hypomotile etymology

English word hypomotile comes from English hypo-, English motile

Detailed word origin of hypomotile

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
hypo- English (eng) (anatomy) Below; beneath; under.. (chemistry) Designating oxoacid and oxyanions with a low amount of oxygen.. (medicine) Deficient; less than normal.
motile English (eng) (psychology) A person whose prevailing mental imagery takes the form of inner feelings of action, such as incipient pronunciation of words, muscular innervations, etc. (biology) Having the power to move spontaneously.. (psychology) Of or relating to those mental images that arise from the sensations of bodily movement and position.. Producing motion.
hypomotile English (eng) Less than usually motile.

Words with the same origin as hypomotile

Descendants of hypo-
hypo hypoandrogenemia hypobasidium hypocalcified hypocingulum hypodermic hypodipsia hypodivergent hypogyration hypoinsulinaemia hypokinetic hypolith hypomethylated hypoosmolar hyporeactivity hyposecretory hypospray hypotension hypotensive hypothalamus hypothermic hypothromboplastinemia hypovolemic hypozeugma