pseudo-, pseud-

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

pseudogyny, pseudogynous
Use of a feminine name as a pseudonym; especially, by a male.
pseudohelminth
pseudohemophilia
pseudohermaphrodite (s) (noun), pseudohermaphrodites (pl)
Someone who has external genitalia of one sex and internal sex organs of the other sex: A pseudohermaphrodite is not a true hermaphrodite because there is no ambiguity in the sex of the external genitalia and hence no question about the gender of the individual at birth.
pseudohermaphroditism (s) (noun) (no plural form)
A condition in which an individual has the internal reproductive organs of one gender but the external genitalia of the other: Female pseudohermaphroditism is a form in which the affected individual is a genetic and gonadal female with partial masculinization.

Male pseudohermaphroditism is a type in which the person concerned is a genetic and gonadal male; however, with incomplete masculinization.

pseudohistory
False, pretended, counterfeit, spurious, or sham history.
pseudohydrophobia
1. An excessive fear of what is assumed to be hydrophobia, but which may only seem to be hydrophobia.
2. Any animal disease that has symptoms similar to rabies, but which is not.
pseudohypertrichosis
Persistence after birth of the fine hair present during fetal life, because of the inability of the bodily skin to throw it off.
pseudohypertrophic
Descriptive reference to an increase in the size of a bodily organ, or part of an organ, resulting from fatty or fibrous tissue.
pseudohypertrophy
An increase in size of an organ or a part, due not to an increase in size or the number of the specific functional elements but to that of some other tissue, fatty or fibrous.
pseudoicterus
A yellowish discoloration of the skin which is not a result of bile pigments,
pseudointellectual, pseudo-intellectual
"He was a real pseudo-intellectual."
pseudoism
pseudoisochromatic
pseudojaundice
A skin discoloration caused by blood changes and not a result of liver disease, as in carotenemia (presence of excess carotene, or orange-yellow to red crystalline pigment in the blood, often resulting in yellowing of the skin).