(Greek: peculiar, one's own, personal, private; of or pertaining to one's self, distinct, separate, alone)

idiomorphic, idiomorphous, idiomorphism
1. The state or quality of having a peculiar or characteristic form; uniqueness, or individuality in form.
2. Having its own characteristic form; specifically, having its characteristic crystallographic faces:;said of one of the constituent minerals of a rock.
1. Relating to the muscles alone, independent of the nervous control; applied to certain muscular contractions that occur only in degenerated muscles.
2. Peculiar to muscular tissue.
Peculiar to nerve tissue.
1. A reference to a disease rising by itself in a particular part of the body; of the nature of a primary morbid state; not consequent upon or symptomatic of another disease.
2. Used to describe a disease or disorder that has no known cause.
Pertaining to idiopathy; characterising a disease arising primarily, and not in consequence of some other disease or injury; opposed to symptomatic, sympathetic, and traumatic.
idiopathically (adverb) (not comparable)
Pertaining to how diseases arise entirely within organs: Some illnesses appear idiopathically, as opposed to those that are the result of outside influences.

A disease of unknown cause, or a morbid state developing from a spontaneous origin which is not preceded by or caused by any other disease, can develop idiopathically in a person's body.

1. A feeling or sensation peculiar to an individual or class; an individual or personal state of feeling.
2. A disease not preceded or occasioned by any other; a primary disease.
3. A peculiar, or individual, characteristic or affection. "All men are so full of their own fancies and idiopathies, that they scarce have the civility to interchange any words with a stranger." (Dr. H. More)
idiophone, idiophonic
1. A musical instrument (as a bell, gong, rattle) the source of whose sound is the vibration of its elastic constituent material unmodified by any special tension (as in a drum); also known as an autophone.
2. A percussion instrument, e.g. a gong or xylophone, that is made from resonating material that does not have to be tuned.
1. A form of insanity that is caused by disease of the brain itself; organic brain disease.
2. Originating in one’s own mind; psychogenic; delirium.
Relating to, or originating in, the mind or brain alone, not reflex or secondary.
A spasm limited to a specific area of the body.
idiopsychologic (adjective)
Relating to ideas developed within one's own mind, independent of any suggestions from any external sources.
idiopsychology (s) (noun), idiopsychologies (pl)
The psychology of one's own mind.
Someone who has some peculiarity of vision.
idiorepulsive (adjective), more idiorepulsive, most idiorepulsive
Self repelling.

Cross references of word families related to: "individual, personal": pecu-; privat-, priv-.