ectomorph

(ek┬┤to-morf) an individual having a type of body build in which ectodermal tissues predominate: there is relatively slight development of both the visceral and body structures, the body being linear and delicate.
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ectomorph

noun a person with a thin body
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ectomorph

A constitutional body type or build (biotype or somatotype) in which tissues originating from the ectoderm predominate; from a morphological standpoint, the limbs predominate over the trunk. ... Synonym: longitype. ... Origin: ecto-+ G. Morphe, form ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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ectomorph

a human physical type (somatotype) tending toward linearity, as determined by the physique classification system developed by the American ... [2 related articles]
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Ectomorph

A thumbnail description of the somatotype who is dominated by the ectoderm, specifically the skin, nervous system, and endocrine glands.
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ectomorph

ectomorph, ectomorphic 1. An individual having a lean, slightly muscular body shape in which tissues derived from the embryonic ectoderm predominate. 2. A person with a thin non-muscular body. 3. Someone who belongs to a physiological type that has long lean limbs. 4. A constitutional body type or build (biotype or somatotype) in which tissues o...
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ectomorph

Type: Term Pronunciation: ek′tō-mōrf Definitions: 1. A constitutional body type or build (biotype or somatotype) in which tissues originating from the ectoderm predominate; from a morphological standpoint, the limbs predominate over the trunk. Synonyms: longitype
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ectomorph

[n] - a person with a thin non-muscular body
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