Architecture. a bracket or console, as one supporting part of a cornice.
anconal aspect of the distal extremity of the right humerus of “Meleagris antiquus” of Marsh.
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noun (pl) ancones (æŋˈkəʊniːz)
(architect) a projecting bracket or console supporting a cornice
a former technical name for elbow
anconal an·co·nal (āng’kə-nəl, āng-kō’-) or an·co·ne·al (āng-kō’nē-əl)
Relating to the elbow.
anconad anconad an·co·nad (āng’kō-nād’) adj. Anatomically located toward the elbow.
an altarpiece, usually consisting of a painted panel or panels, reliefs, or statues set in an elaborate frame. noun a port in central Italy, on the Adriatic, capital of the Marches: founded by Greeks from Syracuse in about 390 bc. Pop: 100 507 (2001)
- Anconeous muscle
anconeous muscle anconeous muscle an·co·ne·ous muscle (āng-kō’nē-əs) n. A muscle with its origin in the back of the lateral condyle of the humerus, with insertion to the olecranon process and the posterior surface of the ulna, with nerve supply from the radial nerve, and whose action extends the forearm and abducts the ulna in pronation […]
anconitis anconitis an·co·ni·tis (āng’kə-nī’tĭs) n. An inflammation of the elbow joint.