[dis-me-tree-uh] /dɪsˈmɛ tri ə/ noun, Pathology. 1. the inability to conform muscular action to desired movements because of faulty judgment of distance. dysmetria dys·me·tri·a (dĭs-mē’trē-ə, -mět’rē-ə) n. An inability or impaired ability to accurately control the range of movement in muscular acts.
dysmimia dys·mim·i·a (dĭs-mĭm’ē-ə) n.
[dis-nee-zhuh, -zhee-uh, -zee-uh] /dɪsˈni ʒə, -ʒi ə, -zi ə/ noun, Psychiatry. 1. an impairment of memory. dysmnesia dys·mne·sia (dĭs-nē’zhə, -zē-ə) n. A naturally poor or an impaired memory.
noun malformation; an abnormality in the shape or size of a body part; also called dysmorphism Examples People with body dysmorphia also feel great anxiety. Word Origin Greek ‘badness of form’
adjective malformed or misshapen; pertaining to an abnormality in the shape or size of a body part Examples He has a long, rather dysmorphic face. Word Origin Greek ‘badness of form’
[dzoo ng-gair-ee-uh, zoo ng-] /dzʊŋˈgɛər i ə, zʊŋ-/ noun 1. a region in N Sinkiang, China: a Mongol kingdom during the 11th to 14th centuries. /dzʊŋˈɡɛərɪə; zʊŋ-/ noun 1. another name for Junggar Pendi
noun a dialect of Tibet, the official language of the kingdom of Bhutan
/ˈzɒŋkə/ noun 1. the official language of Bhutan: a dialect of Tibetan
/zəʊ/ noun (pl) dzos, dzo 1. a variant spelling of zo
[jig-i-tahy] /ˈdʒɪg ɪˌtaɪ/ noun 1. . /ˈdʒɪɡɪˌtaɪ/ noun 1. a variant of chigetai