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(Greek: a suffix that means: state or condition of; diseased condition of)

acrotic (adjective) (not comparable)
1. Pertaining to the absence or weakness of the pulse; pulseless: When Mary checked her heart beat, she was happy to feel her pulse, so she didn't have an acrotic condition as she had thought!
2. Pertaining to the surface of the body: When Dr. Black checked the acrotic skin parts of Susan's body, she didn't see any unusual developments of moles or birth marks.
agrypnotic (s) (noun), agrypnotics (pl)
Anything that produces wakefulness; such as, strong tea or coffee.
Of, pertaining to, or affected with albinism; also albinistic.
1. A change; alternative effect; recovery from illness.
2. A change or alteration in the character of one's constitution or a disease.
anaerobiotic (adjective), more anaerobiotic, most anaerobiotic
Relating to life in an environment devoid or empty of free oxygen; anaerobic: Anaerobiotic habitats are those that are devoid of, or significantly depleted in, molecular oxygen or the Earth's air.
Denoting a neuropathy affecting the vascular system.
Pertaining to or affected by angiosclerosis.
1. An agent that reduces, prevents, or stops sweating.
2. Denoting a reduction or absence of sweat glands, characteristic of congenital ectodermal defect and anhidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.
antihidrotic, anhidrotic
1. Acting to reduce or to prevent sweating; antiperspirant.
2. An agent having an inhibitory action upon the secretion of sweat.
antihypnotic, anhypnotic (s); antihypnotics, anhypnotics (pl) (nouns)
Tending to prevent sleep; such as, a medicine, etc. that is used for this purpose.
antinarcotic (adjective), more antinarcotic, most antinarcotic
A reference to counteracting depression.
antipsychotic (adjective)
Effective in the treatment of psychosis or an agent that has such actions.

Antipsychotic agents are a chemically diverse but pharmacologically similar class of drugs used to treat schizophrenic, paranoid, schizoaffective, and other psychotic disorders; such as, acute delirium, dementia, and manic episodes.

1. Preventing dryness of the skin.
2. A medicine that relieves or prevents dry skin.
1. A reference to common life; secular.
2. Pertaining to life or living organisms; caused by, produced by, or comprising living organisms.
biotic environment
1. The biological factors acting on an organism, which arise from the activities of other living organisms, as distinct from physical factors.
2. The living organisms of a community habitat or environment.