Origin of buccal
Examples from the Web for buccal
Historical Examples of buccal
The form and development of the buccal pieces are also very various.The Ocean World:
On each side of the ring-plane four pairs of large irregular, annular holes; the fourth (inferior or buccal) pair is the longest.
Balbiani describes the buccal cavity as containing a protractile stylet.Parasites
T. Spencer Cobbold
The ulcers, gingival and buccal, bleed easily when disturbed.
The organisation of their buccal apparatus does not allow of this.The Insect World
Word Origin for buccal
"pertaining to the cheek," 1831, from Latin bucca "cheek," especially when puffed out (later "mouth"); see bouche.