endothermy


en·do·ther·my

noun \ˈen-də-ˌthər-mē\

Definition of ENDOTHERMY

:  physiological generation and regulation of body temperature by metabolic means :  the property or state of being warm-blooded

First Known Use of ENDOTHERMY

1922

Rhymes with ENDOTHERMY

en·do·ther·my

noun \ˈen-də-ˌthər-mē\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural en·do·ther·mies

Medical Definition of ENDOTHERMY

2
: physiological regulation of body temperature by metabolic means; especially : the property or state of being warm-blooded

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