Oc"u*lar (?), a. [L. ocularis, ocularius, fr. oculus the eye: cf.F. oculaire. See Eye, and cf. Antler, Inveigle.]


Depending on, or perceived by, the eye; received by actual sight; personally seeing or having seen; as, ocular proof.


Thomas was an ocular witness of Christ's death. South.

2. Anat.

Of or pertaining to the eye; optic.


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Oc"u*lar, n. Opt.

The eyepiece of an optical instrument, as of a telescope or microscope.


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