Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The front section or preacetabular part of the pubic bone, being the pubis proper of birds and reptiles, well developed in dinosaurs, small or rudimentary in birds. It is to the bone in birds that the word is usually applied, the same bone being called the pubis when well developed, as in dinosaurs.
- n. anatomy A bone or cartilage, of some animals, situated in the middle line in front of the pubic bones.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Anat.) A bone or cartilage, of some animals, situated in the middle line in front of the pubic bones.
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“The pelvic or hip bones are much more bird-like in many respects, especially the backward direction of the pubic bone, the presence of a prepubis, in the number of vertebrae coössified into a solid sacrum, in the proportions of the ilium and so on.”
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