Synepy to Syphilis

(Syn"e*py) n. [Gr. sy`n with + a word.] (Rhet.) The interjunction, or joining, of words in uttering the clauses of sentences.

(Syn*er"e*sis) n. Same as Synæresis.

(Syn`er*get"ic) a. [Gr. fr. to work together; sy`n with + 'e`rgon work.] Working together; coöperating; as, synergetic muscles.

(Syn"er*gism) n. [See Synergetic.] (Theol.) The doctrine or theory, attributed to Melanchthon, that in the regeneration of a human soul there is a coöperation, or joint agency, on the part both of God and of man.

(Syn"er*gist) n. [Cf. F. synergiste.]

1. One who holds the doctrine of synergism.

2. (Med.) A remedy which has an action similar to that of another remedy, and hence increases the efficiency of that remedy when combined with it.

(Syn`er*gis"tic) a.

1. Of or pertaining to synergism. "A synergistic view of regeneration." Shedd.

2. Coöperating; synergetic.

(Syn"er*gy) n. [Gr. . See Synergetic.] Combined action; especially (Med.), the combined healthy action of every organ of a particular system; as, the digestive synergy.

(||Syn`ge*ne"si*a) n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. sy`n with, together + generation, birth.] (Bot.) A Linnæan class of plants in which the stamens are united by the anthers.

(Syn`ge*ne"sian Syn`ge*ne"sious) a. (Bot.) Having the stamens united by the anthers; of or pertaining to the Syngenesia.

(Syn*gen"e*sis) n. [Pref. syn- + genesis.] (Biol.) A theory of generation in which each germ is supposed to contain the germs of all subsequent generations; — the opposite of epigenesis.

(||Syng"na*thi) n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. sy`n with + jaw.] (Zoöl.) A suborder of lophobranch fishes which have an elongated snout and lack the ventral and first dorsal fins. The pipefishes and sea horses are examples.Syng"na*thous a.

(Syn"graph) n. [L. syngrapha, Gr. sy`n with + to write.] (Law) A writing signed by both or all the parties to a contract or bond.

(||Syn`i*ze"sis) n. [L., fr. Gr. fr. to sit together; sy`n with + to sit.]

1. (Med.) An obliteration of the pupil of the eye.

2. (Gram.) A contraction of two syllables into one; synecphonesis.

(||Syn`neo*ro"sis) n.; pl. Synneuroses [NL., fr. Gr. sy`n with + a sinew, ligament.] (Anat.) Syndesmosis.

(||Syn"o*cha) n. [NL., fr. Gr. a holding together. See Synechia.] (Med.) See Synochus. [Obs.]

(Syn"o*chal) a. (Med.) Of or pertaining to synocha; like synocha. [Obs.]

  By PanEris using Melati.

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