Orthognathism
Orthognathism Or*thog"na*thism, n. (Anat.) The quality or state of being orthognathous. --Huxley. [1913 Webster]

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  • orthognathism — or·thog·na·thism ȯr thäg nə .thiz əm or or·thog·na·thy nə thē n, pl thisms or thies the quality or state of not having the lower parts of the face projecting or·thog·na·thous nə thəs adj …   Medical dictionary

  • orthognathism — or·thog·na·thism …   English syllables

  • orthognathism —   n. state of having straight jaws.    ♦ orthognathous, a.    ♦ orthognathy, a …   Dictionary of difficult words

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  • orthognathous — orthognathism /awr thog neuh thiz euhm/, orthognathy, n. /awr thog neuh theuhs/, adj. Craniom. straight jawed; having the profile of the face vertical or nearly so; having a gnathic index below 98. Also, orthognathic /awr theuhg nath ik, thog /.… …   Universalium

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  • or|thog|na|thy — «awr THOG nuh thee», noun. = orthognathism. (Cf. ↑orthognathism) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Africoid peoples — are human populations of varying phenotypes who are considered black regardless of recent African ancestry..Rashidi, Runoko. The Global African Community. The African Perspective in India. 1998. September 2, 2007. [http://saxakali.com/Saxakali… …   Wikipedia

  • ορθογναθισμός — ο η ορθογναθία. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. Αντιδάνεια λ., πρβλ. αγγλ. orthognathism < ορθόγναθος + ισμός*] …   Dictionary of Greek

  • orthognathous — [ôr΄thägnath′ikôr thäg′nə thəs] adj. [ ORTHO + GNATHOUS] having the jaws in line, with the lower jaw neither projecting nor receding: also orthognathic [ôr΄thägnath′ik] orthognathism n …   English World dictionary

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