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Organ (from ancient Greek ὄργανον organon , tool ') stands:

  • in biology for a part of the body or a functional tissue unit, see organ (biology)
  • in jurisprudence for the natural person or group of persons ("collegial body") who acts for a legal person, see body (law)
  • for a newspaper or magazine that publishes the official position of an organization (political party, interest group, etc.), see organ (media) and central organ

Organ are called:

Organ is the name of

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Wiktionary: Organ  - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations