Coffin-Siris syndrome Cof·fin-Sir·is syndrome (kŏfĭn-sĭr’ĭs)
An inherited syndrome that in males causes mental retardation with wide bulbous nose and low nasal bridge, moderate hirsutism, and digital anomalies with nail hypoplasia. In females the syndrome may cause digital abnormalities and mild mental retardation. Also called Coffin-Lowry syndrome.
[kaw-fuh l, kof-uh l] /ˈkɔ fəl, ˈkɒf əl/ noun 1. a line of animals, prisoners, or slaves chained and driven along together. verb (used with object), coffled, coffling. 2. to chain in a coffle. /ˈkɒfəl/ noun 1. (esp formerly) a line of slaves, beasts, etc, fastened together
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[koh-fahyn-l] /koʊˈfaɪn l/ adjective, Mathematics. 1. of or relating to a subset of a set with a partial order relation, as “greater than” or “equal to,” in which corresponding to each element in the set is an element in the subset that is in relation to the given element.
[koh-found] /koʊˈfaʊnd/ verb (used with object) 1. to establish (an organization) with another or others.