hydropically, adv.
/huy drop"ik/, adj. Pathol.
Also, hydropical.
[1580-90; < L hydropicus < Gk hydropikós, equiv. to hydrop- (s. of hýdrops) HYDROPS + -ikos -IC; r. ME ydropike < OF < L]

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