-emia medical suffix, "condition of the blood," Modern Latin comb. form of Gk. haima (gen. haimatos) "blood," possibly from PIE root *sai- "thick liquid."

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  • -emia — {{hw}}{{ emia}}{{/hw}} secondo elemento: in parole composte della terminologia medica significa ‘sangue’: glicemia, leucemia, setticemia …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • -emia — [dal gr. aimía, der. di haîma sangue ]. (med.) Secondo elemento di parole composte, in cui significa sangue …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • -emia — elem. de comp. Exprime a noção de sangue (ex.: alcoolemia)   ‣ Etimologia: grego haîma, atos, sangue + ia …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • -emia — [ē′mē ə] [ModL < Gr aimia < haima, blood: see HEMO ] combining form a (specified) condition or disease of the blood [leukemia] …   English World dictionary

  • emia — ac·e·ton·emia; afi·brin·o·gen·emia; car·o·ten·emia; cho·les·ter·ol·emia; ga·lac·tos·emia; hy·per·glob·u·lin·emia; hy·per·hep·a·rin·emia; hy·per·pro·throm·bin·emia; hy·per·vol·emia; hy·po·al·bu·min·emia; hy·po·pro·tein·emia; par·a·sit·emia;… …   English syllables

  • EMIA — École militaire interarmes Élèves officiers de l École militaire interarmes défilant sur les Champs Élysées du 14 juillet 2007 L École militaire interarmes (EMIA) est une des écoles de l armée de terre française chargée de former des officiers… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • -emia — US var. of AEMIA. * * * a combining form occurring in compound words that denote a condition of the blood, as specified by the initial element: hyperemia. Also, aemia, haemia, hemia. [ < NL < Gk (h)aimía (as in anaimía want of blood), equiv …   Useful english dictionary

  • -emia — Anoxaemia An ox*[ae] mi*a, emia e mi*a ([a^]n [o^]ks*[=e] m[i^]*[.a]), n. [NL.; Gr. an priv. + oxygen + Gr. ? blood.] (Med.) An abnormal condition due to deficient a[ e]ration of the blood, as in balloon sickness, mountain sickness. {An ox*[ae]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -emia — noun combining form Etymology: New Latin emia, aemia, from Greek aimia, from haima blood 1. condition of having (such) blood < leukemia > 2. condition of having (a specified thing) in the blood < uremia > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -emia — ► sufijo Componente de palabra procedente del gr. haima, que significa sangre: ■ hiperemia. * * * emia Elemento sufijo del gr. «haîma», sangre: ‘anemia, hiperemia’. * * * ► Sufijo procedente del gr. haíma, sangre: anemia …   Enciclopedia Universal

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