- ingrown hair,
- ingrown nail,
- inguinal canal,
- inguinal hernia,
- inguinal ligament,
- inguinal region,
- inguinal triangle
Origin of inguinal
Examples from the Web for inguinal
Turns out the fungi in our inguinal crease are not the same ones on our heel pad or behind our ear.
Patient 20 had a considerable amount of pus in the inguinal primary bubo, but it was not opened until after the last examination.Plague|Thomas Wright Jackson
In other features there are no remarkable differences in structure, save that the mammae, always three pairs, may be inguinal.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
The same remarks apply to enlargement of the inguinal glands, which is a common occurrence in case cancer involves the peritoneum.
The superficial lymphatic glands are frequently palpable in scurvy, especially those in the inguinal region.Scurvy Past and Present|Alfred Fabian Hess
There were two pairs of inguinal and one pair of abdominal mammae.
Word Origin for inguinal
1680s, from Latin inguinalis "of the groin," from inguen (genitive inguinis) "groin," from PIE *engw- "groin, internal organ" (cf. Greek aden "gland").