Definitions for unciformˈʌn səˌfɔrm

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

un•ci•formˈʌn səˌfɔrm(adj.)

  1. hook-shaped.

Origin of unciform:

1725–35; < NL unciformis < L unc(us) a hook, barb

Wiktionary

  1. unciform(Noun)

    The hamate bone.

  2. unciform(Adjective)

    Of the shape of a hook.

  3. Origin: uncinus + -form

Webster Dictionary

  1. Unciform(adj)

    having the shape of a hook; being of a curved or hooked from; hooklike

  2. Unciform(noun)

    the unciform bone. See Illust. of Perissodactyla

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