The posterior opening of the alimentary canal, through which the excrements are expelled.
The opening at the end of the bowel through which bowel movements pass.
Opening to the outside of the body at the end of the bowel and rectum.
The external opening of the intestinal tract.
most distal end of the digestive tract (located at the ventral base of the telson) used to discharge solid wastes from the body
The bottom or back passage. The muscular part at the end of the digestive system through which stools are passed.
opening at the rectum where defecation occurs
(a´ nus) • Opening through which digestive wastes are expelled, located at the posterior end of the gut.
The opening at the end of the bowel through which faeces are discharged from the body.
the hole at the end of your back passage or rectum, through which your body rids itself of solid waste. Back to the top
Opening at the end of the digestive tract where feces (stool) leave the body. The final two inches of the rectum.
exit of intestine.
The opening through which the bowels empty feces from the digestive tract.
Muscular opening to the body at the downstream end of the rectum; outlet for solid body waste.
It's from this opening between your legs that you have bowel movements (poo). The anus is between the buttocks of both men and women. Slang: butt hole, bum.
The final two inches of the rectum, surrounded by the internal anal sphincter and the external sphincter. Stool is passed through the anus, which is an opening.
the opening at the end of the bowel though which faeces (stools, poos) are passed.
The hole your poo comes out of
The opening to the back passage.
distal end of the digestive tract which serves as the outlet for the pig's waste
the external opening of the cloaca; the vent.
the posterior external opening of the alimentary canal; the vent
The opening in the body through which solid waste exits the body.
the opening from which solid waste comes out of the digestive system
the end of the digestive tract, where the solid waste (or poo!) leaves the bowel.
A muscular valve that controls the opening from the large intestine to facilitate waste elimination (bowel movements).
The opening from the rectum to the skin between the buttocks.
opening at the lower end of the rectum, through which stool is passed.
The opening at one end of the digestive tract from which waste is expelled.
Back passage; lower opening of the gut.
The opening at the lower end of the intestine through which the solid or sometimes fluid (diarrhoea) waste from digested food is excreted as faeces.
The terminal end of the digestive system. It is the last inch or so of the rectum, composed of two circular sphincter muscles. In its normal state, the anus is closed tightly. During elimination of feces, the sphincter muscles relax, and the anus opens to allow passage of stool.
the opening at the lower end of the GI tract where solid waste is eliminated from the body.
the opening through which faeces are passed from the body
A-nus The opening to the anal canal. 764
The outlet of the digestive tract through which stool passes out of the body.
opening at the end of the rectum that allows solid waste to be eliminated.
Muscular opening at the end of the rectum is the outlet for solid waste.
the opening from the rectum to outside the body.
The opening at the end of an animal's digestive system where waste leaves the body.
The opening of the body where food waste (faeces) comes out.
Entrance to rectum.
The terminal opening of the gut; the solid residues of digestion are eliminated through the anus.
The last opening of the digestive tract. Feces are eliminated through this area.
(AY-nus): The opening through which stool leaves the body.
opening at the end of the digestive tract where the bowel contents leave the body.
the opening at the end of the digestive system from which feces (waste) exits the body.
the opening at the end of the digestive tract where bowel movements leave the body.
The final 4 cm (1.5 inches) of the large bowel, below the rectum, forming the excretory opening or anal canal.
Opening at the lower end of the rectum through which stools are passed
The posterior opening of the digestive tract.
The opening at the lower end of the large intestine.
The anus is the end of the large intestine. Part of the anus is inside the body and part is outside.
The "butt hole, " or small opening in a persons rear-end. This is where feces--solid waste (sometimes called "poop," "crap," or "shit")--leaves the body.
The opening between the buttocks through which you shit and can have ANAL SEX. The "ass hole".
The opening at the end of the alimentary canal through which excrement leaves the body.
The outlet of the rectum (the lower part of the large intestine), through which solid waste leaves the body.
The opening at the end of the digestive tract where faeces (poo) are pushed out from the body. There are tight muscles called sphincters which keep the anus closed at all other times.
The opening through which feces are passed from the body.
(A-nus) The distal end and outlet of the rectum.
Excretory opening of the intestinal tract.
An opening at the base of the tale. (see cloaca)
the lower opening of the digestive tract, lying in the cleft between the buttocks, through which fecal matter is eliminated.
Pronunciation: (a-nus) The opening at the lower end of the alimentary canal through which solid waste is eliminated from the body.[Middle English, from Latin nus, ring, anus.] Text Source (in part): The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
the opening where bowel movements leave your body when you go to the bathroom. It is not part of the reproductive system.
opening through which solid wastes are eliminated from the body
The opening at the very end of the digestive tract through which bowel movement are made.
The final stage of the digestion process in which material waste (stool) is excreted from the body.
Lower opening of the digestive tract, through which stools are discharged.
The external opening of the anorectal canal.
End of the digestive tract, or gut, through which waste products of digestion are excreted, as distinct from the mouth.
THE OPENING OF THE RECTUM
The anus is the opening at the end of the digestive system where solid waste leaves the body.
Outlet of the rectum, through which fecal waste passes.
the opening through which feces are eliminated, aka ass or asshole
The opening to the rectum.
the opening at the end of the anal canal.