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Re: definitions, please.



Well, edentulous means toothless, so I would assume
that 
edentulitis is toothlessness.



--- Caleb Lewis <terminator2029@usa.net> wrote:
>    I was just looking at a paper (Osborn, Henry
> Fairfield.  ?Three New
> Therapoda Protoceratops Zone, Central Mongolia?. 
> American Museum Novitates. Number 144. November 7,
> 1924.) and came across two
> words that I can't find in any dictionaries that
> I've looked in. The words
> are: edentuluitis and edentulous. Thank for the
> help!
> 
> 
>                                                 
> Thank you,
>                                                 
> Caleb Lewis 
> 
>
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