noun, plural gla·bel·lae [gluh-bel-ee] /gləˈbɛl i/. Anatomy.
Origin of glabella
Definition for glabella (2 of 2)
noun, plural gla·bel·la [gluh-bel-uh] /gləˈbɛl ə/.
Examples from the Web for glabella
Some of the men are tattooed with a blue dot on the glabella, or vertical mid-frontal line.
It is like the protaspis of Olenellus in having large eyes on the dorsal surface and a narrow brim in front of the glabella.
Although the two common species of Woodsia were near at hand, Woodsia glabella was still eluding my search.How to Know the Ferns|Frances Theodora Parsons
The glabella is about one third the total width, nearly parallel-sided, somewhat pointed at the front.
An oval, cream-coloured spot with red centre, an inch in greatest length, over the glabella.
British Dictionary definitions for glabella
noun plural -lae (-liː)
Word Origin for glabella
Word Origin and History for glabella
"space between the eyebrows," 1590s, Modern Latin, properly fem. of adj. glabellus "without hair, smooth," diminutive of glaber "smooth, bald," from PIE *gladh- "smooth" (see glad).