noun, plural coch·le·ae [kok-lee-ee, -lee-ahy, koh-klee-ee, ‐klee-ahy] /ˈkɒk liˌi, -liˌaɪ, ˈkoʊ kliˌi, ‐kliˌaɪ/, coch·le·as. Anatomy.
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Origin of cochlea
OTHER WORDS FROM cochleacoch·le·ar, adjective
Words nearby cochlea
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If you're born deaf, the debate about cochlear implants, children and deaf cultural rights will touch your life in some way.
To destroy the cochlear nerve, the whole of the cochlea should be removed.
These fibres of the trapezium come from the cochlear nucleus of the auditory nerve, and run up as the lateral fillet.