adjective pyg·mae·an \pig-ˈmē-ən, ˈpig-mē-\

Definition of PYGMAEAN

:  pygmy

Variants of PYGMAEAN

pyg·mae·an or pyg·me·an \pig-ˈmē-ən, ˈpig-mē-\

Origin of PYGMAEAN

Latin pygmaeus
First Known Use: circa 1540


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