Etymology
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ovoid (adj.)

"egg-shaped," by 1817, from Modern Latin ōvoīdēs, a hybrid from Latin ōvum "egg" (see ovum) + Greek -oeidēs "like" (see -oid). Related: Ovoidal.

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Definitions of ovoid
1
ovoid (n.)
an egg-shaped object;
2
ovoid (adj.)
rounded like an egg;
Synonyms: egg-shaped / elliptic / elliptical / oval / oval-shaped / ovate / oviform / prolate
From wordnet.princeton.edu