gyrose


gyrose
\\ˈjīˌrōs\ adjective
Etymology: gyre (II) + -ose
: marked with wavy lines : undulate, sinuate

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Gyrose — Gy*rose (j[ i]*r[=o]s or j[imac] r[=o]s), a. [See {Gyre}.] (Bot.) Turned round like a crook, or bent to and fro. Loudon. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gyrose — [jī′rōs΄] adj. [< GYRE + OSE2] Bot. marked with wavy lines or convolutions …   English World dictionary

  • gyrose — /juy rohs/, adj. marked with wavy lines. [1830 40; GYR + OSE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • gyrose — Marked by irregular curved lines like the surface of a cerebral hemisphere. [G. gyros, circle] * * * gy·rose jī .rōs adj marked with wavy lines: UNDULATE * * * gy·rose (jiґrōs) marked by curved lines or circles …   Medical dictionary

  • gyrose — adj. wavy, wiggly; bent, kinked …   English contemporary dictionary

  • gyrose — gy·rose …   English syllables

  • gyrose — /ˈdʒaɪroʊz/ (say juyrohz) adjective marked with wavy lines. {gyr(e) + ose1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • gyrous — gy·rous (jiґrəs) gyrose …   Medical dictionary


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