polyleptic pol·y·lep·tic (pŏl’ē-lěp’tĭk)
Occurring in many paroxysms, as malaria or epilepsy.
[pol-ee-ling-gwuh l] /ˌpɒl iˈlɪŋ gwəl/ adjective 1. pertaining to, expressed in, or using several languages; multilingual.
programming A property of a data-object that can exist in many shapes and sizes, but not simultaneously; which distinguishes it from a union. It is often implemented as a set of classes (or structs) derived from a common base class (or with a common header, as in the case of structs), typically without any methods. […]
polymastia pol·y·mas·ti·a (pŏl’ē-mās’tē-ə) n. A condition in which more than two breasts are present. Also called hypermastia, pleomastia.
[pol-ee-math] /ˈpɒl iˌmæθ/ noun 1. a person of great learning in several fields of study; polyhistor. /ˈpɒlɪˌmæθ/ noun 1. a person of great and varied learning n. 1620s, from Greek polymathes “having learned much, knowing much,” from polys “much” (see poly-) + root of manthanein “to learn” (see mathematic).