orexia

orexia
1. The affective and conative aspects of an act, in contrast to the cognitive aspect. 2. SYN: appetite. [G. orexis, appetite]

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  • orexia — |cs| s. f. 1. Apetite. 2. Desejo ou necessidade de tomar alimentos …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • -orexia — a combining form meaning desire, appetite, as specified by the initial element: anorexia. [ < Gk orexia. See OREXIS, IA] * * * …   Universalium

  • -orexia — ► sufijo Componente de palabra del gr. orexis , que significa apetito: ■ anorexia. * * * orexia Elemento sufijo del gr. «órexis», apetito: ‘anorexia’. * * * ► Sufijo procedente del gr. órexis, apetito: anorexia …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • -orexia — aff. a combining form meaning “desire”, “appetite,” as specified by the initial element: anorexia[/ex] • Etymology: < Gk orexia. See orexis, ia …   From formal English to slang

  • -orexia — ōˈreksēə, əˈ noun combining form ( s) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek orexis desire, appetite, longing + Latin ia y : desire : appetite …   Useful english dictionary

  • orexia — n. appetite, desire (Greek) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • -orexia — o·rex·ia …   English syllables

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  • Privative — A privative, named from Latin [ [http://lysy2.archives.nd.edu/cgi bin/words.exe?privare privare] , at William Whitaker s Words.] , to deprive , is a particle that negates or inverts the value of the stem of the word. In Indo European languages… …   Wikipedia

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