Definition of Cotyle. Meaning of Cotyle. Synonyms of Cotyle

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Definition of Cotyle

Cotyle
Cotyla Cot"y*la (k?t"?-l?), Cotyle Cot"y*le (k?t"?-l?), n. [Gr. ??? anything hollow, cup of a joint, small meassure: cf. L. cotyla a measure.] (Anat.) A cuplike cavity or organ. Same as Acetabulum.

Meaning of Cotyle from wikipedia

- radius and of the ulna in birds. In cl****ical antiquity, the cotyla or cotyle (Ancient Gr****: κοτύλη) was a measure of capacity among the Romans and Gr****s:...
- Genus: Ptyonoprogne Species: P. concolor Binomial name Ptyonoprogne concolor (Sykes, 1832)   Approximate range Synonyms Hirundo concolor Cotyle concolor...
- borbonica (Gmelin, 1789) Approximate range in Africa   Resident   Non-breeding Synonyms Cotyle borbonica Gmelin, 1789 Hirundo borbonica. Bonaparte, 1850....
- special processes projecting adjacent to their condyle and cotyle, the exapophyses, and the cotyle also may possess a small prong on its midline called a...
- each vertebra, the cotyle. Cryodrakon's postexapophyses were prominent in width but short in length, clearly separated from the cotyle, and their facets...
- is only one cotyle, from which von Huene deduced it must have been a metacarpal. However, several coelurosaurian groups lack a second cotyle on the first...
- wine. A common unit in both measures throughout historic Greece was the cotyle or cotyla whose absolute value varied from one place to another between...
- do not extend below the ventral margin of the centrum. The condyles and cotyles are weakly dorsoventrally compressed. The cervical vertebrae are almost...
- of which the scapulotricipital muscles attached –, a point-tipped dorsal cotyle and only a shallow depression to house the meniscus between ulna and radius;...
- 3000 BC Cases with Gr**** geometric and archaic pottery Protocorinthian cotyle, early 7th century BC Base of marble perirhanterion (holy water bowl) from...
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