Teeth vs Polyphyodonty - What's the difference?

teeth | polyphyodonty |


As nouns the difference between teeth and polyphyodonty

is that teeth is while polyphyodonty is the condition of having teeth that are continually being lost and replaced.

teeth

English

Noun

(head)
  • (plural only) The ability to be enforced, or to be enforced to any useful effect.
  • Synonyms

    * (plural of "tooth") chompers, pearly whites * (ability to be enforced) enforceability

    Derived terms

    * arm to the teeth * by the skin of one's teeth * cut one's teeth * get one's teeth into / sink one's teeth into * give one's eye-teeth * gnash one's teeth * grit one's teeth * in the teeth of * lie through one's teeth * set one's teeth on edge

    See also

    * toothless English irregular plurals

    polyphyodonty

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The condition of having teeth that are continually being lost and replaced