noun, plural fo·ram·i·na [fuh-ram-uh-nuh]. /fəˈræm ə nə/.
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Origin of foramen
OTHER WORDS FROM foramenfo·ram·i·nal [fuh-ram-uh-nl], /fəˈræm ə nl/, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for foramen
It is remarkable that neither of these observers should have noticed the foramen in the testa.
In Eutamias townsendii, however, the infraorbital foramen is rounded as much as in the subgenus Eutamias and in the genus Tamias.Genera and Subgenera of Chipmunks|John A. White
The foramen magnum, occipital condyles, and exoccipitals show no unusual features.
The ductus arteriosus closes up about the same time as the foramen ovale.
This is owing to the foramen ovale being very open and closing slowly.