Brady

[ brey-dee ]
/ ˈbreɪ di /
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noun

James BuchananDiamond Jim, 1856–1917, U.S. financier, noted for conspicuously extravagant living.
Mathew B.,1823?–96, U.S. photographer, especially of the Civil War.
a male given name.

brady-

a combining form meaning “slow,” used in the formation of compound words: bradytelic.

Origin of brady-

< Greek, combining form of bradýs slow, heavy

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British Dictionary definitions for brady

brady-

combining form

indicating slownessbradycardia

Word Origin for brady-

from Greek bradus slow

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Word Origin and History for brady

brady-

medical word-forming element meaning "slow, delayed, tardy," from Greek bradys "slow;" e.g. bradycardia (1890), with Latinized form of Greek kardia "heart;" bradykinesia, "slow movement," with Greek kinesis "movement, motion;" bradypnea, with Greek pneo/pnein "to breathe."

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Medicine definitions for brady

brady-

pref.

Slow:bradycardia.

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