[soo r-uh l]
of or relating to the calf of the leg.
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Origin of sural
1605–15; < New Latin sūrālis, equivalent to Latin sūr(a) calf of the leg + -ālis -al1
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anatomy of or relating to the calf of the leg
Word Origin for sural
C17: via New Latin from Latin sūra calf
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