derm

  • 1 -derm — [See {Derm}, n.] A suffix or terminal formative, much used in anatomical terms, and signifying skin, integument, covering; as, blastoderm, ectoderm, etc. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 Derm — Derm, n. [Gr. de rma, atos, skin, fr. ? to skin, flay: cf. F. derme. See {Tear}, v. t.] 1. The integument of animal; the skin. [1913 Webster] 2. (Anat.) See {Dermis}. [1913 Webster] || …

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  • 3 derm... — derm..., Derm... vgl. ↑dermato..., Dermato …

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  • 4 Derm — est une série de bande dessinée française. Scénario : Éric Stoffel, Yann Valeani Dessins : Yann Valeani Couleurs : Marie Lefebvre Albums Tome 1 : Ali Tatoo (2005) Publication Éditeurs Delcourt (Collection Neopolis) : Tome …

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  • 5 derm- — elem. compos. V. dermo . * * * altderm , dermat , dermato , dermo /alt ► Prefijos procedentes del gr. dérma, dérmatos, piel …

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  • 6 -derm- — (var. «dermat , dermato , dermis , dermo ») Elemento prefijo o sufijo del gr. «dérma, atos», piel: ‘epidermis’ …

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  • 7 derm — s.n. v. dermă. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN  DERM1 v. dermato . Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN  DERM2 Element secund de compunere savantă, cu semnificaţia (referitor la) piele , de piele . [< fr. derme, cf …

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  • 8 ...derm — …derm 1. 〈Nachsilbe; zur Bildung sächl. Subst.〉 Haut, …haut, …häute 2. Keimblatt [Etym.: <grch. derma »Haut«] …

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  • 9 -derm — element meaning skin, from Gk. derma skin, hide, leather (see DERMA (Cf. derma)) …

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  • 10 derm — 1835, from Gk. derma skin, hide, leather (see DERMA (Cf. derma)) …

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  • 11 -derm — derm, derma, dermatski, dermičan, dermički, dermija DEFINICIJA kao drugi dio riječi znači koža, kora, kožni [jododerma; hipodermičan] ETIMOLOGIJA grč. dermos; dérma: koža …

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  • 12 derm- — derma , dermato , dermo DEFINICIJA kao prvi dio riječi znači da je drugi dio u vezi s kožom [dermatologija; dermopatija] ETIMOLOGIJA grč. dermo , dermato ; dérma: koža …

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  • 13 derm- — elem. compos. ☛ V. dermo …

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  • 14 -derm — [dʉrm] [see DERMA1] combining form skin or covering [blastoderm, endoderm] …

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  • 15 derm- — [dʉrm] combining form DERMATO : used before a vowel …

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  • 16 derm — dia·derm; echi·no·derm; ec·to·derm; en·do·derm; en·ter·o·derm; en·to·derm; ep·i·derm; ex·o·derm; hy·po·derm; leu·co·derm; melano·derm; meso·derm; os·te·o·derm; pachy·derm; peri·derm; phaeo·derm; phel·lo·derm; podo·derm; pro·to·derm; pseu·do·derm; …

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  • 17 derm- — dermato , derm(o) ♦ Éléments, du gr. derma, dermatos « peau ». dermato , derme, derm(o) . éléments, tirés du gr. derma, dermatos, peau . derm(o) V. dermato . ⇒DERM , DERMA , DERMATO , DERMO , élément préf …

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  • 18 derm — Dermis Der mis, n. [NL. See {Derm}.] (Anat.) The deep sensitive layer of the skin beneath the scarfskin or epidermis; called also {true skin}, {derm}, {derma}, {corium}, {cutis}, and {enderon}. See {Skin}, and Illust. in Appendix. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 19 derm- — or derma or dermo combining form Etymology: New Latin, from Greek derm , dermo , from derma, from derein to skin more at tear skin < dermal > …

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  • 20 Derm — dermatitis; dermatological, dermatologist, dermatology; dermatome * * * derm abbr dermatologist; dermatology …

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