|ankle bone, of the ankle||tarsal|
|(1650-1702) British doctor who was famous for his research on bone structure and after whom Haversian canals were named||Clopton Havers|
|(Anatomy) any of several hollow cavities or passages in the body; one of the hollow cavities in the skull that connects to the nasal passages, cavity in bone of skull, channel for blood, channel leading from body cavity, notch between leaves||sinus|
|(Anatomy) lachrymal bone (bone of the inner corner of the eye); vessel used to collect the tears of the bereaved, crying, lacrimal, of or pertaining to tears; producing tears, secreting tears; lacrimal, of or near the organs which secrete tears (Anatomy)||lachrymal|
|(Anatomy) pertaining to an ethmoid (at the base of the skull), bone at the base of the skull (Anatomy)||ethmoid|
|(Anatomy) pertaining to osteoclasts (cells which absorb calcium from bone and cartilage)||osteoclastic|
|(Anatomy) slightly cupped (of the shape of a bone), of shoulder socket, shaped like small cup||glenoid|
|(Anatomy) small fossa, small cavity or depression in a bone||fossula|
|(Medicine) bone fracture in which one side of the bone is bent and the other side is broken (most often occurs in children)||greenstick fracture|
|(Medicine) inflammation of the tendons, inflammation of the tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone (also spelled tendinitis)||tendonitis|
|(Medicine) perform surgery with a small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone, remove a circle of bone or tissue, small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone (Medicine), surgical instrument||trephine|
|(Medicine) using a trephine, using a small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone||trephination|
|(Pathology) condition characterized by softening of the bones (occurring especially in pregnant women), bone disease||osteomalacia|
|(Surgery) surgical procedure in which the stapes bone in the inner ear is replaced with a prosthetic device (to relieve deafness), surgical removal of bone in ear||stapedectomy|
|1960s dance, bend, bread or roll, cigar or tobacco, coil, curl, spin, turn; rotate opposite ends of an object in opposing directions; entwine; distort, pervert; sprain (ankle, etc.); produce a spiral shape, constantly change direction, distort meaning,...||twist|
|22nd letter of Hebrew alphabet, climb by wrapping the arms and legs around an object and pulling oneself upward, climb using arms and legs, cut of beef, front of lower leg, front part of the leg between the knee and ankle; tibia, bone located at the fr...||shin|
|a support, a visit, act of halting; visit, temporary residence; suspension of a legal proceeding; brace; small piece of bone or plastic used to stiffen part of a garment; heavy rope (Nautical), alleviate in the short term, be around for something, comf...||stay|
|a trademark for a high-quality porcelain or bone china, porcelain designed and made by the Spodes or the factory they founded; Josiah Spode (1733-97) and his son Josiah (1754-1827), English potters||Spode|
|a trademark for shoes and boots, especially low-cut patent-leather shoes for girls with a strap fastening near the ankle at the side||Mary Janes|
|abnormal bony growth, outgrowth on a bone, protrusion on a bone||osteophyte|
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