biorhythm

[bahy-oh-rith-uh m]
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Origin of biorhythm

First recorded in 1960–65; bio- + rhythm
Related formsbi·o·rhyth·mic, adjectivebi·o·rhyth·mic·i·ty [bahy-oh-rith-mis-i-tee] /ˌbaɪ oʊ rɪðˈmɪs ɪ ti/, nounbi·o·rhyth·mist, bi·o·rhyth·mi·cist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for biorhythm

biorhythm

noun
  1. a cyclically recurring pattern of physiological states in an organism or organ, such as alpha rhythm or circadian rhythm; believed by some to affect physical and mental states and behaviour
Derived Formsbiorhythmic, adjectivebiorhythmically, adverb
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Word Origin and History for biorhythm
n.

also bio-rhythm, 1960, from bio- + rhythm. Related: Biorhythmic.

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biorhythm in Medicine

biorhythm

[bīō-rĭð′əm]
n.
  1. A biologically inherent cyclic variation or recurrence of an event or state, such as sleep cycles and circadian rhythms.
Related formsbi′o•rhythmic (-rĭðmĭk) adj.
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biorhythm in Science

biorhythm

[bīō-rĭð′əm]
  1. A recurring biological process, such as sleep, that is controlled by the circadian rhythms of an organism. See more at circadian rhythm.
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