or gy·nan·drism

[ji-nan-dree, gahy-, jahy-]

Origin of gynandry

< Greek gýnandr(os) (see gynandrous) + -y3 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

gynandrism in Medicine


[gī-năndrĭz′əm, jĭ-]
  1. A developmental abnormality characterized by hypertrophy of the clitoris and union of the labia majora, simulating in appearance the penis and scrotum.
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