rhino-, rhin-, -rhine, -rrhine, -rhinous, -rrhinous

(Greek: nose)

rhinencephalon
That portion of the cerebrum concerned with reception and integration of olfactory (smelling) impulses; the anterior inferior part of the forebrain that is chiefly concerned with olfaction.
rhinenchysis
1. A nasal douche; washing out the nasal cavities.
2. Injection of a medicinal fluid into the nose.
rhinesthesic (adjective), more rhinesthesic, most rhinesthesic
Relating to the sense of smell via the nose: Harriet's well developed rhinesthesic abilities made her invaluable to the coffee company she worked for.
rhineurynter
An inflatable elastic bag for plugging the nose.
rhiniatry
The treatment of diseases and defects of the nose.
rhinion
The foremost point at which the two nasal bones meet.
rhinism
A nasal quality of the voice.
rhinismus
rhinitis (s) ((s) (noun), rhinitides (pl)
The inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane which lines the nose: A rhinitis is usually manifested by some combination of nasal obstruction, nasal discharge, sneezing, and facial pressure or pain.
rhinoanemometer
1. An apparatus for measuring the air passing through the nose during respiration.
2. A variation of the pneumotachometer, used for measuring nasal air flow and nasal resistance to air flow.
rhinoantritis
Inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane and of the maxillary sinus.
rhinocephalia
rhinocephalus
A fetus exhibiting rhinocephaly.
rhinocephaly
A developmental anomaly characterized by the presence of a proboscis-like nose above the eyes partially or completely fused into one.
rhinocerial
1. A reference to or resembling the rhinoceros.
2. Heavy or unwieldy as a rhinoceros.