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ranine

 [ra´nīn]
1. pertaining to a frog.
2. ranular.

ra·nine

(rā'nīn),
1. Relating to the frog.
2. Relating to the undersurface of the tongue.
[L. rana, a frog]

ranine

/ra·nine/ (ra´nīn)
1. pertaining to a frog.
2. ranular.

ra·nine

(rā'nīn)
1. Relating to the frog.
2. Relating to the undersurface of the tongue.

ra·nine

(rā'nīn)
Relating to the undersurface of the tongue.

ranine

pertaining to (1) a frog; (2) a ranula, or to the lower surface of the tongue; (3) the sublingual vein.
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