Pertaining to the mouth and jaw. [stomato- + G. gnathos, jaw]

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sto·ma·to·gnath·ic .stō-mə-(.)tō(g)-'nath-ik adj of or relating to the jaws and the mouth

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sto·ma·tog·nath·ic (sto″mə-tog-nathґik) [stomato- + gnathic] denoting the mouth and jaws collectively.

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