hyp-

hyp-
— see hypo-

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var. of hypo- before a vowel: hypalgesia.

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hyp «hihp», noun.
Archaic. low spirits; depression: »

Belmont was a melancholy place, and I was dying there of hyp! (R. P. Ward).

[short for hypochondria]
hyp-,
prefix. the form of hypo- (Cf.hypo-) before vowels, as in hypesthesia.
hyp.,
1. hypotenuse.
2. hypothesis.

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comb. form variant spelling of hypo- shortened before a vowel or h (as in hypesthesia)

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hypo- [ˈhaɪpəʊ] [ˈhaɪpoʊ] (also hyp-) prefix
(in adjectives and nouns) under; below normal

hypodermic

hypothermia

Word Origin:
[hypo-] from Greek hupo ‘under’.

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hyp-
the form of hypo- used before a vowel: see the words below.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • hyp- — Hyp ↑ hypo , Hypo . * * * hyp , Hyp : ↑ hypo , Hypo . * * * hyp , Hyp : ↑hypo , ↑Hypo . hy|po , Hy|po , (vor Vokalen auch:) hyp , Hyp …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • hyp... — hyp..., Hyp... 〈in Zus.〉 = hypo..., Hypo... * * * hyp...,   Präfix, hypo …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hyp... — hyp..., Hyp... 〈in Zus.〉 = hypo..., Hypo... * * * hyp...,   Präfix, hypo …   Universal-Lexikon

  • hyp — udråbsord; hyp, alle mine heste …   Dansk ordbog

  • Hyp — Hyp, n. An abbreviation of hypochonaria; usually in plural. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] Heaven send thou hast not got the hyps. Swift. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hyp — Hyp, v. t. To make melancholy. [Colloq.] W. Irving …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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