a rounded process at the end of a bone, forming a ball-and-socket joint with the hollow part of another bone
Origin of condyleFrench ; from Classical Latin condylus ; from Classical Greek kondylos, knuckle, origin, originally , hard lump or knob
A rounded prominence at the end of a bone, most often for articulation with another bone.
Origin of condyleLatin condylus, knuckle, from Greek kondulos.
posterior view of a
right knee joint