biorhythm

noun
bio·rhythm | \ˈbī-ō-ˌri-t͟həm \

Definition of biorhythm 

: an innately determined rhythmic biological process or function (such as sleep behavior) also : the internal mechanism that determines such a process or function

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Other Words from biorhythm

biorhythmic \ˌbī-ō-ˈrit͟h-mik \ adjective

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Deutsche Lufthansa AG last year began using 24 different light settings on its Airbus A350-900 planes to help manage passenger biorhythms during long haul flights. Robert Wall, WSJ, "Airlines Conquer Challenges of Long-Haul Flights. Now Can Passengers?," 24 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of biorhythm

1913, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of biorhythm was in 1913

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biorhythm

noun

English Language Learners Definition of biorhythm

: a natural, repeated pattern of changes that occur in the body and that affect the way a person feels

biorhythm

noun
bio·rhythm | \ˈbī-ō-ˌrit͟h-əm \

Medical Definition of biorhythm 

: an innately determined rhythmic biological process or function (as sleep behavior) also : an innate rhythmic determiner of such a process or function

Other Words from biorhythm

biorhythmic \ˌbī-ō-ˈrit͟h-mik \ adjective
biorhythmicity \-rit͟h-ˈmis-ət-ē \ noun plural biorhythmicities

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