Lithectomy



lithectomy li·thec·to·my (lĭ-thěk’tə-mē)
n.
See lithotomy.

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    [lahyth] /laɪð/ adjective, lither, lithest. 1. bending readily; pliant; limber; supple; flexible: the lithe body of a ballerina. /laɪð/ adjective 1. flexible or supple adj. Old English liðe “soft, mild, gentle, meek,” from Proto-Germanic *linthja- (cf. Old Saxon lithi “soft, mild, gentle,” Old High German lindi, German lind, Old Norse linr, with characteristic loss of […]

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  • Lither

    [lahyth] /laɪð/ adjective, lither, lithest. 1. bending readily; pliant; limber; supple; flexible: the lithe body of a ballerina. /laɪð/ adjective 1. flexible or supple adj. Old English liðe “soft, mild, gentle, meek,” from Proto-Germanic *linthja- (cf. Old Saxon lithi “soft, mild, gentle,” Old High German lindi, German lind, Old Norse linr, with characteristic loss of […]

  • Lithesome

    [lahyth] /laɪð/ adjective, lither, lithest. 1. bending readily; pliant; limber; supple; flexible: the lithe body of a ballerina. /ˈlaɪðsəm/ adjective 1. a less common word for lissom /laɪð/ adjective 1. flexible or supple adj. 1768, from lithe + -some (1). Related: Lithesomely; lithesomeness. adj. Old English liðe “soft, mild, gentle, meek,” from Proto-Germanic *linthja- (cf. […]



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