baryglossia (s) (noun)
, baryglossias (pl)
Indistinct speech due to a disorder of the tongue itself or of the nerves supplying it.
Indistinct, slow speech from any cause. The most frequent cause is a lesion in the central nervous system, as in general paresis and senile dementia.
Those structural changes in organisms that result from the effect of pressure or weight.
baryophobia (s) (noun)
, baryophobias (pl)
The unreasonable fear of becoming overweight or that one's child will become obese: Because of her baryophobia, Jane was very apprehensive about her daughter Sally getting fat, and so she put her on a diet which turned out to be insufficient to support her growth and development, and therefore she went to the doctor to get advice.
baryphony, baryphonia, baryphonic
1. A Heavy, thick quality of the voice.
2. Difficulty of speech; thick, indistinct speech.
1. The internal substance of the earth enclosed by the lithosphere.
2. The central core of the earth.
A male singing voice with a range lower than a tenor and higher than a bass, or a singer with this voice level; deep sounding.
A reference to a center of gravity.
1. Applicable to animals adaptable to great differences in altitude.
2. Tolerant of a wide range of atmospheric or hydrostatic pressures.
Of uniform (same) weight.
Oxygen therapy with pressures greater than one atmosphere or ambient oxygen pressure applied to the entire body in a chamber or room.
hypobaropathy (s) (noun) (no pl)
Sickness or disturbances experienced in high altitudes; high-altitude sickness: Hypobaropathy
is due to reduced air pressure and oxygen intake.
Hypobaropathy is caused by reduced barometric pressure and not always distinguished from hypobarism.
A line drawn on a weather map that connects places with equal atmospheric pressure over a given period or at a given time.
Isobars are often used collectively to indicate the movement or formation of weather systems.
Having constant or equal atmospheric pressure; relating to isobars.