Definition of blue-blindness in English:

blue-blindness

Pronunciation /ˈbluːˌblʌɪn(d)nɪs/

noun

Medicine Physiology
  • A form of abnormal colour vision characterized by reduced sensitivity to light in the blue region of the spectrum, as an inherited (autosomal dominant) or acquired condition; = "tritanopia". Compare green-blindness , red-blindness .

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Friends Review. From blue + blindness, after German Blaublindheit.