Æ'gilops. n.s. [αἴγιλωψ, Gr. signifying goat-eyed, the goat being subject to this ailment.]
A tumour or swelling in the great corner of the eye, by the root of the nose, either with or without an inflammation: also a plant so called, for its supposed virtues against such a distemper. Quincy.
Ægilops is a tubercle in the inner canthus of the eye. Wiseman's Surgery.