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ocular

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1ocular

adjective oc·u·lar \ˈä-kyə-lər\

: of or relating to the eye

Full Definition of OCULAR

1
a :  done or perceived by the eye <ocular inspection>
b :  based on what has been seen <ocular testimony>
2
a :  of or relating to the eye <ocular muscles>
b :  resembling an eye in form or function

Examples of OCULAR

  1. <recommends regular eye examinations for the early detection of such ocular diseases as glaucoma>

Origin of OCULAR

Late Latin ocularis of eyes, from Latin oculus eye
First Known Use: circa 1575

Related to OCULAR

Other Anatomy Terms

bilateral symmetry, carotid, cartilage, dorsal, entrails, prehensile, renal, solar plexus, supine, thoracic, ventral

Rhymes with OCULAR

2ocular

noun

Definition of OCULAR

:  eyepiece

First Known Use of OCULAR

1835

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