Sublumbar

lumbar

[luhm-ber, -bahr]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to the loin or loins.
noun
2.
a lumbar vertebra, artery, or the like.

Origin:
1650–60; < Neo-Latin lumbāris. See lumb-, -ar1

prelumbar, adjective
sublumbar, adjective
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lumbar (ˈlʌmbə)
 
adj
of, near, or relating to the part of the body between the lowest ribs and the hipbones
 
[C17: from New Latin lumbāris, from Latin lumbus loin]

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lumbar
"pertaining to or situated near the loins," 1656, from Mod.L. lumbaris, from L. lumbus "loin."
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lumbar lum·bar (lŭm'bər, -bär')
adj.
Of, near, or situated in the part of the back and sides between the lowest ribs and the pelvis.

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lumbar   (lŭm'bər)  Pronunciation Key 
Located at or near the part of the back lying between the lowest ribs and the hips.
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