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Dys vs. Eu Bad, ill, difficult vs. Good,well, advantages
1:dysentry (n) \di-s ə n-ter-ē, -te-rē\ A serious disease that causes severe diarrhea and loss of blood
2.Dysfunction\dis-fəŋ(k)-shən\ the state of being unable to function in a normal way treatment for sexual dysfunction
-Lexia : reading (Greek) Dyslexia: \dis-lek-sē-ə\a condition in the brain that makes it hard for a person to read, write, and spell
Dyslogistic \dis-lə-jis-tik\(adj) Expressing a low opinion of someone or something, Uncomplimentary, the belief that someone or something is bad or wrong
Pepsia:digestion Dyspepsia: \dis-pep-shə, -sē-ə\ (n) : pain in the area of your stomach caused by a difficulty in digesting food
(from Greek) Eating; consuming :phago Dysphagia\dis-fā-j(ē-)ə\(n) : difficulty in swallowing
dysphasia\dis-fā-zh(ē-)ə\(n) language disorder marked by deficiency in the generation of speech, and sometimes also in its comprehension, due to brain disease or damage; speech difficulty
(n) \dis-fōr-ē-ə\ :Dysphoria A sense of great unhappiness or dissatisfaction New Latin, from Greek dusphoriā, distress, from dusphoros, hard to bear
TOPIA: In the Greek, this is the root word for "place.“ The Greek root dys means "bad." So a dystopia is a bad place to live.
Dystopia is an imaginary community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is literally translated as "not-good place", an antonym of utopia.
\dis-trə-fē\(n) Dystrophy a disorder in which an organ or tissue of the body wastes away. Nail dystrophy
Eugenics\yü-je-niks\ (n): a science that tries to improve the human race by controlling which people become.parents
(v) \yü-lə-jīz\ Eulogize : to say or write good things about (someone or something); especially : to praise (someone who has died) in a eulogy
(n) good digestion Eupepsia\yu̇-pep-shə, -sē-ə\
euphemism\yü-fə-mi-zəm\ a mild or pleasant word or phrase that is used instead of one that is unpleasant or offensive
euphonious\yü-fō-nē-əs\(adj) having a pleasant sound
euphoria\yü-fȯr-ē-ə\ a feeling of great happiness and excitement
Euthanasia\yü-thə-nā-zh(ē-)ə\ : the act or practice of killing someone who is very sick or injured in order to prevent any more suffering
euthenics \yü-the-niks, yü-thə-\ a science that deals with development of human well- being by.improvement of living conditions
EU: “good,” “well,” “advantageous” (EU means the opposite of DYS.) Eugenics (n.) \yu̇-ˈjen-iks\ science dealing with improving hereditary qualities( e.g.,
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