[nok-nee] /ˈnɒkˌni/

inward curvature of the legs, causing the knees to knock together in walking.
knock-knees, the knees of a person whose legs have such curvature.
a condition in which the legs are bent inwards causing the knees to touch when standing Technical name genu valgum

knock-knee (nŏk’nē’)
A deformity of the legs in which the knees are abnormally close together and the ankles are spread widely apart.


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