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Meanings of Philotheism:

noun

Love of god.

Meanings of Philotheistic:

adjective

Characterized by love of god.

Philter

ˈfɪltə

Meanings of Philter:

noun

A drink supposed to arouse love and desire for a particular person in the drinker; a love potion.

Usage examples:

His philtres and potions

Philters

ˈfɪltə

Meanings of Philters:

noun

A drink supposed to arouse love and desire for a particular person in the drinker; a love potion.

Usage examples:

His philtres and potions

Meanings of Philtre:

noun

A drink supposed to arouse love and desire for a particular person in the drinker; a love potion.

Usage examples:

His philtres and potions

Philtres

ˈfɪltə

Meanings of Philtres:

noun

A drink supposed to arouse love and desire for a particular person in the drinker; a love potion.

Usage examples:

His philtres and potions

Meanings of Philtrum:

noun

The vertical groove between the base of the nose and the border of the upper lip.

Usage examples:

A 37-year-old woman presented for evaluation of a scar on her philtrum.

Phimosis

fʌɪˈməʊsɪs

Meanings of Phimosis:

noun

A congenital narrowing of the opening of the foreskin so that it cannot be retracted.

Usage examples:

Circumcision will prevent several conditions that cause an accumulation of fluid and swelling aroun…

Phis

faɪ

Meanings of Phis:

noun

The twenty-first letter of the greek alphabet ( φ, φ ), transliterated as ‘ph’ or (in modern greek) ‘f’.

Meanings of Phit:

exclamation

Representing various sounds, especially of a short explosive nature, as the brief rapid expulsion of air, the sound made by a rifle bullet, etc. also as noun compare "phut".

Meanings of Phiz:

noun

A person's face or expression.

Usage examples:

It was enough to paste his phiz on the cover of time magazine
proper noun

(1815–82), english illustrator; pseudonym of hablot knight browne. he illustrated many of dickens's works, including martin chuzzlewit, pickwick papers, and bleak house. he took his pseudonym to complement dickens's ‘boz’.

Phizes

fɪz

Meanings of Phizes:

noun

A person's face or expression.

Usage examples:

It was enough to paste his phiz on the cover of time magazine
proper noun

(1815–82), english illustrator; pseudonym of hablot knight browne. he illustrated many of dickens's works, including martin chuzzlewit, pickwick papers, and bleak house. he took his pseudonym to complement dickens's ‘boz’.

Phizog

ˈfɪzɒɡ

Meanings of Phizog:

noun

A person's face or expression.

Usage examples:

He has a constant look of surprise on his fizzog

Meanings of Phlebectasia:

noun

Abnormal dilatation of a vein or veins; an instance or type of this; a varix; a venous aneurysm.

Meanings of Phlebectasis:

noun

= phlebectasia .

Phlebitis

flɪˈbʌɪtɪs

Meanings of Phlebitis:

noun

Inflammation of the walls of a vein.

Usage examples:

Besides ulceration, lower leg edema can lead to tortuous varicosities, phlebitis, deep vein thrombo…

Meanings of Phlebogram:

noun

A graphic recording of a venous pulse.

Phlebography

flɪˈbɒɡrəfi

Meanings of Phlebography:

noun

Another term for venography.

Meanings of Phlebolith:

noun

A calcified concretion in a vein or vascular malformation; an area of calcification in a thrombus.

Meanings of Phlebological:

adjective

Of or relating to phlebology.

Meanings of Phlebology:

noun

A branch of medical science dealing with the veins, now especially with their diseases and treatment.

Meanings of Phleborrhexis:

noun

Rupture of a vein or veins.

Meanings of Phlebosclerosis:

noun

Fibrosis of the wall of a vein.

Meanings of Phlebothrombosis:

noun

Thrombosis of a vein, now especially when not associated with inflammation; an instance of this.

Meanings of Phlebotomic:

adjective

Of or relating to phlebotomy. also in extended use: designating or relating to bloodsucking insects.

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