Definition for GIN'GLY-MUS

GIN'GLY-MUS, n. [Gr. γιγγλυμος.]

In anatomy, a species of articulation resembling a hinge. That species of articulation in which each bone partly receives and is partly received by the other, so as to admit only of flexion and extension, is called ginglymus. Parr.

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