Definition of leucistic in English:

leucistic

Line breaks: leu|cis¦tic
Pronunciation: /luːˈsɪstɪk/

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adjective

Zoology
(Of an animal) having whitish fur, plumage, or skin due to a lack of pigment.

Origin

from leuco- 'white' + the adjectival suffix -istic.

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