auricular definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or concerning the feeling of hearing or even the organs of hearing.
    • Of or relating to the sense of hearing and/or body organs of hearing.
    • Perceived by or talked into the ear: an auricular confession.
    • Shaped like an ear or an earlobe; having earlike parts or extensions.
    • Of or associated with an auricle of the heart: auricular fibrillation.
    • Of or regarding the ear
    • Of or regarding the sense of hearing
    • Told into the ear, i. e., told independently; as, auricular confession towards the priest.
    • acknowledged by the ear; understood by the sense of hearing; as, auricular proof.
    • obtained by the ear; understood by report.
    • related to the auricles of this heart.
    • Perceived by or spoken into the ear: an auricular confession.
    • Of or with respect to the ear, or even the feeling of hearing.
    • Shaped like an ear or an earlobe; having earlike parts or extensions.
    • Told in the ear, i. e., informed independently.
    • Of or relating to an auricle of this heart: auricular fibrillation.
    • acquiesced by the ear; understood by the sense of hearing.
    • Of or related to the ear
    • gotten by the ear; known by report.
    • Of or with respect to the sense of hearing
    • with respect to the auricles associated with the heart.
    • informed in ear, i. e., told privately; as, auricular confession towards the priest.
    • Recognized by the ear; known by the sense of hearing; since, auricular proof.
    • gotten by the ear; understood by report.
    • related to the auricles associated with the heart.
    • Of or pertaining to the ear, or even to the sense of hearing.
    • Told within the ear, i. e., told independently.
    • Recognized by the ear; known by the feeling of hearing.
    • gotten by the ear; known by report.
    • Pertaining to the auricles of this heart.
    • concerning or understood by or formed just like the organ of hearing
    • of or relating to nearby the ear
    • regarding an auricle of this heart
    • relating to or identified by or shaped such as the organ of reading
    • of or regarding near the ear
    • with respect to an auricle associated with heart
  • noun:
    • The little hand.
    • The little little finger.
    • plural In ornithology, the auricular feathers.
    • The auricular or small finger. See auricular finger, above.
    • plural In ornithology, the auricular feathers.
    • The auricular or little hand. See auricular little finger, above.
  • others:
    • regarding the ear, or to the auricle associated with ear; aural: because, the auricular nerve.
    • Used in reference to the ear: as, an auricular tube (which see, below).
    • Addressed on ear; independently confided to 1's ear, especially the ear of a priest: as, auricular confession.
    • Recognized or recognized because of the ear; audible.
    • Communicated or known by report; hearsay.
    • Known or gotten by the sense of hearing: since, auricular proof.
    • Ear-shaped; auriculate; auriform: as, the auricular articulating area regarding the man ilium.
    • In echinoderms, of or pertaining to the auricul√¶: as, an internal auricular process.
    • related to the auricle for the heart.
    • related to the ear, or even to the auricle for the ear; aural: because, the auricular neurological.
    • Used in experience of the ear: as, an auricular pipe (which see, below).
    • dealt with towards ear; privately confided to at least one's ear, particularly the ear of a priest: as, auricular confession.
    • Recognized or observed because of the ear; audible.
    • Communicated or known by report; hearsay.
    • understood or obtained by the sense of hearing: as, auricular evidence.
    • Ear-shaped; auriculate; auriform: as, the auricular articulating area associated with real human ilium.
    • In echinoderms, of or related to the auricul√¶: since, an interior auricular process.
    • regarding the auricle associated with the heart.

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