urin-, urino-, uric-, urico-, uri-, -uria, -urea, -ure
(Latin: water, rain, wet)
The presence of excessive amounts of protein in the urine which is usually a symptom of a kidney disorder.
Proteinuria which is not associated with kidney disturbance.
The presence of ptomaines in the urine.
Presence of purulent matter in the urine.
uresiaesthesia, uresiesthesia (s) (noun); uresiaesthesias, uresiesthesias (pl)
The normal impulse to pass water from the bladder: "When Brandon woke up in the morning, he was experiencing uresiaesthesia and so he went directly to relieve himself in the toilet."
uresiaesthesiastic, uresiesthesiastic (adjective); more uresiaesthesiastic, moreuresiesthesiastic; most uresiaesthesiastic, most uresiesthesiastic
Descriptive of the normal urge to take action to empty one's bladder: "After consuming several glasses of soft drinks at the dinner party, Hans became aware of his uresiaesthesiastic necessity to go to the lavatory; so, he excused himself and went to the latrine where he relieved himself of his uncomfortable condition."
uricaciduria (s) (noun) (no pl)
Excess uric acid or urates in the urine: Because Meg noticed a change in her bodily functions, she went to her doctor who, after analysing a blood sample, said that she suffered from uricaciduria, a kind of blood disorder that should be treated immediately.
The presence in the sweat of urinous materials; such as, uric acid, urea, etc.; sudor urinosus.
The desire to urinate.