verb (used with object), supinated, supinating.
to turn to a supine position; rotate (the hand or foot) so that the palm or sole is upward.
verb (used without object), supinated, supinating.
to become supinated.
to turn (the hand and forearm) so that the palm faces up or forwards
supinate su·pi·nate (sōō’pə-nāt’)
v. su·pi·nat·ed, su·pi·nat·ing, su·pi·nates
To assume, or to be placed in, a supine position.
noun 1. rotation of the hand or forearm so that the palmar surface is facing upward (opposed to pronation). 2. a comparable motion of the foot, consisting of adduction followed by inversion. 3. the position assumed as the result of this rotation.
noun, Anatomy. 1. a muscle used in supination. noun 1. (anatomy) the muscle of the forearm that can produce the motion of supination
- Supinator muscle
supinator muscle su·pi·na·tor muscle (sōō’pə-nā’tər) n. A muscle with origin from the humerus and the ulna, with insertion into the radius, with nerve supply from the radial nerve, and whose action supinates the forearm.
adjective 1. lying on the back, face or front upward. 2. inactive, passive, or inert, especially from indolence or indifference. 3. (of the hand) having the palm upward. noun 4. (in Latin) a noun form derived from verbs, appearing only in the accusative and the dative-ablative, as dictū in mirābile dictū, “wonderful to say.”. 5. […]