syndrome etymology

English word syndrome comes from Ancient Greek συν-, Ancient Greek δρόμος

Detailed word origin of syndrome

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
συν- Ancient Greek (grc)
δρόμος Ancient Greek (grc)
σύνδρομος Ancient Greek (grc)
συνδρομή Ancient Greek (grc)
syndrome English (eng) (pathology) A recognizable pattern of signs, symptoms and/or behaviours, especially of a disease or medical or psychological condition.. Any set of characteristics regarded as identifying a certain type, condition, etc., usually adverse.

Words with the same origin as syndrome

Descendants of συν-
symbol sympathy symphony symptom sync synchro