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al·bi·no

 (ăl-bī′nō)
n. pl. al·bi·nos
An individual with albinism.

[Ultimately (perhaps via Portuguese) from Spanish, from albo, white, from Latin albus; see albho- in Indo-European roots.]

al·bi′no adj.

albino

(ælˈbiːnəʊ)
n, pl -nos
1. (Pathology) a person with congenital absence of pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair
2. (Biology) any animal or plant that is deficient in pigment
[C18: via Portuguese from Spanish, from albo white, from Latin albus]
albinic, ˌalbinˈistic adj
albinism n
albinotic adj

al•bi•no

(ælˈbaɪ noʊ; esp. Brit. -ˈbi-)

n., pl. -nos.
1. a person with pale skin, white hair, pinkish eyes, and visual abnormalities resulting from a hereditary inability to produce the pigment melanin.
2. an animal or plant with a marked deficiency in pigmentation.
[1770–80; < Portuguese, =alb(o) white (< Latin albus) + -ino -ine2]
al•bin′ic (-ˈbɪn ɪk) al•bi•nal (ˈæl bə nl) adj.

al·bi·no

(ăl-bī′nō)
A person or animal born without normal coloring as a result of an inherited inability to produce melanin. Mammals that are albinos have white hair, pale skin, and usually pinkish eyes.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.albino - a person with congenital albinism: white hair and milky skin; eyes are usually pink
unusual person, anomaly - a person who is unusual
Translations
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albino

[ælˈbiːnəʊ]
A. ADJalbino
B. Nalbino/a m/f

albino

[ælˈbiːnəʊ]
n (= person, animal) → albinos mf
adj [person, animal] → albinos inv

albino

nAlbino m
adjAlbino-; albino rabbitAlbinokaninchen nt

albino

[ælˈbiːnəʊ] adj & nalbino/a

al·bi·no

n. albino-a, persona afectada por albinismo.

albino

adj albino; n (pl -nos) albino -na mf
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