-poeia, -poie, -peia, -poiesis, -poesis, -poeic, -poetic, -poietic, -poetical, -poietical +

(Greek: making, producing, creating, creative, forming, formation)

In medical terminology, the "creation" or "production" of that which is named by the combining root.

A contest or quarrel among poets.
1. The creative art or work of a poet.
2. Poems regarded as forming a division of literature.
3. The poetic works of a given author, group, nation, or kind.
4. A piece of literature written in meter; verse.
5. Prose that resembles a poem in some respect, as in form or sound.
6. The essence or characteristic quality of a poem.
7. A quality that suggests poetry, as in grace, beauty, or harmony: the poetry of the dancer's movements.
1. A rhetorical figure based on the introduction of a pretended speaker.
2. The rhetorical figure by which an inanimate object or abstract entity is impersonated.
prosopopoeia, prosopopeia
1. Personification, as of inanimate things.
2. A figure of speech in which an imaginary, absent, or deceased person is represented as speaking or acting.
rhythmopoeia, rhymopoeia
The creation of rhythmic music.
1. A reference to, or pertaining to, the formation of blood or blood cells.
2. The production of all types of blood cells.
sebopoiesis (s) (noun), sebopoieses (pl)
The production of sebum: Sebastian wondered if glands, ducts, or follicles always had the ability of sebopoiesis, or the creation of an oily secretion, even in an older person.
The production of platelets (thrombocytes).
A reference to the formation of blood platelets.
The processes leading to the formation of mature platelets or thrombocytes.
1. A reference to the process of blood clot formation.
2. A descriptive term for the formation of blood platelets.
The formation of urine by the kidneys.
1. A reference to the production of, or favoring the production of, urine.
2. Of, pertaining to, or designating, a system of organs which eliminate nitrogenous waste matter from the blood of certain invertebrates.