Winglike vs Elytrotomy - What's the difference?

winglike | elytrotomy |


As an adjective winglike

is having the characteristics of a wing.

As a noun elytrotomy is

(surgery|especially in combination) the surgical division or removal of a winglike structure.

winglike

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • having the characteristics of a wing
  • Synonyms

    * alar

    elytrotomy

    English

    Noun

    (elytrotomies)
  • (surgery, especially in combination) The surgical division or removal of a winglike structure
  • Derived terms

    *gastro-elytrotomy *laparo-elytrotomy