hygieio-, hygiei-, hygio-, hygi- +

(Greek: health, healthy, healthful, wholesome, sound [in body])

Adverse to health; insalubrious [salubrious, beneficial to or promoting health or well-being].
Hygeia, Hygea, Hygia
In Greek Mythology, the goddess of health, daughter of Aesculapius; health personified; by extension, a system of sanitation or medical practice.
Pertaining to Hygeia, or to health; healthy; relating to hygiene or medical science, sanitary.
1. Worship of health; excessive devotion to hygiene.
2. An obselete term for an extreme observance of the principles of hygiene.
Someone who is a specialist in hygiene; a sanitarian.
Relating to health; sanitary, hygienic.
The science of hygiene and sanitation; also, hygieology, hygiology.
Relating to hygiene, hygienic.
1. The science of health and its maintenance.
2. Cleanliness that promotes health and well being; especially, of a personal nature.
3. That department of knowledge or practice which relates to the maintenance of health; a system of principles or rules for preserving or promoting health; sanitary science.
1. Relating to the scientific study or principles of cleanliness and health.
2. A reference to health or its preservation.
3. Clean or free from disease-causing microorganisms.
4. Belonging or relating to hygiene; sanitary.
hygienical, hygienically
In a hygienic manner, in relation to hygiene.
Hygienic subjects or matters.
1. One who is skilled in the science of health and its maintenance. Synonym: hygieist.
2. Someone who specializes in hygiene, or in a specific branch of hygiene, such as, a dental hygienist.
hygienocic (adjective), more hygienocic, most hygienocic
Regarding something harmful to one's health: Mrs. Smith put the hygienocic insect repellant up high on the shelf so that her daughter couldn't reach it.
The science of hygiene and sanitation, and the practice thereof.

Related "health" word families and articles: Health: Index; Hygeia > hygiene > health; iatro-, -iatrician; salu-; sana-, sani-.