lymphectasia lym·phec·ta·si·a (lĭm’fĭk-tā’zē-ə, -zhə)
[lingks] /lɪŋks/ noun, plural lynxes (especially collectively) lynx for 1. 1. any of several wildcats of the genus Lynx (or Felis), having long limbs, a short tail, and usually tufted ears, especially L. lynx (Canada lynx) of Canada and the northern U.S., having grayish-brown fur marked with white. 2. genitive Lyncis [lin-sis] /ˈlɪn sɪs/ (Show […]
- Lymph corpuscle
lymph corpuscle or lymphatic corpuscle or lymphoid corpuscle n. A mononuclear type of white blood cell formed in lymph nodes, other lymphoid tissue, and blood.
combining form 1. indicating dispersion or dissolution: lyophilic, lyophilize, lyophobic lyo- pref. Dispersion; dissolution: lyophilic.
[lahy-uh-krat-ik] /ˌlaɪ əˈkræt ɪk/ adjective, Physical Chemistry. 1. noting a colloid owing its stability to the affinity of its particles for the liquid in which they are dispersed.