Intrinsecus

The king's inner marshal. His duty was to watch over and guard the inner parts of wherever the king was in residence, and to ensure that courtesans (those with attachments to a courtier) were not too intrusive or conspicuous. [Lat. intrinsecus = on the inside, within] -

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  • Plexus neuralis intrinsecus — vidinis organų nervinis rezginys statusas T sritis histologija atitikmenys: lot. Plexus neuralis intramuralis; Plexus neuralis intrinsecus ryšiai: platesnis terminas – bendrieji terminai siauresnis terminas – pogleivinis nervinis rezginys… …   Medicininės histologijos ir embriologijos vardynas

  • Valor intrinsecus — En mønts metalværdi …   Danske encyklopædi

  • Archpoet — This article is about the 12th century anonymous Latin poet. For the early Irish concept of arch poet , see Ollam. Archpoet Born circa 1130 Died circa 1165 Pen name Archipoeta Language Latin …   Wikipedia

  • intrinsèque — [ ɛ̃trɛ̃sɛk ] adj. • 1314; du lat. intrinsecus « au dedans » 1 ♦ Didact. Qui est intérieur à l objet dont il s agit, appartient à son essence. ⇒ essentiel, inhérent, intérieur. Importance intrinsèque d un fait. Valeur intrinsèque d une monnaie,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • intrinsec — INTRINSÉC, Ă, intrinseci, ce, adj. Care constituie partea lăuntrică, proprie şi esenţială a unui lucru; care există prin sine însuşi (independent de relaţiile sale cu alt lucru). – Din fr. intrinsèque, lat. intrinsecus. Trimis de valeriu,… …   Dicționar Român

  • intrínseco — (Del lat. intrinsecus.) ► adjetivo Que es inherente a la naturaleza de una cosa: ■ esa joya tiene un valor intrínseco incalculable; es un problema intrínseco a las desacertadas gestiones llevadas a cabo. SINÓNIMO absoluto esencial * * *… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • intrinsisch — anhaftend; von innen kommend; einer Sache innewohnend; inhärent; innerhalb * * * in|trịn|sisch 〈Adj.; bes. Psych.〉 aus dem Innern, von innen kommend, bewirkt; Ggs extrinsisch ● intrinsische Motivation [zu engl. intrinsic <lat. intrinsecus… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • intrinsèque — (in trin sè k ) adj. 1°   Qui est intérieur à quelque chose, en dedans de quelque chose. •   La contexture intrinsèque des corps, MAIRAN Éloge de Boulduc..    Terme d anatomie. Muscles intrinsèques, muscles propres à certains organes, par… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • intrinsic — 1. Belonging entirely to a part. 2. In anatomy, denoting those muscles whose origin and insertion are both within the structure under consideration, distinguished from the extrinsic muscles that have their origin outside of the structure under… …   Medical dictionary

  • Intrinsec — Services and dues owed a lord. They are called intrinsec as they were deemed to be within the *fief and engaged no one outside it. This use survives in the Dorset placename Ryme Intrinseca. [< Lat. intrinsecus = on the inside, within] Cf.… …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

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