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See night blindness.
[Late Latin nyctalōpia, from Greek nuktalōps, night-blind : nux, nukt-, night; see nekw-t- in Indo-European roots + alaos, blind + ōps, ōp-, eye; see okw- in Indo-European roots.]
nyc′ta·lo′pic (-lō′pĭk, -lŏp′ĭk) adj.
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(Pathology) inability to see normally in dim light. Nontechnical name: night blindness Compare hemeralopia
[C17: via Late Latin from Greek nuktálōps, from nux night + alaos blind + ōps eye]
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a condition in which vision is normal in daylight but abnormally poor in dim light.
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a condition of the eyes in which the sufferer can see clearly during the day or in bright light but has impaired vision at night or in poor light; night blindness.See also: Eyes
night-blindness.See also: Night
the loss of sight in darkness. — nyctalopic, adj.See also: Blindness
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(night blindness) The inability to see well in dim light.
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|Noun||1.||nyctalopia - inability to see clearly in dim light; due to a deficiency of vitamin A or to a retinal disorder|
avitaminosis, hypovitaminosis - any of several diseases caused by deficiency of one or more vitamins
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n. nictalopía, visión imperfecta bajo iluminación baja.
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