[mahy-loh-hahy-oid] /ˌmaɪ loʊˈhaɪ ɔɪd/ Anatomy
[mahy-loh-hahy-oi-dee-uh n] /ˌmaɪ loʊ haɪˈɔɪ di ən/ (Show IPA). of, relating to, or situated near the lower molar teeth and the hyoid bone.
a flat, triangular muscle that forms the floor of the mouth.
mylohyoid my·lo·hy·oid (mī’lō-hī’oid’)
Relating to the region of the molar teeth of the lower jaw and the hyoid bone.
- Mylohyoid muscle
mylohyoid muscle n. A muscle with origin from the mylohyoid line of the mandible, with insertion into the upper border of the hyoid bone and the raphe separating the muscle from its fellow, with nerve supply from the mylohyoid nerve, and whose action elevates the floor of the mouth and tongue and depresses the jaw […]
- Mylohyoid nerve
mylohyoid nerve n. A small branch of the inferior alveolar nerve that is distributed to the anterior belly of the digastric muscle and to the mylohyoid muscle.
[mahy-luh-nahyt, mil-uh-] /ˈmaɪ ləˌnaɪt, ˈmɪl ə-/ noun 1. Geology. a rock that has been crushed and sheared to such an extent that its original texture has been destroyed. /ˈmaɪləˌnaɪt; ˈmɪlə-/ noun 1. a fine-grained metamorphic rock, often showing banding and micaceous fracture, formed by the crushing, grinding, or rolling of the original structure mylonite (mī’lə-nīt’) […]
- My man
noun phrase One’s particular friend; buddy, homie, pal: ”Serve it up, my man,” said Tump. Tump never even saw it (1930+ Black jazz musicians)