coracoid

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin corax +‎ -oid.

Noun[edit]

coracoid (plural coracoids)

  1. (anatomy) Part of the scapula that projects towards the sternum in mammals; the coracoid process
  2. (anatomy) A small bone linking the scapula and sternum in birds, reptiles and some other vertebrates

Adjective[edit]

coracoid (not comparable)

  1. hooked like the beak of a crow
  2. Relating to the coracoid process

Derived terms[edit]


Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French coracoïde

Adjective[edit]

coracoid m or n (feminine singular coracoidă, masculine plural coracoizi, feminine and neuter plural coracoide)

  1. coracoid

Declension[edit]