oxy-, -oxia, -oxic

(Greek: sharp, acute, pointed, keen; sour, acid, acidic, pungent)

oxyopter
The reciprocal of the visual angle, used as a measure of visual acuity.
oxyosmia
An abnormal acuteness of the sense of smell; oxyosphresia
oxyospheresia
Excessive, or abnormal, acuteness of the sense of smell.
oxypathia
1. Unusual acuity of sensation.
2. An acute condition.
3. A condition in which the body is unable to eliminate unoxidizable acids, which combine with fixed alkalies of the tissues and harm the organism.
oxyperitoneum
The introduction of oxygen into the peritoneal cavity.
oxypetalous
Having sharply pointed petals.
oxyphobe
Unable to tolerate soil acidity.
oxyphonia, oxyphony
Excessive acuteness or shrillness of the voice; the high pitch of the voice.
oxyphyllous
Having pointed leaves.
oxyphyte, oxyphytic
In botany, a plant that grows in an acidic environment.
oxyrhine, oxyrhinous
1. Sharp-nosed, sharp-snouted.
2. Possessing an acute sense of smell.
oxyrhynchous
Sharp-snouted; sharp billed.
oxysphere
1. The lithosphere or the solid, outer layer of the earth, consisting of the crust and upper mantle.
2. The geosphere or the combination of the earth’s lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere.
oxytaxis, oxytactic
A directed response of a motile organism to an oxygen stimulus.
oxythymous
Quick-tempered; easily riled or angered.

Cross references of word families that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "sour, sharp": acerb-; aceto-; acid-; acies- (not "sour"); acuto- (not "sour"); pung- (not "sour").