ceruminosis ce·ru·mi·no·sis (sə-rōō’mə-nō’sĭs)
Excessive formation of cerumen.
earwax. noun the soft brownish-yellow wax secreted by glands in the auditory canal of the external ear Nontechnical name earwax n. “earwax,” 1741, medical Latin cerumen, coined by Swiss anatomist Gaspard Bauhin (1560-1624) from Latin cera “wax” (see cere (n.)) on model of albumen; or else from Greek keroumenos “formed of wax.” cerumen ce·ru·men (sə-rōō’mən) […]
- Ceruminous gland
ceruminous gland ce·ru·mi·nous gland (sə-rōō’mə-nəs) n. Any of the modified sudiferous glands producing a waxy secretion and situated in the external auditory canal.
a pigment composed of white lead. noun another name for white lead (sense 1)
a mineral, lead carbonate, PbCO 3 , found in masses or in colorless, transparent crystals: an important ore of lead. noun a usually white mineral, found in veins. It is a source of lead. Composition: lead carbonate. Formula: PbCO3. Crystal structure: orthorhombic Also called white lead ore