noun, plural car·pi [kahr-pahy]. /ˈkɑr paɪ/. Anatomy.
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In Chelonians, the turtle and tortoise group, the characters of the carpus vary with the family.
The lower surface shows that the wing had some rotary movement upon the carpus outward and backward.
It is there that we find the little group of bones which forms the carpus.
The carpus and tarsus of Amphibamus are as yet undecipherable.The Ancestry of Modern Amphibia: A Review of the Evidence|Theodore H. Eaton
The other blends with the posterior annular ligament of the carpus.Lameness of the Horse|John Victor Lacroix