Greek Root 23 (Path) Vocab
Vocab from Chapter 4 (Words Derived from Greek), Root 23 (Path) in Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student
Terms in this set (14)
path (patho, pathy)
lack of feeling, emotion, interest, or excitement; indifference
complete understanding of another's feelings, motives, etc.
quality in drama, speech, literature, music, or events that arouses a feeling of pity or sadness
sharing of another's trouble; compassion
transference of the thoughts and feelings of one person to another by no apparent means of communication
treatment of disease with minute doses of a remedy that, if given in massive doses to healthy persons, would produce effects like those of the disease
practitioner of osteopathy
treatment of diseases by manipulation of bones, muscles, nerves, etc.
due to disease
pertaining to mental illness
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