dwarf

person or smb much below the usual size 
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Dwarf

Shorter than its normal growth. Each family of plants has a height recommendation for dwarfness.
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dwarf

[adj] - atypically small 2. [n] - a person who is abnormally small
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Dwarf

Dwarf: Someone with dwarfism, which is now more correctly called short stature. People with dwarfism (short stature) also consider themselves little people, as in the Little People of America.
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Dwarf

Dwarf noun ; plural Dwarfs . [ Middle English dwergh , dwerf , dwarf , Anglo-Saxon dweorg , dweorh ; akin to Dutch dwerg , Middle High German twerc , German zwerg , Icelandic dvergr , Swedish & Danish dverg ; of
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Dwarf

Dwarf transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dwarfed ; present participle & verbal noun Dwarfing .] To hinder from growing to the natural size; to make or keep small; to stunt. Addison. « Even the most common moral ide
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Dwarf

Dwarf intransitive verb To become small; to diminish in size. « Strange power of the world that, the moment we enter it, our great conceptions dwarf Beaconsfield.
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dwarf

Pl Dwarfs . [OE. Dwergh, dwerf, dwarf, AS. Dweorg, dweorh; akin to D. Dwerg, MHG. Twerc, G. Zwerg, Icel. Dvergr, Sw. & Dan. Dverg; of unknown origin. ... An animal or plant which is much below the ordinary size of its species or kind; especially, a diminutive human being. ... During the Middle Ages dwarfs as well as fools shared the favor of co
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dwarf

midget noun a person who is markedly small
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dwarf

verb check the growth of; `the lack of sunlight dwarfed these pines`
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dwarf

(dworf) an abnormally undersized person; see also dwarfism. adj., dwarfed, dwar´fish., adj.
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Dwarf

• (v. t.) To hinder from growing to the natural size; to make or keep small; to stunt. • (v. i.) To become small; to diminish in size. • (n.) An animal or plant which is much below the ordinary size of its species or kind; especially, a diminutive human being.
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dwarf

an individual who is much below the ordinary stature or size for his ethnic group or species. (For the physiology of dwarf human beings, see ... [2 related articles]
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dwarf

Type: Term Pronunciation: dwōrf Definitions: 1. An abnormally undersized person with disproportion among the body parts. See: dwarfism
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Dwarf

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, dwarves are a humanoid race, one of the primary races available for play as player characters. Variations from the standard dwarf archetype are commonly called subraces, which include hill dwarves, gray dwarves (duergar), and mountain dwarves. ==Publication history== =
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Dwarf

[Warhammer] In Games Workshop`s Warhammer Fantasy fictional universe, The Dwarfs are a race of short, stout humanoids very similar to the dwarves of Middle-Earth and the roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons. Dwarfs in the Warhammer setting are proud warriors highly driven by honour. ==Homeland== Dwarfs reside mainly in the hills and mountain
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DWARF

DWARF is a widely used, standardized debugging data format. DWARF was originally designed along with Executable and Linkable Format (ELF), although it is independent of object file formats. The name is a medieval fantasy complement to "ELF" that has no official meaning, although the backronym `Debugging With Attributed Record Formats` was late...
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Dwarf

[Middle-earth] In the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Dwarves are a race inhabiting the world of Arda, a fictional prehistoric Earth which includes the continent Middle-earth. They appear in his books The Hobbit (1937), The Lord of the Rings (1954–55), and the posthumously published The Silmarillion (1977), Unfinished Tales (1980), and T
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Dwarf

[Germanic mythology] In Germanic mythology, a dwarf (Old English dweorg, Old Norse dvergr, Old High German zwerc and gitwerc) is a being that dwells in mountains and in the earth, and is associated with wisdom, smithing, mining, and crafting. Dwarfs are also sometimes described as short and ugly, although some scholars have questioned wheth
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dwarf

  1. a person who is abnormally small
  2. a legendary creature resembling a tiny old man; lives in the depths of the earth and guards buried treasure

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Dwarf

A very small person, short in stature, in which there is no expectation of reaching a size in the range for typical people of corresponding race and sex. Narrower term(s): Leri Weil Syndrome Dyschondrosteosis Broader term(s): Dwarfism
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dwarf

smaller in size than the usual member of a species
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