HELP! I need to know what the Latin meaning of Rectus femoris, Subscapularis, Masseter, and Tibialis anterior are!!!!

I'ma doing a matching sheet, these are the meaning to choose from: Chewing, Under the scapular, Straight of the femur, in front of the tibia.

Someone must know!!! HELPS ME!

Rectus femoris - Straight of the femur
Subscapularis - Under the scapular
Masseter - Chewing
Tibialis anterior - in front of the tibia

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