[lim-ber-nek] /ˈlɪm bərˌnɛk/
noun, Veterinary Pathology.
a fatal infection of botulism affecting birds, especially chickens and ducks, characterized by weakness of the muscles and inability to eat.
[lim-ber] /ˈlɪm bər/ adjective 1. characterized by ease in bending the body; supple; lithe. 2. bending readily; flexible; pliant. verb (used without object) 3. to make oneself limber (usually followed by up): to limber up before the game. verb (used with object) 4. to make (something) limber (usually followed by up): She tried to limber […]
noun 1. a pine, Pinus flexilis, of western North America, having light, soft wood used locally for railroad ties, poles, fuel, etc.
- Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy
limb-girdle muscular dystrophy n. A progressive inherited disorder that usually begins in preadolescents and is characterized by symptoms similar to those present in facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy with the pelvic girdle often being the most severely affected part.
[lim-bik] /ˈlɪm bɪk/ adjective 1. pertaining to or of the nature of a or border; marginal. adj. 1879, from French limbique (1878, Broca), from limbe, from Latin limbus “edge” (see limb (n.2)). Limbic system is attested from 1950. limbic lim·bic (lĭm’bĭk) adj.