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alvine

(ˈælvɪn; -vaɪn)
adj
(Medicine) obsolete of or relating to the intestines or belly
[C18: from Latin alvus belly]
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Adj.1.alvine - of or relating to the intestinesalvine - of or relating to the intestines  
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