urine, piss, pee, piddle, weewee, water(noun)
liquid excretory product
"there was blood in his urine"; "the child had to make water"
Liquid excrement consisting of water, salts and urea, which is made in the kidneys, stored in the bladder, then released through the urethra.
in mammals, a fluid excretion from the kidneys; in birds and reptiles, a solid or semisolid excretion
Urine is a typically sterile liquid by-product of the body secreted by the kidneys through a process called urination and excreted through the urethra. Cellular metabolism generates numerous by-products, many rich in nitrogen, that require elimination from the bloodstream. These by-products are eventually expelled from the body during urination, the primary method for excreting water-soluble chemicals from the body. These chemicals can be detected and analyzed by urinalysis. Certain disease conditions can result in pathogen-contaminated urine.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ū′rin, n. the fluid which is secreted or separated by the kidneys from the blood and conveyed to the bladder—the principal means of removing the worn-out tissues, esp. the nitrogenous and saline matters, from the system.—n. Urē′sis, a frequent desire to make water.—adj. U′ric, pertaining to, or obtained from, urine.—ns. Uricæ′mia, lithemia; Uridrō′sis, the excretion of urea in the sweat; Urinæ′mia, the contamination of the blood with urinary deposits; U′rinal, a vessel for urine: a convenience for discharging urine.—adjs. U′rinant (her.) diving; U′rinary, pertaining to, or like, urine.—n. a reservoir for keeping urine.—v.i. U′rinate, to discharge urine.—n. Urinā′tion.—adj. U′rinātive.—n. U′rinātor, a diver.—adjs. Urinatō′rial; Urinif′erous, conveying urine; Urinif′ic, secreting urine; Urinip′arous, producing urine.—ns. Urinol′ogy, the scientific knowledge of urine; Urinom′eter, an instrument for weighing urine.—adj. Urinomet′ric.—n. Urinom′etry.—adj. Urinoscop′ic.—n. U′rinoscopy, inspection of urine.—adjs. U′rinose, U′rinous, relating to urine: partaking of the qualities of urine: like urine.—ns. U′rochrome, a yellow pigment of the urine; Urodial′ysis, a partial suppression of urine; Urogas′ter, the urinary passages collectively.—adjs. Urogen′ital, pertaining to the urinary and genital organs—also Urinogen′ital, Urinogen′itary, Genito-urinary; Urog′enous, producing urine.—ns. Urolithī′asis, lithiasis; Urol′ogy, urinology; U′romancy, divination by urine; Uroplā′nia, the abnormal presence of urine in any part of the body; Uropoiē′sis, the formation of urine.—adj. Uropoiet′ic.—ns. Urorrhā′gia, excessive micturation; Urorrhē′a, Urorrhœ′a, involuntary passage of urine.—adj. Uroscop′ic (same as Urinoscopic).—ns. U′roscōpist, one skilled in urinoscopy; U′roscopy (same as urinoscopy); Urō′sis, any disease of the urinary organs. [Fr.,—L. urina; cog. with Gr. ouron, Sans. vāri, wat
A form of liquid that passes out of the human body through the urethra or a similar bodily part in other animals or mammals as part of a bodily process.
Urine is processed in the human body every day and is passed out through the urethra.
inure, in ure
The numerical value of urine in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of urine in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
She has a normal urine test, so we’re cautiously optimistic.
People are celebrating Olympic champion winners, but we are sitting crazy and replacing their urine.
The kidneys don’t reabsorb water, so when you drink, you’re going to make larger amounts of urine.
Urine, vomit, and kind of anything they could find. Just smelling it would make you throw up. It was pretty bad.
We saw this inflammation process affected the smell of urine as well, and breathe a good indicator of some diseases.
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- һейҙек, бәүелBashkir
- orinaCatalan, Valencian
- surdrwnc, troeth, piso, trwncWelsh
- Urin, HarnGerman
- kusi, uriinEstonian
- ادرار, میزه, شاش, پیشاب, بولPersian
- fual, múnIrish
- mùn, fualScottish Gaelic
- urina, ouriñosGalician
- feayl, mooynManx
- मूत्र, पेशाब, मूतHindi
- hland, þvagIcelandic
- urina, orinaItalian
- 尿, 小便Japanese
- შარდი, ფსელიGeorgian
- mathugumoKikuyu, Gikuyu
- 오줌, 소변Korean
- урина, мочкаMacedonian
- air kencingMalay
- urinNorwegian Nynorsk
- łizhNavajo, Navaho
- ਮੂਤਰPanjabi, Punjabi
- mocz, urynaPolish
- मूत्र, प्रस्रवSanskrit
- مٽ, پشابSindhi
- пѝшаћа, mòkraća, мо̀краћа, ùrīn, pìšaća, у̀рӣнSerbo-Croatian
- ఉచ్చ, మూత్రముTelugu
- ปัสสาวะ, ฉี่Thai
- çiş, idrar, sidikTurkish
- پیشاب, موتر, موتUrdu
- nước tiểu, nước đáiVietnamese
- yurin, luvatVolapük
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