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hysteresis a lag in the effect on matter after a change in forces affecting it, esp. magnetic forces.
hysteria in an individual or group, an uncontrollable outburst of fear or other emotions, producing fits of weeping, laughter, irrational behavior, or the like. [2 definitions]
hysteric (usu. pl.; used with a sing. or pl. verb) an outburst of uncontrollable sobbing or laughter. [4 definitions]
hysterical of, concerning, or caused or characterized by hysteria. [3 definitions]
hysterotomy surgical incision of the uterus, as in a Caesarean section.
Hz abbreviation of "hertz," a unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second.
I1 the one who is speaking or writing and referring to himself or herself.
I2 symbol of the chemical element iodine.
I3 in Roman numeral notation, 1.
I. abbreviation of "Island" or "Isle" (used in a proper name).
i the ninth letter of the English alphabet. [2 definitions]
-ia pathological state; disease. [5 definitions]
IA abbreviation of "Iowa," a Midwestern U.S. state between Illinois and Nebraska.
Iago in Othello, the villain who causes Othello to suspect his wife of unfaithfulness and then murder her.
-ial a variant of -al1.
iamb in metric verse, a foot of two syllables in which the first is short and the second long, or the first unstressed and the second stressed.
iambus variant of iamb.
-ian a variant of -an.
-iana variant of -ana.
-iasis a process or condition, esp. a harmful or pathological one.
-iatric of or relating to (such) a type of healing or medical treatment.