(kong´kә) pl. con´chae Latin word meaning a shell-shaped structure.
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• (n.) The plain semidome of an apse; sometimes used for the entire apse. • (n.) The external ear; esp. the largest and deepest concavity of the external ear, surrounding the entrance to the auditory canal.
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(from the article `auricle`) ...skin. The external ear cartilage is molded into shape and has well-defined hollows, furrows, and ridges that form an irregular shallow funnel. The ... ...clearly defined hollows, ridges, and furrows that form an irregular, shallow funnel. The deepest depression, which...
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Concha is a Spanish girl name. The meaning of the name is `Conception` Where is it used? The name Concha is mainly used In Spanish.How do they say it elsewhere? Concepta ( In Irish) See also In Spanish: Chita In Spanish: Conchita (F) In Spanish: Concepcíon (F) Concha doesn`t appear In 2007`s to...
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concha (s), conchae (pl) 1. A shell. 2. In medical-anatomical nomenclature, a structure or part that resembles a sea shell in shape. 3. Any of various physical structures; such as, the external ear, that resemble a shell in shape. Also called conch. 4. In architecture, the half dome over an apse....
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The concha is the deep, bowl-shaped part of the ear cartilage that attaches directly to the side of the head at the front of the mastoid process of the skull. The opening to the auditory canal is located in the lower front corner of the concha. The concha helps funnel sound into the auditory canal.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′kă, kon′kē Definitions: 1. In anatomy, a structure comparable with a shell in shape, as the auricle or pinna of the ear or a turbinate bone in the nose.
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Latin = shell.
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1) Anatomical structure 2) Bodily structure 3) Body structure 4) Clam 5) Complex body part 6) Spanish girl name 7) Structure
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