Pertaining to resembling or hear one's heart due to the fact cardiac arteries the cardiac or remaining end associated with tummy
- a medicine which excites action in the tummy a cardial
- of or concerning the heart
- with respect to, resembling, or hear the center; because, the cardiac arteries; the cardiac, or left, end associated with stomach.
- Exciting activity in heart, through medium of this belly; cordial; stimulant.
- A medicine which excites activity within the belly; a cardial.
regarding the heart.
c.1600, from French cardiaque (14c.) or right from Latin cardiacus, from Greek kardiakos "pertaining to your heart," from kardia "heart" (see heart (n.)). Cardiac arrest is attested from 1950. Greek kardia also could suggest "tummy" and Latin cardiacus "pertaining on stomach." This terminology continues somewhat in modern-day medicine. Confusion of heart and nearby digestion organs is also shown in Breton kalon "heart," from Old French cauldun "bowels," and English acid reflux for "indigestion."
The beaver, glandular masses are attached to and open into the cardiac or pyloric pouches.