Membranes spread under other parts, as the pleura.
And Hypnobatasis, (from sleep, and to go). See Somnambulo.
(From sleep, and a discourse,) instructions relative to the due regulation of sleep and waking.
And Hypnoticus,(from sleep, and to cause). Hypnotics, medicines which procure sleep. See Anodyna.
A preposition signifying under; but, in composition it imports not only inferiority with respect to situation, but a remission or diminution.
(From under, and to smoke). See Suffimentlm.
(From sub, and carus). One who labours under a low degree of a carus.
(From sub, and purgo). A Slight Purging.
From under, and to burn). Sec Caladarium.
(From and an asperity of the fauces,) an asperity of the fauces and aspera arteria, occasioning a stridulous breathing.
(From to suffuse).
One who labours under a cataract.
See Hypochondriacus Morbus.
And Hypochysis, (from and to pour; because the ancients thought that the opacity proceeded from something running under the crystalline humour). See Cataracta.
(From under, and the cistus). The rape of Cistus; orobanche; cytinus hy-jiocistis Lin.; not inserted in the last edition of his species, but formerly referred to the genus asarum; asarum hypocystis Lin. Sp. Pl. 633. The inspissated juice of this plant is of a firm consistence, and a bright black colour; of a mild astringent taste; and of similar medical virtues with the Egyptian acacia, though differing from it by almost totally dissolving in rectified spirits of wine. See Raii Historia Plantarum; Lewis's Materia Medica. Both this and the acacia are equally disused; and both were employed in checking profluvia.