pertaining to the tongue and throat
Pertains to noun: ↑tongue, ↑throat

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\\|glä](ˌ)sō, |glȯ]+\ adjective
Etymology: probably from New Latin glossopharyngeus glossopharyngeal (from gloss- + pharyngeus pharyngeal) + English -al — more at pharyngeal
1. : of or relating to both tongue and pharynx
2. : of or relating to the glossopharyngeal nerve

glossopharyngeal lesions

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/glos'oh feuh rin"jee euhl, -jeuhl, -far'in jee"euhl, glaw'soh-/, Anat.
1. of or pertaining to the tongue and pharynx.

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