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anklebone (plural anklebones)
- The bone of the ankle.
- , [William Tyndale, transl.], The Newe Testamēt as it was Written and Caused to be Writtē by Them which Herde Yt. To whom also Oure Saveoure Christ Jesus Commaunded that They Shulde Preache it vnto Al Creatures (Tyndale Bible), [Worms, Germany: Peter Schöffer], OCLC 762018299; republished as The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: Published in 1526. Being the First Translation from the Greek into English, by that Eminent Scholar and Martyr, William Tyndale. Reprinted Verbatim: With a Memoir of His Life and Writings, by George Offor. Together with the Proceedings and Correspondence of Henry VIII., Sir T[homas] More, and Lord Cromwell, London: Samuel Bagster, 15, Paternoster Row, 1836, OCLC 679500256, The Actes off the Apostles III:[7–8], folio xcviii, verso, page :
- And immediatly his fete and anclebones receaved strenght, and he sprange, stode, and also walked, and entred with them into the temple walkynge, and leapynge, and laudynge god.