What do the geniohyoid hyoglossus and stylohyoid have in common?

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All act on the tongue.
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( jē'nē-ō-hī'oid' ) n. A muscle with origin in the mandible, with insertion to the hyoid bone, with nerve supply from the first and second cervical nerve, and
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d. each acts synergistically to elevate the jaw.
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one of the suprahyoid muscles of the neck; origin, mental spine of mandible; insertion, body of hyoid bone; action, draws hyoid forward, or depresses jaw when hyoid is fixed; nerve
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The word geniohyoid is a noun that refers to a narrow muscle situated over the central border of the mylohyoid muscle. This muscle arises from the inferior mental ...
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