Definition of Prenasal

1. a. Situated in front of the nose, or in front of the nasal chambers.



Definition of Prenasal

1. Adjective. (anatomy) Situated in front of the nose, or in front of the nasal chambers. ¹

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Definition of Prenasal

1. a nasal bone [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Prenasal

premoves
premoving
prems
premultiply
premune
premunire
premunires
premunition
premunitions
premunitory
premy
premycotic
premyelinating
prename
prenames
prenasal (current term)
prenasalize
prenasalized
prenasalizes
prenasalizing
prenasals
prenatal
prenatal diagnosis
prenatally
prenate
prenates
prenazone
preneed
prenegotiated
prenegotiation

Literary usage of Prenasal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria by Royal Society of Victoria (1904)
"In part it also corresponds to the well-developed prenasal found in Miniopterus, since in each there is a central more or less fibrous ridge between the ..."

2. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1896)
"... the inner parts of the two intermaxillary bones; (2) that it corresponds to the prenasal bone in the pig ; and (lastly) that it is an anterior vomer. ..."

3. Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland by Academy of Medicine in Ireland (1896)
"The dumb-bell-shaped bone in the palate of Ornithorhynchus compared with the prenasal bone in the pig. Jour. Anat. and Phys., Vol. ..."

4. The Nasal Organ in Amphibia by George Marsh Higgins (1921)
"From the ventral surface of the anterior cupola (c), a. small prenasal process arises near the foramen nasalis internus and extends downward a short ..."

5. Publication by Palaeontographical Society (Great Britain) (1870)
"... extending toward the nasals and dividing the prenasal fossae from the maxillary ... prenasal fossae terminate anteriorly, each in a foramen leading to a ..."

6. The Morphology of the Skull by William Kitchen Parker, George Thomas Bettany (1877)
"have grown out in front of the nasal cavities, and then coalesced ; and behind these prenasal parts, and yet considerably in front of the brain-case, ..."

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