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Androtomous
Androtomous An*drot"o*mous, a. (Bot.) Having the filaments of the stamens divided into two parts.
Chondrotomy
Chondrotomy Chon*drot"o*my, n. [Gr. ? + ? a cutting.] (Anat.) The dissection of cartilages.
Drotchel
Drotchel Drotch"el, n. See Drossel. [Obs.]
Hidrotic
Hidrotic Hi*drot"ic, a. [Gr. ? sudorific.] (Med.) Causing perspiration; diaphoretic or sudorific.
Hidrotic
Hidrotic Hi*drot"ic, n. A medicine that causes perspiration; a diaphoretic or a sudorific.
Hydrotellurate
Hydrotellurate Hy`dro*tel"lu*rate, n. (Chem.) A salt formed by the union of hydrotelluric acid and the base.
Hydrotelluric
Hydrotelluric Hy`dro*tel*lu"ric, a. [Hydro-, 2 + telluric.] (Chem.) Formed by hydrogen and tellurium; as, hydrotelluric acid, or hydrogen telluride.
Hydrotheca
Hydrotheca Hy`dro*the"ca, n.; pl. L. Hydrothec[ae], E. Hydrothecas. [NL., fr. E. hydra + Gr. ? a box.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the calicles which, in some Hydroidea (Thecaphora), protect the hydrants. See Illust. of Hydroidea, and Campanularian.
Hydrothecae
Hydrotheca Hy`dro*the"ca, n.; pl. L. Hydrothec[ae], E. Hydrothecas. [NL., fr. E. hydra + Gr. ? a box.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the calicles which, in some Hydroidea (Thecaphora), protect the hydrants. See Illust. of Hydroidea, and Campanularian.
Hydrothecas
Hydrotheca Hy`dro*the"ca, n.; pl. L. Hydrothec[ae], E. Hydrothecas. [NL., fr. E. hydra + Gr. ? a box.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the calicles which, in some Hydroidea (Thecaphora), protect the hydrants. See Illust. of Hydroidea, and Campanularian.
Hydrotherapeutics
Hydrotherapeutics Hy`dro*ther`a*peu"tics, n. [Hydro-, 1 + therapeutics.] (Med.) A system of treating disease by baths and mineral waters.
Hydrotherapy
Hydrotherapy Hy`dro*ther"a*py, n. [Hydro-, 1 + therapy.] (Med.) See Hydropathy.
Hydrothermal
Hydrothermal Hy`dro*ther"mal, a. [Hydro-, 1 + thermal.] Of or pertaining to hot water; -- used esp. with reference to the action of heated waters in dissolving, redepositing, and otherwise producing mineral changes within the crust of the globe.
Hydrothorax
Hydrothorax Hy`dro*tho"rax, n. [Hydro-, 1 + thorax.] (Med.) An accumulation of serous fluid in the cavity of the chest.
Hydrotic
Hydrotic Hy*drot"ic, a. [Gr. "y`dwr water: cf. Gr. ? moisture, F. hydrotique.] Causing a discharge of water or phlegm. -- n. (Med.) A hydrotic medicine.
Hydrotical
Hydrotical Hy*drot"ic*al, a. Hydrotic.
Hydrotrope
Hydrotrope Hy"dro*trope, n. [Hydro-, 1 + Gr. ? to turn, direct.] A device for raising water by the direct action of steam; a pulsometer.
Hydrotropic
Hydrotropic Hy`dro*trop"ic, a. [See Hydrotrope.] (Bot.) Turning or bending towards moisture, as roots.
Hydrotropism
Hydrotropism Hy*drot"ro*pism, n. (Bot.) In a broader sense, any curvature or turning induced in certain growing plant organs under the influence of moisture. Note: When the movement is toward the moisture, as is the case in most roots, the phenomenon is called positive hydrotropism; when away from the moisture, as in the case of hyphae of certain fungi, negative hydrotropism.
Hydrotropism
Hydrotropism Hy*drot"ro*pism, n. (Bot.) A tendency towards moisture.
negative hydrotropism
Hydrotropism Hy*drot"ro*pism, n. (Bot.) In a broader sense, any curvature or turning induced in certain growing plant organs under the influence of moisture. Note: When the movement is toward the moisture, as is the case in most roots, the phenomenon is called positive hydrotropism; when away from the moisture, as in the case of hyphae of certain fungi, negative hydrotropism.
positive hydrotropism
Hydrotropism Hy*drot"ro*pism, n. (Bot.) In a broader sense, any curvature or turning induced in certain growing plant organs under the influence of moisture. Note: When the movement is toward the moisture, as is the case in most roots, the phenomenon is called positive hydrotropism; when away from the moisture, as in the case of hyphae of certain fungi, negative hydrotropism.
Synchondrotomy
Synchondrotomy Syn`chon*drot"o*my, n. [Gr. ? union by cartilage + ? to cut.] (Surg.) Symphyseotomy.

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