stomodeum definition by American Heritage Dictionary
also sto·mo·dae·umnoun pl. sto·mo·de·a also sto·mo·dae·a
Origin: New Latin : Greek stoma, mouth + Greek hodaios, on the way (from hodos, road).
- stoˌmo·deˈal adjective
stomodeum - Medical Definition
- stomodeal adjective
Variant of stomodaeum
Origin: Modern Latin ; from Classical Greek stoma, mouth (see stoma) plush hodios, on the way ; from hodos, way, road ; from Indo-European an unverified form sed-, to go ; from base an unverified form sed-, sit