The ulnar nerves are a pair of nerves that runs from the back of the forearm through the elbow and wrist to the palm of the hand.  It is one of the least well protected major nerves of the body and a sharp blow to the elbow gives the familiar feeling of having one's "funny bone" hit. 

Ulnar nerve at Wikipedia

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