ambilateral


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ambilateral

 [am″bĭ-lat´ter-al]
pertaining to or affecting both sides.

am·bi·lat·er·al

(am'bi-lat'er-ăl),
Relating to both sides.
[ambi- + L. latus, side]

ambilateral

/am·bi·lat·er·al/ (-lat´er-al) pertaining to or affecting both sides.

ambilateral

pertaining to or affecting both the right and the left side.

am·bi·lat·er·al

(am'bi-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to both sides.
[L. ambi- + L. latus, side]

am·bi·lat·er·al

(am'bi-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to both sides.
[ambi- + L. latus, side]

ambilateral

pertaining to or affecting both sides.
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Bilateral, ambilateral, and patrifiliative options, tendencies, and exceptions occur in profusion.
Firth described the dominant principles of the tribal organisation of Maori society as ambilateral affiliation and ambilineal descent.
He introduced the term `ramage' to distinguish the Maori hapuu and other restricted ambilateral kin groups from unilinear descent groups generally referred to as lineages (ibid.