scapular

[adj] - relating to or near the shoulder blade 2. [n] - garment consisting of a long wide piece of woolen cloth worn over the shoulders with an opening for the head 3. [n] - a feather covering the shoulder of a bird
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Scapular

Scap'u·lar adjective [ Confer French scapulaire . Confer Scapulary .] Of or pertaining to the scapula or the shoulder. Scapular arch (Anat.) , the pectoral arch. See under pectoral . -- Scapular region , or Scapular tract (Zoology)
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Scapular

Scap'u·lar noun (Zoology) One of a special group of feathers which arise from each of the scapular regions and lie along the sides of the back.
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scapular

<anatomy> Of or pertaining to the scapula or the shoulder Scapular arch, a definite longitudinal area over the shoulder and along each side of the back of a bird, from which the scapular feathers arise. ... Origin: Cf. F. Scapulaire. Cf. Scapulary. ... <zoology> One of a special group of feathers which arise from each of the scapular re
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scapular

adjective relating to or near the shoulder blade
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scapular

scapulary noun garment consisting of a long wide piece of woolen cloth worn over the shoulders with an opening for the head; part of a monastic habit
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scapular

noun a feather covering the shoulder of a bird
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scapular

(skap´u-lәr) pertaining to the scapula.
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Scapular

• (n.) One of a special group of feathers which arise from each of the scapular regions and lie along the sides of the back. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the scapula or the shoulder. • (n.) Alt. of Scapulary
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scapular

(from the article `religious dress`) ...monasticism, beginning with the Rule of St. Benedict of Nursia in the 6th century, enabled standardization to become possible. Monastic dress ...
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Scapular

The term scapular (from Latin scapulae, "shoulders") as used today refers to two specific, yet related, Christian Sacramentals, namely the monastic and devotional scapulars, although both forms may simply be referred to as "scapular". The "monastic scapular" appeared first, perhaps as early as the 7th century in the Order of Saint Benedict. ...
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scapular

  1. a feather covering the shoulder of a bird
  2. garment consisting of a long wide piece of woolen cloth worn over the shoulders with an opening for the head; part of a monastic habit

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scapular

Type: Term Pronunciation: skap′yū-lăr Definitions: 1. Relating to the scapula.
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Scapular

From Latin scapulae, or shoulder, back. Long gown of cloth that hangs over the chest and back
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Scapular

Feathers situated on the upperparts between the mantle and the wing coverts. Short feathers in the area where the bird
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