noun, plural rhom·boi·de·i [rom-boi-dee-ahy] /rɒmˈbɔɪ diˌaɪ/. Anatomy.
either of two back muscles that function to move the scapula.
Origin of rhomboideus
Also called rhomboid.
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noun plural -dei (-dɪˌaɪ)
anatomy either of two muscles that connect the spinal vertebrae to the scapulae
Word Origin for rhomboideus
C19: New Latin, from Late Latin rhomboides : see rhomboid
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