[kruhp-er, kroo p-] /ˈkrʌp ər, ˈkrʊp-/
a leather strap fastened to the saddle of a harness and looping under the tail of a horse to prevent the harness from slipping forward.
the rump or buttocks of a horse.
armor for the rump of a horse.
a strap from the back of a saddle that passes under the horse’s tail to prevent the saddle from slipping forwards
the part of the horse’s rump behind the saddle
[kruhs, kroos] /krʌs, krus/ noun, plural crura [kroo r-uh] /ˈkrʊər ə/ (Show IPA). Anatomy, Zoology. 1. the part of the leg or hind limb between the femur or thigh and the ankle or tarsus; shank. 2. a limb or process, as of a bone or other structure. 3. any of various parts likened to a […]
- Crural canal
crural canal n. See femoral canal.
- Crural hernia
crural hernia n. See femoral hernia.
- Crural sheath
crural sheath n. See femoral sheath.