varus definition by Webster's New World
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an abnormal bent or turned condition, esp. of the foot
Origin: Modern Latin ; from Classical Latin bent, knock-kneed: see vacillate
abnormally bent or turned: said of the hip, knee, or foot
varus definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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An abnormal position of a bone of the leg or foot.
Origin: From Latin vārus, crooked.
varus - Medical Definition
Characterized by an abnormal inward turning of a bone, especially of the hip, knee, or foot; occasionally used to indicate an outward turning.noun
A bone of the leg or foot characterized by such an abnormality.