recumbentMain Entry: re·cum·bent
Etymology: Latin recumbent-, recumbens, present participle of recumbere to lie down, from re- + -cumbere to lie down; akin to Latin cubare to lie
1 a : suggestive of repose : LEANING, RESTING b : lying down
2 : representing a person lying down recumbent statue >
Pls visit our friend 'Mr Recumbent' Terence Foo website at MyBent for more information about this interesting looking bike.
Source: Definition from Merriam-Webster Online Dictionery & picture from Wikipedia 'Recumbent'.