hypoderma

[ hahy-puh-dur-muh ]
/ ˌhaɪ pəˈdɜr mə /
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noun Botany, Zoology.


Nearby words

  1. hypocupremia,
  2. hypocycloid,
  3. hypocythemia,
  4. hypodactyly,
  5. hypoderm,
  6. hypodermatosis,
  7. hypodermic,
  8. hypodermic injection,
  9. hypodermic needle,
  10. hypodermic syringe

Origin of hypoderma

First recorded in 1820–30; hypo- + -derma

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Medicine definitions for hypoderma

Hypoderma

[ hī′pə-dûrmə ]

n.

A genus of botflies whose larvae cause a creeping eruption in humans.

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