urinary, a. [L. urina urine: cf. F. urinaire.].
Urinary calculus (Med.), a concretion composed of some one or more crystalline constituents of the urine, liable to be found in any portion of the urinary passages or in the pelvis of the kidney. -- Urinary pigments, (Physiol. Chem.), certain colored substances, urochrome, or urobilin, uroerythrin, etc., present in the urine together with indican, a colorless substance which by oxidation is convertible into colored bodies.
Of or pertaining to the urine; as, the urinary bladder; urinary excretions. [1913 Webster]
Resembling, or being of the nature of, urine. [1913 Webster]