Supine

In grammar a supine is a form of verbal noun used in some languages. ==In Latin== In Latin there are two supines, I (first) and II (second). They are originally the accusative and dative or ablative forms of a verbal noun in the fourth declension, respectively. The first supine ends in -um. It has two uses. The first is with verbs of motion and in...
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Supine

• (n.) A verbal noun; or (according to C.F.Becker), a case of the infinitive mood ending in -um and -u, that in -um being sometimes called the former supine, and that in -u the latter supine. • (a.) Negligent; heedless; indolent; listless. • (a.) Leaning backward, or inclining with exposure to the sun; sloping; inclined. • (a.) ...
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supine

(soo´pīn) (soo-pīn´) lying with the face upward, or on the dorsal surface; see supine position and see figure at position.
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supine

resupine adjective lying face upward
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Supine

Su'pine noun [ Latin supinum (sc. verbum ), from supinus bent or thrown backward, perhaps so called because, although furnished with substantive case endings, it rests or falls back, as it were, on the verb: confer French supin .] (Lat. Gram.) A verbal noun; or (accor...
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Supine

Su·pine' adjective [ Latin supinus , akin to sub under, super above. Confer Sub- , Super- .] 1. Lying on the back, or with the face upward; -- opposed to prone . 2. Leaning backward, or inclining with exposure to the sun; sloping; inclined....
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Supine

A supine verb form is one that is not fully conjugated. For instance, the subjunctive mood is often
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supine

adjective, Latin supinus, recumbent on the back. Hence, also, the position of the hand with the dorsum facing posteriorly.
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supine

lying flat on the back
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Supine

Lying flat on the back (opposite: prone).
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supine

lying on the back slow to act passive 
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supine

Lying on the back. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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supine

supine 1. Lying on the back or having the face or front upward: 'We walked along the beach, past the rows of supine bodies soaking up the sun.' 2. Having the palm upward; a reference to the hand. 3. Inactive, passive, or inert; especially, from indolence or indifference. 4. Marked by or showing a degree of lethargy, passivity, or blameworthy indi...
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Supine

Supine: With the back or dorsal surface downward. A person who is supine is lying face up. As opposed to prone. For a more complete listing of terms used in medicine for spatial orientation, please see the entry to 'Anatomic Orientation Terms'.
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supine

Type: Term Pronunciation: sū-pīn′ Definitions: 1. Denoting the body when lying face upward. 2. Supination of the forearm or of the foot.
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supine

[adj] - lying face upward
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