malleal

adjective
mal·​le·​al | \ˈmalēəl\
variants: or less commonly mallear \ -​ēə(r) \

Definition of malleal 

: of or relating to the malleus

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History and Etymology for malleal

probably from (assumed) New Latin mallealis, mallearis, from New Latin malleus + Latin -alis -al or -aris -ar

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