rostral: pertaining or attached to a rostrum; specifically of Hemiptera.
Ratio of rostral depth to distance between middle of interparietal and lower rim of audital bulla, 50.
They took the prows of the ships which they captured and conveyed them to Rome, and built what is called a rostral pillar of them.
A rostral pillar is a column ornamented with such beaks or prows, which were, in the Roman language, called rostra.
The rostral hook terminates below the front margin of the eye.
rostral portion of skull less attenuate than in Tupaia tana.
rostral portion of premaxillæ narrow and widely divergent toward base of rostrum, leaving mesirostral entirely exposed.
Opposite the entrance of the navy-yard, stands a rostral column of white marble with allegoric figures.
Near this, the base of the rostral column, Colonna Duilia, has been found.
The other wore a rostral crown upon her head, and kept her eyes fixed upon a compass.