(Latin: of, relating to, or resembling; compound of the suffixes -ule, "little, small" and -ar, "pertaining to, of the nature of, like"; and so, -ular is a combining form meaning: referring to something "specified": appendicular, molecular, pedicular; as well as, a combining form meaning "resembling" something specified: circular, globular, tubular)

abarticular (ab" ar TIK yoo luhr) (adjective) (not comparable)
1. A reference to not affecting a joint: The skull bones are immovable and so they are considered to be abarticular joints because they do not require tendons, ligaments, or synovial fluids for movements.
2. Descriptive of being remote or away from where two bones come together: There are many abarticular sections of the body that are not connected with nor situated near the joints of the body.
acellular (adjective), more acellular, most acellular
Not containing any cells, or lacking any intact cells: Viruses are one example of acellular structures.

The term acellular did not come into use until the 1940s when the development of cellular technology came into existence and; as a result, it became a better study of cellular composition.

acicular ice (s) (noun), acicular ices (pl)
In hydrology, freshwater ice made up of many long crystals; fibrous ice: satin ice: Such acicular ice contains air bubbles and has many long, needle-like crystals and hollow tubes in a layered arrangement.
acinotubular (adjective) (not comparable)
Descriptive of a gland consisting of tubelike acini: Acinotubular glands are those that have elongated secretory parts or elements.
acromioclavicular (adjective) (not comparable)
A reference to the acromion and clavicle: In his biology class at school, Bill's teacher explained to them the articulation of the acromioclavicular bones, which refer to the outermost point of the shoulder blade and the collarbone of a person.
acutangular (uh-cute-ANG-you-luhr) (adjective), more acutangular, most acutangular
Descriptive of a shape that is made when two or more straight lines join or cross each other as measured in degrees: Any acutangular form is less than 90 degrees, such as equilateral triangles which have three internal angles that are exactly the same size and shape to each other and are each 60 degrees.
adipocellular (adjective) (not comparable)
Relating to both fatty and cellular tissues: The students were asked to explain dipocellular connective tissue and the numerous adipose cells in their exam in biology.
algiomuscular (noun), more algiomuscular, most algiomuscular
Descriptive of a muscular movement caused by the stimulation of pain: The algiomuscular backward jerk of his hand was produced by having his finger burned in the flame.
algiovascular, algovascular (adjective) (not comparable)
Pertaining to some vascular action as a result of a painful stimulation; algiovascular: In medical school, Sam learned about algiovascular movements as a consequence of stimulations of physical agony.
Referring to a lymphoid follicle and its blood vessels.
angular (adjective), more angular, most angular
Pertaining to something that has more than several turns or movements: The mountain road is more angular than the others that Monroe has driven on today.
1. Shaped like or forming a ring.
2. In mining engineering, the space between the casing and a wall of a hole or between a drill pipe and casing.
anular ligament
One of a number of ligaments encircling various parts; the principal anular ligaments are those of the stapes, radius, and trachea.
appendicular (adjective), more appendicular, most appendicular
Relating to an arm or a leg or to arms and legs.
1. A reference to or pertaining to a dwarf tree; shrublike.
2. Resembling a shrub; having the figure of small trees.