One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A form of upper jaw mobility, found in some birds, in which the terminal part of the upper jaw may be raised or lowered independently of the rest of it by the bending of the nasal or premaxillary bones.
1960s. From rhyncho- + kinesis, after rhynchokinetic.
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