pseudo-, pseud-

(Greek: false, deception, lying, untrue, counterfeit; used as a prefix)

pseudogeusesthesia (syoo doh gyoo" es THEE zia) (s) (noun), pseudogeusesthesias (pl)
A false sense of taste that is triggered by an association with a similar sensation: Based on Laura's childhood memories, every time she smelled peanut butter she experienced a pseudogeusesthesia in that she could taste it in her mouth even though she had not eaten it.
pseudogeusia (syoo doh GYOO see uh)
A subjective taste sensation not produced by an external stimulus.
pseudogeustic (syoo doh GYOOS tik)
Referring to a subjective taste sensation which is not produced by an external stimulus.
pseudoglobulin (s) (noun), pseudoglobulins (pl)
A simple protein insoluble in sodium sulfate solutions or in half-saturated ammonium sulfate: Pseudoglobulin is soluble in pure water.
Referring to the aperture, or opening, between the false vocal cords, or neoglottis, after a surgical operation on the vocal cords.
1. The space between the the vestibular folds situated above the rima glottidis (space between the true vocal cords) in the laryngeal cavity (space between the organ at the upper end of the trachea below the root of the tongue).
2. The aperture, or opening, between the false vocal cords; also, neoglottis.
A spurious writing; a literary work purporting to be by another than the real author.
A false writing referring to a literary work which is given to someone who is not the actual author.
Relating to a false writing; a spurious document; a forgery.
1. The writing of words falsely, i.e. not according to the sound, or not according to usage.
2. False, incorrect, or bad spelling; an instance of this.
A parthenogenetic female, particularly in insects.
Enlargement of the male breast by an excess of adipose tissue without any increase in breast tissue.