Etymology: New Latin dentalis, derived from dens "tooth", from Proto-Indo-European
- of or concerning the teeth: dental care
- of or concerning dentistry
- (phonetics) made with the tongue touching the teeth: dental fricative
- Hâd-ent- "tooth", participle of
- Hâed- "eat", perhaps from an older sense "bite".
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