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hypodynamia

[ hahy-poh-dahy-nam-ee-uh, -ney-mee-uh, -di- ]
/ ˌhaɪ poʊ daɪˈnæm i ə, -ˈneɪ mi ə, -dɪ- /
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noun Pathology.

diminished strength; adynamia.

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Origin of hypodynamia

<New Latin, equivalent to hypo-hypo- + Greek dýnam(is) power + -ia-ia

OTHER WORDS FROM hypodynamia

hy·po·dy·nam·ic [hahy-poh-dahy-nam-ik], /ˌhaɪ poʊ daɪˈnæm ɪk/, adjective
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