harelipped


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hare·lip

 (hâr′lĭp′)
n.
Often Offensive Cleft lip.

hare′lipped′ adj.
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Translations

harelipped

[ˌhɛəˈlɪpt] ADJde labio leporino, labihendido
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harelipped

a. labihendido-a, rel. al labio leporino.
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