bicuspid vs premolar what difference

what is difference between bicuspid and premolar

English

Etymology

bi- +‎ cuspid

Adjective

bicuspid (not comparable)

  1. Having two points or prominences; ending in two points; said of teeth, leaves, fruit, etc.

Noun

bicuspid (plural bicuspids)

  1. A tooth with two cusps; a premolar tooth.

Synonyms

  • (a tooth): premolar

Translations


Romanian

Etymology

From French bicuspide

Adjective

bicuspid m or n (feminine singular bicuspidă, masculine plural bicuspizi, feminine and neuter plural bicuspide)

  1. bicuspid

Declension



English

Etymology

pre- +‎ molar

Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -əʊlə(r)

Noun

premolar (plural premolars)

  1. A tooth situated in front of the molar teeth; especially a tooth in humans with two cusps which is between the canines and the molars (Latin: singular dens premolaris, plural dentes premolares)
    • 1980, Anthony Burgess, Earthly Powers:
      He opened and let out a hogo of medicinal rum and beer. The bad tooth was a premolar.

Synonyms

  • (a tooth): bicuspid

Translations

Adjective

premolar (not comparable)

  1. Before a molar tooth, either in physical position or in its time of development; deciduous.

Anagrams

  • premoral

Norwegian Bokmål

Noun

premolar m (definite singular premolaren, indefinite plural premolarer, definite plural premolarene)

  1. premolar

Norwegian Nynorsk

Noun

premolar m (definite singular premolaren, indefinite plural premolarar, definite plural premolarane)

  1. premolar

Romanian

Etymology

From French prémolaire.

Noun

premolar m (plural premolari)

  1. premolar

Declension


Spanish

Adjective

premolar (plural premolares)

  1. premolar

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