biceps brachii
noun Etymology: New Latin, literally, biceps of the arm Date: circa 1860 biceps a

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  • Biceps brachii — Musculus biceps brachii Ursprung Caput longum: Schulterblatt (Tuberculum supraglenoidale) Caput breve: Rabenschnabelfortsatz des Schulterblatts (Processus coracoideus scapulae) Ansatz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • biceps brachii — noun a muscle that flexes and supinates the forearm (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑musculus biceps brachii, ↑biceps humeri • Hypernyms: ↑biceps • Part Holonyms: ↑arm * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • biceps brachii — biceps bra·chii brā kē .ē, .ī n BICEPS (a) * * * see under musculus …   Medical dictionary

  • biceps brachii — /bray kee uy , kee ee , brak ee uy , ee ee /. See under biceps. [1855 60: < NL: lit., biceps of (the) arm] * * * …   Universalium

  • biceps brachii — noun The flexor in the upper arm. Syn: biceps, biceps cubiti …   Wiktionary

  • biceps, brachii —    Uala …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • Biceps brachii muscle — Muscle infobox Name = Biceps brachii Latin = musculus biceps brachii GraySubject = 124 GrayPage = 443 Caption = Origin = short head: coracoid process of the scapula. long head: supraglenoid tubercle Insertion = radial tuberosity Blood = brachial… …   Wikipedia

  • M. biceps brachii — Musculus biceps brachii Ursprung Caput longum: Schulterblatt (Tuberculum supraglenoidale) Caput breve: Rabenschnabelfortsatz des Schulterblatts (Processus coracoideus scapulae) Ansatz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Musculus biceps brachii — Ursprung Caput longum: Schulterblatt (Tuberculum supraglenoidale) Caput breve: Rabenschnabelfortsatz des Schulterblatts (Processus coracoideus scapulae) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • musculus biceps brachii — noun a muscle that flexes and supinates the forearm • Syn: ↑biceps brachii, ↑biceps humeri • Hypernyms: ↑biceps • Part Holonyms: ↑arm …   Useful english dictionary

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