Hypezocos

Membranes spread under other parts, as the pleura.

Hypnobates

And Hypnobatasis, (from Hypnobates 4405 sleep, and to go). See Somnambulo.

Hypnologia

(From Hypnologia 4407 sleep, and a discourse,) instructions relative to the due regulation of sleep and waking.

Hypnopoeos

And Hypnoticus,(from Hypnopoeos 4409 sleep, and to cause). Hypnotics, medicines which procure sleep. See Anodyna.

Hypo

Hypo 4411 A preposition signifying under; but, in composition it imports not only inferiority with respect to situation, but a remission or diminution.

Hypocapni Sma

(From Hypocapni Sma 4412 under, and to smoke). See Suffimentlm.

Hypocarodes

And Hypercarothis,

(From Hypocarodes 4414 sub, and carus). One who labours under a low degree of a carus.

Hypocatharsis

(From Hypocatharsis 4416 sub, and purgo). A Slight Purging.

Hypocaustum

From Hypocaustum 4418 under, and to burn). Sec Caladarium.

Hypocerchnaleon

(From Hypocerchnaleon 4420 and an asperity of the fauces,) an asperity of the fauces and aspera arteria, occasioning a stridulous breathing.

Hypocheomenos

(From Hypocheomenos 4422 to suffuse).

One who labours under a cataract.

Hypochondriasis

See Hypochondriacus Morbus.

Hypochyma

And Hypochysis, (from Hypochyma 4427 and to pour; because the ancients thought that the opacity proceeded from something running under the crystalline humour). See Cataracta.

Hypocistis

(From Hypocistis 4429 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.