abductor muscle of little toe
abductor muscle of little toe n.
A muscle with origin from the lateral and the medial processes of the calcanean tuberosity, with insertion to the lateral side of the proximal phalanx of the fifth toe, with nerve supply from the lateral plantar nerve, and whose action abducts and flexes the little toe.
1830–76, sultan of Turkey 1861–76 (brother of Abdul-Mejid I). Historical Examples Abdul-Aziz, sultan of Morocco, was only fourteen at his accession; b. 1880. The Nuttall Encyclopaedia Edited by Rev. James Wood
- Abdul-hamid ii
1842–1918, sultan of Turkey 1876–1909. noun 1842–1918, sultan of Turkey (1876–1909), deposed by the Young Turks, noted for his brutal suppression of the Armenian revolt (1894–96)
Kareem [kuh-reem] /kəˈrim/ (Show IPA), (Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor, Jr) born 1947, U.S. basketball player.
- Abdul-mejid i
1823–61, sultan of Turkey 1839–61 (brother of Abdul-Aziz).
- Abdul rahman
Tunku [too ng-koo] /ˈtʊŋ ku/ (Show IPA), 1903–90, Malaysian political leader: first prime minister of Malaya 1957–63 and prime minister of Malaysia 1963–70. Prince Abdul [ahb-dool] /ˈɑb dul/ (Show IPA), 1903–90, Malayan political leader: prime minister of Malaya 1957–63; premier of Malaysia 1963–70. Contemporary Examples Most of the world knows Abdul Rahman Omeir al-Naimi as […]