MEANING: noun: The lowest part of the chin.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin, from Greek gnathos (jaw). Ultimately from the Indo-European root genu- (jawbone, chin), which also gave us chin, gnathic, prognathous, and Sanskrit hanu (jaw). Hanuman (literally, having a large jaw) is the name of a monkey god in the Hindu pantheon. Earliest documented use: 1888.

NATHON - maker of famous Coney Island Hot Dogs

GNAT ION - what powers Lightning Bug flashes

GLATHON - what lispers put more when repairing their broken windows