torcular

torcular
torcular adj. 2 g. 1. Em forma de tórculo. • s. m. 2.  [Anatomia] Confluência de alguns seios cerebrais. • v. tr. 3. Alisar ou polir com tórculo.

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  • TORCULAR — machina est uvis premendis apta, in qua trabes, quibus uva calcata premitur, prela appellantur: a torqueo Becmannus in Origin. L. L. Graece Λληνὸς, unde Bacchus Ληναῖς, Lenaeus. Virg. Georg.l. 2. v. 7. Huc pater ô Lenaee veni, nudataque mustô… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Torcŭlar — Torcŭlar, 1) (röm. Ant.), Maschine, womit der Wein gekeltert wurde; 2) (Torculum, Tornaculum), so v.w. Tourniquet; 3) T. Herophili, s.u. Herophilos u. Gehirnhäute a) …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Torcular — Torcular, Torkel, aus dem Lat., Kelter; in der Chirurgie was Turniket …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • torcular herophili — Archaic term for confluence of sinuses. [L. wine press of Herophilus, fr. torqueo, to twist] * * * tor·cu·lar He·roph·i·li tȯr kyə lər he räf ə .lī n CONFLUENCE OF SINUSES He·roph·i·lus he räf ə ləs (335 BC? 280, BC?) Greek physician. Herophilus …   Medical dictionary

  • torcular herophili — noun see torcular …   Useful english dictionary

  • torcular — (tor ku lar) s. m. Mot latin voulant dire pressoir, employé en anatomie comme synonyme de pressoir d Hérophile …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • torcular — tor·cu·lar (torґku lər) [L. “wine press”] a hollow, or expanded area …   Medical dictionary

  • torcular — tor·cu·lar …   English syllables

  • torcular —   n. tourniquet …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • torcular — …   Useful english dictionary

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