dextrogyre\ˈdekstrōˌjī(ə)r\ less commonly
Definition of dextrogyrate
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Origin and Etymology of dextrogyrate
dextrogyrate from dextr- + gyrate, adjective; dextrogyre International Scientific Vocabulary dextr- + -gyre (from Latin gyrus gyre); dextrogyratory from dextr- + gyratory; dextrogyrous from dextr- + -gyrous (from gyre + -ous)
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