hyper-


hyper-

prefix

: excessively or extremely

: excessive or extreme

Full Definition of HYPER-

1
:  above :  beyond :  super- <hypermarket>
2
a :  excessively <hypersensitive>
b :  excessive <hyperemia>
3
:  that is or exists in a space of more than three dimensions <hyperspace>
4
:  bridging points within an entity (as a database or network) nonsequentially <hypertext>
  1. hy·per·acu·ity
  2. hy·per·acute
  3. hy·per·aes·thet·ic
  4. hy·per·ag·gres·sive
  5. hy·per·ag·gres·sive·ness
  6. hy·per·alert
  7. hy·per·arid
  8. hy·per·arous·al
  9. hy·per·aware
  10. hy·per·aware·ness
  11. hy·per·ca·tab·o·lism
  12. hy·per·cau·tious
  13. hy·per·charged
  14. hy·per·civ·i·lized
  15. hy·per·co·ag·u·la·bil·i·ty
  16. hy·per·co·ag·u·la·ble
  17. hy·per·com·pet·i·tive
  18. hy·per·con·cen·tra·tion
  19. hy·per·con·scious
  20. hy·per·con·scious·ness
  21. hy·per·de·vel·op·ment
  22. hy·per·ef·fi·cient
  23. hy·per·emo·tion·al
  24. hy·per·emo·tion·al·i·ty
  25. hy·per·en·dem·ic
  26. hy·per·en·er·get·ic
  27. hy·per·ex·cit·abil·i·ty
  28. hy·per·ex·cit·able
  29. hy·per·ex·cit·ed
  30. hy·per·ex·cite·ment
  31. hy·per·ex·cre·tion
  32. hy·per·fas·tid·i·ous
  33. hy·per·func·tion
  34. hy·per·func·tion·al
  35. hy·per·func·tion·ing
  36. hy·per·im·mune
  37. hy·per·im·mu·ni·za·tion
  38. hy·per·im·mu·nize
  39. hy·per·in·flat·ed
  40. hy·per·in·ner·va·tion
  41. hy·per·in·tel·lec·tu·al
  42. hy·per·in·tel·li·gent
  43. hy·per·in·tense
  44. hy·per·in·vo·lu·tion
  45. hy·per·ma·nia
  46. hy·per·man·ic
  47. hy·per·mas·cu·line
  48. hy·per·met·a·bol·ic
  49. hy·per·me·tab·o·lism
  50. hy·per·mo·bil·i·ty
  51. hy·per·mod·ern
  52. hy·per·mod·ern·ist
  53. hy·per·mu·ta·bil·i·ty
  54. hy·per·mu·ta·ble
  55. hy·per·na·tion·al·is·tic
  56. hy·per·phys·i·cal
  57. hy·per·pig·men·ta·tion
  58. hy·per·pig·ment·ed
  59. hy·per·pro·duc·er
  60. hy·per·pro·duc·tion
  61. hy·per·pure
  62. hy·per·ra·tio·nal
  63. hy·per·ra·tio·nal·i·ty
  64. hy·per·re·ac·tive
  65. hy·per·re·ac·tiv·i·ty
  66. hy·per·re·ac·tor
  67. hy·per·re·spon·sive
  68. hy·per·ro·man·tic
  69. hy·per·sa·line
  70. hy·per·sa·lin·i·ty
  71. hy·per·sal·i·va·tion
  72. hy·per·se·cre·tion
  73. hy·per·sen·si·ti·za·tion
  74. hy·per·sen·si·tize
  75. hy·per·som·no·lence
  76. hy·per·stat·ic
  77. hy·per·stim·u·late
  78. hy·per·stim·u·la·tion
  79. hy·per·sus·cep·ti·bil·i·ty
  80. hy·per·sus·cep·ti·ble
  81. hy·per·tense
  82. hy·per·typ·i·cal
  83. hy·per·vig·i·lance
  84. hy·per·vig·i·lant
  85. hy·per·vir·u·lent
  86. hy·per·vis·cos·i·ty

Origin of HYPER-

Latin hyper-, from Greek, from hyper — more at over

hyper-

prefix    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of HYPER-

1
: excessively <hypersensitive>
2
: excessive <hyperemia> <hypertension>

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