Definition of Metatarsi

1. Noun. (plural of metatarsus) ¹



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Definition of Metatarsi

1. metatarsus [n] - See also: metatarsus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Metatarsi

metatables
metatag
metatags
metatarsal
metatarsal arch
metatarsal artery
metatarsal bone
metatarsal bones
metatarsal reflex
metatarsal vein
metatarsalgia
metatarsals
metatarse
metatarsectomy
metatarses
metatarsi (current term)
metatarsophalangeal
metatarsophalangeal articulations
metatarsophalangeal joint
metatarsophalangeal joints
metatarsus
metatarsus adductovarus
metatarsus atavicus
metatarsus latus
metatarsus varus
metatartaric acid
metatask
metatasks
metate

Literary usage of Metatarsi

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1. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"metatarsi of fourth toes. metatarsi of little toes. Fibula. 3. ... metatarsi of great and little toes Adductors of great toes. Proximal phalanges of little ..."

2. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"SPAVIN TREATED BY SECTION OF THE OBLIQUE TENDON OF THE FLEXOR metatarsi. By JOHN MALCOLM, FRCVS, ..."

3. The Anatomy of the Frog by Alexander Ecker, George Haslam (1889)
"Its tendon runs in the hollow which the great toe forms, and is inserted into the inner side of the os metatarsi I. 153. M. flexor brevis digiti I (Fig. ..."

4. The Principles and Practice of Veterinary Surgery by William Williams (1882)
"*i3 discovered that the flexor metatarsi was lacerated across its whole thickness, at a point corresponding to ..."

5. A Monograph of the Culicidae, Or Mosquitoes by Frederick Vincent Theobald (1901)
"towards its apex; tibiae dark brown, with yellow apex, black hairs and golden spines; metatarsi and tarsi dark brown, with pale apical and basal banding; ..."

6. Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Entomological Section (1915)
"pilosus Loew Middle metatarsi not ciliated. (Mex.) inornatus Aid. 20 Last four joints of hind tarsi regularly decreasing in length. (WI, Brazil. ..."

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