Definition of Cuneiforms

1. Noun. (plural of cuneiform) ¹



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Definition of Cuneiforms

1. cuneiform [n] - See also: cuneiform

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuneiforms

cuneate funiculus
cuneate leaf
cuneate nucleus
cuneated
cuneately
cuneatic
cuneiform
cuneiform bone
cuneiform bones
cuneiform cartilage
cuneiform cataract
cuneiform lobe
cuneiform tubercle
cuneiformist
cuneiformists
cuneiforms (current term)
cuneocerebellar tract
cuneocuboid
cuneocuboid joint
cuneocuboid ligaments
cuneometatarsal joints
cuneonavicular
cuneonavicular articulation
cuneonavicular joint
cuneonavicular ligaments
cuneoscaphoid
cunette
cunettes
cuneus
cunicular

Literary usage of Cuneiforms

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1. Fractures and dislocations, diagnosis and treatment by Miller Edward Preston (1915)
"A\l> cuneiforms. ... of the navicular and cuneiforms have been , V., ... on the cuneiforms and navicular. .. v.vi. na\ icular and cuneiforms are all ..."

2. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People by Ephraim Chambers (1870)
"The real and final discovery, complete groups of cuneiforms, copied by himself at however, ... Sir H. | recurring groups or combinations of cuneiforms. ..."

3. Dislocations and joint-fractures by Frederic Jay Cotton (1910)
"LUXATION OF THE cuneiforms Luxations of the cuneiform bones as a group, or singly, upward or downward, with or without displacement of the corresponding ..."

4. A Text-book on Minor Surgery by John Colin Vaughan (1922)
"Fracture of the Cuboid and cuneiforms.—There are no reported characteristic fractures of these bones. They may be broken by direct violence, either alone or ..."

5. Anatomy, Descriptive and Applied by Henry Gray (1913)
"The first cuneiform bone is the largest of the three cuneiforms. ... The Second Cuneiform Bone (os cuneiforms secundum; middle cuneiform) (Fig. 409). ..."

6. Atlas of applied (topographical) human anatomy for students and practioners c. 2 by Karl Heinrich von Bardeleben (1906)
"Very complex Joint-cavity between Scaphoid and the 3 cuneiforms, between the contiguous cuneiforms, between the Middle and External cuneiforms and the bases ..."

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