uterus: a hollow muscular organ in the pelvic cavity of females; contains the developing fetus
The uterus (from Latin "uterus" (womb, belly), plural uteruses or uteri) or womb is a major female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organ of most mammals including humans. ...
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The abdomen or stomach. [8th-17th c.]; The stomach of a person or creature. [8th-18th c.]; In female mammals, the organ in which the young are conceived and grow until birth; the uterus. [from 8th c.]; A place where something is made or formed. [from 15th c.]
The part of a woman's body in which a baby grows during pregnancy.
The small, hollow, pear-shaped organ in a woman's pelvis. This is the organ in which a fetus develops. Also called the uterus.
The productive and reproductive powers of nature have often been symbolized by peoples in world history; and as production or reproduction is perhaps most familiar in the sacred function of motherhood, to many minds the womb has seemed an especially suggestive emblem in the small of nature's ...
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Medical term is ‘uterus’; the word ‘womb’ is used in common language.
The organ in the body of a woman or female mammal in which offspring are carried, protected, and nourished before birth; the uterus.
also called uterus. It is a pear-shaped organ lined with a layer of cells that respond to varying hormonal stimulation during the monthly female cycle. The uterus will grow and stretch to handle a developing baby.