tomium

noun
to·​mi·​um | \ˈtōmēəm\
plural tomia\-​ēə \

Definition of tomium 

: the cutting edge of the bill of a bird

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History and Etymology for tomium

New Latin, from Greek tomos cutting, sharp + New Latin -ium

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