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malar

MA'LAR, a. [L. mala, the cheek.] Pertaining to the cheek.




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MA'LAR, a. [L. mala, the cheek.] Pertaining to the cheek.


MA'LAR, a. [L. mala, the cheek.]

Pertaining to the cheek.


Ma"lar
  1. Of or pertaining to the region of the cheek bone, or to the malar bone; jugal.
  2. The cheek bone, which forms a part of the lower edge of the orbit.
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Malar

MA'LAR, adjective [Latin mala, the cheek.] Pertaining to the cheek.

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