Kneecap ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Kneecap ( noun )

A small, round bone at the front of the knee joint, which protects the knee joint and allows for movement of the leg.

Origin:

From middle english kneepappe, from old english cnæppæppa, from cnæppe (knee) + pæppa (top, head).

Examples:

  1. He hit his knee on the coffee table and fractured his kneecap.
  2. She had surgery to repair her damaged kneecap.
  3. The kneecap is also known as the patella.
  4. The kneecap is a small, round bone that protects the knee joint and allows for movement of the leg.
  5. He was playing basketball and he fell down, he felt a sharp pain in his kneecap.

(As a verb)

Kneecap ( verb )

A small, round bone at the front of the knee joint, which protects the knee joint and allows for movement of the leg.

Origin:

From middle english kneepappe, from old english cnæppæppa, from cnæppe (knee) + pæppa (top, head).

Examples:

  1. He hit his knee on the coffee table and fractured his kneecap.
  2. She had surgery to repair her damaged kneecap.
  3. The kneecap is also known as the patella.
  4. The kneecap is a small, round bone that protects the knee joint and allows for movement of the leg.
  5. He was playing basketball and he fell down, he felt a sharp pain in his kneecap.
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