Etymology
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anatomic (adj.)
"anatomical," 1712, from Latin anatomicus, from Greek anatomikos "relating to anatomy," from anatomia (see anatomy). Anatomical is older.
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anatomically (adv.)
1640s, from anatomical + -ly (2). Anatomically correct, of dolls and meaning "with genitalia," is attested 1968, perhaps 1967, American English, in reference to Petit Frère, an imported French boy doll.
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anatomical (adj.)
"of or pertaining to anatomy," 1580s; see anatomy + -ical.
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