Origin of coccyx
OTHER WORDS FROM coccyxcoc·cyg·e·al [kok-sij-ee-uhl, -sij-uhl], /kɒkˈsɪdʒ i əl, -ˈsɪdʒ əl/, adjectivein·ter·coc·cyg·e·al, adjectivepre·coc·cyg·e·al, adjective
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How to use coccyx in a sentence
Following a motorcycle crash in which I knocked out my left knee and fractured my coccyx in seven places 10 years ago, I’ve struggled to bend into deep deadlifts.After 100 Workouts on Tonal, I’m Never Going to a Gym Again|wsiler|February 12, 2022|Outside Online
Lumbar support cushions like this one by Everlasting Comfort, and this one by Newgam, can help avoid and relieve pain in the lower back and coccyx by facilitating a neutral position.
The Englishman coming up behind her seized her where he could, in the region of her coccyx and her left rib cage.
The sinus on the back extends from the coccyx to the ribs, and from one ilium to the other.Report on Surgery to the Santa Clara County Medical Society|Joseph Bradford Cox
The pieces of the abdomen and of the terminal segment correspond to the bones of the abdomen and coccyx (p. 458).Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
The bone immediately below the sacrum, called the coccyx, is essentially the representative of the tail in man.Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
In Man all the four caudal vertebrae are rudimentary and are fused together, forming the coccyx.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds
The os coccyx in man, though functionless as a tail, plainly represents this part in other vertebrate animals.