Physianthropy
Physianthropy Phys`i*an"thro*py, n. [Gr. fy`sis nature + ? man.] The philosophy of human life, or the doctrine of the constitution and diseases of man, and their remedies. [1913 Webster]

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  • physianthropy — phys·i·an·thro·py …   English syllables

  • physianthropy — ˌfizēˈan(t)thrəpē noun ( es) Etymology: physi + anthrop + y : the study of the constitution of man and his diseases and their remedies …   Useful english dictionary

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