(pathol) a persistent sensation of numbness and tingling in the hands and feet
acroparesthesia acroparesthesia ac·ro·par·es·the·sia (āk’rō-pār’ĭs-thē’zhə) n. numbness, tingling, or other abnormal sensations in one or more of the extremities.
any disease of the extremities. acropathy a·crop·a·thy (ə-krŏp’ə-thē) n. hereditary clubbing of the fingers and toes without an -ssociated progressive disease.
noun one who lives in the mountains, one who loves mountain word origin greek acro- ‘summit, peak’
a pathological fear of heights. noun abnormal fear or dread of being at a great height n. “morbid fear of heights,” 1887, medical latin, from greek akros “at the end, the top” (see acrid) + -phobia “fear.” coined by italian physician dr. andrea verga in a paper describing the condition, from which verga himself suffered. […]
the use of what was originally a logogram as a phonetic symbol for the initial sound of the word the logogram represented, as, in semitic writing, the use of a picture of a shepherd’s crook to represent the sound (l), the first sound of lamed, the hebrew word for a shepherd’s crook. the use of […]