a person having myopia; nearsighted person
Origin of myopeFrench ; from Late Latin myops ; from Classical Greek my?ps, shortsighted, blinking ; from myein, to close (; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps Indo-European base an unverified form mu-, with closed lips from source mope, mute) + ?ps, eye
One who is affected by myopia.
Origin of myopeFrench, from Late Latin my&omacron;ps, near-sighted, from Greek mu&omacron;ps; see myopia.
- One who has myopia.