Bicuspid

having two cusps or points
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bicuspid

[adj] - having two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth)
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Bicuspid

A premolar tooth.
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Bicuspid

Bicuspid: Having two flaps or cusps. The heart valve that is called the bicuspid valve is located between the left atrium and left ventricle. Although the aortic valve in the heart normally is tricuspid (with three cusps), it may sometimes be bicuspid.
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Bicuspid

Bi·cus'pid noun (Anat.) One of the two double-pointed teeth which intervene between the canines (cuspids) and the molars, on each side of each jaw. See Tooth , noun
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bicuspid

<anatomy> One of the two double-pointed teeth which intervene between the canines (cuspids) and the molars, on each side of each jaw. See Tooth. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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bicuspid

bicuspidate adjective having two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth); `bicuspid teeth`; `bicuspid leaves`
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bicuspid

(bi-kus´pid) having two cusps. a premolar tooth. pertaining to a premolar tooth.
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Bicuspid

• (n.) One of the two double-pointed teeth which intervene between the canines (cuspids) and the molars, on each side of each jaw. See Tooth, n. • (a.) Alt. of Bicuspidate
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bicuspid

bicuspid One's bicuspids are teeth with two points.
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bicuspid

Type: Term Pronunciation: bī-kŭs′pid Definitions: 1. Having two points, prongs, or cusps. 2. Teeth having two cusps. Humans have eight bicuspid or premolar teeth: two in front of each group of molars. See: bicuspid tooth, premolar tooth
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Bicuspid

A premolar tooth; a tooth with two cusps.
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Bicuspid

A two-cusped tooth found between the molar and the cuspid also known as an eye tooth or canine tooth.
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bicuspid

A term meaning to have two cusps (curved, pointed structures). It is used for example to desribe certain heart valves and as an alternative name for the premolar tooth (see teeth.
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bicuspid

A premolar tooth; a tooth with two cusps.
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Bicuspid

A two-cusped tooth found between the molar and the cuspid also known as an eye tooth or canine tooth
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Bicuspid

A two-cusped tooth found between the molar and the cuspid also known as an eye tooth or canine tooth
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