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gynandromorph

[ ji-nan-druh-mawrf, gahy-, jahy- ]
/ dʒɪˈnæn drəˌmɔrf, gaɪ-, dʒaɪ- /
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noun Biology.
an organism exhibiting morphological characteristics of both sexes.
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Origin of gynandromorph

First recorded in 1895–1900; from Greek gýnandro(s) (see gynandrous) + -morph

OTHER WORDS FROM gynandromorph

gy·nan·dro·mor·phic, gy·nan·dro·mor·phous, adjectivegy·nan·dro·morph·ism, gy·nan·dro·mor·phy, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for gynandromorph

gynandromorph
/ (dʒɪˈnændrəʊˌmɔːf, ɡaɪ-, dʒaɪ-) /

noun
an organism, esp an insect, that has both male and female physical characteristicsCompare hermaphrodite (def. 1)

Derived forms of gynandromorph

gynandromorphic or gynandromorphous, adjectivegynandromorphism or gynandromorphy, noun
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