biceps definition

  • noun:
    • A muscle with two minds or points of origin.
    • the big muscle tissue at the front end of this top supply that flexes the forearm. Also referred to as biceps brachii.
    • The large muscle at the rear of the thigh that flexes the knee joint. Also referred to as biceps femoris.
    • Any muscle tissue having two heads.
    • especially, the biceps brachii, the flexor associated with elbow.
    • top of the supply, especially the collective muscles associated with the top arm.
    • A point in a metrical structure that may be filled either with one lengthy syllable (a longum) or two quick syllables (two brevia)
    • A muscle having two minds or origins; -- used specially to a flexor within the supply, also to another within the thigh.
    • In structure, a muscle having two minds or origins; particularly, the biceps brachii.
    • Figuratively, energy or muscular development.
    • Muscular strength of this supply; power to use the supply effortlessly: from these types of energy or ability according to the improvement the biceps muscle.
    • any skeletal muscle tissue having two origins (but especially the muscle mass that flexes the forearm)

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