Christchurch chromosome Christ·church chromosome (krīst’chûrch’)
An abnormal small acrocentric chromosome with complete or almost complete deletion of the short arm; it is found in the white blood cells in some cases of chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
[kris-kraws, -kros] /ˈkrɪsˌkrɔs, -ˌkrɒs/ noun 1. the figure or mark of a cross. /ˈkrɪsˌkrɒs/ noun (archaic) 1. 2. a cross used in place of a signature by someone unable to sign his name
[kris-kraws-roh, -kros-] /ˈkrɪsˌkrɔsˈroʊ, -ˌkrɒs-/ noun 1. the alphabet.
[kris-uh n] /ˈkrɪs ən/ verb (used with object) 1. to receive into the Christian church by baptism; baptize. 2. to give a name to at baptism: They christened her Mary. 3. to name and dedicate: to christen a ship. 4. to make use of for the first time. /ˈkrɪsən/ verb (transitive) 1. to give a […]
[kris-uh n-duh m] /ˈkrɪs ən dəm/ noun 1. collectively. 2. the world. 3. . /ˈkrɪsəndəm/ noun 1. the collective body of Christians throughout the world or throughout history 2. an obsolete word for Christianity n. Old English cristendom “Christianity, state of being a Christian,” from cristen (see Christian) + -dom, suffix of condition or quality. […]