hyp


hyp
hyp·abyssal;
hyp·acu·sic;
hyp·algesia;
hyp·al·lac·tic;
hyp·apophysis;
hyp·arterial;
hyp·automorphic;
hyp·axial;
hyp·es·the·sia;
hyp·na·ce·ae;
hyp·na·gog·ic;
hyp·nea;
hyp·no·analysis;
hyp·no·bryales;
hyp·no·cyst;
hyp·no·gen·e·sis;
hyp·no·ge·net·ic;
hyp·nog·e·nous;
hyp·nol·o·gy;
hyp·none;
hyp·no·pho·bia;
hyp·no·pom·pic;
hyp·no·sis;
hyp·no·sperm;
hyp·no·sporangium;
hyp·no·spore;
hyp·no·therapeutic;
hyp·no·therapy;
hyp·not·i·cal·ly;
hyp·no·tism;
hyp·no·tist;
hyp·no·tiz·abil·i·ty;
hyp·no·tiz·able;
hyp·no·tize;
hyp·no·toxin;
hyp·num;
hyp·o·crise;
hyp·o·crit·i·cal;
hyp·o·gene;
hyp·o·pus;
hyp·or·che·ma;
hyp·pish;
hyp·si·brachycephalic;
hyp·si·brachycephalism;
hyp·si·brachycephaly;
hyp·si·ceph·al;
hyp·si·ce·phal·ic;
hyp·si·conch;
hyp·si·cra·ni·al;
hyp·si·dolichocephalic;
hyp·si·dolichocephalism;
hyp·si·dolichocephaly;
hyp·si·dont;
hyp·sil·i·form;
hyp·si·loid;
hyp·si·loph·o·don;
hyp·si·loph·o·dont;
hyp·si·prym·no·don;
hyp·sis·tar·i·an;
hyp·si·stenocephalic;
hyp·si·sten·o·ceph·a·lism;
hyp·si·stenocephaly;
hyp·so·chrome;
hyp·so·dont;
hyp·so·dont·ism;
hyp·so·donty;
hyp·sog·ra·phy;
hyp·so·isotherm;
hyp·som·e·ter;
hyp·so·met·ric;
hyp·som·e·try;
hyp·so·phyll;
nar·co·hyp·nia;
hyp·no·therapist;
hyp;
hyp·noid;
hyp·not·ic;
hyp·o·crite;
hyp·acou·sic;
hyp·al·gia;
hyp·axonic;
hyp·na·ceous;
hyp·no·ge·net·i·cal·ly;
hyp·no·gog·ic;
hyp·noi·dal;
hyp·no·pho·by;
hyp·no·spo·ric;
hyp·no·tise;
hyp·o·crit·ic;
hyp·o·crit·i·cal·ly;
hyp·o·crize;
hyp·or·cheme;
hyp·si·ceph·a·lous;
hyp·si·con·chy;
hyp·si·cra·nic;
hyp·si·cra·ny;
hyp·so·chro·mic;
hyp·so·met·ri·cal;
hyp·so·phyl·lar;
hyp·so·phyl·lary;
hyp·so·phyl·lous;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • hyp- — Hyp ↑ hypo , Hypo . * * * hyp , Hyp : ↑ hypo , Hypo . * * * hyp , Hyp : ↑hypo , ↑Hypo . hy|po , Hy|po , (vor Vokalen auch:) hyp , Hyp …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hyp- — Hyp ↑ hypo , Hypo . * * * hyp , Hyp : ↑ hypo , Hypo . * * * hyp , Hyp : ↑hypo , ↑Hypo . hy|po , Hy|po , (vor Vokalen auch:) hyp , Hyp [griech. hypó] <Best. in Zus. mit der Bed.:> …   Universal-Lexikon

  • hyp... — hyp..., Hyp... 〈in Zus.〉 = hypo..., Hypo... * * * hyp...,   Präfix, hypo …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hyp... — hyp..., Hyp... 〈in Zus.〉 = hypo..., Hypo... * * * hyp...,   Präfix, hypo …   Universal-Lexikon

  • hyp — udråbsord; hyp, alle mine heste …   Dansk ordbog

  • Hyp — Hyp, n. An abbreviation of hypochonaria; usually in plural. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] Heaven send thou hast not got the hyps. Swift. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hyp — Hyp, v. t. To make melancholy. [Colloq.] W. Irving …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hypæpa — or Hypaepa (Ύπαιπα or Ύπηπα) was a city in Lydia, on the southern slope of the Tmolus, looking towards the plain of Caystrus. The goddess Artemis Persica was worshipped there, and its women were noted for their beauty and their skill in dancing.… …   Wikipedia

  • hyp... — hyp…, Hyp… 〈in Zus.〉 = hypo…, Hypo… …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • Hyp... — hyp…, Hyp… 〈in Zus.〉 = hypo…, Hypo… …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch


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