articular

[ahr-tik-yuh-ler]

Origin of articular

1400–50; late Middle English < Latin articulāris pertaining to the joints. See article, -ar1
Related formsar·tic·u·lar·ly, adverbin·ter·ar·tic·u·lar, adjectivemul·ti·ar·tic·u·lar, adjectivepost·ar·tic·u·lar, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for interarticular

articular

adjective
  1. of or relating to joints or to the structural components in a joint

Word Origin for articular

C15: from Latin articulāris concerning the joints, from articulus small joint; see article
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Word Origin and History for interarticular

articular

adj.

from Latin articularis "pertaining to the joints," from articulus (see articulate (v.)).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

interarticular in Medicine

interarticular

[ĭn′tər-är-tĭkyə-lər]
adj.
  1. Situated between two joint surfaces.

articular

[är-tĭkyə-lər]
adj.
  1. Of or relating to a joint or joints.
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