gynandromorph


gyn·an·dro·morph

noun \ˌgīn-ˈan-drə-ˌmrf, ˌjin-\

Definition of GYNANDROMORPH

:  an abnormal individual exhibiting characters of both sexes in various parts of the body :  a sexual mosaic
gyn·an·dro·mor·phic \(ˌ)gīn-ˌan-drə-ˈmr-fik, (ˌ)jin-\ adjective
gyn·an·dro·mor·phism \-ˌfi-zəm\ noun
gyn·an·dro·mor·phy \ˌgīn-ˈan-drə-ˌmr-fē, ˌjin-\ noun

Origin of GYNANDROMORPH

International Scientific Vocabulary, from Greek gynandros + -morph
First Known Use: circa 1890

Rhymes with GYNANDROMORPH

gyn·an·dro·morph

noun \(ˈ)gīn-ˈan-drə-ˌmrf, (ˈ)jin-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of GYNANDROMORPH

: an abnormal individual exhibiting characters of both sexes in various parts of the body : a sexual mosaic
gyn·an·dro·mor·phic \(ˌ)gīn-ˌan-drə-ˈmr-fik, (ˌ)jin-\ adjective
gyn·an·dro·mor·phism \-ˌfiz-əm\ noun
gyn·an·dro·mor·phy \(ˈ)gīn-ˈan-drə-ˌmr-fē, (ˈ)jin-\ noun, plural gyn·an·dro·mor·phies

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