of or relating to the shoulders or the scapula or scapulae.
Ecclesiastical. a loose, sleeveless monastic garment, hanging from the shoulders.
two small pieces of woolen cloth, joined by strings passing over the shoulders, worn under the ordinary clothing as a badge of affiliation with a religious order, a token of devotion, etc.
Anatomy, Zoology. scapula.
Ornithology. one of the scapular feathers.
(anatomy) of or relating to the scapula
part of the monastic habit worn by members of many Christian, esp Roman Catholic, religious orders, consisting of a piece of woollen cloth worn over the shoulders, and hanging down in front and behind to the ankles
two small rectangular pieces of woollen cloth joined by tapes passing over the shoulders and worn under secular clothes in token of affiliation to a religious order
any of the small feathers that are attached to the humerus of a bird and lie along the shoulder
scapular scap·u·lar (skāp’yə-lər) or scap·u·lar·y (-lěr’ē)
Of or relating to the shoulder or scapula.
adjective 1. scapular1 . noun, plural scapularies. 2. Surgery. a shoulder dressing that keeps the shoulder or another bandage in place.
scapulectomy scap·u·lec·to·my (skāp’yə-lěk’tə-mē) n. Surgical removal of the scapula.
or scapulomancy [skap-yuh-luh-man-see] /ˈskæp yə ləˌmæn si/ noun 1. divination of the future by observation of the cracking of a mammal’s scapula that has been heated by a fire or hot instrument. noun divination by shoulder blade bone that has been heated to cracked or burned state; also written scapulomancy , also called spatulamancy See […]
1. a combining form representing scapula, in compound words: scapulohumeral. scapulo- pref. Shoulder: scapulopexy.