-osis, -sis, -sia, -sy, -se

(Greek > Latin: a suffix; actor, process, condition, or state of; result of; expresses a state or abnormal condition or process of some disease)

Fungal infection of the external auditory meatus (a natural body passageway), usually by a species of Aspergillus, marked by pruritus (intense itching sensation) and exudative (escape of fluid) inflammation.
1. Mishearing or the alteration of words caused by the misapprehension of sound.
2. Incorrect hearing of words or the sounds of speech resulting in errors of speech perception and of verbal comprehension.
panhidrosis (s) (noun) (no plural)
Excessive sweating over the whole surface of the body: While Mark was working in his garden on a summer day, he was experiencing panhidrosis.
pathosis (s) (noun), pathoses (pl)
An outdated term for any kind of diseased condition: Judy found out that pathosis referred to an infected condition, to one of many kinds of diseases, or diseased entity.
Abnormal noninflammatory changes in the veins.
An obsolete term for sound-mindedness.
ponopalmosis (s) (noun) (no pl)
Outdated, a condition of irritating the heart when palpitation is excited by slight exertion: Dr. Smart noticed a condition of ponopalmosis occurring in Jim's heart just by a little bit of physical exertion causing it to beat rapidly, to pulsate, or to throb.
A water-soluble protein derivative formed during hydrolytic processes such as digestion that does not coagulate when heated and precipitates if mixed with certain sulfur-containing compounds.
1. Stripping bare of hair.
2. A term for hair that is falling off; depilation.
1. Living together, social life.
2. Association of two different organisms (usually two plants, or an animal and a plant) which live attached to each other, or one as a tenant of the other, and contribute to each other’s support.

Also more widely, any intimate association of two or more different organisms, whether mutually beneficial or not.

3. The biological association of two or more species for their mutual benefit.
4. The mutual cooperation or interdependence of two people, as mother and infant, or husband and wife; sometimes used to denote excessive or pathological interdependence of two persons.

Directions to a site that illustrates symbiosis. Here is more information and several illustrations about symbiosis.

tactile amnesia (s) (noun) (no plural)
The loss or the lack of the ability to understand the form and nature of objects that are touched; astereognosis: Since Judy had tactile amnesia she was unable to determine the shape of physical items, gadgets, or articles when feeling them with her fingers.
thrombosis (medicine)
tuberculosis (medicine)
A form of symbiosis among ants in which two colonies of different species live together on friendly terms without rearing their broods in common.