(Greek: crowlike; used in the specialized sense of "pertaining to, or connected to the coracoid, the bony process that forms part of the scapular arch [and is so named because its shape resembles that of a crow's beak"])
A bony projection on the shoulder blade in most mammals.
A ventral cartilaginous or bony element of the coracoid in the shoulder girdle of some vertebrates.
A process from the middle of the coracoid in some animals.
The anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.
Characterized or pertaining to the sternum and the coracoid.
Situated under the coracoid process (change from one state to another) of the scapula; as, the subcoracoid dislocation of the humerus.
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