adjective (zoology)
possessing eyes
relating to or resembling eyes: oculate markings


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    [ok-yuh-luh s] /ˈɒk yə ləs/ noun, plural oculi [ok-yuh-lahy] /ˈɒk yəˌlaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. an eye. 2. Architecture. a circular opening, especially one at the apex of a dome. 3. Archaeology. a design representing an eye, as on funerary pottery found in megalithic tombs of Europe. “an eye,” plural oculi, 1857, from Latin oculus “an […]

  • Oculist

    [ok-yuh-list] /ˈɒk yə lɪst/ noun, (formerly) 1. . 2. . /ˈɒkjʊlɪst/ noun 1. (med) a former term for ophthalmologist n. “eye doctor,” 1610s, from French oculiste (16c.), from Latin oculus “an eye” (see eye (n.)). oculist oc·u·list (ŏk’yə-lĭst) n.

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    1. a combining form meaning “eye,” “ocular,” used in the formation of compound words: oculomotor. combining form 1. indicating the eye: oculomotor oculo- pref. Eye; ocular: oculomotor.

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    /ˈɒkjʊləʊˌɔːˈrɪkjʊləʊˈvɜːtɪbrəl dɪspleɪzɪə/ noun 1. the technical name for Goldenhar’s syndrome oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia oc·u·lo·au·ric·u·lo·ver·te·bral dysplasia (ŏk’yə-lō-ô-rĭk’yə-lō-vûr’tə-brəl, -vər-tē’brəl) n. A complex of syndromes characterized by cysts on the eyeball, swellings around the auricle of the ear, an abnormally small jaw, and vertebral anomalies.

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