ring finger


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ring fin·ger

[TA]
fourth finger.
Synonym(s): digitus anularis [TA], digitus (manus) quartus [IV] [IV]* ☆ , fourth finger

ring finger

n.
The third finger of the left hand.

ring fin·ger

(ring fing'gĕr) [TA]
Fourth finger.
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It is thought a long ring finger on the right hand might be a sign of more exposure to testosterone in the womb.
He noticed that some people wore a ring on the ring finger of the left hand.
Previous studies have shown a correlation between short wedding ring fingers and autism, homosexuality and musical ability as well as navigating and driving skills.
Dr Brosnan, whose index finger is the same length as his ring finger, said: 'The results are a fascinating insight into how testosterone and oestrogen levels in the womb can effect people's choice of career and how these levels can show up in the length of fingers on our hands.
According to People magazine, the blonde beauty wore"an ornate gold ring with two stones - a diamond and a ruby" on her ring finger, in LA this week, Stuff.
Her middle finger curves quite obviously at the top towards her ring finger, showing she may feel isolated from reality.
Men whose index fingers were longer than their ring finger were 33% less likely to have prostate cancer.
Children with a ring finger as long as their index finger were better with numbers, while those with a shorter ring finger proved to be more adept at literacy exams.
VILLA goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen will be sidelined for six weeks after chipping a bone in his ring finger.
Her fingers were sewn back on and her ring finger was saved.
4) The ring finger is usually the weakest - pray for those in need.
She slipped a wedding band on the ring finger of Danny Whalin in a final act of love before he was buried.