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1. Having a single nasal passage, instead of the usual two; such as, lampreys (freshwater jawless fish with a round sucking mouth for attaching itself to other fish and, in the case of adults, feeding parasitically on their blood).
2. Single-nosed; used in medicine to characterize conjoined twins in which cephalic fusion has left only a single evident nose cavity.
This entry is located in the following units: mono-, mon- (page 12) rhino-, rhin-, -rhine, -rrhine, -rhinous, -rrhinous (page 3)