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A rounded knob that articulates (To unite by forming a joint or joints)with another bone.
Condyle
Occipital condyles of the skull
A smooth, flat, slightly concave or convex articular surface.
Facet
Articular facets of the vertebrae
The prominent expanded end of a bone, sometimes rounded.
Head
head of the femur
A narrow ridge
Crest
iliac crest of the pelvis
A projection superior to a condyle.
Epicondyle
Medial epicondyle of the femur

and if you don't know what condyle is go back and re-learn it.
A slightly raised, elongated ridge
Line
nuchal lines of the skull

Nucal-(The nape of the neck)
Any bony prominence
Process
mastoid process of the skull
A sharp, slender, or narrow process
Spine
spine of the scapula
A massive process unique to the femur
Trochanter
Troll (large)
A small, rounded process
Tubercle
greater tubercle of the humerus

tubercle (has a C in it and C is for cell and cells are small)
A rough surface
Tuberosity
tibial tuberosity
A pit or socket
Alveolus
tooth socket
A shallow, broad, or elongated basin
Fossa
mandibular fossa
A groove for a tendon, nerve, or blood vessel.
Sulcus
intertubercular sulcus of the humerus
A tubular passage or tunnel in a bone
Canal
condylar canal of the skull
A slit through a bone
Fissure
orbital fissures behind the eye
A hole through a bone, usually round
Foramen
foramen magnum of the skull
An opening into a canal
Meatus
Acoustic meatus of the ear