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thelytokous

[ thi-lit-uh-kuhs ]
/ θɪˈlɪt ə kəs /
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adjective
pertaining to or produced by thelytoky.
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Also thel·y·ot·o·kous [thel-ee-ot-uh-kuhs]. /ˌθɛl iˈɒt ə kəs/.

Origin of thelytokous

From the Greek word thēlytókos, dating back to 1875–80. See thelytoky, -ous
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