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hyaloid

[hahy-uh-loid] /ˈhaɪ əˌlɔɪd/
noun
adjective
2.
glassy; hyaline.
Origin of hyaloid
1660-1670
First recorded in 1660-70, hyaloid is from the Greek word hyaloeidḗs like glass. See hyal-, -oid
Related forms
subhyaloid, adjective
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hyaloid

/ˈhaɪəˌlɔɪd/
adjective
1.
(anatomy, zoology) clear and transparent; glassy; hyaline
Word Origin
C19: from Greek hualoeidēs
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hyaloid in Medicine

hyaloid hy·a·loid (hī'ə-loid')
adj.
Glassy or transparent in appearance; hyaline.

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