canthus definition

  • noun:
    • The direction formed because of the meeting associated with the upper and reduced eyelids at either region of the attention.
    • either spot of this attention, where in actuality the eyelids satisfy
    • The spot where upper and under eyelids meet for each region of the attention.
    • The perspective created by the junction of eyelids.
    • In entomology: the upper and lower or anterior and posterior extremities of the compound eyes of pests.
    • A corneous procedure of the clypeus, totally or partly dividing the substance eye. It is present in particular beetles, which hence appear to have four-eyes.
    • either associated with the sides associated with eye in which the upper and reduced eyelids satisfy
    • The position formed by the conference of top and reduced eyelids at either region of the attention.
    • either part for the eye, where eyelids meet
    • The corner where in fact the top and under eyelids meet on each side of the attention.
    • The position formed by the junction of this eyelids.
    • In entomology: one of many upper and reduced or anterior and posterior extremities of this compound eyes of insects.
    • A corneous process of the clypeus, entirely or partially dividing the compound attention. It's within particular beetles, which therefore may actually have four-eyes.
    • either regarding the sides of the eye where in fact the upper and reduced eyelids fulfill

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