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EtymologyEdit

Latin articularis

AdjectiveEdit

articular (not comparable)

  1. (anatomy) Of, at, or relating to the joints of the body.
    an articular disease; an articular process
  2. (grammar) Of or relating to the grammatical article.

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EtymologyEdit

Latin articulō

VerbEdit

articular (first-person singular present articulo, past participle articulat)

  1. to articulate (to express with words)

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VerbEdit

articular (first-person singular present indicative articulo, past participle articulado)

  1. to articulate

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SpanishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin articulāris.

AdjectiveEdit

articular (plural articulares)

  1. articular

Etymology 2Edit

From Latin articulāre.

VerbEdit

articular (first-person singular present articulo, first-person singular preterite articulé, past participle articulado)

  1. to articulate

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