hyperfructosemia etymology

English word hyperfructosemia comes from English fructose, English hyper-, English -emia ((chiefly, US).)

Detailed word origin of hyperfructosemia

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
fructose English (eng) (carbohydrate) A monosaccharide ketose sugar, formula C6H12O6.
hyper- English (eng) Excessive. Existing in more than three spatial dimensions. Linked non-sequentially. Over, above or beyond.
-emia English (eng) (chiefly, US).
hyperfructosemia English (eng) An abnormally high level of fructose in the blood.

Words with the same origin as hyperfructosemia

Descendants of fructose
fructosamine fructoside fructosuria fructosyl
Descendants of hyper-
hyperactive hyperalphalipoproteinemia hyperbaric hyperdrive hyperestrogenic hypergranularity hyperinstrument hyperinvasive hyperkähler hyperlacticemia hyperlipidaemia hypermeter hypermiling hyperoperator hyperrational hypersensitive hypersensitivity hypersleep hyperspace hyperspeed hypersynchronous hypertension hypertoxic hypertriacylglycerolemia hyperventilate
Descendants of -emia
abetalipoproteinemia acetaldehydemia acidemia carotenemia cupremia fibrinogenemia hyperargininemia hypercholesterinemia hyperglucagonemia hyperglyceridemia hyperglyoxylemia hyperketonemia hyperlipoproteinemia hyperpipecolatemia hyperthyroxinemia hyperuricemia hypocortisolemia hypouricemia lactatemia sarcosinemia thalassemic thrombocytemia tularemia urinemia