any person afflicted with myopia
“short-sighted person,” 1728, from French myope “short-sighted” (16c.), from Late Latin myop-, from Greek myops “short-sighted” (see myopia).
myope my·ope (mī’ōp’)
One who is affected by myopia.
myopericarditis my·o·per·i·car·di·tis (mī’ō-pěr’ĭ-kär-dī’tĭs) n. Inflammation of the muscular wall of the heart and of the enveloping pericardium.
/maɪˈɒfɪlɪ/ noun 1. pollination of plants by flies
[mahy-oh-pee-uh] /maɪˈoʊ pi ə/ noun 1. Ophthalmology. a condition of the eye in which parallel rays are focused in front of the retina, objects being seen distinctly only when near to the eye; nearsightedness (opposed to ). 2. lack of foresight or discernment; obtuseness. 3. narrow-mindedness; intolerance. /maɪˈəʊpɪə/ noun 1. inability to see distant objects […]
[mahy-op-ik, -oh-pik] /maɪˈɒp ɪk, -ˈoʊ pɪk/ adjective 1. Ophthalmology. pertaining to or having ; nearsighted. 2. unable or unwilling to act prudently; shortsighted. 3. lacking tolerance or understanding; narrow-minded. adj. “short-sighted,” 1800, from myopia + -ic. Figurative use from 1891. Related: Myopical (1748); myopically.