cyano-, cyan-, kyano-, kyan-

(Greek: the color blue, dark blue)

cyanopathy (s) (noun) (no pl)
Bluish discoloration of the skin caused by the lack of oxygen in the bloodstream; cyanosis: Mrs. Smith rushed her baby to the hospital because of a lividness of the skin, and Dr. Thompson described it as being a case of cyanopathy which had to be treated instantly.
cyanophile (s) (noun), cyanophiles (pl)
Something that has an affinity to blue or green dyes: A double-stranded DNA is considered to be a cyanophile that possesses an attraction or affinity to the Eva Green dye which becomes fluorescent when binding with such a double-stranded DNA.
cyanophilous (adjective) (not comparable)
Regarding something that is attracted to blue or green dyes: A cyanophilous douple-stranded DNA and a single-stranded DNA can both bind with DNA.SYBR Green, a green fluorescent cyanine dye.
A chromatopsia in which objects appear tinged with blue.
1. A bluish discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes.

A sign that oxygen in the blood is dangerously diminished (as in carbon monoxide poisoning).

2. A condition in which the skin and mucous membranes take on a bluish color because there is not enough oxygen in the blood.