noun, plural fur·cu·lae [fur-kyuh-lee] /ˈfɜr kyəˌli/.
Origin of furcula
noun, plural fur·cu·la [fur-kyuh-luh] /ˈfɜr kyə lə/.
Origin of furculum
Examples from the Web for furcula
Historical Examples of furcula
The furcula is large, and the scapula has a well developed acromion.
Anatomically, this genus is remarkable in the parrot tribe for having no furcula, or merry-thought bone.The Queer, the Quaint and the Quizzical
Frank H. Stauffer
In Furcula, the outer margin of the band is generally sharply bent inward just below the costa.Butterflies and Moths
William S. Furneaux
Mucrones: in Collembola the two small end pieces of the furcula, proceeding from the dentes.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
The coracoids are large, and the clavicles are nearly always united forming the furcula.