canine tooth definition

  • noun:
    • One of the pointed teeth behind the incisors and in front side of the premolar teeth.
    • one of several four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) found involving the incisors together with premolars
    • the pointed teeth behind the incisors and in front of premolar teeth.
    • one of several four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) situated between the incisors as well as the premolars
  • adjective:
    • a tooth situated between your incisor and bicuspid teeth, so-called due to the fact well-developed in puppies; usually, the 3rd enamel from the front on each side of each and every jaw; an eyetooth, or perhaps the matching tooth inside lower jaw.
    • a tooth situated involving the incisor and bicuspid teeth, so-called because ripped in dogs; generally, the 3rd enamel from the front side for each part of each jaw; an eyetooth, and/or corresponding enamel into the lower jaw.

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