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/jəˈnikyəlit/  /-ˌlāt/


1. Bent abruptly, with the structure of a knee. (

2. Having kneelike joints; able to bend at an abrupt angle. (

3. Bent at a sharp angle. (Google Dictionary)

Word origin: From Latin geniculatus, from geniculum “little knee, knot on the stalk of a plant,” diminutive of genu “knee”

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