"I reasoned out what must have become of the scapular when this young man came to me after his father's death," said Karkowsky.
He hated the crucifix, he hated the scapular, he hated the priests.
Area mediastinal, scapularis and ulnaris: the areas in front of the mediastinal, the scapular, and the ulnar veins in Orthoptera.
Other Sisters wear a scapular with shoulder-straps, over a white cape.
The scapular arch also is more complicated and more important in the lower than in the higher vertebrata.
There exists, therefore, in an independent form, the scapular portion only.
Etheleage, monastic dress, cowl and scapular; large curly beard.
But for the last two years, for more than two years, she has not worn her scapular.
One of them bore the cross of the monastery; another, Brother Albéric, carried a robe and a scapular.
The dorsal pattern varies from nearly complete longitudinal lines to broken lines, fused into an X-shaped scapular mark or not.
1680s, "pertaining to the scapula," from Modern Latin scapularis, from Latin scapula "shoulder" (see scapula). The noun (late 15c., also in Old English) in reference to a short cloak for the shoulders prescribed for certain monks, is from Medieval Latin scapulare, from scapula. Related: Scapulary.
scapular scap·u·lar (skāp'yə-lər) or scap·u·lar·y (-lěr'ē)
Of or relating to the shoulder or scapula.