galacto-, galact-, -galaxy

(Greek: milk)

agalactia (s) (noun), agalactias (pl)
Absence of milk in the breasts after childbirth: Although her child was just born, Nadine still had agalactia or a condition in which no milk was being secreted in her breasts.
agalactorrhea
Absence of the secretion or flow of breast milk.
agalactosis
A condition in which milk is not secreted in the mother's breasts after her child has been delivered.
agalactous
agalorrhea
Absence or arrest of the flow of breast milk.
androgalactozemia
Lactation from the male breast (oozing of milk from the male breast).
antigalactagogue
An agent for suppressing lactation.
antigalactic
dysgalactia
Poor or inadequate milk production; disordered milk secretion.
extragalactic (adjective), more extragalactic, most extragalactic
In astronomy, concerning the existence or occurrence of objects outside the large group of stars and planets that the Earth and the sun are part of: Since instruments for outer space have been improved over time, distant extragalactic matter can be observed and examined in greater detail.
galactagogue
An agent that promotes the secretion and flow of milk.
galactase
galactia
galactic
galactin

Related "milk" unit: lacto-.