Words nearby lumbo-
WORDS THAT USE LUMBO-
What does lumbo- mean?
Lumbo– is a combining form used like a prefix meaning “loin.” Loin, frequently in the plural loins, refers to the part of the body above your hip and below the ribcage or around the groin. Lumbo– is occasionally used in medical terms, especially in anatomy.
Lumbo– comes from Latin lumbus, meaning “loin,” which is also the source of loin as well as technical terms such as lumbago, a type of pain in the lower back, and numbles, the innards of certain animals that are used for food.
What are variants of lumbo-?
Examples of lumbo-
What are some words that use the combining form lumbo-?
What are some other forms that lumbo– may be commonly confused with?
Not every word that begins with the exact letters lumb-, such as lumbrical or lumber, is necessarily using the combining form lumbo– to denote “loin.” Learn why lumber means “wood” at our entry for the word.
How to use lumbo- in a sentence
"It ain't no use to stab for such a hole in the wall as Lumbo Reach," declared Candage in discouraged tones.
Behind Lumbo-gangri are the valley and river of the Rukyok-tsangpo, which flows to the Chaktak-tsangpo.Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Sven Hedin
This morning I tried Lumbo and two other shelters, and then chased along the trail of the blow.
Lumbo-abdominal neuralgia and sciatica have yielded much more readily than brachial or dorso-intercostal neuralgia, etc., etc.The Electric Bath|George M. Schweig
Its corresponding vein is in close contact behind, as also the lumbo-sacral nerve, the obdurator nerve to its outer side.A Manual of the Operations of Surgery|Joseph Bell