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From Ancient Greek ἐκτόπιος(ektópios, away from a place, out of place, out of the way), from ἐκ(ek, out) + τόπος(tópos, place).

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ectopic ‎(comparative more ectopic, superlative most ectopic)

  1. Relating to ectopia.
  2. (comparable, medicine) Being out of place, having an abnormal position.

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