Origin of rostral
Related formsros·tral·ly, adverbpost·ros·tral, adjectivesub·ros·tral, adjective
Examples from the Web for rostral
The other wore a rostral crown upon her head, and kept her eyes fixed upon a compass.The Tatler, Volume 3|Various
This process is known as the tracheal process, or rostral cartilage.Artistic Anatomy of Animals|douard Cuyer
Rostral portion of skull less attenuate than in Tupaia tana.
The lateral depressores of the scuta consist each of about three fasci, and they terminate downwards like the rostral muscles.
There is no little tooth near the rostral angle, and the basi-scutal corner is not hollowed out.