norm-, normo-

(Latin: rule, pattern; normalis, "right angled, made according to a carpenter's or mason's square"; then, "conforming to common standards, usual")

normotonia (s) (noun), normotonias (pl)
1. A regular tone or tension of the muscles: During her regular annual medical checkup, Kitty's doctor found her normotonia to be consistent in both her upper and lower limbs (arms and legs).
2. Acceptable blood pressure: Astor referred to the chart next to the drug store blood pressure machine to see if he had normotonia.
normotonic (adjective), more normotonic, most normotonic
1. Relating to, or characterized by, an acceptable muscular quality or tension: Dr. Mistry assured her patient that her normotonic qualities were well within the reasonable condition for her age.
2. A reference to regular blood pressure: Dr. Goodman reassured Cal that he had the most normotonic blood pressure possible for anyone.
normotopia (s) (noun), normotopias (pl)
A condition in which there is an ordinary placement or location of an organ in the body: During the veterinarian anatomy courses which Pablo studied, he learned the normotopias for many common household pets.
normotopic, nomotopic (s) (noun); normotopics, nomotopics (pl)
The natural placement of a bodily organ in the body; or body organs that are situated in their conventional places: When the veterinarian palpated Karen's cat, she was able to determine her normotopic and come to the conclusion that she was in good contition.
normotrophic (adjective), more normotrophic, most normotrophic
Concerning acceptable growth and development of the physical parts of the body: The child improvement textbook contained the most up-to-dateĀ normotrophic information about the corporeal maturity of children.
normovolemia (s) (noun), normovolemias (pl)
The acceptable blood volume found in standard healthy individuals: Jack and Timothy, students in medical school, devised a project to determine whether there were differences in the normovolemias between men and women.
normovolemic (adjective), more normovolemic, most normovolemic
Characterized by having a natural volume or amount of blood in the body: Ancient doctors sometimes believed that the normovolemic condition of a body might change during an illness and introduced bleeding to restore proper blood levels.
normoxic (adjective) (not comparative)
1. A reference to a habitat that has a natural atmospheric level of oxygen: While hiking in the very high mountains where the oxygen levels in the atmosphere were thin, oxygen tanks were necessary for the hikers, Conrad and Errol, in order to maintain a more normoxic breathing.
2. Pertaining to having standard levels of oxygen in the body, etc.: The bedside monitor ensured that Joe received the normoxic amount of proper air to breath during his illness.
normoxicity (s) (noun), normoxicities (pl)
A condition of having an acceptable level of molecular oxygen at a level that fully supports aerobic life which is present in natural surroundings: Normoxicity is supposed to exist in biological habitats or environments.
paranormal (adjective), more paranormal, most paranormal
1. Characteristic of something that is apparently, or seems to be, outside the usual sensory channels: There are some people who believe Gertrude had paranormal powers and that she could determine whether a person was telling the truth or was trying to deceive others.
2. Descriptive of anything that can't be explained, or understood, in terms of ordinary scientific knowledge: The paranormal rainfall is far greater now than it has been in the past and no one seems to know why it has increased to such a significant degree.
paranormality (s) (noun), paranormalities (pl)
That which is beyond the range of typical experiences or scientific explanations: There are paranormalities that involve various phenomena; such as, telepathy or a medium's supernatural powers.
paranormally (adverb), more paranormally, most paranormally
Characteristic of claimed occurrences of events or perceptions for which there are no scientific explanations: Some paranormally amazing claims involve psychokinesis (moving objects using only mental or psychic powers), extrasensory perception, or other purportedly supernatural phenomena.
subnormal (adjective), more subnormal, most subnormal
1. A reference to having lower or less than average skills or functions: Jim had subnormal behavior in his psychological traits, intelligence, personality, and emotional responses.
2. Having less of something than is usual: Kate had subnormal body temperature when she went out into the cold weather as compared to the average person.
subnormality (s) (noun), subnormalities (pl)
A condition of being less than normal in intelligence or other mental traits: Andrew was born with a subnormality that affected his physical condition because of defective genes and other developmental deficiencies.
supernormal (adjective), more supernormal, most supernormal
Characteristic of anyone or anything going beyond what is average but still existing in a natural way: Matthew had a supernormal intelligence that amazed people whenever they talked with him about scientific phenomena or mathematical concepts.