no that is anterior, superior is towards the top head, inferior is towards the bottom
Above, or towards the head.
Yes, superior means towards the top and the forehead is more towards the top of the body than the chin is.
superior, in anatomical terms means closer to the top of the body, and inferior means closer to the bottom of the body. eg, your neck is superior to your pelvis. anterior means towards the front of the body, posterior towards the back. eg, your sternum is anterior of your scapular. so, 'is your spine superior to your sternum' is not correct. this actually mixes the terminology of superior/inferior and anterior/posterior. your spine cannot be 'higher' than your sternum, it can however be posterior to your sternum. Hope this helps!
superior means above. cranial towards the bone of the head.
Well posterior means back and inferior means towards the bottom so it would be pertaining to the lower front of the neck
Towards the back is posterior and towards the front is the anterior.
To change towards a specific direction.
In some words it means towards or against.eg object is to throw towards obverse is to turn towards obsequious is to follow towards The prefix ob- means on or near, before, toward or against, as in offer; with a negative connotation as in occlude; opposite to or in front of as in obstetric; on account of; in a different direction, downward as in omit; away from as in obliterate; and it indicates intensified action as in obdurate.
It means that a front of air moving in one direction is moving to your area. It can be either a cold front or a warm front, which means that either cold air or warm air is moving in one direction to your area.
Not really - "cranial" or "rostral" would be more "in front". Ventral is a directional term used in non-human animals. It means "towards the ground" or "towards the belly or abdominal surface". The opposite directional term is dorsal, which means "towards the backbone".
Used in nautical language, "Forward"
Due east means towards the east.
Caudal is a direction. It means "towards the tail".
In medical terminology superior means above, referring to a part of the body that is situated above another or directed upwards. More specifically it means towards the head. superior (superioris), latin a little correction: part of the body what is above the middle (mid-plane). Otherwisw superior could also be meant as... higher
It tends to "veer", which means the direction (whence the wind comes) rotates clockwise.
East wind means a wind from the east, hence it blows towards the west.
The polarity of the charge that made it. + or -. (+ means the field will be emitted outwards from the charge, while - means it will point inwards towards it.)
precardiac means anterior to the heart (anterior meaning more towards the front of the body)
Sagittal means in the direction from dorsal to ventral (from back to front).
it means before, front, superior etc. what means is that it comes before something- thats right peeps!the prefix fore- generally means "before" or "ahead of".
The opposite medical term for posterior is anterior. In medical terminology, anterior means "towards the front side of the body" and posterior means "towards the back side of the body".
The front air fan is located towards the front of the motor. If the green light is not coming on, it means the air conditioning compressor is not working correctly.
Toward the midline means in the direction of the middle of the body. "Medial" means located closer to the midline, and adduction is movement of the limbs towards the midline.
They stand for an approaching storm front. If I remember correctly, a red line means a warm front and a blue line means a cold front. The triangles show which direction the front is moving. Hope that helps.
Superior=above, lateral=towards the side/further from the midline. So superolateral means above and further form the midline, for example the eye is superolateral to the nose