dermis

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From New Latin, from Ancient Greek δέρμα (dérma, skin, hide), from δέρω (dérō, to skin, to flay).

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dermis (plural dermides or dermises)

  1. (anatomy) The tissue of the skin underlying the epidermis.

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Back-formation from epidermis.

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dermis f (plural dermis)

  1. (anatomy) dermis
    Synonym: derma

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Etymology[edit]

Back-formation from epidermis.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈdermis/, [ˈd̪ermis]

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dermis f (plural dermis)

  1. (anatomy) dermis

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