megalophthalmus meg·a·loph·thal·mus (měg’ə-lŏf-thāl’məs)
A developmental anomaly in which the eyes grow to an abnormally large size. Also called macrophthalmia, megophthalmus.
[muh-krop-see-uh] /məˈkrɒp si ə/ noun, Ophthalmology. 1. a defect of vision in which objects appear to be larger than their actual size. [meg-uh-lop-see-uh] /ˌmɛg əˈlɒp si ə/ noun, Ophthalmology. 1. . /məˈkrɒpsɪə/ noun 1. the condition of seeing everything in the field of view as larger than it really is, which can occur in diseases […]
megalopodia meg·a·lo·po·di·a (měg’ə-lō-pō’dē-ə) n. See macropodia.
[meg-uh-lop-uh-lis] /ˌmɛg əˈlɒp ə lɪs/ noun 1. a very large city. 2. an urban region, especially one consisting of several large cities and suburbs that adjoin each other. /ˌmɛɡəˈlɒpəlɪs/ noun 1. an urban complex, usually comprising several large towns n. 1832, from comb. form of Greek megas (genitive megalou) “great” (see mickle) + polis “city” […]
[meg-uh-loh-pol-i-tn] /ˌmɛg ə loʊˈpɒl ɪ tn/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of a megalopolis. noun 2. an inhabitant of a megalopolis.