neuropath etymology

English word neuropath comes from English neuro-, English -path

Detailed word origin of neuropath

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
neuro- English (eng) Forming compound words relating to nerves, nerve tissue, or the nervous system.
-path English (eng) Used to form nouns indicating someone with a particular capability, as a type of remedial treatment. Used to form nouns indicating someone with a particular disorder.
neuropath English (eng) One who focuses on nervous conditions in pathology.. One who suffers from, or is predisposed to, some disease of the nervous system.

Words with the same origin as neuropath

Descendants of neuro-
neurobiology neurobrucellosis neurochemical neurofibromatosis neurogenic neurohypnology neuroinformation neurologist neuroma neuroscience neuroscientist neurosecretion neurosemantics neurosis neurosteroid neurosurgeon neurosurgery neurosurgical neurotheological neurotic neurotoxicology neurotoxin neurotransmitter neurovascular neuroweapon
Descendants of -path
allopath homeopath narcopath osteopath sociopathy technopath theopath