dextrality

[dek-stral-i-tee]

noun

the state or quality of having the right side or its parts or members different from and, usually, more efficient than the left side or its parts or members; right-handedness.
preference for using the right hand or side.Compare sinistrality.
Zoology. the state of being dextral.

Origin of dextrality

First recorded in 1640–50; dextral + -ity
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dextrality in Medicine

dextrality

[dĕk-strălĭ-tē]

n.

Preference for the right hand in performing manual tasks; right-handedness.
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