geus-, geuma-, -geusia, -geusic, -geustia +

(Greek: taste)

oxygeusia (ahk" si GYOO see uh) (s) (noun), oxygeusias (pl)
An excessive sharpness or acuteness of the sense of taste; hypergeusia: Jeff's parents thought that their son had a case of oxygeusia because of his abnormal or morbid sensitivity of his sense of taste of the food his father prepared.
parageusia (par uh GYOO see uh; par uh JYOO see uh)
A disordered or perverted sense of taste.
parageusic (par uh GYOO sik; par uh JYOO sik)
A reference to a disordered or perverted sense of taste; parageusis.
parageustic (par uh GYOO stik; par uh JYOO stik)
A reference to a disordered, false, or perverted sense of taste.
picrogeusia (pi" kruh GYOO see uh)
A bitter taste.
pseudogeusesthesia (syoo doh gyoo" es THEE zia) (s) (noun), pseudogeusesthesias (pl)
A false sense of taste that is triggered by an association with a similar sensation: Based on Laura's childhood memories, every time she smelled peanut butter she experienced a pseudogeusesthesia in that she could taste it in her mouth even though she had not eaten it.
pseudogeusia (syoo doh GYOO see uh)
A subjective taste sensation not produced by an external stimulus.
pseudogeustic (syoo doh GYOOS tik)
Referring to a subjective taste sensation which is not produced by an external stimulus.
psychogeusic (sigh" koh GYOO sik)
1. A reference to the perception and interpretation of taste.
2. Relating to some mental perception of taste.