from The Century Dictionary.
- In entomology, having both male and female characters: applied to certain rare individuals among insects which by their forms and markings are apparently female in one part of the body and male in another.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Zoöl.) Affected with gynandromorphism.
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- adjective Alternative form of
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- adjective having both male and female morphological characteristics
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About one in every 10,000 chickens is gynandromorphous, to use the technical term.
There is news in the scientific community today that the scientists have solved the mystery of gynandromorphous (half-male and half-female) chickens.
Cider pianette metacomplete meltable varicosity encephalitic gynandromorphous.