As a noun incus
is (skeleton) a small anvil-shaped bone in the middle ear.
As an adjective malleoincudal is
of or relating to both the malleus and the incus.
(skeleton) A small anvil-shaped bone in the middle ear.
* 2010 , Elaine N. Marieb & Katja Hoehn, Human Anatomy & Physiology , 8th edition, page 576
(meteorology) an accessory cloud, in the shape of an anvil which forms by spreading at the top of a cumulonimbus.
- The tympanic cavity is spanned by the three smallest bones in the body: the auditory ossicles These bones, named for their shape, are the malleus (mal?e-us; "hammer"); the incus (ing?kus; "anvil"); and the stapes (sta?p?z; "stirrup").
* (bone in the middle ear) anvil
* (cloud) anvil, thunderhead
Of or relating to both the malleus and the incus.