perlingual

per·lin·gual

(per-ling'gwăl),
Through or by way of the tongue, denoting a method of medication.
[L. per, through, + lingua, tongue]

perlingual

[pərling′gwəl]
Etymology: L, per + lingua, tongue
pertaining to the administration of drugs through the tongue, which absorbs substances through its surface. See also sublingual administration of a medication.

perlingual

(pĕr-lĭng′gwăl) [L. per, through, + lingua, tongue]
By way of the tongue; a method of administering medicines.

per·lin·gual

(per-ling'gwăl)
Through or by way of tongue, denoting method of medication.
[L. per, through, + lingua, tongue]
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This year they spelled whippoorwill (a nocturnal bird), whorlywort (a perennial herb), perlingual (by way of the tongue) and phyllophagous (feeding on leaves) correctly to get to the final round.