Bicephalous
Bicephalous \Bi*ceph"a*lous\, a. [Pref. bi- + cephalous: cf. F. bic['e]phale.] Having two heads. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • bicephalous — 1803, a hybrid from BI (Cf. bi ) + Gk. kephale head …   Etymology dictionary

  • bicephalous — [bī΄sə fal′ikbī sef′ə ləs] adj. [ BI 1 + CEPHALOUS] two headed: also bicephalic [bī΄sə fal′ik] …   English World dictionary

  • bicephalous — /buy sef euh leuhs/, adj. Bot., Zool. having two heads. [1795 1805; BI 1 + CEPHALOUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • bicephalous — adjective Having two heads …   Wiktionary

  • bicephalous — bi·ceph·a·lous || ‚baɪ sefÉ™lÉ™s adj. having two heads …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bicephalous — [bʌɪ sɛf(ə)ləs, kɛf ] adjective having two heads. Origin C19: from bi + Gk kephalē head + ous …   English new terms dictionary

  • bicephalous — a. 1. Bicipital, bicipitous, two headed, double headed. 2. (Anat.) Double attached, bicipital, bicipitous, biceps, with two origins …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • bicephalous — bi·cephalous …   English syllables

  • bicephalous — bi•ceph•a•lous [[t]baɪˈsɛf ə ləs[/t]] adj. bot zool. having two heads • Etymology: 1795–1805 …   From formal English to slang

  • bicephalous — /baɪˈsɛfələs/ (say buy sefuhluhs) adjective having two heads. {bi + Greek kephalē head + ous} …   Australian English dictionary

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