their state or condition to be an albino abinoism leucopathy
- the congenital absence of pigmentation within the eyes and epidermis and tresses
- The state or problem of being an albino: abinoism; leucopathy.
A group of hereditary conditions for which there was limited or total decreased the pigment melanin inside eyes, skin, and tresses.
1836; see albino + -ism. Alternate type albinoism is recorded from 1868.
(n.) Their state or condition of being an albino: abinoism; leucopathy.
If we assume that the two negresses which the third son married were themselves carrying albinism recessive - an exceedingly probable condition considering that albino negroes are not uncommon - the result is accurately in accordance, as W.