Resembling a polyp, or polyp-shaped, as in polypoid lesions in stomach.


Word origin: Middle English polip, nasal tumor, from Old French polipe, from Latin pōlypus, cuttlefish, nasal tumor, from Greek polupous, poulupous : polu-, poly- + pous, foot.

See also: polyp.

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