Origin of cochlea
OTHER WORDS FROM cochleacoch·le·ar, adjective
Words nearby cochlea
How to use cochlea in a sentence
Changes in pressure reach your cochlea and skin and become the voices and hugs of loved ones.
The latter is filled with a liquid which conveys the vibrations to a part having a coiled shell-like structure called the Cochlea.Physics|Willis Eugene Tower
A dull bookworm like me,—cochlea vitam agens, Mr. Squills,—leading the life of a snail!The Caxtons, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
To destroy the cochlear nerve, the whole of the cochlea should be removed.