One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A point in the forehead at the middle of an imaginary line joining the upper margins of the orbits of the eyes.
Late 19th century. From French ophryon from ancient Greek ὀϕρύς eyebrow + -ον, neuter singular ending, perhaps after French dacryon.
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