- supervisory board,
- supinator muscle,
Origin of supination
Examples from the Web for supination
The elbow is flexed at a right angle, and the forearm supported in a sling midway between pronation and supination.
The wrist has also forward and backward movements, either in pronation, in supination, or the normal state.Delsarte System of Oratory|Various
Those defending the upper left-hand quarter are “quarte” (fourth; in supination) and “quinte” (fifth; in pronation).
When the displaced head of the bone interferes with supination, or with extension, it should be removed.
All movements are painful, but especially movements in the direction of supination.
1660s, from Latin supinationem (nominative supinatio), noun of action from supinare (see supine).