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torsi

[tawr-see] /ˈtɔr si/
noun
1.
a plural of torso.

torso

[tawr-soh] /ˈtɔr soʊ/
noun, plural torsos, torsi
[tawr-see] /ˈtɔr si/ (Show IPA)
1.
the trunk of the human body.
2.
a sculptured form representing the trunk of a nude female or male figure.
3.
something mutilated or incomplete.
Origin
1715-1725
1715-25; < Italian: stalk, trunk of statue < Latin thyrsus < Greek thýrsos wand, stem
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British Dictionary definitions for torsi

torsi

/ˈtɔːsɪ/
noun
1.
(rare) a plural of torso

torso

/ˈtɔːsəʊ/
noun (pl) -sos, -si (-sɪ)
1.
the trunk of the human body
2.
a statue of a nude human trunk, esp without the head or limbs
3.
something regarded as incomplete or truncated
Word Origin
C18: from Italian: stalk, stump, from Latin: thyrsus
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Word Origin and History for torsi

torso

n.

1797, from Italian torso "trunk of a statue," originally "stalk, stump," from Vulgar Latin *tursus, from Latin thyrsus "stalk, stem," from Greek thyrsos (see thyrsus).

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torsi in Medicine

torsi tor·si (tôr'sē)
n.
A plural of torso.

torso tor·so (tôr'sō)
n. pl. tor·sos or tor·si (-sē)
The human body excluding the head and limbs; trunk.

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