Being within; penetrating inward; personal; familiar; intestine; domestic.
Hence—2. With respect to the internal or important nature; intimately characterizing; built-in; crucial; genuine; of the subject in its really existence: as, the intrinsic value of silver or silver; the intrinsic merit of an action.
In Scots law, intimately connected with the point at issue: placed on situations sworn to by a party on an oath of reference that produce the main proof afforded because of the oath, and should not be divided from this.
In anatomy, applied to those muscle tissue associated with the limbs which simply take origin in the anatomical limitations associated with the limb, these types of restrictions including the pectoral and pelvic arches.
Synonyms Internal, Inward, etc. See internal.
In pathology, pertaining to the interior parts or even to the frameworks proper of an organ.