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hypostasis

  

      n   pl   , -ses  
1      (Metaphysics)   the essential nature of a substance as opposed to its attributes  
2      (Christianity)  
a    any of the three persons of the Godhead, together constituting the Trinity  
b    the one person of Christ in which the divine and human natures are united  
3    the accumulation of blood in an organ or part as the result of poor circulation  
4       another name for       epistasis       3  
     (C16: from Late Latin: substance, from Greek hupostasis foundation, from huphistasthai to stand under, from hypo- + histanai to cause to stand)  
  hypostatic  
  hypostatical      adj  
  hypostatically      adv  
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epistasis  
      n  
1    scum on the surface of a liquid, esp. on an old specimen of urine  
2      (Med)   the arrest or checking of a bodily discharge, esp. bleeding  
3      (Also called)    hypostasis            (Genetics)   the suppression by a gene of the effect of another gene that is not its allele  
     (C19: from Greek: a stopping, from ephistanai to stop, from epi- + histanai to put)  
  epistatic      adj  


hypostasis         
      n   pl   , -ses  
1      (Metaphysics)   the essential nature of a substance as opposed to its attributes  
2      (Christianity)  
a    any of the three persons of the Godhead, together constituting the Trinity  
b    the one person of Christ in which the divine and human natures are united  
3    the accumulation of blood in an organ or part as the result of poor circulation  
4       another name for       epistasis       3  
     (C16: from Late Latin: substance, from Greek hupostasis foundation, from huphistasthai to stand under, from hypo- + histanai to cause to stand)  
  hypostatic  
  hypostatical      adj  
  hypostatically      adv  

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