Definition of Multangular. Meaning of Multangular. Synonyms of Multangular

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Definition of Multangular

Multangular
Multangular Mul*tan"gu*lar, a. [L. multangulus; multus much, many + angulus angle: cf. F. multangulaire.] Having many angles. -- Mul*tan"gu*lar*ly, adv. -- Mul*tan"gu*lar*ness, n.

Meaning of Multangular from wikipedia

- Multangular can refer to one of two bones: The Trapezoid (lesser multangular) The Trapezium (greater multangular) See also The Multangular Tower, a Roman...
- remains of the west corner of the Roman fort of Ebora****, including the Multangular Tower and parts of the Roman walls. In the same area there is also the...
- The trapezium bone (greater multangular bone) is a carpal bone in the hand. It forms the radial border of the carpal tunnel. The trapezium is distinguished...
- existing walls, as follows: a section (the west corner, including the Multangular Tower) in the Museum Gardens the north-west and north-east sections between...
- Multangular bone may refer to: Trapezium, also known as the greater multangular bone Trapezoid bone, also known as the lesser multangular bone...
- The trapezoid bone (lesser multangular bone) is a carpal bone in tetrapods, including humans. It is the smallest bone in the distal row of carpal bones...
- the dorsal surface, connecting the greater with the lesser multangular, the lesser multangular with the capitate, and the capitate with the hamate. The...
- and some fibres extend to the lateral side of the trapezium (greater multangular bone). It is in relation with the radial artery, which separates the...
- the anterior lip of the saddle-shaped articular surface of the greater multangular (trapezium). The flexor muscles pull the corresponding part of the articular...
- greater, the other from the lesser multangular. The third metacarpal receives two, one each from the lesser multangular and capitate. The fourth two, one...
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