goniotomy go·ni·ot·o·my (gō’nē-ŏt’ə-mē)
Surgical opening of Schlemm’s canal by way of the angle of the anterior chamber of the eye to treat congenital glaucoma.
[goh-nee-uh m] /ˈgoʊ ni əm/ noun, plural gonia [goh-nee-uh] /ˈgoʊ ni ə/ (Show IPA). Cell Biology. 1. the germ cell during the phase marked by mitosis. 1. a combining form of : archegonium. combining form 1. indicating a seed or reproductive cell: archegonium
[gaw-nuh; unstressed guh-nuh] /ˈgɔ nə; unstressed gə nə/ Pronunciation Spelling. 1. going to: Are we gonna go soon? /ˈɡɒnə/ verb, contraction (slang) 1. going to attempt to represent the casual pronunciation of going to. In Scottish dialect, ganna, gaunna recorded from 1806. verb phrase Going to •Casually pronounced form: I’m gonna veg out tonight (1913+)
[gon, guhn] /gɒn, gʌn/ noun 1. Maud (“Irish Joan of Arc”) 1865–1953, Irish political activist and actress, born in England.
1. a combining form meaning “sexual,” “reproductive,” used in the formation of compound words: gonophore. combining form 1. sexual or reproductive: gonorrhoea gono- or gon- pref. Sexual; reproductive: gonophore.