vestibulocochlear nerve

/ (vɛˌstɪbjʊːlə ˈkɒklɪə) /


noun
  1. either one of the eight pairs of cranial nerves that supply the cochlea and semicircular canals of the internal ear and contribute to the sense of hearing: Formerly called: acoustic nerve

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