Definition of Subnasal

1. a. Situated under the nose; as, the subnasal point, or the middle point of the inferior border of the anterior nasal aperture.



Definition of Subnasal

1. Adjective. Located under the nose. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Subnasal

1. situated under the nose [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subnasal

submucous
submultialgebra
submultialgebras
submultiple
submultiples
submunition
submunitions
submuscular
subnamespace
subnamespaces
subnanometer
subnanomolar
subnanoscale
subnanosecond
subnarcotic
subnasal (current term)
subnascent
subnational
subnationally
subnatural
subnect
subnected
subnecting
subnector
subnectors
subnects
subnegotiation
subnegotiations
subnephrotic
subnet

Literary usage of Subnasal

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1. Pedagogical Anthropology by Maria Montessori (1913)
"directly with the aid of Broca's goniometer; the transverse branch passes across the subnasal point; the two antero-posterior branches are inserted, ..."

2. Pedagogical Anthropology by Maria Montessori (1913)
"directly with the aid of Broca's goniometer; the transverse branch passes across the subnasal point; the two antero-posterior branches are inserted, ..."

3. Memoirs Read Before the Anthropological Society of London by Anthropological Society of London (1866)
"With the same compasses we can easily measure the distance from the subnasal point, A, to the centre of the meatus audi- torius externus, c. ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"... below, into subnasal plates, which are separated, anteriorly, by a wide notch in the middle line. The curved outer edges of these plates give attachment ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General (1890)
"colar curve of the broad subnasal plates, to the edges of which li -~ are attached. The hinder ffee extremities of the ..."

6. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1906)
"From the roots of the hair to the subnasal point 12'7 „ 12'9 ,, From the ... 7'5 „ 7'4 „ Length of the upper lip (from the subnasal point to the margin of ..."

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