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canthus

noun can·thus \ˈkan(t)-thəs\
plural can·thi \ˈkan-ˌthī, -ˌthē\

Definition of CANTHUS

:  either of the angles formed by the meeting of an eye's upper and lower eyelids

Origin of CANTHUS

Late Latin, from Greek kanthos — more at cant
First Known Use: 1646

canthus

noun can·thus \ˈkan(t)-thəs\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural can·thi \ˈkan-ˌthī, -ˌthē\

Medical Definition of CANTHUS

:  either of the angles formed by the meeting of the upper and lower eyelids

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