cleido-, cleid-, clido-, clid-
(Greek: key; a means of locking or a thing that locks [or unlocks] a door; a key, bar, or hook; a combining form that denotes the clavicle or collarbone)
Relating to the clavicle (collar bone) and the cranium (bones of the skull which contain the brain).
Divination by use of a key or keys.
The collar bone which articulates with the shoulder on one end and the sternum (breast bone) on the other combined to form the sternocleidomastoid which is one of two muscles located on the front of the neck that serve to turn the head from side to side.
The intentional crushing of the fetal clavicle in order to allow delivery of the shoulders.
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