- The innominate artery is a short artery arising from the aorta and giving rise to a subclavian
artery (terminating in a forelimb) and a carotid artery (terminating in the head). It is found in many birds and mammals.
- The innominate bone is each half of the pelvis (hip bone), when the pubis, ilium,
and ischium are fused together into
a single bone, as in adult mammals, reptiles, and birds.