lumbar

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The lumbar vertebrae.

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From Latin lumbus (loin) + -ar. See loin.

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lumbar (not comparable)

  1. Related to the lower back or loin, specifically the five vertebrae between the rib cage and the pelvis.
    Synonym: lumbal
    • 2008, David J. Magee, Orthopedic Physical Assessment, 5th edition, page 515:
      The lumbar spine supports the upper body and transmits the weight of the upper body to the pelvis and lower limbs.

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lumbar (plural lumbars)

  1. (informal) The lumbar region.
    Synonym: lower back
  2. A lumbar vertebra.
    • 1905, Robert W. Lovett, “The mechanism of the normal spine and its relation to scoliosis”, in Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, volume 153, number 13, page 354-355:
      The first lumbar moved between the erect position and extreme flexion 8.2 cm.

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lumbar m or f (masculine and feminine plural lumbars)

  1. (anatomy) lumbar

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lumbar m or f (plural lumbares)

  1. (anatomy) lumbar

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin lumbus (loin) +‎ -ar.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /lumˈbaɾ/ [lũmˈbaɾ]
  • Rhymes: -aɾ
  • Syllabification: lum‧bar

Adjective[edit]

lumbar (plural lumbares)

  1. lumbar

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