adipo-, adip-, adipos-

(Latin: fat, fatty; lard; of or pertaining to fat; fleshy)

adiposuria
The presence of fat in the urine; also lipuria.
adipsia (s) (noun), adipsias (pl)
1. The abnormal absence of thirst: Adrian was told that his lack of a desire to drink fluids, even when his body was low on water was diagnosed as adipsia which was resulting in an excess amount of salt in his body.
2. An abnormal avoidance of drinking: As people age, they have a tendency to have adipsia and so they are less likely to notice their thirst and may not drink sufficient fluids when they are needed.
adipsous
Serving to quench thirst; such as, a food or beverage.
adipsy
The absence of thirst.
anadipsia
Extreme thirst or intense thirst which refers to a sensation, often located in the mouth and throat, associated with a craving for drink that is ordinarily interpreted as a desire for water.
anadipsic
A descriptive word for excessive thirst usually of water.
epanadiplosis
1. A doubling; a rhetorical figure wherein a sentence begins and ends with the same word; as "Severe to his servants, to his children severe".
2. Use of a word at both the beginning and the end of a sentence; such as, "Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice."
fibroadipose
1. Relating to or containing both fibrous and fatty structures.
2. Fibrous degeneration of glandular tissue.
hydroadipsia
The absence of thirst for water.
hyperadiposis
An extreme degree of adiposis, or fatness.
hyperadiposity
paradipsia
1. A perverted appetite for fluids, ingested without relation to bodily needs.
2. An abnormally increased appetite for fluids, which are ingested without a bodily need.
scleroadipose
Composed of fibrous and fatty tissue.

Other related units of fat words: lard; lipo-; obeso-; oleo-; omento-; pimelo-; pio-; sebo-; steato-.