The remnant of the hyoid is continued entirely into the lingual artery.
The spines of the lingual plate are uniform, and in number about 10,000.
The people at home love to have tidings of shoots from the old German lingual stock.
This lingual magniloquence is proverbial of American parvenus.
In the limpets the lingual ribbon is proportionately long, and is easily removed for examination.
Like many other lingual affections, this is often unilateral.
A cingulum connects the lingual and central cusps at the posterior margin of the tooth.
Fig. 78 represents cusps upon the lingual surface of the molars.
Like other Euthyneura, they have very numerous small denticles on the lingual ribbon.
Then, apart from his lingual studies, his furnace-building was ever on his mind.
1640s, from Medieval Latin lingualis "of the tongue," from Latin lingua "tongue," also "speech, language," from Old Latin dingua, from PIE *dnghu- "tongue" (cf. Old English tunge, Gothic tuggo "tongue;" see tongue). Altered in Latin probably in part by association with lingere "to lick."
lingual lin·gual (lĭng'gwəl)
Of or relating to the tongue or any tonguelike part; glossal.
Next to or toward the tongue.