-rrhea, -rrhoea, -orrhea +

(Greek > Latin: flow, flowing)

1. An inordinate, uncontrolled, senseless writing, whose purpose seems to be to fill pages rather than to record or transmit a message.
2. Writing in excessive amounts, sometimes incoherently associated with a schizophrenic disorder.
3. Extreme wordiness in writing.
Denoting one of the tumors or varices constituting hemorrhoids.
A morbidly excessive secretion of bile; any morbid flow from the liver.
hidrorrhea, hidrorrhoea (British)
Excessive flow of sweat (perspiration).
1. A profuse discharge of watery fluid from any part of the body.
2. An excessive or copious discharge of water or other fluid.
1. Excessively prolonged or profuse menses.

Synonyms: menorrhagia, menostaxis.

2. Menstruation with an excessive flow but at regular intervals and of usual duration.
3. Frequent menstrual periods or an abnormal increase in the duration and/or amount of menstrual flow.
Diminution (decreasing or reducing) of the flow or a shortening of the duration of menstruation.
Reduced delivery of pancreatic digestive enzyme secretions.
Peculiar to the male sex.
Equality of intake and output of water; maintenance of water equilibrium.
1. Any white discharge from the nipple that is persistent and looks like milk.
2. Continued discharge of milk from the breasts between intervals of nursing or after the child has been weaned. Synonym: incontinence of milk, galactorrhea.
1. An abnormal or excessive flow of words.
2. Excessive and rapid speech, seen in certain mental disorders; as in manic episodes of bipolar disorder and some cases of schizophrenia.
leukorrhea (s) (noun), leukorrhea (pl)
Discharge from the vagina of a white or yellowish viscid fluid; leukorrhagia.: Leukorrhea contains mucus and pus cells.
leukorrheal (adjective) (not comparable)
Relating to or characterized by leukorrhea: When Mary had a check-up at her gynaecologist's office, her doctor told her that she had a leukorrheal condition which could be treated successfully.
The flow of liquid.