dys-


dys-

prefix

Definition of DYS-

1
:  abnormal <dysplasia>
2
:  difficult <dysphagia> — compare eu-
3
:  impaired <dysfunction>
4
:  bad <dyslogistic> — compare eu-

Origin of DYS-

Latin dys-, from Greek; akin to Old English tō-, te- apart, Sanskrit dus- bad, difficult

dys-

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Medical Definition of DYS-

—compare eu- 1a
1
: abnormal <dyschromia>
2
: difficult <dyspnea>
3
: impaired <dysfunction>

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