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mutant

[myoot-nt]
adjective
1.
undergoing or resulting from mutation.
noun
2.
a new type of organism produced as the result of mutation.

Origin:
1900–05; < Latin mūtant- (stem of mūtāns), present participle of mūtāre to change; see -ant

unmutant, adjective
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mutant (ˈmjuːtənt)
 
n
1.  Also called: mutation an animal, organism, or gene that has undergone mutation
 
adj
2.  of, relating to, undergoing, or resulting from change or mutation
 
[C20: from Latin mutāre to change]

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mutant
1901, in the biological sense, from L. mutantem (nom. mutans) "changing," prp. of mutare "to change" (see mutable). In the science fiction sense, it is attested from 1954.
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mutant mu·tant (myōōt'nt)
n.
An organism possessing one or more genes that have undergone mutation. adj.
Resulting from or undergoing mutation.

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