Its attachment is vertical, but nearer to the median line than in the adult, usually along the medial border of the left kidney.
Verbs with medial ck have double preterites, as decken, to cover, pret.
In medial aspect at their bases, the teeth are longitudinally striated.
The pleura may reach as high as the medial border of the rib.
It is inserted to the proximal end of the medial metacarpal (inner metacarpal or splint) bone.
Accordingly, we may reconstruct the medial man from the truth as found in nature.
MS. write this name with medial round h; this allows it to be Kahad-stn, a running-place, race-course.
The clouds were just coming up as we halted on the medial moraine.
When the skin is damaged, as it so frequently is on the medial aspect of the tibia, means must be taken to prevent infection.
medial q is usually written (chi), representing the fricative pronunciation: Ealuin and similar.
1560s, "pertaining to a mathematical mean," from Late Latin medialis "of the middle," from Latin medius "in the middle," from PIE *medhyo- "middle" (cf. Sanskrit madhyah, Avestan madiya- "middle," Greek mesos, Gothic midjis, Old English midd "middle," Old Church Slavonic medzu "between," Armenian mej "middle"); perhaps related to PIE root *me- "between." Meaning "occupying a middle position" is attested from 1721.
"a medial letter," 1776, from medial (adj.).
medial me·di·al (mē'dē-əl)
Relating to, situated in, or extending toward the middle; median.
Being or relating to an average or a mean.