- of or relating to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot.
Origin of volar1
- pertaining to or used for flight.
Origin of volar2
Related Words for volarfloating, aerial, soaring, express, mobile, fleet, drifting, gliding, waving, streaming, flapping, winging, mercurial, speedy, aeronautical, airborne, avian, volant, volar
Examples from the Web for volar
Historical Examples of volar
There is volar flexion of the phalanges when the subject is at rest.
Volar flexion of the phalanges relieves tension on the parts; therefore, this position is assumed while the subject is at rest.
Volar flexion in a sufficient degree to relax the inflamed structures is always evident.
In other subjects, while able to stand and walk, great difficulty is experienced because of volar flexion of the phalanges.
Wouldn't that same question arise if it went through the volar aspect and exited through the dorsal aspect?Warren Commission (6 of 26): Hearings Vol. VI (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
- anatomy of or relating to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot
Word Origin for volar
1814, from Latin vola "the hollow of a hand or foot."