Definition of Fabella. Meaning of Fabella. Synonyms of Fabella

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Definition of Fabella

Fabella
Fabella Fa*bel"la, n.; pl. Fabellae (-l?). [NL., dim. of L. faba a bean.] (Anat.) One of the small sesamoid bones situated behind the condyles of the femur, in some mammals.

Meaning of Fabella from wikipedia

- Latin word faba means bean and '-ella' is a Latin diminutive suffix, thus fabella means a little bean. It is a small sesamoid bone found in some mammals...
- Gabriel Fabrero Fabella (March 18, 1898 – January 29, 1982) was a prominent Filipino historian during the 20th century. He is primarily known as the historian...
- José F. Fabella (October 26, 1888 – January 16, 1945) was a Filipino physician and a public health advocate regarded in a biography as the "father of...
- Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital, the National Maternity Hospital, is a maternal and newborn tertiary hospital located in Santa Cruz, Manila in the...
- Raul V. Fabella (born 12 April 1949, Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippines) is a Filipino academic, economist and National Scientist of the Philippines...
- The fabella sign is displacement of the fabella that is seen in cases of synovial effusion and popliteal fossa m****es. The fabella is an accessory ossicle...
- Fabella (21 April 1930 – 27 November 2008) was a Filipino businessman and educator. He served as Secretary of Education from 1992 to 1994. Fabella was...
- The Jose Fabella Memorial School (Filipino: Pang-alaalang Paaralang Jose Fabella; abbreviated as JFMS and commonly known as Fabella) is a public integrated...
- Virginia Fabella, M. M. is a Filipina theologian and Maryknoll sister, known for her works in Asian feminist theology and postcolonial theology. Fabella was...
- Mandaluyong City, Philippines. It was founded in 1919 by Don Vicente Fabella, the Philippines' first certified accountant. José Rizal University is...
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