- palpebral artery,
- palpebral fissure,
- palpebronasal fold,
noun, plural pal·pi [pal-pahy] /ˈpæl paɪ/.
Origin of palpus
Examples from the Web for palpi
Male of Ibla Cumingii; labrum and palpi, as seen with the eye on a level with the summit of the mouth.
Palpi, oval, outer and inner margins nearly alike, thickly clothed with spines.
Palpi short, stout, obtuse, obliquely ascending; third joint very small.
Palpi validi, breves obtusi, oblique ascendentes; articulus tertius minimus.
The labium and maxillæ are like those of Clubiona and the palpi very slender.The Common Spiders of the United States|James Henry Emerton