hygro-, hygr- +

(Greek: moist, moisture, wet, damp)

aerohygrophilous (adjective), more aerohygrophilous, most aerohygrophilous
Relating to thriving in high atmospheric humidity.
Any creature which is intolerant of high atmospheric humidity.
aerohygrophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
Intolerance of high atmospheric humidity, such as certain plants: One example of aerohygrophobia concerns the flora of the tropics because they certainly cannot live in the Alps or in the Rocky Mountains!
Intolerant of high atmospheric humidity.
The condition whereby there is intolerance of any high atmospheric humidity.
A graphic representation of pressure, temperature, and humidity readings, as made by a barothermohygrograph.
An automatic instrument that simultaneously records the temperature, pressure, and humidity of the atmosphere.
1. An instrument designed to indicate or to control the relative humidity of the air.
2. An appliance used for maintaining the vapor pressure in the air of a room or other enclosed space within set limits.
1. Denoting an excessive watery condition of the eyelids.
2. A reference to any gland bringing moisture to the eyelids.
A reference to the bursting open at maturity of a fruit or other reproductive body to release seeds or spores which is induced by moisture.
Dehiscence or the bursting open at maturity of a fruit or other reproductive body to release seeds or spores of fruits when induced by moisture.
hygrocole (verb), hygrocoles; hygrocoled; hygrocoling
Living in moist or damp habitats as some plants and animals do.
hygrocolous (adjective), more hygrocolous, most hygrocolous
A reference to organisms living in moist places.
An instrument for automatically registering the variations in air humidity.
The design, construction, and use of hygrographs or any of several forms of automated hygrometers that record humidity; or an instrument that measures the humidity of the air or other gases; especially, the relative humidity.

Cross references of word families that refer to "water": aqua-; hydat-; hydro-.