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akimbo with hand on hip and elbow pointed away from the body. [1/2 definitions]
armlock a wrestling hold in which one uses an arm and hand to lock an opponent's arm at the elbow.
arm wrestling a contest in which each of two opponents places either the right or the left elbow on a table with the forearm vertical, clasps the opponent's hand, and tries to force the opponent's hand back until it touches the table; Indian wrestling.
biceps a muscle divided in two parts at its origin, esp. the large muscle at the front of the upper arm that bends the elbow.
brachium the part of the arm that reaches from the shoulder to the elbow, or a similar part of an appendage such as a wing or flipper. [1/2 definitions]
bursitis a painful disorder caused by the inflammation of a bursa, esp. in a joint of the shoulder, elbow, or knee.
cubit an ancient unit of length equal to about seventeen to twenty-two inches, or the length from the elbow to the end of the middle finger.
elbow to push at or away, with or as with one's elbow. [1/6 definitions]
forearm1 the lower arm in humans, between the elbow and wrist. [1/2 definitions]
funny bone the place on the back of the elbow where a sharp blow causes a strange tingling sensation.
hinge a part of a living organism that functions similarly, such as an elbow or the part that connects the two halves of a clam shell. [1/5 definitions]
humerus the long bone between the shoulder and elbow in an arm, forelimb, or wing.
hyperextension the extension or bending backward of a limb, esp. at the elbow or knee, beyond its normal limits. [1/2 definitions]
macaroni any of variously shaped, dried pasta noodles made from flour and water, esp. the short, bent, hollow tubes; elbow macaroni.
nudge to push gently or touch, esp. with the elbow and esp. so as to attract attention. [1/4 definitions]
overhand done with forearm and elbow raised. [2/4 definitions]
tennis elbow inflammation of the elbow, esp. of its tendons, caused by repeatedly rotating the hand or elbow, as in playing tennis.
toggle joint a joint shaped like a knee or elbow, with two parts pivoted together so that pressure applied to the pivot point forces the parts to straighten and exert outward pressure at their free ends.
triceps a large muscle on the back of the upper arm that straightens the elbow and has three points of attachment.