presbyope

noun
pres·​by·​ope | \ˈprez-bē-ˌōp; ˈpres-bē-, -pē-\

Definition of presbyope 

: one affected with presbyopia

First Known Use of presbyope

1746, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for presbyope

probably from French, from New Latin presbyopia

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presbyope

noun
pres·​by·​ope | \ˈprez-bē-ˌōp, ˈpres-bē- \

Medical Definition of presbyope 

: one affected with presbyopia

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