Which derives from a Latin word that
means "inward parts": entrails or
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The word entrails derives from the Late Latin
intralia, inward parts. The word
intestines derives from the Latin
"bowels," 1597, from L. intestina, neut. pl. of
intestinus (adj.) "internal, inward, intestine," from intus "within, on the
inside." Cf. Skt. antastyam, Gk. entosthia "bowels." The O.E. word was hropp,
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