glossopalatine etymology

English word glossopalatine comes from English palatine, English glosso- (Gloss- + -o-.)

Detailed word origin of glossopalatine

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
palatine English (eng) (anatomy) One of a pair of bones behind the palate. A Roman or Byzantine official.. A Roman soldier.. A feudal lord (a count palatine or Pfalzgraf) or a bishop possessing palatine powers.. A resident of a palatinate.. The highest dignitary in the former Kingdom of Hungary after the king. Of or relating to a palatine bone.. Of or relating to the palate Of or relating to a palace, particularly [...]
glosso- English (eng) Gloss- + -o-.
glossopalatine English (eng) Palatoglossal.

Words with the same origin as glossopalatine

Descendants of palatine
palatinate palatinate blue
Descendants of glosso-
glossalgia glossitis glossocele glossodynia glossoepiglottic glossograph glossographer glossokinetic glossolalic glossonym glossopharyngeal glossopharynx glossophile glossophilia glossophobia glossoplegia glossopoeia glossotomy