Cuspid

• (n.) One of the canine teeth; -- so called from having but one point or cusp on the crown. See Tooth.
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cuspid

(kus´pid) having a cusp. canine tooth. canine (def. 3).
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Cuspid

Cus'pid noun [ See Cusp .] (Anat.) One of the canine teeth; -- so called from having but one point or cusp on the crown. See Tooth .
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cuspid

Single cusped tooth located between the incisors and bicuspids.
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Cuspid

The pointy teeth just behind the laterals. These teeth have one cuspal (or point). Cuspids are also called canines.
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Cuspid

the third tooth from the center of the mouth towards the back, also known as canines.
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Cuspid

The third tooth from the center of the mouth. These are part of the anterior group. Also known as a canine tooth.
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cuspid

The third tooth to the left and to the right of the midline of either jaw, situated between the second incisor and the premolar teeth (bicuspid). ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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cuspid

Type: Term Pronunciation: kŭs′pid Definitions: 1. Having but one cusp. Synonyms: canine tooth, cuspidate
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