-didymus

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-didymus

 
word element [Gr.], fetus with duplication of parts; conjoined symmetrical twins.
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-didymus

(did'i-mŭs),
A conjoined twin, with the first element of the complete word designating fused parts.
See also: -dymus, -pagus, conjoined twins.
[G. didymos, twin]
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-didymus

Suffix meaning a conjoined twin, with the first element of the complete word designating fused parts.
See also: -dymus, -pagus
[G. didymos, twin]
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