This is a list of words that end in ‘rrhea.’ A few words that end in ‘rrhea’ are no longer used in our current literature; therefore, you may not find the definition of those words in the dictionary.
We have divided this article into two sections. The first part gives ‘rrhea’ ending words with a definition. The latter part comes without a definition because those words are more obscure.
Abnormal absence or suppression of menses.
Excessive discharge of nitrogenous substances in the feces or urine.
An excessive secretion and discharge of mucus.
The excessive discharge of mucus from the air passages of the lung.
Excessive secretion of bile.
Abnormally frequent intestinal evacuations with more or less fluid stools; excessive flow.
A spontaneous flow of milk from the nipple.
A contagious inflammation of the genital mucous membrane caused by the gonococcus —called also clap.
A symptom of motor excitement exhibited as continual and incoherent writing.
A profuse watery discharge (as from the nose).
Abnormally profuse or prolonged menstrual flow.
A whitish viscid discharge from the vagina resulting from inflammation or congestion of the mucous membrane.
Excessive and often incoherent talkativeness or wordiness.
Normal menstrual flow.
Discharge of mucus especially when excessive.
Abnormally infrequent or scanty menstrual flow.
A discharge from the external ear.
Purulent inflammation of the sockets of the teeth leading usually to loosening of the teeth.
An abnormal discharge of secretion from the prostate gland especially when more or less continuous.
Excessive mucous secretion from the nose.
Flow : discharge.
Abnormally increased secretion and discharge of sebum.
Excessive salivation : hypersalivation —called also ptyalism.
Abnormally frequent or excessive emission of semen without orgasm.
An excess of fat in the stools.
Excessive flow of a juice or secretion.
The following words also end in rrhea; however, we couldn’t find definitions of these words from the Merriam-Webster dictionary.