metallo-, metall-

(Greek: mineral, metal)




metallesthesia (s) (noun), metallesthesias (pl)
The recognition of metals through the sense of touch: Merleā€™s finger tips were so sensitive that she was prized at the jewelry store for her metallesthesia because she was able to identify by touch different precious metals including sterling silver.
metallochrome
metallograph
A print made by metallography (substitute for lithography, in which metallic plates are used instead of stone).
metallographic
A reference to the science, or art, of metals and metal working; also, written materials about metals.
metallophil
metallophilia
metallophilic
metalloscopy
1. Testing the actions or effects of various metals when applied to the surface of the body.
2. The practice of determining by external applications which metals or metallic substances act most easily and favorably upon a person's skin.
metallotherapy
metallurgy