Midget

Midget (from midge, a sand fly) is a term for a person of unusually short stature that is widely considered pejorative. While not a medical term, it has been applied to persons of unusually short stature, often with the medical condition dwarfism, particularly proportionate dwarfism. It may also refer to anything of much smaller than normal size, ...
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Midget

• (n.) A minute bloodsucking fly. • (n.) A very diminutive person.
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Midget

Midg'et noun [ Dim. of midge .] 1. (Zoology) A minute bloodsucking fly. [ Local, U. S.] 2. A very diminutive person.
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Midget

A style of cheese, usually Cheddar, weighing approximately 12 pounds.
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midget

in human anatomy, a person of very small stature whose bodily proportions, intelligence, and sexual development are within the normal range. ...
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Midget

Is a 15 year maturity, fixed rate security issued by the Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA).
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Midget

Is a 15 year maturity, fixed rate security issued by the Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA).
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Midget

Midget: A very small person (or thing). Midget is a picturesque but somewhat disparaging term. It is the diminutive of midge (the insect), and who wants to be a mini-midge? A more correct term today for a very small person is dwarf or little person. The notion that a midget is (as some dictionaries state) a 'normal dwarf, a person who is unusually ...
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midget

midget: see dwarfism.
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