Hyomandibular

Hy`o·man·dib'u·lar adjective [ Hyo- + mandibular .] (Anat.) Pertaining both to the hyoidean arch and the mandible or lower jaw; as, the hyomandibular bone or cartilage, a segment of the hyoid arch which connects the lower jaw with the skull in fishes. --
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hyomandibular

<anatomy> Pertaining both to the hyoidean arch and the mandible or lower jaw; as, the hyomandibular bone or cartilage, a segment of the hyoid arch which connects the lower jaw with the skull in fishes. ... The hyomandibular bone or cartilage. ... Origin: Hyo- + mandibular. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Hyomandibular

• (n.) The hyomandibular bone or cartilage. • (a.) Pertaining both to the hyoidean arch and the mandible or lower jaw; as, the hyomandibular bone or cartilage, a segment of the hyoid arch which connects the lower jaw with the skull in fishes.
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