strabismus

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From Modern Latin strabismus, from Ancient Greek στραβισμός (strabismós), from στραβίζω (strabízō, to squint), from στραβός (strabós) (strabos, “squinting”; whence the synonymous Latin strabus).

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strabismus (usually uncountable, plural strabismuses)

  1. A defect of vision in which one eye cannot focus with the other on an object because of imbalance of the eye muscles; a squint.

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