ulnare

noun ul·nare \ˌəlˈna(a)rē, -ˈnärē\
variants: or

ulnar

\ˈəlnə(r)\

Definition of ulnare

plural

ulnaria

\-a(a)rēə, -ärēə\ or

ulnars

  1. 1 :  the third carpal bone or element of the proximal row counting from the radial side; specifically :  cuneiform 1b

  2. 2 or ulnar carpal :  a bone of a bird probably representing the ulnare and centrale and sometimes also the fifth metacarpal

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Origin and Etymology of ulnare

New Latin ulnare, from neuter of ulnaris ulnar


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