Definition of leucistic in English:

leucistic

adjective

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

    • ‘Everyone agreed that it was an ‘albino’ - actually, more correctly a leucistic bird, since it had dark eyes, some yellow color on head and sides, and a little grey patterning on the tail.’

Origin

From leuco- ‘white’ + the adjectival suffix -istic.

Pronunciation:

leucistic

/luːˈsɪstɪk/