Origin of vomer
OTHER WORDS FROM vomervo·mer·ine [voh-muh-rahyn, -mer-in, vom-uh-rahyn, -er-in], /ˈvoʊ məˌraɪn, -mər ɪn, ˈvɒm əˌraɪn, -ər ɪn/, adjective
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How to use vomer in a sentence
The premaxillaries, vomer, and nasals do not belong to the cranial scheme; they are covering bones connected with the ethmoid.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
The oblique division into vomer in front and pterygoid bone behind is shown by Goldfuss in his original figure of Scaphognathus.Dragons of the Air|H. G. Seeley
The vomer is an unpaired bone lying immediately in front of the parasphenoid.
Resting on the ventral surface are a vomer and a very large parasphenoid (fig. 18, 3).
The length of the secondary palate is remarkably great, and the vomer takes no part in its formation.