Definition of Humerals

1. humeral [n] - See also: humeral



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Humerals

humectation
humectations
humected
humecting
humective
humects
humefied
humefies
humefy
humefying
humeral
humeral artery
humeral articulation
humeral head
humeral veil
humerals (current term)
humeri
humeroperoneal
humeroradial
humeroradial articulation
humeroradial joint
humeroscapular
humeroulnar
humeroulnar head of flexor digitorum superficialis muscle
humeroulnar joint
humerus
humf
humfed
humfing
humfs

Literary usage of Humerals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1872)
"The deeper, post-axial, or sub-bicipital, coraco-humerals arise from the coracoid beneath the biceps, as best seen in Reptiles. They may be traced, ..."

2. A history of British birds, indigenous and migratory by William Macgillivray (1852)
"The outer secondaries, to the number of about twelve, are white, the rest and the humerals dusky. The anterior edge of the wing is narrowly marked with ..."

3. Observations in Myology by George Murray Humphry (1872)
"The deeper, post-axial, or sub bicipital, coraco-humerals arise from the coracoid beneath the biceps, as best seen in Reptiles. They may be traced, ..."

4. Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1894)
"... or humerals. (2) Those originating upon any part of the forearm, or of the integuments connected therewith; these will be termed the ..."

5. A Manual of Palæontology, for the Use of Students: For the Use of Students by Henry Alleyne Nicholson, Richard Lydekker (1889)
"On the ventral aspect of the plastron (fig. 1016) there are usually six pairs of shields, of which the most anterior are termed gulars, the next humerals ..."

6. Fieldiana: Geology by Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Natural History Museum (1907)
"The humerals are relatively smaller than in B. variolosus. They present for union at the median line a surface barely a half-inch in length. ..."

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