metatropic dwarfism met·a·trop·ic dwarfism (mět’ə-trŏp’ĭk, -trō’pĭk)
A congenital skeletal dysplasia in which the development of dwarfism changes with time; at birth the trunk lengthens relative to the limbs but later it begins to shorten.
/ˈmɛtəˌvɜːs/ noun 1. a 3D virtual world, esp in an online role-playing game 2. the universe as portrayed in a given work of fiction noun a computer-generated interactive environment; virtual world Examples In the Metaverse, humans, as avatars, interact with each other and software agents, in a three-dimensional space that uses the metaphor of the […]
language An innovative Lisp dialect by E. St.James of IBP, France. (2000-12-19)
noun a word describing another word; by extension, a word in a computer program that means something other than its literal meaning, esp. that is part of the programming language
noun a sweet blend of Greek brandy and Muscat wine Examples Metaxa comes in five major varieties Three Stars, Five Stars, Seven Stars, Twelve Stars and the Grand Reserve – the numbers referring to maturing years. Word Origin proprietary name, 1938, created by S. Metaxas Usage Note cooking