brachio-, brachi- (Greek: arm [especially the upperarm from the shoulder to the elbow]).
abrachia, abrachiatism, abrachius:
A congenital absence of the arms.
Congenital absence of the head and arms.
abrachiocephalus, abrachiocephaly, acephalobrachius:
A fetus exhibiting the absence of the head and arms.
antebrachial, antebrachium, antibrachial:
The part of the arm or fore-limb from the wrist to the elbow; the forearm.bra [short for brassiere, from French, "bodice", from bras, "arm" from brachium]: An undergarment designed to support and shape a woman's breasts.
An orthopedic appliance that holds or supports part of the body.bracelet [via French from, ultimately, Latin bracchiale, "armlet", from brachium, "arm"]: A piece of jewelry, e.g., a chain or a bangle, that is worn around the wrist or arm.
brachia (plural); brachium (singular); brachial: 1. Arm; the part of the upper limb from shoulder to elbow.
2. A general term used to designate an armlike process or structure.
Pain in the arm or arms.
1. A mode of locomotion, characteristic of some arboreal animals, in which the animals swing from one handhold to the next. It is well developed in gibbons.
2. Locomotion in a position of suspension by means of the hands and arms, as exhibited by monkeys when swinging from branch to branch.
Shaped or bent like an arm.
A reference to the arm and head.
Pertaining to the arm and leg.
A reference to the arm and elbow or forearm.
A crookedness of the arm.
An abnormal curvature of the arm.
Pertaining to or affecting the arm and face.
Pertaining to or affecting the arm, face, and tongue.
A tracing of the brachial artery pulse.
A bivalve mollusc distinguished by having, on each side of the mouth, a long spiral arm, used in procuring food.
A muscle lying on the lateral side of the forearm.
A genus of huge dinosaurs, with the forelegs longer than the hind legs; also, an animal of this genus.brachiothoraco-omphaloischiopagus: Conjoined twins joined from the forearms and shoulder to the pelvis.
The surgical removal of an arm, especially of a fetal arm to effect delivery. The procedure is considered to be obsolete.
To hug someone in one's arms fondly, or to hug each other fondly.
A condition of having abnormally thick or long arms.
An abnormal smallness of the arms.
Condition seen in conjoined twins when the fusion has merged the adjacent arms to form a single one, so that there are only three arms for the two bodies.