tomium

[ toh-mee-uhm ]
/ ˈtoʊ mi əm /

noun, plural to·mi·a [toh-mee-uh]. /ˈtoʊ mi ə/.

the cutting edge of a bird's bill.

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Origin of tomium

1825–35; <New Latin, equivalent to Greek tóm(os) a cutting (see tome) + New Latin -ium-ium

OTHER WORDS FROM tomium

to·mi·al, adjective
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