from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An ear-stone; an otolith; a hard concretion in the cavity of the labyrinth of the ear, as in the cod and many other fishes: not to be confounded with any of the bones proper of the ear.
  • n. An ear-bone proper; an otic or periotic bone.


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