(anatomy) A cartilaginous organ in the throat of terrestrial vertebrates covering the glottis when swallowing to prevent food and liquid from entering the trachea, and in Homo sapiens also a speech organ.
My is full of bees!
noun epimysium (plural epimysia )
a layer of connective tissue which surrounds individual muscles
(anatomy) the pineal gland
(anatomy) the rounded end of any long bone
Capable of being raised to an upright position.
Of or relating to tissue capable of filling with blood and becoming rigid.
Pertaining to the esophagus.
The ethmoid bone.
Resembling a sieve.
(anatomy) In humans and other land vertebrates, a tube that links the pharynx to the cavity of the middle ear to allow the equalization of the pressure on both sides of the eardrum.
verb (evaginates, evaginating, evaginated)
(intransitive) To evert a body organ inside surface to outside.
(transitive) To cause a body organ or part to become inside-out.
(anatomy) Any of various glands which secrete via a duct, typically into the digestive tract or onto the skin.
(anatomy) A muscle whose contraction extends or straightens a limb or body part.
The outer ear.
The most extreme or furthest point of something.
An extreme measure.
A hand or foot.
Guillian-Barré syndrome causes one to not be able to move one's extremities.
external, separable from the thing itself, inessential
not belonging to, outside of
noun (pluraleyesor (archaic) eyen)
An organ that is sensitive to light, which it converts to electrical signals passed to the brain, by which means animals see.
A hole at the blunt end of a needle through which thread is passed.
A fitting consisting of a loop of metal or other material, suitable for receiving a hook.
The center/centre of a hurricane.
A mark on an animal, such as a peacock or butterfly, resembling an eye.
A reproductive bud in a potato.
The ability to notice what others might miss.
He has a good eye for talent.
verb (eyes, eyeingoreying, eyed)
To look at someone or something as if with the intent to do something with that person or thing.
the ball of the eye
To gauge, estimate or judge by eye; to look or glance at.
A good cook can often just the correct quantities of ingredients.
Each geometric construction must be exact; eyeballing it and getting close does not count.
The hair that grows over the bone ridge above the eye socket.
One of the hairs which grow along the edge of eyelids.
(anatomy) A thin skin membrane that covers and moves over an eye.
(anatomy) The bony cavity which contains the eyeball and its associated muscles, vessels, and nerves. In humans, seven bones make up each bony orbit: