Caudal

The tail or rear end.
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caudal

(kaw┬┤dәl) pertaining to a cauda. situated more toward the cauda, or tail, than some specified reference point; away from the head.
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caudal

[adj] - constituting or relating to a tail 2. [adj] - resembling a tail 3. [adj] - (of quadrupeds) situated in or directed toward the part of the body from which the tail arises
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Caudal

• (a.) Of the nature of, or pertaining to, a tail; having a tail-like appendage.
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caudal

<anatomy> Denoting a position more toward the cauda or tail, than some specified point of reference, same as inferior, in human anatomy. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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caudal

taillike adjective resembling a tail
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Caudal

[Asturian comarca] NY_338_1940s 18769702 14008 14002 0.03137 Burgoyne St A41 39 41 38 40 12871 12871 0 0 A A4 J ...
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Caudal

[comarca] Caudal is one of 8 comarcas administrative divisions of Asturias, an autonomous community in Spain. The comarca of Caudal is divided into three municipalities. They are: ...
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Caudal

[river] The Caudal is a river in northern Spain flowing through the Autonomous Community of Asturias. ...
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Caudal

Cau'dal adjective [ Latin Cauda tail. Confer Coward .] Of the nature of, or pertaining to, a tail; having a tail-like appendage. « The male widow-bird, remarkable for his caudal plumes. Darwin. » Caudal fin (Zoology) , the terminal fin (or ...
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Caudal

A directional term meaning toward the tail end.
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caudal

An anatomical term meaning literally 'of the tail,' from the Latin caudum for tail. See, for example, cauda equina. Caudal is the same as posterior.
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caudal

at or towards the end
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Caudal

Caudal means of, near, or from the tail.
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Caudal

Caudal: An anatomic term meaning 1. Pertaining to the tail or the hind part. 2. Situated in or directed toward the tail or hind part. 3. Inferior to another structure, in the sense of being below it. Caudal is also short for caudal epidural anesthesia. The terms caudal and caudad are both derived from the Latin cauda, tail. For a more complete list...
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Caudal

Concerning the tail end.
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Caudal

Concerning the tail end.
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caudal

denoting a position more toward the cauda, or tail, than some specified point of reference; same as inferior, in human anatomy.
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caudal

having to do with the tail.
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caudal

In nematodes: Pertaining to or located near the posterior region or tail.
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caudal

Latin cauda = tail, hence toward the tail, inferior (in human anatomy).
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Caudal

Of, at, or near the tail or hind parts; posterior. The coccyx area at the base of the spine.
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caudal

of, like or pertaining to the tail
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Caudal

pertaining to the tail
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Caudal

pertaining to the tail
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