therm

therm

[thurm]
Also, therme.


Origin:
1885–90; < Greek thérmē heat

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therm-

variant of thermo- before a vowel: thermesthesia.

-therm

variant of thermo- as final element in compound words: isotherm.

therm.

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therm (θɜːm)
 
n
(Brit) a unit of heat equal to 100 000 British thermal units. One therm is equal to 1.055 056 × 108 joules
 
[C19: from Greek thermē heat]

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therm- pref.
Variant of thermo-.

-therm suff.
An organism having a specified kind of body temperature: exotherm.

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therm.
thermometer
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