ditokous

adjective
dit·​o·​kous | \ ˈditəkəs\

Definition of ditokous

1 : producing two eggs or young at a time pigeons are generally ditokous
2 : producing two kinds of young ditokous worms

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History and Etymology for ditokous

Greek ditokos having borne two at one birth, from di- + tokos childbirth, offspring

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