its Medical Uses
A thorough examination revealed no trouble of any of the viscera.The Electric Bath
George M. Schweig
The lungs also were loaded with blood, as were all the viscera.
pl n singular viscus (ˈvɪskəs)
Word Origin for viscera
"inner organs of the body," 1650s, from Latin viscera, plural of viscus "internal organ," of unknown origin.