[dwawr-fiz-uh m] /ˈdwɔr fɪz əm/
the condition of being a or .
the condition of being a dwarf
dwarfism dwarf·ism (dwôr’fĭz’əm)
A pathological condition of arrested growth having various causes. Also called nanism.
Abnormally short stature, usually caused by a hereditary disorder.
noun 1. a low, shrubby, Japanese flowering quince, Chaenomeles japonica, of the rose family, having salmon-to-orange flowers and yellow fruit.
noun 1. 1 (def 5). noun 1. a European malvaceous plant, Malva neglecta (or M. rotundifolia), having rounded leaves and small pinkish-white flowers
[dwawrf] /dwɔrf/ noun, plural dwarfs, dwarves. 1. a person of abnormally small stature owing to a pathological condition, especially one suffering from cretinism or some other disease that produces disproportion or deformation of features and limbs. 2. an animal or plant much smaller than the average of its kind or species. 3. (in folklore) a […]
noun 1. an apparently stemless palm, Sabal minor, of the southeastern U.S., having stiff, bluish-green leaves, the leafstalks arising from the ground.