Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Between two columns; specifically, in anatomy, extending between the pillars or columns of the external abdominal ring.
- adj. Between columns.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Between columns or pillars
- inter- + columnar (Wiktionary)
“Note 111: "(In porticu) a structure that provides the intercolumnia [intercolumnar loci] often recommended as backgrounds for memory work.”
“The portico, entered by two steps, had a depth of 7.74 meters and intercolumnar space of 2.42 meters.”
“The columns were of different substances; some of handsome marble, others of rough stone meanly plastered over, with dissimilar capitals, vulgarly cut shafts of various sizes; here with a pediment, there without, now turned upside down, then joined together by halves in the centre, and almost invariably nescient of intercolumnar rule.”
“Wren noticed that the intercolumnar spacing was less irregular to the east.”
“In other instances, the two bands of the aponeurosis, known as the "pillars of the ring," together with the transverse fibres, or "intercolumnar fascia," firmly embrace and support the cord as far inwards as the point”
“Scarpa, and, others, I find attempts made to establish a distinction between what is called the "intercolumnar fascia" and the "spermatic fascia," and just as if these were structures separable from each other or from the aponeurotic sheath of the external oblique muscle.”
“The forms of Morrison and Vogelstein almost blocked the generous intercolumnar space as shoulder to shoulder they moved away between the yellow marble pillars and under the green and gold ceiling.”
“The Intercrural Fascia (intercolumnar or external spermatic fascia) is a thin membrane, prolonged downward around the surface of the cord and testis (see page 411).”
“The Intercrural Fibers (fibræ intercrurales; intercolumnar fibers).”
“There are invariably two naves crossing each other at right angles, the upper end of which, rounded off in a half circle, forms the choir; there are always two lower-pitched side-aisles for the processionsthe chapelssort of lateral passages communicating with the nave by its intercolumnar spaces.”
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