the excessive production of sweat.
Origin of hidrosis
1890–95; < Greek hídrōsis sweating, equivalent to hidrō-, variant stem of hidroûn to sweat, verbal derivative of hidrṓs sweat + -sis -sis
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Word Origin for hidrosis
C18: via New Latin from Greek: sweating, from hidrōs sweat
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n. pl. hi•dro•ses (-sēz)
The formation and excretion of sweat.
Sweat, especially in excessive or abnormal amounts.
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