- genicular vein,
- geniculate body,
- geniculate ganglion,
- geniculate neuralgia,
Origin of geniculate
Examples from the Web for geniculate
Elaters simple or branched, often geniculate, more or less heteromorphous, the fibres wanting or indistinct.
Scape: the long basal joint of a geniculate antenna in Coleoptera; usually applied to the three basal joints, as in Hymenoptera.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
Geniculate, bent abruptly, like a knee (genu), as many stems.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
Word Origin for geniculate
"having knots or joints," 1660s, from Latin geniculatus, from geniculum "little knee, knot on the stalk of a plant," diminutive of genu "knee" (see knee (n.)).