Definition for CON'DYL-OID

CON'DYL-OID, a. [Gr. κονδυλος, and ειδος, form.]

The condyloid process is the posterior protuberance at the extremities of the under jaw; an oblong rounded head, which is received into the fossa of the temporal bone, forming a movable articulation. The anterior is called the coronoid process. – Encyc.

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