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 (mĕz′ə-môr′fĭk, mĕs′-)
1. also mes·o·mor·phous (-môr′fəs) Of, relating to, or existing in a state of matter intermediate between liquid and crystal.
2. Of or relating to a mesomorph.

mes′o·mor′phism, mes′o·mor′phy n.


the condition or state of being a mesomorph, i.e., having an athletic body structure. — mesomorphic, adj.
See also: Body, Human
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Noun1.mesomorphy - muscular and big-bonedmesomorphy - muscular and big-boned    
body type, somatotype - a category of physique
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The greater mesomorphy of team handball players may be related to the fact that among the three sports, team handball has the most body contact and the highest number of physical collisions (Bayios et al.
Some readers may remember his somatotypes, with ratings on the three dimensions of ectomorphy, mesomorphy, and endomorphy.