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abdominis
abdomen
anconeus
elbow
auricularis
auricle of the ear
brachialis
brachium
capitus
head
carpi
wrist
cervicis
neck
sleido-/-clavius
clavicle
coccygeus
coccyx
costalis
ribs
cutaneous
skin
femoris
femur
genio-
chin
glosso-/-glossal
gongue
hallucis
great toe
ilio-
ilium
inguinal
groin
lumborum
lumbar regin
nasalis
nose
nuchal
back of neck
oculo-
eye
oris
mouth
palpebrae
eyelid
pollicis
thumb
popliteus
posterior to knee
psoas
loin
radialis
radius
scapularis
scapula
temporalis
temples
thoracis
thoracic region
tibualis
tibia
ulnaris
ulna
uro-
urinary
anterior
front
externus
superficial
extrinsic
outside
inferioris
inferior
internus
deep, internal
intrinsic
inside
lateralis
lateral
medialis/medius
medial, middle
oblique
angled to longidtudinal body axis
posterior
back
profundus
deep
rectus
straight, parallel
superficialis
superficial
superioris
superior
transversus
transverse
biceps
two heads
tricep
three heads
quadriceps
four heads
deltoid
triangle
orbicularis
circle
pectinate
comblike
pirigformis
pear-shaped
platy-
flat
pyramidal
pyramid
rhomboid
parallelogram with angles are oblique and the adjacent sides are of unequal length
serratus
serrated
splenius
bandage
teres
long & round
trapezius
trapezoid
sphincter
circle
alba
white
brevis
short
gracilis
slender
lata
wide
latissimus
widest
longissimus
longest
longus
long
magnus
large
major
larger
maximus
largest
minimus
smallest
minor
smaller
-tendinosus
tendinous
vastus
great
abductor
Moves away from the midline of the body
adductor
Moves toward the midline of the body
depressor
downward movement
extensor
Increases the angle of the joint
flexor
Decreases the angle of the joint
levator
elevates; lifts upward
pronator
Moves the so that it faces downward when r/t the front of the body
rotator
Moves around its central axis
supinator
Moves the so that it faces upward when r/t the front of the body
tensor
tightens; pulls tight; becomes taught
buccinator
trumpter-move food, sucking
risorius
laughter-moves corners of mouth
sartorius
like a tailor-knee flex w/lateral rotation at hip