dicephalous

[dahy-sef-uh-luh s]

Origin of dicephalous

First recorded in 1800–10, dicephalous is from the Greek word diképhalos two-headed. See di-1, -cephalous
Related formsdi·ceph·a·lism, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for dicephalous

dicephalous

adjective
  1. having two heads
Derived Formsdicephalism, noun
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dicephalous in Medicine

dicephalous

[dī-sĕfə-ləs]
adj.
  1. Having two heads.
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