amblyo-, ambly- +

(Greek: dull, dullness, dim, dimness, blunt; stupid)

amblyacousia (s) (noun), amblyacousias (pl)
A dullness or loss of hearing: "Because of his progressive amblyacousia, Brett always sat in a front seat of the auditorium so he could hear the speakers or singers, etc."
amblyanthus, amblyantha, amblyanthum
Blunt flower.
amblyaphia
Tactile hypoesthesia or a loss of the sense of feeling.
amblychromasia
A condition of staining fainltly or of having little chromatin.
amblychromatic
Feebly staining or marked by a very weak staining; such as, a nucleus that contains little chromatin.
amblygeustia (am bli GYOOS tee uh)
Hypogeusia; a diminution (loss) in the sense of taste.
amblykusis
A loss of hearing.
amblyodon, amblyodones
Blunt tooth.
amblyogenic
Inducing or causing amblyopia.
amblyophyllus, amblyophylla, amblyophyllum
Blunt leaf.
amblyopia
1. Reduction, or dimness, of vision; especially, that in which there is no apparent pathologic condition of the eye.
2. Impairment of vision without detectable organic lesion of the eye.
3. Poor vision caused by abnormal development of visual areas of the brain in response to abnormal visual stimulation during early development.
amblyopiatrics
1. Medical management, or treatment, of reduced vision.
2. Treatment of amblyopia.
amblyorhynchus, amblyorhyncha, amblyorhynchum
Blunt beak; a marine iguanus or shore-dwelling seaweed-eating lizard of the Galapagos Islands.
amblyoscope
A hand-held reflecting stereoscope that can measure convergence and divergence, measure or train binocular vision, or stimulate vision in an amblyopic eye (dimness of vision) or "lazy eye".