a: a human upper limb b: the part of the human upper limb between the shoulder and the wrist; also:brachium
a: the forelimb of a vertebrate other than a human being b: a limb of an invertebrate animal c: any of the usually two parts of a chromosome lateral to the centromere
Upper limb of a biped, particularly a primate. Primate arms have one long bone, the humerus, in the upper arm above the elbow, and two thinner bones, the radius and ulna, in the forearm. The triceps muscle straightens the forearm at the elbow joint; the brachialis and biceps muscles bend it. Forearm and small muscles in the hand move the hand and fingers. The term may also denote the limb or the locomotive or prehensile organ of an invertebrate (e.g., the ray of a starfish or the tentacle of an octopus).