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Results for: abnormal, irregular, straying from the norm; deviant, perverse, not typical Translations: 1 – 30 / 348 English English abnormal, irregular, straying from the norm; deviant, perverse, not typical aberrant (about horses) having an abnormal bony growth on the foot ringboned (Medicine) abnormal enlargement of the thyroid gland (also goiter) goitre (Medicine) abnormal enlargement of the thyroid gland (also goitre), struma goiter (Medicine) outside of the normal place, outside of the normal place (as in an ectopic pregnancy), in an abnormal place or form ectopic (Medicine) pertaining to an adenoma, pertaining to a benign glandular tumor; pertaining to an abnormal increase in the number of cells in glandular tissue adenomatous (Medicine) pertaining to arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat); irregular, not rhythmic arrhythmical (Medicine) pertaining to arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat); irregular, not rhythmic, lacking rhythm arrhythmic (Medicine) pertaining to hydrocephalus, pertaining to an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the brain; affected with hydrocephalus hydrocephalic (Pathology) abnormal condition causing enlargement of the bones (in the hands, feet and head) acromegalia (Pathology) abnormal condition causing enlargement of the bones (in the hands, feet and head), disease involving abnormal growth acromegaly (Pathology) affected with an abnormal condition causing enlargement of the bones (in the hands, feet and head) acromegalic (Pathology) any of a number of diseases caused by an abnormal increase of white blood cells (also leucosis), leukemia in animals leukosis (Pathology) any of a number of diseases caused by an abnormal increase of white blood cells (also leukosis) leucosis (Pathology) of a neoplasm (abnormal tissue growth, tumor) neoplastic (Pathology) softening of an organ or tissue; abnormal craving for certain foods malacia a lunar lowland region of irregular shape. It is visible with the unaided eye as a dark area southeast of Mare Tranquillitatis. Mare Fecunditatis aberrancy, deviancy; distortedness, abnormality; stubbornness, obstinacy, perverse action, stubborn unreasonable behavior perversity able to change, changeable, fluctuating, inconstant; fickle; having a quantity that is unfixed; deviating from the norm, differing from the species norm, fluctuating design criterion, inconsistent, likely to blow differently, logic symbol, range of values variable abnormal accumulation of fluid, excessive traffic or people, having too much information to transfer, overcrowding; abnormal accumulation (of blood, etc.) congestion abnormal accumulation, break through secretly, get in position to do harm, permeate fluid through a substance, penetrate, pass in or through; cause to permeate, cause pass in or through, something which permeates; something which passes through tissues... infiltrate abnormal acidity of the blood (Medicine) acidemia abnormal amount of uncontrolled muscular movement (Medicine) hyperkinesia abnormal amount of uncontrolled muscular movement (Medicine) hyperkinesis abnormal appetite; eating disorder mainly affecting women (characterized by compulsive overeating followed by self-induced vomiting) bulimia abnormal area in X-ray, copy, dark area under eyes, darkened shape of something in light, darkness, darkness caused when light is blocked by an opaque object; darkness of twilight; trace, hint, follow, hint of something, in capacity of opposition count... shadow abnormal attraction to filth (Psychiatry) mysophilia abnormal bending of the toe hallux valgus abnormal bodily discharge, apply flux to, constant change, flow along or out, flow; flowing; fluidity, continual change; instability; material for soldering, glaze component, make or become fluid, melt; weld, fuse; flow, quantity of movement, rate of f... flux abnormal bony growth, outgrowth on a bone, protrusion on a bone osteophyte
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