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aural

 [aw´ral]
auditory (def. 1).
pertaining to an aura.

au·ral

(aw'răl), Do not confuse this word with its near-homophone oral.
1. Relating to the ear (auris).
2. Relating to an aura.

aural

/au·ral/ (aw´r'l)
1. auditory (1).
2. pertaining to an aura.

aural 1

(ôr′əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or perceived by the ear.

au′ral·ly adv.

aural 2

(ôr′əl)
adj.
Characterized by or relating to an aura.

aural1

[ôr′əl]
pertaining to the ear or hearing. aurally, adv.

aural2

pertaining to an aura.

aural

adjective
(1) Pertaining to the ear.
(2) Relating to perception by the ear, as an aural stimulus.
(3) Referring to an aura.

aural

adjective
1. Pertaining to the ear.
2. Relating to perception by the ear, as an aural stimulus.
3. Referring to an aura.

au·ral

, auricular (awr'ăl, aw-rikyū-lăr)
1. Relating to the ear (auris).
2. Relating to an aura.

aural

Pertaining to, or perceived by, the ear.

au·ral

, auricular (awr'ăl, aw-rikyū-lăr)
1. Relating to the ear (auris).
2. Relating to an aura.

aural (ôr´əl),

adj relating to the ear.

aural

pertaining to the ear.

aural hematoma
see auricular hematoma.
aural plaque
see auricular plaque.
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