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,
(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.
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.)
(||Syn"o*cha) n. [NL., fr. Gr. a holding together. See Synechia.] (Med.) See Synochus.
(Syn"o*chal) a. (Med.) Of or pertaining to synocha; like synocha. [Obs.]