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hypersonic of or pertaining to speeds equal to or greater than five times the speed of sound.
hyperstatic combined form of static.
hyperstimulate combined form of stimulate.
hyperstimulation combined form of stimulation.
hypersusceptibility combined form of susceptibility.
hypersusceptible combined form of susceptible.
hypertension abnormally high blood pressure, esp. the diastolic pressure, or the arterial disease characterized by it.
hypertext markup language a computer language used to create documents on the World Wide Web. (abbr.: html)
hyperthyroidism abnormal overactivity of the thyroid gland, which results in high metabolism and bulging of the eyeballs if unchecked.
hypertrophy an abnormal growth or enlargement of some body part, esp. such growth because of enlargement rather than proliferation of cells. [2 definitions]
hypertypical combined form of typical.
hyperventilation unusually rapid and deep breathing that causes a loss of carbon dioxide from the blood and can lead to dizziness or fainting.
hypervigilance combined form of vigilance.
hypervigilant combined form of vigilant.
hypervirulent combined form of virulent.
hyperviscosity combined form of viscosity.
hypha one of the stringlike vegetative parts of a fungus such as a mushroom.
hyphen a sign (-) used to join the parts of a compound word or to divide a word between syllables, as at the end of a line.
hyphenate to write, connect, or divide with a hyphen. [2 definitions]
hyphenless combined form of hyphen.
hypno- sleep. [2 definitions]