what is difference between eminence and tuberosity
From Old French eminence, from Latin ēminēntia (“prominence”, “protuberance”; “eminence”, “excellence”).
- IPA(key): /ˈɛmɪnəns/
eminence (countable and uncountable, plural eminences)
- Someone of high rank, reputation or social status.
- The quality or state of being eminent.
- Prominence in a particular order or accumulation; esteem.
- (geology) An elevated land area or a hill.
- (anatomy) A protuberance.
- (uncountable) A dark purple color.
- For quotations using this term, see Citations:eminence.
- (someone of high rank, reputation or social status): obscurity
- (the quality or state of being eminent): mediocrity
- Eminence (your Eminence), title of honor for a Roman Catholic cardinal
- Wikipedia article on Roman Catholic Church
- Shades of purple (Eminence) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
tuber + -osity
tuberosity (countable and uncountable, plural tuberosities)
- (uncountable) The condition of being tuberous
- (countable, anatomy) A rounded protuberance, at the end of a bone, to which a muscle or tendon is attached
- deltoid tuberosity
- facial tuberosity
- ischial tuberosity
- olecranon tuberosity
- radial tuberosity
- tibial tuberosity