hémagogue


hémagogue
hémagogue [emagɔg] adj. et n. m.
ÉTYM. 1800, in D. D. L.; grec haimagôgos, de héma-, et suff. -agogue.
Méd. Se dit d'une substance qui facilite l'écoulement des règles.

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  • hémagogue — (é ma go gh ) adj. Terme de médecine. Qui provoque le flux menstruel ou le flux hémorrhoïdal. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Héma...., et qui emmène (en grec) …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • -agogue — agogue, agogie ♦ Groupes suffixaux, du gr. agôgos, et agôgia, de agein « mener, conduire ». agogie, agogue Suffixe, du gr. agôgos, qui conduit . I. ⇒ AGOGUE1, AGOGIE, AGOGIQUE, suff. Suff. signifiant l idée de conduire vers, de mener ou d amener …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • -agogue — a combining form with the meaning leader, bringer, of that named by the initial element, occurring in loanwords from Greek (demagogue; pedagogue); used also in medical terms that denote substances inducing the expulsion or secretion of that named …   Universalium

  • -agogue — or agog aff. a combining form with the meaning “leader, bringer,” of that named by the initial element, occurring in loanwords from Greek (demagogue; pedagogue); used also in medical terms that denote substances inducing expulsion or secretion… …   From formal English to slang


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