Origin of endomorph
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Endomorph, en′do-morf, n. a mineral enclosed within another mineral, the latter being termed a perimorph.
Endomorph, a term applied to crystals of minerals enclosed in those of other minerals.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
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- An individual having a body build characterized by relative prominence of the abdomen and other soft body parts developed from the embryonic endodermal layer.
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