deuter-, deutero-, deut- +

(Greek: two; second [in a series])

The second actor or person in a drama as distinguished from the protagonist or leading character.
Exhibiting partial loss of green color vision so that an increased intensity of green is required in a mixture of red and green to match a given yellow.
A partial form of deuteranopia, in which the individual has a reduced ability to perceive green.
deuteranopia, deuteranopsia
A visual defect in which the retina fails to respond to the color green; so named from blindness to the color green, which is regarded as the second primary color.
Having deuteranopia; pertaining to a form of color blindness marked by insensitivity to green.
deuteripara, secundipara
A woman who has had two pregnancies carried to the stage of viability, regardless of whether the fetus was born dead or alive or whether the gestation was single or multiple.
Referring to, or belonging to, a secondary, less well-regarded, or disputed collection of religious scripture; especially, the Apocrypha.
deuterogamist, digamist
Anyone who marries a second time after a divorce or the death of one's spouse.
1. Marriage a second time; marriage after the death of a first husband or wife; as distinguished from bigamy.
2. In botany, the condition in which fertilization by the fusion of gametes is replaced by other processes, as in some fungi, the higher algae, and flowering plants.
The appearance of a new adaptive character late in life.
A duplicate written or printed passage.
Referring to, or relating to, the book of Deuteronomy, its style, or its contents.
1. A book in the Bible that repeats the Ten Commandments and records much of the Mosaic Law. It is the fifth book of the Pentateuch.
2. Etymology: from Greek Deuteronomion; literally, "second law", from deuteros, "second" + nomos, "law". From the 14th century via late Latin from Greek Deuteronomion, "second law"; because the book contains a repetition of the Decalogue and parts of Exodus.
1. A secondary disease or symptom of a disease that results from another infection in the body.
2. Any abnormality that is secondary to another pathological condition.
3. A sympathetic affection of any part of the body; such as, a headache resulting from an overloaded stomach.
Means “second sauropod foot” from Early Jurassic period and is known only from fossilized footprints that were found near Lesotho, South Africa.