dys-

(Greek: bad, harsh, wrong; ill; hard to do, difficult at; slow of; disordered; impaired, defective)

dyschromatopsy
dyschromatoptic
dyschromia, dyschromatous
1. Discoloration, as of the skin or fingernails and toenails.
2. Any abnormality of skin color.
dyschronous
Not agreeing as to time; separate as to time.
dyschronous, dyschronism
Disturbed time relation, especially that which occurs after transportation from one time zone to another that is five to ten hours ahead or behind.

This leads to disturbances of biological rhythms.

dyscinetic, dyskinetic (adjectives)
dyscoria
The abnormal shape or form of the pupil of the eye.
dyscrasia, dyscrasial, dyscrasic
1. A depraved condition of the bodily system and especially of the blood, due to constitutional disease.
2. Generally bad health.
dysdiadochokinesia, dysdiadochocinesia
Impairment of the ability to perform rapidly alternating movements.
dysdiadochokinesis, dysdiadochocinesis
dysdipsia
1. Difficulty in swallowing liquids; dysphagia for liquids.
2. Difficulty in drinking.
dysecdysis
An incomplete or otherwise disordered shedding of the skin (ecdysis) by a reptile; such as, that which results during a malnutrition or an excessively dry or cold environment.
dysembryoplasia
Fetal malformation occurring during the growth of the embryo.
dysemesia, dysemesis
Painful vomiting; retching.
dysemesis
Difficult or painful vomiting.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "bad, wrong": caco-, kako-; mal-; mis-; pessim-; sceler-.

Cross references directly, or indirectly, involving "slow, slowness, slow of, sluggish": lent-; tard-.