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

(Greek: nose)

rhinocerine, ceratorhine: rhinoceros
1. A reference to rhinoceroses.
2. Characteristic of or resembling a rhinoceros.
1. A very large herbivorous mammal with very thick skin and one or two horns on its snout.
2. A large, unwieldy quadruped of a genus now found only in Africa and Southern Asia, having a horn (or, in some species, two horns) on the nose and a very thick skin disposed in plates and folds. [It should be noted that the rhinoceros “horn” is really not composed of horn at all, but is hard hair].
Belonging to, characteristic of, or resembling the rhinoceros.
rhinocheiloplasty, rhinochiloplasty
Plastic surgery of the nose and/or upper lip.
Nasal obstruction.
An itchy nose.
The ventricle of the olfactory lobe of the brain.
A lacrimal concretion in the nasal duct.
1. Duplication of the nose on an otherwise normal face.
2. A mild form of diprosopia (duplication of the face) in which, although there is doubling of the skeletal parts of both nose and upper jaw, the face appears only unusually wide with a broad space between the eyes and thick, wide nose.
An individual exhibiting rhinodymia.
rhinodynia (s) (noun) (no pl)
Pain in the nose: If an individual has a col, an allergy, or a sinus infection, a case of rhinodynia can occur.
Originating or arising in the nose or having its origin in the nose.
1. A humpback deformity of the nose or a condition marked by a hump on the nose.
2. A condition in which a nose has a prominent bridge.
A nasal quality of voice due to some disease or defect of the nasal passages.