foramen definition

  • noun:
    • An opening or orifice, like in a bone or perhaps in the covering for the ovule of a plant.
    • an opening, an orifice; a brief passageway.
    • a tiny orifice, perforation, or orifice; a fenestra.
    • In structure and zoology, a hole or an opening; an orifice; a fissure; a brief passageway.
    • In botany, an opening of any sort; specifically, the orifice for the coats of ovule.
    • begin to see the adjectives.
    • an opening or orifice, as in a bone tissue or in the covering of this ovule of a plant.
    • The carotid canal it self.
    • an opening, an orifice; a short passageway.
    • Posterior, for the passage of a vein.
    • An opening or orifice, like in a bone or perhaps in the covering of the ovule of a plant.
    • an opening, an orifice; a brief passageway.
    • A small opening, perforation, or orifice; a fenestra.
    • associated with medulla oblongata, a cul-de-sac forming the cancellation of anterior median fissure behind the pons. Also known as foramen cæcum of Vicq d'Azyr.
    • In anatomy and zoology, a hole or an opening; an orifice; a fissure; a quick passageway.
    • associated with the tongue, a depression towards huge middle circumvallate papilla.
    • In botany, an opening of any sort; especially, the orifice of the coats of the ovule.
    • of sphenoid bone, a hole into the greater wing of this sphenoid, or between this as well as the temporal bone tissue, when it comes to passing of the next unit of this fifth cranial neurological. See cut-under sphenoid.
    • See the adjectives.
    • a natural orifice or perforation through a bone or a membranous construction
    • The carotid channel itself.
    • Posterior, when it comes to passage of a vein.
    • of this medulla oblongata, a cul-de-sac creating the cancellation for the anterior median fissure behind the pons. Also known as foramen cæcum of Vicq d'Azyr.
    • associated with tongue, a depression about the big middle circumvallate papilla.
    • of this sphenoid bone, a hole into the better wing of sphenoid, or between this as well as the temporal bone tissue, when it comes to passing of the 3rd unit associated with the fifth cranial neurological. See cut-under sphenoid.
    • an all natural orifice or perforation through a bone or a membranous framework
    • a tiny opening, perforation, or orifice; a fenestra.
    • In anatomy and zoology, a hole or an opening; an orifice; a fissure; a short passageway.
    • In botany, an opening of any kind; specifically, the orifice of this coats regarding the ovule.
    • begin to see the adjectives.
    • The carotid canal it self.
    • Posterior, for passage through of a vein.
    • Of the medulla oblongata, a cul-de-sac creating the cancellation of anterior median fissure behind the pons. Also referred to as foramen cæcum of Vicq d'Azyr.
    • of this tongue, a depression about the big center circumvallate papilla.
    • regarding the sphenoid bone, a hole within the higher wing of this sphenoid, or between this in addition to temporal bone tissue, for the passing of the third division of fifth cranial neurological. See cut under sphenoid.
    • an all-natural orifice or perforation through a bone or a membranous framework
    • An opening or orifice, as in a bone or in the covering associated with ovule of a plant.
    • An opening or orifice, as with a bone or in the covering for the ovule of a plant.
    • an opening, an orifice; a quick passageway.
    • an opening, an orifice; a brief passage.
    • a tiny opening, perforation, or orifice; a fenestra.
    • a little orifice, perforation, or orifice; a fenestra.
    • In anatomy and zoology, a hole or an opening; an orifice; a fissure; a quick passage.
    • In anatomy and zoology, a hole or an opening; an orifice; a fissure; a quick passage.
    • In botany, an opening of any sort; especially, the orifice regarding the coats for the ovule.
    • In botany, an opening of any kind; particularly, the orifice associated with coats associated with the ovule.
    • begin to see the adjectives.
    • start to see the adjectives.
    • The carotid canal itself.
    • An opening or orifice, such as a bone or perhaps in the covering of the ovule of a plant.
    • An opening or orifice, as with a bone or perhaps in the covering for the ovule of a plant.
    • The carotid canal itself.
    • Posterior, for passage through of a vein.
    • an opening, an orifice; a short passage.
    • Posterior, the passage through of a vein.
    • An opening or orifice, as with a bone or in the covering associated with ovule of a plant.
    • an opening, an orifice; a short passage.
    • associated with medulla oblongata, a cul-de-sac forming the cancellation of the anterior median fissure behind the pons. Also known as foramen cæcum of Vicq d'Azyr.
    • an opening, an orifice; a quick passageway.
    • A small opening, perforation, or orifice; a fenestra.
    • a tiny orifice, perforation, or orifice; a fenestra.
    • associated with medulla oblongata, a cul-de-sac creating the cancellation associated with anterior median fissure behind the pons. Also referred to as foramen cæcum of Vicq d'Azyr.
    • of this tongue, a depression towards large center circumvallate papilla.
    • In structure and zoology, a hole or an opening; an orifice; a fissure; a short passage.
    • A small opening, perforation, or orifice; a fenestra.
    • of this tongue, a depression towards huge middle circumvallate papilla.
    • In structure and zoology, a hole or an opening; an orifice; a fissure; a brief passage.
    • In botany, an opening of any kind; specifically, the orifice of coats for the ovule.
    • In botany, an opening of any sort; particularly, the orifice of the coats of the ovule.
    • of this sphenoid bone, a hole inside greater wing associated with the sphenoid, or between this as well as the temporal bone, the passing of the 3rd unit of the 5th cranial neurological. See cut-under sphenoid.
    • In structure and zoology, a hole or an orifice; an orifice; a fissure; a quick passage.
    • associated with the sphenoid bone tissue, a hole in the greater wing for the sphenoid, or between this therefore the temporal bone, for passage through of the third unit of 5th cranial neurological. See cut-under sphenoid.
    • See the adjectives.
    • a normal opening or perforation through a bone or a membranous structure
    • See the adjectives.
    • The carotid channel it self.
    • The carotid canal it self.
    • Posterior, for the passage of a vein.
    • Posterior, the passage through of a vein.
    • of this medulla oblongata, a cul-de-sac forming the termination regarding the anterior median fissure behind the pons. Also referred to as foramen cæcum of Vicq d'Azyr.
    • In botany, an opening of any kind; specifically, the orifice associated with the coats of the ovule.
    • an all natural orifice or perforation through a bone or a membranous structure
    • Of the medulla oblongata, a cul-de-sac forming the termination of the anterior median fissure behind the pons. Also called foramen cæcum of Vicq d'Azyr.
    • of this tongue, a depression about the large center circumvallate papilla.
    • See the adjectives.
    • for the tongue, a depression concerning the large center circumvallate papilla.
    • The carotid canal it self.
    • of sphenoid bone tissue, a hole when you look at the higher wing of the sphenoid, or between this and temporal bone, when it comes to passing of the 3rd unit associated with fifth cranial neurological. See cut under sphenoid.
    • for the sphenoid bone tissue, a hole into the greater wing of the sphenoid, or between this and also the temporal bone, for the passing of the 3rd unit for the 5th cranial nerve. See cut-under sphenoid.
    • an all natural orifice or perforation through a bone or a membranous structure
    • Posterior, for the passing of a vein.
    • a natural opening or perforation through a bone or a membranous structure
    • associated with the medulla oblongata, a cul-de-sac developing the termination of anterior median fissure behind the pons. Also referred to as foramen cæcum of Vicq d'Azyr.
    • associated with tongue, a depression in regards to the large center circumvallate papilla.
    • associated with the sphenoid bone, a hole within the better wing of the sphenoid, or between this and also the temporal bone, when it comes to passing of the next unit associated with fifth cranial nerve. See cut under sphenoid.
    • an all-natural orifice or perforation through a bone or a membranous construction

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