- pelvis (n.)
- 1610s, "basin-like cavity formed by the bones of the pelvic girdle," from Modern Latin, from Latin pelvis "basin, laver," Old Latin peluis "basin," from PIE *pel- "container" (cognates: Sanskrit palavi "vessel," Greek pelex "helmet," pelike "goblet, bowl," Old Norse and Old English full "cup").
- 1. The single pyramid projects well into the renal pelvis.
- 2. Acute compression injury to the abdomen is frequently associated with the fractures of the pelvis.
- 3. Primary squamous cell carcinoma of the renal pelvis is quite rare.
- 4. Your hips or pelvis is made up of 5 bones.
- 5. A forward thrust of the pelvis, as in a burlesque striptease.
- 骨盆前突: 脱衣舞中骨盆前突.
[ pelvis 造句 ]