cotyloid

[kot-l-oid]

Origin of cotyloid

1750–60; < Greek kotyloeidḗs, equivalent to kotýl(ē) cup + -oeidēs -oid
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British Dictionary definitions for cotyloid

cotyloid

cotyloidal

adjective
    1. shaped like a cup
    2. of or relating to the acetabulum
noun
  1. a small bone forming part of the acetabular cavity in some mammals

Word Origin for cotyloid

C18: from Greek kotuloeidēs cup-shaped, from kotulē a cup
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cotyloid in Medicine

cotyloid

[kŏtl-oid′]
adj.
  1. Shaped like a cup.
  2. Relating to the acetabulum.
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