-phasia


-phasia

noun combining form

Definition of -PHASIA

:  speech disorder of a (specified) type <dysphasia>

Origin of -PHASIA

New Latin, from Greek, speech, from phasis utterance, from phanai to speak, say — more at ban

-pha·sia

noun combining form \ˈfā-zh(ē-)ə\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural -pha·sias also -pha·sies

Medical Definition of -PHASIA

: speech disorder (of a specified type especially relating to the symbolic use of language) <dysphasia>

Variants of -PHASIA

-pha·sia also -pha·sy \fə-sē\

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