Hallux

A hallux, or dewclaw, is a functionless claw that doesn't hit the ground. Some dinosaurs had dewclaws.
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Hallux

Great (big) toe.
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Hallux

Hallux: What the ancient Romans called the big toe. Since hallux was a good enough word for the big toe among the ancient Romans, it has long done yeoman's duty in medicine. Abnormalities of the big toe tend thus to be called hallux this-or-that. For example, hallux valgus and hallux varus. In hallux valgus, the big toe is bent outward (valgus) so
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Hallux

Hal'lux (hăl'lŭks) noun [ New Latin , from Latin hallex , allex .] (Anat.) The first, or preaxial, digit of the hind limb, corresponding to the pollux in the fore limb; the great toe; the hind toe of birds.
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hallux

<anatomy, ornithology> The first, or preaxial, digit of the hind limb, corresponding to the pollux in the fore limb; the great toe; the hind toe of birds. ... Origin: NL, fr. L. Hallex, allex. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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hallux

(hal´әks) pl. hal´luces Latin word meaning the great toe.
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Hallux

• (n.) The first, or preaxial, digit of the hind limb, corresponding to the pollux in the fore limb; the great toe; the hind toe of birds.
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Hallux

In tetrapods, the hallux (big toe, great toe) is the innermost (most medial) toe of the foot. Despite its name it may not be the longest toe on the foot of some individuals. It is counted as digit I (one). The name stems from the Latin for the same, similar to the pollex, which refers to the thumb, the corresponding digit of the hand. ==Digit rati
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Hallux

The hallux is the innermost of the five digits which normally compose the hind foot of a vertebrate animal; in a person the hallux is the big or great toe, in a bird it is the hind toe.
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Hallux

The hallux is the innermost of the five digits which normally compose the hind foot of a vertebrate. In humans the big toe, in a bird the hind toe.
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hallux

Type: Term Pronunciation: hal′ŭks, hal′ū-sēz Synonyms: great toe [I]
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hallux

Latin hallex = great toe (hallucis = of the great toe).
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Hallux

hind toe
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Hallux

The toe which faces backwards on most raptors. In hawks, this is the talon most responsible for puncturing the vitals of prey. Technically, this is labeled toe #1. The innermost forward toe is toe #2, the next toe outside of that is toe #3 and the furthest front-facing toe is toe #4. With regards to the feet, most raptors have three toes facing for
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Hallux

The large, opposable single rear toe on a bird's foot that helps a bird grip a branch. Bluebirds have three front-pointing digits, and one or hallux.
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Hallux

the largest toe, which points backwards in most bird species, assists in perching
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Hallux

Hind toe (first digit on foot), usually directed backwards, sometimes reduced (e.g. coucals) or absent (e.g. Ostrich and bustards).
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hallux

big toe
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