Craniometry. (of the skull) the ratio of the distance from nasion to the lower margin of the nasal aperture to that of the maximum breadth of the nasal aperture.
Cephalometry. (of the head) the ratio of the maximum breadth of the external nose to its height from the nasal root to where the septum is confluent with the upper lip.
the ratio of the widest part of the nose to its length multiplied by 100
[ney-zuh l] /ˈneɪ zəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to the nose: the nasal cavity. 2. Phonetics. pronounced with the voice issuing through the nose, either partly, as in French nasal vowels, or entirely (as in m, n, or the ng of song). noun 3. Phonetics. a nasal speech sound. /ˈneɪzəl/ adjective 1. of or […]
[ney-zuh-lahyz] /ˈneɪ zəˌlaɪz/ Phonetics verb (used with object), nasalized, nasalizing. 1. to pronounce as a sound. verb (used without object), nasalized, nasalizing. 2. to pronounce normally oral sounds as nasal sounds. /ˈneɪzəˌlaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) to pronounce nasally
[ney-zuh-lee, -zuh l-lee] /ˈneɪ zə li, -zəl li/ adverb 1. in a manner. 2. by inhaling through the nose: to take drugs nasally.
- Nasal meatus
nasal meatus n. Any of three passages, designated inferior, middle, and superior, in the nasal cavity that are formed by the projection of the ethmoidal crests.