cubitale

noun
cu·​bi·​tale | \ ˌkyübəˈta(ˌ)lē, -ā(ˌ)lē, -ä(ˌ)lē\
plural cubitalia\ -​lēə \

Definition of cubitale

: any of the cuneiform bones

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History and Etymology for cubitale

New Latin, from Latin, neuter of cubitalis cubital

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