Origin of ungual
Examples from the Web for ungual
The terminal or ungual phalanges of the digits are commonly specially modified to support nails, claws, or hoofs.
The ungual phalanges are also large and are cleft at their extremities.
The ungual phalanx progressively decreases in size from the first to the fourth.
With some of the ungual phalanges there are also well-preserved examples of the epidermal sheath.Through the Heart of Patagonia|H. Hesketh Prichard
This count includes the distal or claw joints (ungual joints).The Wild Turkey and Its Hunting|Edward A. McIlhenny
Word Origin for ungual
"pertaining to a nail or claw," 1834, from Latin unguis "a claw, nail" (cognate with Greek onyx, Old English nægel, Old Norse nagl "nail;" see nail (n.)).