hydropic

or hy·drop·i·cal

[hahy-drop-ik or hahy-drop-i-kuh l]

Origin of hydropic

1580–90; < Latin hydrōpicus < Greek hydrōpikós, equivalent to hydrōp- (stem of hýdrōps) hydrops + -ikos -ic; replacing Middle English ydropike < Old French < Latin
Related formshy·drop·i·cal·ly, adverb
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Examples from the Web for hydropic

Historical Examples of hydropic

  • If only the cavity of the thorax is hydropic, the pulse is not quick nor irregular.

    Zoonomia, Vol. II

    Erasmus Darwin