Origin of navicular
Examples from the Web for navicular
Historical Examples of navicular
It articulates with the second metatarsal and with the navicular.
It articulates with the third metatarsal and with the navicular.
You've a lot to learn about navicular, you 'ave, if you can talk such rot as that!Lyre and Lancet
With navicular disease it sooner or later makes its appearance.
There was no adherence of the tendon to the navicular bone nor any ulceration.
noun Also: naviculare (nəˌvɪkjʊˈlɑːrɪ)
Word Origin for navicular
"boat-shaped," 1540s, from Late Latin navicularis "pertaining to a boat," from navicula, diminutive of navis "ship" (see naval).