Origin of articular
Examples from the Web for articular
The articular ridge is prominent, and the furrow deep, but not in so great a degree as in T. crulescens.A Monograph on the Sub-class Cirripedia (Volume 2 of 2)|Charles Darwin
Backward dislocation is prevented by the articular surface of the astragalus being broader in front than behind.
An articular facet begins on the manubrium near the neck and spirals halfway around the head of the malleus.Genera and Subgenera of Chipmunks|John A. White
Irregularity and inconstancy are the typical features of articular rheumatism.
If allowed to unite with the condyle displaced, the articular surface is oblique and bow- or knock-knee results.
British Dictionary definitions for articular
Word Origin for articular
Word Origin and History for articular
from Latin articularis "pertaining to the joints," from articulus (see articulate (v.)).