emesi-, -emea, -emesis, eme-, emeto-, emet-, emeti-, -emetic +

(Greek: vomit; barf; puke; regurgitate, "throw up")

1. A sexual fetish in which an individual is aroused by vomiting or observing others vomit. When emetophiles put emetophilia into practice by actually vomiting, especially on a partner, it is called a Roman shower, after the supposed frequent induction of vomiting at Roman feasts.
2. Emetophilia may be related to emetophobia, the fear of vomiting. Many emetophiles, ironically, continue to fear vomiting themselves despite the amount of time they spend fantasizing about other people vomiting.
emetophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
An excessive anxiety pertaining to vomiting: Some people with this phobia avoid situations that might remotely provoke throwing up themselves or others throwing up, such as going on a boat, riding in a car, flying in an aircraft, riding in a roller-coaster, etc.
A belief in the therapeutic effect of vomiting.
Treatment by the induction of vomiting.
Vomiting of blood.
hyperemesis, hyperemetic
1. Marked by excessive vomiting.
2. Excessive, or severe, protracted vomiting.
1. Vomiting associated with the early stages of pregnancy.
2. Morning sickness.
The vomiting of caseous or curdy matter (nature or consistency of cheese), often seen in infants.