One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Anatomy and Zoology. A capitulum; especially the rounded lateral condyle of the distal humerus, which articulates with the radius.
Mid 16th century (in an earlier sense). From post-classical Latin capitellum capital of a column (Vulgate), top of a tool, division or section of a psalm, kind of lye, (in botany) small knob at the end of e.g. a stigma, (in anatomy) capitulum, either from classical Latin caput head + -ellum, or from classical Latin capitulum with suffix substitution. With sense 1 compare earlier capital.
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