dysuria

[dis-yoo-ree-uh, dis-yoo r-ee-uh]

Origin of dysuria

1350–1400; < New Latin < Greek dysouríā. See dys-, ur-1, -ia; replacing earlier dysury, Middle English dissure, dissuria (< Middle French) < Medieval Latin < Greek
Related formsdys·u·ric, adjective
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dysuria

noun
  1. difficult or painful urination
Derived Formsdysuric, adjective

Word Origin for dysuria

C14: via Latin from Greek dusouria, from dys- + -uria
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dysuria in Medicine

dysuria

[dĭs-yurē-ə]
n.
  1. Difficult or painful urination.
Related formsdys•uric (-yurĭk) adj.
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