Bursal



Anatomy, Zoology. a pouch, sac, or vesicle, especially a sac containing synovia, to facilitate motion, as between a tendon and a bone.
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The Parent’s Assistant Maria Edgeworth
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The Parent’s Assistant Maria Edgeworth
The Parent’s Assistant Maria Edgeworth
The Parent’s Assistant Maria Edgeworth
The Parent’s Assistant Maria Edgeworth
The Parent’s Assistant Maria Edgeworth
The Parent’s Assistant Maria Edgeworth
The Parent’s Assistant Maria Edgeworth

noun (pl) -sae (-siː), -sas
a small fluid-filled sac that reduces friction between movable parts of the body, esp at joints
(zoology) any saclike cavity or structure
noun
a city in NW Turkey: founded in the 2nd century bc; seat of Bithynian kings. Pop: 1 413 000 (2005 est) Former name Brusa
n.
bur’sal adj.
bursa
(bûr’sə)
Plural bursae (bûr’sē) or bursas
A flattened sac containing a lubricating fluid that reduces friction between two moving structures in the body, as a tendon and a bone.
bursa [(bur-suh)]

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