eunuchoid

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eunuchoid

 [u´nŭ-koid]
1. resembling a eunuch.
2. a person who resembles a eunuch.

eu·nuch·oid

(yū'nŭ-koyd),
Resembling, or having the general characteristics of, a eunuch; usually indicating the physical habitus of a male in whom hypogonadism occurred before puberty.
[G. eunouchos, eunuch, + eidos, resembling]

eunuchoid

adjective Like a eunuch (see there).

eunuchoid

adjective Like a eunuch, see there.

eu·nuch·oid

(yū'nŭ-koyd)
Resembling, or having the general characteristics of, a eunuch; usually indicating the physical habitus of a male in whom hypogonadism occurred before puberty.
[G. eunouchos, eunuch, + eidos, resembling]

eunuchoid

an animal which resembles a human eunuch. Said of an entire male which appears to lack characteristics indicating male virility including aggressive posturing and vocalizing, large, heavy-featured head, dished face with heavy brows, shaggy forelock, heavy shoulders with a finer boned hindquarter. High serving capacity is also a good recommendation.
Males with the chromosome anomaly XXY, the classical aneuploidy, are usually eunuchoid and scrotal formation may be defective.

eunuchoid syndrome
a state of decreased aggression, disinterest, and loss of stamina in working dogs after ovariectomy.