febri-, febr- +

(Latin: fever)

absente febre; abs. feb.
While or when fever is absent.

A medical direction or instruction.

adstante febre; adst. feb.
While fever is present; a medical instruction.
afebric
No fever or without a fever.
afebrile
Having no fever.
afebrile (adjective), more afebrile, most afebrile
1. Relating to being without a fever: "After a good nights' sleep, Lora woke up rested with an afebrile feeling."
2. Unaccompanied by fever: "Paulette's illness puzzled the doctors because although she felt ill, she was afebrile."
3. Not feverish: "Dianna's brow felt afebrile and so her mother decided that her daughter no longer had a fever."
antefebrile
Before the development of a fever.
antifebrile
1. A drug or other agent that reduces fever.
2. That which has the quality of abating fever.
3. Opposing or tending to cure fever.
antifebrine
A compound of aniline with acetyl, used to allay fever or pain.
febricant
Causing fever or the cause of a fever.
febricide
1. Relieving or reducing fever.
2. Any agent that relieves or reduces fever.
febricitant
Affected with fever; feverish.
febricitate
To be ill with a fever.
febricitation
The state of being in a fever, feverishness.
febricity
1. Feverishness.
2. The condition of having a fever or of being feverish.
febricose
Feverish.