Found 3 items, similar to nerve.
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English → English
v : get ready for something difficult or unpleasant [syn: steel
n 1: any bundle of nerve fibers running to various organs and
tissues of the body [syn: nervus
2: the courage to carry on; “he kept fighting on pure spunk”
“you haven't got the heart for baseball”
3: impudent aggressiveness; “I couldn't believe her boldness”
“he had the effrontery to question my honesty”
English → English
(n[~e]rv), n. [OE. nerfe, F. nerf, L. nervus, akin
to Gr. ney^ron sinew, nerve; cf. neyra` string, bowstring;
perh. akin to E. needle. Cf. Neuralgia
1. (Anat.) One of the whitish and elastic bundles of fibers,
with the accompanying tissues, which transmit nervous
impulses between nerve centers and various parts of the
Note: An ordinary nerve is made up of several bundles of
nerve fibers, each bundle inclosed in a special sheath
(the perineurium) and all bound together in a
connective tissue sheath and framework (the epineurium)
containing blood vessels and lymphatics.
2. A sinew or a tendon. --Pope.
3. Physical force or steadiness; muscular power and control;
he led me on to mightiest deeds,
Above the nerve of mortal arm. --Milton.
4. Steadiness and firmness of mind; self-command in personal
danger, or under suffering; unshaken courage and
endurance; coolness; pluck; resolution.
5. Audacity; assurance. [Slang]
6. (Bot.) One of the principal fibrovascular bundles or ribs
of a leaf, especially when these extend straight from the
base or the midrib of the leaf.
7. (Zo["o]l.) One of the nervures, or veins, in the wings of
(Anat.), a neuron, one of the nucleated cells
with which nerve fibers are connected; a ganglion cell
is one type of nerve cell.
(Anat.), one of the fibers of which nerves are
made up. These fibers are either medullated
. In both kinds the essential part is the
translucent threadlike axis cylinder which is continuous
the whole length of the fiber.
(Med.), the operation of stretching a
nerve in order to remedy diseases such as tetanus, which
are supposed to be influenced by the condition of the
nerve or its connections.