- bicuspid valve,
- bicycle chain,
- bicycle clip,
- bicycle kick
Origin of bicuspid
Examples from the Web for bicuspid
Bicuspid, bī-kus′pid, adj. having two cusps: a pre-molar tooth.
The upper and lower are both cone-shaped, and the superior first bicuspid exhibits tendency thereto.
This grading of form is not observed in passing from the cuspid to the bicuspid in man.
Entry (Mauser), through the mouth, knocking out the left upper canine and bicuspid teeth.Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900|George Henry Makins
The valves of the left side are the most subject—the bicuspid or mitral and the aortic or semilunar.Special Report on Diseases of the Horse|United States Department of Agriculture
1826, "having two parts," from bi- + Latin cuspidem "cusp, point." As a noun, short for bicuspid molar, attested from 1837.