Webster's Unabridged Dictionary - Letter H - Page 62

Hypochlorous (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, chlorine having a valence lower than in chlorous compounds.

Hypochondres (n. pl.) The hypochondriac regions. See Hypochondrium.

Hypochondria (n.) Hypochondriasis; melancholy; the blues.

Hypochondriac (a.) Of or pertaining to hypochondria, or the hypochondriac regions.

Hypochondriac (a.) Affected, characterized, or produced, by hypochondriasis.

Hypochondriac (n.) A person affected with hypochondriasis.

Hypochondriacal (a.) Same as Hypochondriac, 2.

Hypochondriacism (n.) Hypochondriasis.

Hypochondriasis (n.) A mental disorder in which melancholy and gloomy views torment the affected person, particularly concerning his own health.

Hypochondriasm (n.) Hypochondriasis.

Hypochondria (pl. ) of Hypochondrium

Hypochondriums (pl. ) of Hypochondrium

Hypochondrium (n.) Either of the hypochondriac regions.

Hypochondry (n.) Hypochondriasis.

Hypocist (n.) An astringent inspissated juice obtained from the fruit of a plant (Cytinus hypocistis), growing from the roots of the Cistus, a small European shrub.

Hypocleida (pl. ) of Hypocleidium

Hypocleidiums (pl. ) of Hypocleidium

Hypocleidium (n.) A median process on the furculum, or merrythought, of many birds, where it is connected with the sternum.

Hypocoristic (a.) Endearing; diminutive; as, the hypocoristic form of a name.

Hypocrateriform (a.) hypocraterimorphous; salver-shaped.

Hypocraterimorphous (a.) Salver-shaped; having a slender tube, expanding suddenly above into a bowl-shaped or spreading border, as in the blossom of the phlox and the lilac.

Hypocrisies (pl. ) of Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy (n.) The act or practice of a hypocrite; a feigning to be what one is not, or to feel what one does not feel; a dissimulation, or a concealment of one's real character, disposition, or motives; especially, the assuming of false appearance of virtue or religion; a simulation of goodness.

Hypocrite (n.) One who plays a part; especially, one who, for the purpose of winning approbation of favor, puts on a fair outside seeming; one who feigns to be other and better than he is; a false pretender to virtue or piety; one who simulates virtue or piety.

Hypocritely (adv.) Hypocritically.

Hypocritic (a.) See Hypocritical.

Hypocritical (a.) Of or pertaining to a hypocrite, or to hypocrisy; as, a hypocriticalperson; a hypocritical look; a hypocritical action.

Hypocrystalline (a.) Partly crystalline; -- said of rock which consists of crystals imbedded in a glassy ground mass.

Hypocycloid (n.) A curve traced by a point in the circumference of a circle which rolls on the concave side in the fixed circle. Cf. Epicycloid, and Trochoid.

-tyla (pl. ) of Hypodactylum

Hypodactylum (n.) The under side of the toes.

Hypoderm (n.) Same as Hypoblast.

Hypoderma (n.) A layer of tissue beneath the epidermis in plants, and performing the physiological function of strengthening the epidermal tissue. In phanerogamous plants it is developed as collenchyma.

Hypoderma (n.) An inner cellular layer which lies beneath the chitinous cuticle of arthropods, annelids, and some other invertebrates.

Hypodermatic (a.) Hypodermic.

Hypodermic (a.) Of or pertaining to the parts under the skin.

Hypodermis (n.) Same as Hypoblast.

Hypodermis (n.) Same as Hypoderma, 2.

Hypodicrotic (a.) Alt. of Hypodicrotous

Hypodicrotous (a.) Exhibiting retarded dicrotism; as, a hypodicrotic pulse curve.

Hypogaeic (a.) Pertaining to, or obtained from, the peanut, or earthnut (Arachis hypogaea).

Hypogastric (a.) Of or pertaining to the hypogastrium or the hypogastric region.

Hypogastrium (n.) The lower part of the abdomen.

Hypogean (a.) Hypogeous.

Hypogene (a.) Formed or crystallized at depths the earth's surface; -- said of granite, gneiss, and other rocks, whose crystallization is believed of have taken place beneath a great thickness of overlying rocks. Opposed to epigene.

Hypogeous (a.) Growing under ground; remaining under ground; ripening its fruit under ground.

Hypogea (pl. ) of Hypogeum

Hypogeum (n.) The subterraneous portion of a building, as in amphitheaters, for the service of the games; also, subterranean galleries, as the catacombs.

Hypoglossal (a.) Under the tongue; -- applied esp., in the higher vertebrates, to the twelfth or last pair of cranial nerves, which are distributed to the base of the tongue.

Hypoglossal (n.) One of the hypoglossal nerves.

Hypognatous (a.) Having the maxilla, or lower jaw, longer than the upper, as in the skimmer.

Hypogyn (n.) An hypogynous plant.

Hypogynous (a.) Inserted below the pistil or pistils; -- said of sepals, petals, and stamens; having the sepals, petals, and stamens inserted below the pistil; -- said of a flower or a plant.

Hypohyal (a.) Pertaining to one or more small elements in the hyoidean arch of fishes, between the caratohyal and urohyal.

Hypohyal (n.) One of the hypohyal bones or cartilages.

Hyponastic (a.) Exhibiting a downward convexity caused by unequal growth. Cf. Epinastic.

Hyponasty (n.) Downward convexity, or convexity of the inferior surface.

Hyponitrite (n.) A salt of hyponitrous acid.

Hyponitrous (a.) Containing or derived from nitrogen having a lower valence than in nitrous compounds.

Hypopharynx (n.) An appendage or fold on the lower side of the pharynx, in certain insects.

Hypophosphate (n.) A salt of hypophosphoric acid.

Hypophosphite (n.) A salt of hypophosphorous acid.

Hypophosphoric (a.) Pertaining to, or derived from, or containing, phosphorus in a lower state of oxidation than in phosphoric compounds; as, hypophosphoric acid.

Hypophosphorous (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, phosphorus in a lower state of oxidation than in phosphoric compounds; as, hypophosphorous acid.

Hypophyllous (a.) Being or growing on the under side of a leaf, as the fruit dots of ferns.

Hypophysial (a.) Of or pertaining to the hypophysis; pituitary.

Hypophysis (n.) See Pituitary body, under Pituitary.

Hypophysis (n.) Cataract.

Hypoplastra (pl. ) of Hypoplastron

Hypoplastron (n.) The third lateral plate in the plastron of turtles; -- called also hyposternum.

Hypoptila (pl. ) of Hypoptilum

Hypoptilums (pl. ) of Hypoptilum

Hypoptilum (n.) An accessory plume arising from the posterior side of the stem of the contour feathers of many birds; -- called also aftershaft. See Illust. of Feather.

Hyporadii (pl. ) of Hyporadius

Hyporadius (n.) One of the barbs of the hypoptilum, or aftershaft of a feather. See Feather.

Hyporhachides (pl. ) of Hyporhachis

Hyporhachis (n.) The stem of an aftershaft or hypoptilum.

Hyposkeletal (a.) Beneath the endoskeleton; hypaxial; as, the hyposkeletal muscles; -- opposed to episkeletal.

Hypospadias (n.) A deformity of the penis, in which the urethra opens upon its under surface.

Hypostases (pl. ) of Hypostasis

Hypostasis (n.) That which forms the basis of anything; underlying principle; a concept or mental entity conceived or treated as an existing being or thing.

Hypostasis (n.) Substance; subsistence; essence; person; personality; -- used by the early theologians to denote any one of the three subdivisions of the Godhead, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Hypostasis (n.) Principle; an element; -- used by the alchemists in speaking of salt, sulphur, and mercury, which they considered as the three principles of all material bodies.

Hypostasis (n.) That which is deposited at the bottom of a fluid; sediment.

Hypostasize (v. t.) To make into a distinct substance; to conceive or treat as an existing being; to hypostatize.

Hypostatic (a.) Alt. of Hypostatical

Hypostatical (a.) Relating to hypostasis, or substance; hence, constitutive, or elementary.

Hypostatical (a.) Personal, or distinctly personal; relating to the divine hypostases, or substances.

Hypostatical (a.) Depending upon, or due to, deposition or setting; as, hypostatic cognestion, cognestion due to setting of blood by gravitation.

Hypostatically (adv.) In a hypostatic manner.

Hypostatize (v. t.) To make into, or regarded as, a separate and distinct substance.

Hypostatize (v. t.) To attribute actual or personal existence to.

Hyposterna (pl. ) of Hyposternum

Hyposternums (pl. ) of Hyposternum

Hyposternum (n.) See Hypoplastron.

Hypostome (n.) Alt. of Hypostoma

Hypostoma (n.) The lower lip of trilobites, crustaceans, etc.

Hypostrophe (n.) The act of a patient turning himself.

Hypostrophe (n.) A relapse, or return of a disease.

Hypostyle (a.) Resting upon columns; constructed by means of columns; -- especially applied to the great hall at Karnak.

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