from The Century Dictionary.
- In anatomy, pertaining to the glutæi or to the buttocks; natal.
- noun A gluteal muscle, or glutæus: as, the great, middle, or least gluteal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Anat.) Pertaining to, or in the region of, the glutæus.
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- adjective anatomy Of or pertaining to the
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective of or relating to or near the gluteus muscles
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It is termed the gluteal tuberosity, and gives attachment to part of the Glutæus maximus: its upper part is often elongated into a roughened crest, on which a more or less well-marked, rounded tubercle, the third trochanter, is occasionally developed.
_ -- The gluteal is the largest branch of the internal iliac, and leaves the pelvis by the great sacro-sciatic notch just at the upper edge of the pyriformis muscle.
Two burly bodyguards in suits (lightweight, expensive, form-fitting, un-constructed Hollywood suits that showed off their muscles and concealed their armaments — they both had body builders 'asses, and she suspected they were wearing thongs, or no underwear at all, because you did not get that kind of gluteal definition in boxers) drove her to the studio in a black limo and limited their conversation to greetings.
What are your thoughts on gluteal warming, Stormee?
The wisdom of the gluteal guru has spoken words that news reports, the tears of Iraqi archaeologists, and the Antiques Roadshow have never really passed on: the greed that propelled the people of Iraq to the devastation they are in now, knows no bounds.
After their wounds have healed, the rehabilitation process begins by retraining the thigh and gluteal muscles, improving hip flexibility, and making and fitting appropriate prosthetics.
He has tested the attention spans and gluteal muscles of audiences in Europe with a 6
It's a whole microvascular thing involving the "superior gluteal artery" being transplanted and grafted onto an artery in the chest, but I will refrain from saying more than that on the technical side because the last time I tried to explain it to a friend, his face turned ashen, and he asked me to stop.
His skintight pants left nothing to the imagination as to the sculpture of his gluteal muscles.
The daily routine focuses on the athlete's core -- abdominals, the lower back, gluteal muscles and hips -- and involves everything from traditional weights to resistance bands.