opposer muscle of little finger op·pos·er muscle of little finger (ə-pō’zər)
A muscle with origin from the hamate bone and flexor retinaculum, with insertion into the shaft of the fifth metacarpal bone, with nerve supply from the ulnar nerve, and whose action draws the ulnar side of the hand toward the center of the palm.
- Opposer muscle of thumb
opposer muscle of thumb n. A muscle with origin from the trapezium bone and the flexor retinaculum, with insertion into the first metacarpal bone, with nerve supply from the median nerve, and whose actction allows the thumb to move in a direction in contrast to that of the other fingers.
[uh-pohz] /əˈpoʊz/ verb (used with object), opposed, opposing. 1. to act against or provide resistance to; combat. 2. to stand in the way of; hinder; obstruct. 3. to set as an or adversary. 4. to be hostile or adverse to, as in opinion: to oppose a resolution in a debate. 5. to set as an […]
[op-uh-zit, -sit] /ˈɒp ə zɪt, -sɪt/ adjective 1. situated, placed, or lying face to face with something else or each other, or in corresponding positions with relation to an intervening line, space, or thing: opposite ends of a room. 2. contrary or radically different in some respect common to both, as in nature, qualities, direction, […]
noun 1. counterpart; equivalent: New members with an interest in folk art will find their opposite numbers in the association’s directory. noun 1. a person holding an equivalent and corresponding position on another side or situation