<medical def> The Nelaton's Line (also known as the Roser-Nelaton line) is a theoretical line, drawn from the anterior superior iliac spine of the female to her tuberosity of the ischium. Also see The Gap and The Valley to learn about other exciting female anatomy.
"Yes dude, I would like to camp out under it tonight and look at the stars"
Pronounced: Th-uh Br-ih-j
"Let's go to The Bridge"
"It's not a Bridge, it's The Bridge"
"What are we doin tonight? I don't know, lets figure it out at The Bridge"
the bridge is full of people who really like to bitch.