Necropsy



[nek-rop-see] /ˈnɛk rɒp si/

noun, plural necropsies.
1.
the examination of a body after death; autopsy.
verb (used with object), necropsied, necropsying.
2.
to perform a necropsy on.
/ˈnɛkrɒpsɪ/
noun (pl) -sies, -pies
1.
another name for autopsy
n.

“post-mortem examination,” 1839, from necro- + opsis “a sight” (see eye (n.)). As a verb, recorded from 1889.

necropsy nec·rop·sy (něk’rŏp’sē, -rəp-)
n.
See autopsy.

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