brachi-, brachio-

(Greek: arm [especially the upper arm from the shoulder to the elbow])

brachialgia
Pain in the arm or arms.
brachiathon
1. A mode of locomotion, characteristic of some arboreal animals, in which the animals swing from one handhold to the next. It is well developed in gibbons.
2. Locomotion in a position of suspension by means of the hands and arms, as exhibited by monkeys when swinging from branch to branch.
brachiation
brachiform
Shaped or bent like an arm.
brachiocephalic
A reference to the arm and head.
brachiocrural
A reference to the arm and leg.
brachiocrytosis, brachiocyllosis
A crookedness of the arm.
brachiocubital (adjective) (non comparative)
Associated with the proximity of both the arm and elbow or to both the arm and the forearm: As a result of an automobile accident, Sam had a slight brachiocubital scar on his right arm.
brachiocyllosis
An abnormal curvature of the arm.
brachiocyrtosis
Crookedness of the upper limb.
brachiofacial (adjective), more brachiofacial, most brachiofacial
Pertaining to the arm and the face.
brachiofaciolingual (adjective), more brachiofaciolingual, most brachiofaciolingual
Relating to or affecting the arm, face, and tongue.
brachiogram
A tracing of the brachial (arm) artery pulse.
brachiopod
A bivalve mollusc distinguished by having, on each side of the mouth, a long spiral arm, used in procuring food.
brachioradialis
A muscle lying on the lateral side of the forearm.