cine-, cinem-, cinema-, cinemat-, cinemato-, -cinesia, -cinesis, -cinetic, -cinesias, -cineses, -cinetical, -cinetically

(Greek: move, movement, set in motion)

cinema verite
cinematics, kinematics
1. The science that deals with motions considered in themselves, or apart from their causes; the comparison and relation of motions.
2. The comparison and relation of motions or movements.
3. The branch of mechanics that studies the motion of a body, or a system of bodies, without consideration given to its mass or the forces acting on it.
4. The art of making motion pictures.
Pertaining, or referring, to cinematography (the discipline of making lighting and camera choices when recording photographic images for the cinema).
A motion picture filmed through a microscope.
cineplastics, cineplastic amputation
A method of amputation of an extremity (arm, leg, hand, foot, etc.) whereby the muscles and tendons are so arranged in the stump that they are able to execute independent movements and to communicate motion to a specially constructed prosthetic apparatus.
Motion picture study of successive images appearing on a fluoroscopic screen.
cinesalgia (s) (noun) (no pl)
Pain in a muscle when it is brought into action; kinesialgia: Peter experienced cinesalgia when he was doing exercises at the fitness studio.
cineseismography, kineseismography
1. A technique for measuring movements of the body by continuous photographic recording of shaking or vibration.
2. A photographic system for recording and measuring abnormal involuntary movements; its great advantage is that it obviates the need to attach any devices to the subject.
The world's first permanent IMAX (motion picture film format) theater, built in 1971.

Its design which is similar to that of Spaceship Earth is the icon of Walt Disney World's Epcot theme park.

It consists of a triodetic-domed structure (related to a geodesic dome, consisting of 1,490 acrylic glass bubbles and is illuminated at night).

dysdiadochokinesia, dysdiadochocinesia
Impairment of the ability to perform rapidly alternating movements.

Related "move, motion" word units: kine-; mobil-; mot-, mov-; oscillo-; seismo-; vibro-.