Biceps: The biceps is a muscle that has two heads or origins. In Latin, biceps means two-headed and is derived from "bis", twice + "caput", head.
There is more than one biceps muscle. The biceps brachii is the well-known flexor muscle in the upper arm and bulges when the arm is bent in a C-shape with the fist toward the forehead. The biceps femoris is in the back of the thigh.
n. , pl. , biceps , or -cepsÂ·es ( -sÄ•p ' sÄz ). A muscle with two heads or points of origin. The large muscle at the front of the upper arm that flexes the forearm ...
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Any muscle having two heads. 1901, Michael Foster & Lewis E. Shore, Physiology for Beginnersâ€Ž, page 73 The leg is bent by the action of the flexor ...