English noun: anatomy
|1.||anatomy (cognition) the branch of morphology that deals with the structure of animals|
|Narrower (hyponym)||applied anatomy, clinical anatomy, comparative anatomy, developmental anatomy, functional anatomy, gross anatomy, macroscopic anatomy, microscopic anatomy, morphophysiology, neuroanatomy, osteology, physiological anatomy, regional anatomy, topographic anatomy, topology|
|Domain category members||aboral, ampullar, ampullary, apophysis, apparatus, articulatio, articulation, asternal, astragalar, atrial, axillary, azygos, azygous, base, bodily cavity, bregmatic, cancellate, cancellated, cancellous, capsular, cavity, cavum, chiasmal, chiasmatic, chiasmic, cingulum, concha, cornu, corona, costal, costate, cuneiform, diaphragm, distal, distal, distally, ectopic, faucal, fenestral, fissure, fundus, groove, hilum, hilus, iliac, incisura, incisure, inferior, inner, intercostal, intrinsic, joint, laterally, lobe, meniscus, mesial, mesomorphic, midriff, muscular, navicular, oral, outer, paries, parietal, partition, pocket, pouch, proximal, punctum, radicle, ruga, scaphoid, semilunar cartilage, septum, sulcus, sympathetic, tentorium, tube, tube-shaped structure, vallecula, ventricose, ventricous, wall, zona, zone|
|2.||anatomy (body) alternative names for the body of a human being|
|Samples||Leonardo studied the human body.|
He has a strong physique.
The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.
|Synonyms||bod, build, chassis, figure, flesh, form, frame, human body, material body, physical body, physique, shape, soma|
|Broader (hypernym)||body, organic structure, physical structure|
|Narrower (hyponym)||adult body, female body, juvenile body, male body, person|
|Part meronym||homo, human, human being, individual, man, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul|
|3.||anatomy (act) a detailed analysis|
|Samples||He studied the anatomy of crimes.|