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dys-

 
word element [Gr.], bad; difficult; disordered.

dys-

(dis), This Greek prefix denotes difficulty (dyspnea), pain (dysmenorrhea), or trouble (dyskinesia). There is currently a tendency to include these meanings among those of the Latin prefix dis- (or to respell dys- as dis-).
Bad, difficult, un-, mis-; opposite of eu-.
[G.]

dys-

prefix [Gr.], bad; difficult; disordered.

dys-

prefix meaning "bad, painful, disordered": dysadrenia, dysbolism, dysmnesia.

dys-

Medtalk prefix Greek; abnormal, bad, impaired, mis-, not good, difficult, nonfunctional

dys-

Prefix meaning bad, difficult, un-, mis-; opposite of eu-.
Compare: dis-
[G.]

dys-

Prefix denoting disordered, defective, difficult, bad or abnormal.

dys-

prefix. [Gr.] bad, difficult, disordered.