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hallucal

[ hal-yuh-kuhl ]
/ ˈhæl yə kəl /
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adjective

of or relating to the hallux.

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Origin of hallucal

1885–90; <New Latin halluc- (stem of hallux) hallux + -al1
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Medical definitions for hallucal

hallucal
[ hălə-kəl, -yə- ]

adj.

Relating to the first digit of the foot.
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