brachyo-, brachy-, -brachy, -brach

(Greek: short, shortness, small [also expressed as "slow"])

Used in the sense of "abnormally small, short".

1. A metrical unit with unstressed-stressed-unstressed syllables; for example, remember.
2. A trisyllabic foot, the arrangement of the syllables of which is short, long, short in quantitative meter, or unstressed, stressed, unstressed in accentual meter; therefore, together is an accentual amphibrach.
A description of the abnormal shortness of the fingers and toes.
Abnormal shortness of the fingers and toes.
Characterized by an abnormal shortness of the fingers and toes.
A reference to an abnormal shortness of the fingers and toes.
Abnormal shortness of the fingers; or short, stubby fingers and toes.
brachydont, brachyodont (s); brachydonts, brachyodonts (pl) (nouns)
1. Teeth that have short crowns, well-developed roots, and only narrow canals in the roots: "Human's are considered to have teeth that are brachydonts."

"Human teeth are identified as being brachydonts."

2. Individuals that have one or more abnormally short teeth.
brachydontia (s) (noun)
The abnormal shortness of one or more teeth.
brachyglossal (adjective), more brachyglossal, most brachyglossal
Referring to an abnormally short tongue.
brachygnathia, brachygnathous
1. Abnormal shortness or recession of the mandible or lower jaw.
2. Having a receding underjaw (lower jaw).
Referring to an abbreviated, symbolic writing method which improves the speed of writing or brevity as compared to a normal method of writing a language.