hygieio-, hygiei-, hygio-, hygi- +

(Greek: health, healthy, healthful, wholesome, sound [in body])

Adverse to health; insalubrious [salubrious, beneficial to or promoting health or well-being].
Hygeia, Hygea, Hygia
In Greek Mythology, the goddess of health, daughter of Aesculapius; health personified; by extension, a system of sanitation or medical practice.
Pertaining to Hygeia, or to health; healthy; relating to hygiene or medical science, sanitary.
1. Worship of health; excessive devotion to hygiene.
2. An obselete term for an extreme observance of the principles of hygiene.
Someone who is a specialist in hygiene; a sanitarian.
Relating to health; sanitary, hygienic.
The science of hygiene and sanitation; also, hygieology, hygiology.
Relating to hygiene, hygienic.
1. The science of health and its maintenance.
2. Cleanliness that promotes health and well being; especially, of a personal nature.
3. That department of knowledge or practice which relates to the maintenance of health; a system of principles or rules for preserving or promoting health; sanitary science.
1. Relating to the scientific study or principles of cleanliness and health.
2. A reference to health or its preservation.
3. Clean or free from disease-causing microorganisms.
4. Belonging or relating to hygiene; sanitary.
hygienical, hygienically
In a hygienic manner, in relation to hygiene.
Hygienic subjects or matters.
1. One who is skilled in the science of health and its maintenance. Synonym: hygieist.
2. Someone who specializes in hygiene, or in a specific branch of hygiene, such as, a dental hygienist.
Harmful to health.
The science of hygiene and sanitation, and the practice thereof.

Related "health" word families and articles: Health: Index; Hygeia > hygiene > health; iatro-, -iatrician; salu-; sana-, sani-.