Origin of olivary
OTHER WORDS FROM olivaryin·ter·ol·i·var·y, adjectivepost·ol·i·var·y, adjective
Words nearby olivary
How to use olivary in a sentence
Semi-solids, like eyebrow pigment and eye ointments, were applied on olivary-pointed probes.
It consists of a long shaft with an olivary point at one end and a spatula at the other.
It consists of a small narrow scoop at one end and a simple probe without olivary enlargement at the other.
A slender sound with slight olivary enlargement at either end is very frequently mentioned under the name by Galen.
It consists of a handle with an olivary point at one end, and at the other a plate with transverse ridges.