[pal-mer, pahl-, pah-mer]
- of, relating to, or located in or on the palm of the hand or to the corresponding part of the forefoot of an animal.
Origin of palmar
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Almost immediately after these events the general returned to the Palmar.The Red Track
It is also less upon the palmar and plantar surfaces than elsewhere.
Bravo took Palmar, by storm, after a resistance of three days.
These are the three aspects: the palmar, dorsal and digital.Delsarte System of Oratory
All specimens from Arteaga have two palmar tubercles; the inner and outer metatarsal tubercles are subequal in size.The Amphibians and Reptiles of Michoacn, Mxico
William E. Duellman
- of or relating to the palm of the hand
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palmar(păl′mər, päl′-, pä′mər)
- Of, relating to, or corresponding to the palm of the hand.
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