micracoustic mi·cra·cous·tic or mi·cro·cous·tic (mī’krə-kōō’stĭk)
micrencephaly mi·cren·ceph·a·ly (mī’krěn-sěf’ə-lē) or mi·cro·en·ceph·a·ly (mī’krō-ěn-) n. The condition of having an abnormally small brain.
[mahy-kruh-fahy] /ˈmaɪ krəˌfaɪ/ verb (used with object), micrified, micrifying. 1. to make small or insignificant.
1. a combining form with the meanings “small” (microcosm; microgamete), “very small in comparison with others of its kind” (microcassette; microlith), “too small to be seen by the unaided eye” (microfossil; microorganism), “dealing with extremely minute organisms, organic structures, or quantities of a substance” (microdissection; microscope), “localized, restricted in scope or area” (microburst; microhabitat), “(of […]
microabscess mi·cro·ab·scess (mī’krō-āb’sěs’) n. A very small circumscribed collection of white blood cells in solid tissues.