Latin, Tempus. Dorlands /Elsevier · t_04/12793657 · TA · A01.1.00.004 · FMA ·
46450 · Anatomical terminology. [edit on Wikidata]. Temple indicates the side o...
Upper arm bone. (Humerus) ... with the scientific name given in ... (Ischium).
Temple. (Temporal bone). Shoulder blade. (Scapula). Lower back vertebrae (5).
(Judaism) US another name for a synagogue. 4. (Ecclesiastical ... (Anatomy) the
region on each side of the head in front of the ear and above the cheek bone.
1300-50; Middle English (adj. and noun) < Latin temporālis, equivalent to tempor-
... of, relating to, or situated near the temple or a temporal bone. ... Word Origin.
exotic-sounding technical names for .... arm bone is spelled differently than the
word humorous or amusing. In Latin, .... up temple roofs, Atlas-shaped supports.
Your eyeballs, ear and brain all depend on skull bones to give them a place to
live. These bones include the frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, sphenoid and ...
Nov 23, 2015 ... The temporal bone is the most complex bone in the human body. It houses many
vital structures, including the cochlear and vestibular end ...
The parietal and occipital bones meet the mastoid part of the temporal bone
laterally. ... The lateral aspect of the skull includes portions of the temporal bone
and the temporal and ..... 42-1 The cranium, a Latin form of a Greek term, means
the skull. .... and the squamous part of the temporal bone approach one another.
(noun) An example of the temple is the area to rub when someone has a tension
... temple. Play tem·ple. Use temple in a sentence. LINK / CITE ADD TO WORD
LIST ... Middle English, from Old English tempel, from Latin templum; see tem- in
... (“the temples" ), plural of tempus (“temple, head, face" ) (see "temporal bone"...
Fibrous dysplasia rarely involves temporal bone and diagnosis is made with the
... The term fibrous dysplasia was introduced by Lichtenstein in 1936 (1).