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hypothymia

 [hi″po-thi´me-ah]
abnormally diminished emotional tone, as in depression. adj., adj hypothy´mic.
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hy·po·thy·mi·a

(hī'pō-thī'mē-ă),
Depression of spirits; the "blues."
[hypo- + G. thymos, mind, soul]
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hy·po·thy·mi·a

(hī'pō-thī'mē-ă)
Depression of spirits; the "blues."
[hypo- + G. thymos, mind, soul]
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