Definition of Sphrigosis

1. n. A condition of vegetation in which there is too abundant growth of the stem and leaves, accompanied by deficiency of flowers and fruit.



Medical Definition of Sphrigosis

1. A condition of vegetation in which there is too abundant growth of the stem and leaves, accompanied by deficiency of flowers and fruit. Origin: NL, fr. Gr. To be full of strength. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sphrigosis

sphingomyelin phosphodiesterase
sphingomyelinase
sphingomyelinases
sphingomyelins
sphingosine
sphingosine CoA-independent transacetylase
sphingosine N-methyltransferase
sphingosines
sphinx
sphinx moth
sphinxes
sphinxlike
sphragide
sphragides
sphragistics
sphrigosis (current term)
sphugmicks
sphygm-
sphygmic
sphygmic interval
sphygmics
sphygmo-
sphygmo-oscillometer
sphygmocardiograph
sphygmocardioscope
sphygmochronograph
sphygmogram
sphygmograms
sphygmograph
sphygmographic

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