the nontechnical name for innominate bone
hipbone hip·bone (hĭp’bōn’)
Either of two large flat bones formed by the fusion of ilium, ischium, and pubis, constituting the lateral half of the pelvis and articulating with its fellow, with the sacrum, and with the femur. Also called coxa, innominate bone.
Either of two large, flat bones, each forming one of the outer borders of the pelvis in mammals and consisting of the fused ilium, ischium, and pubis.
noun 1. a hip-high boot, usually of rubber, worn by fishermen, firefighters, etc.
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- Hip chick
noun phrase An alert and up-to-date young woman, esp in matters of popular culture, music, etc; flychick (1944+ Beat & cool talk)
noun, Veterinary Pathology. 1. a genetic disorder, typically affecting young dogs of medium- to large-sized breeds, characterized by alteration and malformation of the hip joint. noun 1. (vet science) a common disorder of large and giant-breed dogs, as well as other species, in which the femoral head does not sit properly in the socket of […]