- ocular vertigo,
- ocular vesicle,
- oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia,
- oculocerebrorenal syndrome,
- oculodentodigital dysplasia
Origin of oculist
Examples from the Web for oculist
In the find of the oculist Severus is a bronze dish which Deneffe regards as a mortar.
He has been at Wiesbaden with an oculist; he only returned a week ago.The Four Feathers|A. E. W. Mason
The needle handles from the find of the oculist Severus are well adapted for this work, but are dealt with elsewhere (p. 69).
The oculist from whom you obtained your lenses will tell you their magnifying power.
If its owner had half that amount of dust in his eye he would be off to an oculist as fast as ever his feet would carry him.Christopher and the Clockmakers|Sara Ware Bassett
Word Origin for oculist
"eye doctor," 1610s, from French oculiste (16c.), from Latin oculus "an eye" (see eye (n.)).