Hypo-glosses

hypoglottis

[hahy-puh-glot-is]
noun
1.
Anatomy. the underside of the tongue.
2.
Pathology, ranula.
Also, hypoglossis [hahy-puh-glos-is, -glaw-sis] .


Origin:
1650–60; < Greek hypoglōttís. See hypo-, glottis

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hypoglottis hy·po·glot·tis (hī'pə-glŏt'ĭs)
n.
The undersurface of the tongue.

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