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canthus

[kan-thuhs]
noun, plural canthi [kan-thahy] . Anatomy.
the angle or corner on each side of the eye, formed by the junction of the upper and lower lids.

Origin:
1640–50; < Neo-Latin, Latin < Greek kanthós; cf. cant2

canthal, adjective
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canthus (ˈkænθəs)
 
n , pl -thi
the inner or outer corner or angle of the eye, formed by the natural junction of the eyelids
 
[C17: from New Latin, from Latin: iron tyre]
 
'canthal
 
adj

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canthus can·thus (kān'thəs)
n. pl. can·thi (-thī')
The angle formed by the meeting of the upper and lower eyelids at either side of the eye.


can'thal (-thəl) adj.
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