albinism definition

  • noun:
    • Congenital lack of any coloration or color in a person, pet, or plant, leading to white locks and green eyes in animals.
    • Congenital lack of any pigmentation or color in one, animal, or plant, leading to white tresses and green eyes in mammals.
    • the health of becoming an albino.
    • The condition of becoming an albino.
    • Congenital lack of melanin pigmentation inside epidermis, eyes, and tresses or feathers (or more seldom just in the eyes); the healthiness of being albino.
    • Congenital lack of melanin pigmentation in the epidermis, eyes, and locks or feathers (or maybe more hardly ever only in eyes); the health of becoming albino.
    • hawaii or condition of being an albino: abinoism; leucopathy.
    • their state or problem of being an albino: abinoism; leucopathy.
    • their state or condition of being an albino; leucopathy; leucism.
    • hawaii or problem of being an albino; leucopathy; leucism.
    • the congenital lack of pigmentation within the eyes and epidermis and hair
    • the congenital absence of coloration within the eyes and epidermis and tresses

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