rhigo-, rhig-

(Greek: cold, frost; shiver)

arhigosis, arrhigosis
1. Lack of the perception of cold.
2. Inability to perceive cold.
3. Absence of the cold sense.
A colorless, volatile liquid distilled from petroleum and consisting primarily of pentane and butane, formerly used as a local anesthetic by freezing.
1. The perception or sense of cold.
2. The ability to feel cold.
Pertaining to, or characterized by, rhigosis or the ability to feel cold.

Cross references of word families that are related directly or indirectly to "winter, freezing, frost, and/or cold": algid- (cold, chilly); cheimo-, chimo- (winter, cold); crymo-, krymo- (cold, chill, frost); cryo-, kryo-; (cold, freezing); frigo-, frig- (cold, frost); gel-, gelati- (freeze, frost, congeal); hiber- (winter, wintry); pago- (cold, freezing); psychro- (cold).