eurysome

adjective eu·ry·some \ˈyu̇rəˌsōm\
variants: less commonly

eurysomatic

\¦yu̇rəsō¦matik\ or

eurysomic

\-¦sōmik\

Definition of eurysome

anthropology

  1. :  having a broad thickset body build —opposed to leptosome

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Origin and Etymology of eurysome

eurysome International Scientific Vocabulary eury- + -some; eurysomatic probably alteration (influenced by somatic) of eurysome; eurysomic probably from eurysome + -ic


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