Origin of emesis
Examples from the Web for hyperemesis
Contemporary Examples of hyperemesis
Hyperemesis Gravidarum is very acute morning sickness, which may require supplementary hydration, medication and nutrients.Second Royal Baby for Kate
September 8, 2014
Kate made her first trip out of doors last night since hyperemesis gravidarum became part of our vocabulary.Kate's First Trip Out Since Morning Sickness Struck
December 17, 2012
She will remain in hospital at present and will continue to be treated for Hyperemesis Gravidarum.'Kate Middleton Feeling Better, But Will Stay in Hospital
December 4, 2012
So what, other than a five-dollar Latin term, is hyperemesis gravidarum?
According to reports, she has hyperemesis gravidarum, the evil older sister of morning sickness.
- the technical name for vomitingSee vomit
Word Origin for emesis
Word Origin and History for hyperemesis
"action of vomiting," 1875, medical Latin, from Greek emesis, from emein "to vomit" (see emetic).
- Excessive vomiting.
- The act or process of vomiting.