noun, plural gla·bel·lae [gluh-bel-ee] /gləˈbɛl i/. Anatomy.
Origin of glabella
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.
noun plural -lae (-liː)
Word Origin 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).