habit-, hab-, -hibit; habili-, habil-

(Latin: to dwell, to live; have, hold; that which may be easily handled, is suitable, fit properly; clothing)

1. Inhibiting or retarding the production of bodily heat.
2. Inhibiting or arresting thermogenesis.
3. Capable of exerting a negative effect on heat production by the body.
thermoinhibitory center, thermoregulatory center
A center located in the hypothalamus of the body concerned mainly with the regulation of heat production, heat inhibition, and heat conservation to maintain a normal body temperature.
uninhabitable (adjective), more uninhabitable, most uninhabitable
Not suitable to be occupied or lived in: After the severe flood, Jane's house was uninhabitable and needed major repair jobs done.
uninhabited, uninhibited
uninhabited (uhn" in HAB i tid) (adjective)
Not lived in by people: "Too often there were those who broke into the uninhabited house down the street until it was torn down and replaced with a new restaurant."
uninhibited (uhn" in HIB i tid) (adjective)
Able to express thoughts and feelings freely: "He is often the center of attention because he is so very uninhibited while talking quite openly about his feelings."

For his distance vacation, her cousin went to an uninhabited island; there he felt he could dance on the beach in an uninhibited manner and no one would be able to laugh at him.

visceroinhibitory (adjective), more visceroinhibitory, most visceroinhibitory
Acting or reducing the essential function of internal organs: Severe dehydration can cause a visceroinhibitory effect on the lungs and and other organs of the abdominal cavity.