prelabial

adjective
pre·labial | \"+\

Definition of prelabial 

1 : situated before the lips or a labium

2 [ New Latin prelabium + English -al ] : of or relating to a prelabium

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History and Etymology for prelabial

pre- + Latin labium lip (or New Latin labium) + English -al

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