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earphone the part of a telephone, radio set, music player or the like that fits over or into the ear for receiving sound.
earplug a rubber or plastic plug that fits into the ear opening to deaden sound or keep out water.
ear shell the ear-shaped shell of the abalone.
earwax the waxy brownish yellow substance produced in the passage of the outer ear; cerumen.
euphonious characterized by euphony; pleasing to the ear.
Eustachian tube a passage connecting the middle ear with the throat; auditory canal.
face the part of the head that extends from the forehead to the chin and from ear to ear. [1/11 definitions]
fenestration an opening in a structure, esp. a surgical opening made in the ear labyrinth to restore hearing. [1/2 definitions]
husk a usu. dry outer covering of some seeds and fruits, esp. of an ear of corn. [1/3 definitions]
incus the small middle bone of the mammalian middle ear, shaped like an anvil.
inner ear the part of the ear inside the skull, which includes the vestibule, the cochlea, and the semicircular canals, and plays a role in hearing and in maintaining balance.
labyrinth the internal ear or its structures. [1/3 definitions]
labyrinthitis an inflammation of the inner ear, often affecting the sense of balance.
lobe a rounded projection, such as that at the base of the ear. [1/2 definitions]
malleus the outermost and largest of the three small bones in the middle ear of mammals.
mastoid of or pertaining to the lower portion of the bone behind the ear in humans and other vertebrates. [2/3 definitions]
mealie in South Africa, corn or maize, or an ear of such.
meatus a passage or duct within the body, or the external opening of such a passage, as of the ear or urethra.
middle ear the central part of the ear, consisting of the eardrum or tympanic membrane and a cavity containing three small bones.
nubbin a small, stunted ear of corn, piece of fruit, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
ossicle a small bone, esp. one of the three in the tympanic cavity of the ear.