Etymology
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physique (n.)

"physical structure or organization," especially of a human body, 1826, from French physique, noun use of physique (adj.) "physical," from Latin physicus "natural, physics," from Greek physikos, from physis "nature" (from PIE root *bheue- "to be, exist, grow").

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Definitions of physique

physique (n.)
constitution of the human body;
Synonyms: build / body-build / habitus
physique (n.)
alternative names for the body of a human being;
he has a strong physique
Synonyms: human body / physical body / material body / soma / build / figure / anatomy / shape / bod / chassis / frame / form / flesh
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