pyrosis

noun
py·​ro·​sis | \ pī-ˈrō-səs \

Definition of pyrosis

First Known Use of pyrosis

1772, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pyrosis

New Latin, from Greek pyrōsis burning, from pyroun to burn, from pyr fire — more at fire

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pyrosis

noun
py·​ro·​sis | \ pī-ˈrō-səs \

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