thymo-2, thym-, -thymia (emotions)

(Greek: thymos, spirit, soul; courage; breath, mind, emotions)

isothymia
Emotional equilibrium.
lipothymia, lipothymy
1. A fainting; a swoon.
2. To fall into a swoon; to faint.
lipothymial, lipothymic
Tending to swoon; fainting.
lipothymous
Pertaining, or given, to swooning; fainting.
lipothymy, lipothymia
Fainting, swooning.
megathymos
High-minded.
microthymos
Narrow-minded.
nosathymia
1. An incurable mental depression accompanying a disease.
2. Depression due to serious illness.
oxythymous
Quick-tempered; easily riled or angered.
parathymia
An emotional disorder in which the mood does not fit the real situation.
phrontistothymia
Neurosis caused by subjection to persistent anxiety.
poikilothymia
1. Extreme changes of mood.
2. A mental condition characterized by abnormal variations of mood.
pyroptothymia
A delusion in which one imagines being surrounded, or enveloped, by flames.
schizothyme
1. A mild form of schizophrenia: an introverted psychiatric condition that resembles a mild form of schizophrenia.
2. Resembling schizophrenia but remaining within the bounds of normality.
schizothymia
Tending toward an introverted temperament that while remaining within the bounds of normality still somewhat resembles schizophrenia.

Pointing to a page about a thymo-, gland, warty glanular growth, units The thymo words unit with "gland, warty glanular growth" applications.

Pointing to a page about a thymo-, spirit, soul, courage, units The thymo words unit with "thyme plants" applications.


Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving the "mind, mental" word units: anima-; anxi-; deliri-; hallucina-; menti-; moro-; noo-; nous; phreno-; psych-.