a combining form used in the formation of compound words that denote mental disorders, as specified by the initial element: alexithymia; cyclothymia; dysthymia.
Origin of -thymia
< Greek, equivalent to thȳm(ós) soul, spirit, mind + -ia -ia
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n combining form
indicating a certain emotional condition, mood, or state of mindcyclothymia
Word Origin for -thymia
New Latin, from Greek thumos temper
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State or condition of mind:dysthymia.
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