-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.

poetomachia
A contest or quarrel among poets.
poetry
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.
prosopoeia
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.
sanguinopoietic
1. A reference to, or pertaining to, the formation of blood or blood cells.
2. The production of all types of blood cells.
sebopoiesis
The production of sebum.
thrombocytopoiesis
The production of platelets (thrombocytes).
thrombocytopoietic
A reference to the formation of blood platelets.
thrombopoiesis
The processes leading to the formation of mature platelets or thrombocytes.
thrombopoietic
1. A reference to the process of blood clot formation.
2. A descriptive term for the formation of blood platelets.
uropoiesis
The formation of urine by the kidneys.
uropoietic
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.