- good digestion (opposed to dyspepsia).
Also eu·pep·sy [yoo-pep-see] /ˈyu pɛp si/.
Origin of eupepsia
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Related Wordsabsorption, metabolism, energy, strength, well-being, fitness, ingestion, assimilation, pink, prime, constitution, form, fettle, healthiness, euphoria, complexion, heartiness, bloom, hardihood, healthfulness
Examples from the Web for eupepsia
The patron saint of its Chief is St. Pancreas and his eupepsia is reflected in his subordinates.
- physiol good digestion
C18: from New Latin, from Greek, from eu- + pepsis digestion, from peptein to digest
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- Good digestion.
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