(thī) adjective. The possessive form of thou. Used as a modifier before a noun, kamu, -mu.
(tīm) noun. Any of several aromatic Eurasian herbs or low shrubs of the genus Thymus, especially T. vulgaris, of southern Europe, having small, white to lilac flowers grouped in headlike clusters, (daun) thyme.
(thī-mĕkʹtə-mē) noun. plural thymectomies. Surgical removal of the thymus, timektomi
(thīʹmĭk) adjective. Of or relating to the thymus, timus
(thīʹmēn´) noun. A pyrimidine base, C5H6N2O2, that is an essential constituent of DNA, timina
(thīʹmə-sīt´) noun. A lymphocyte that derives from the thymus and is the precursor of a T cell, timosit
(thīʹmôl´, -mōl´) noun. A white, crystalline, aromatic compound, C10H14O, derived from thyme oil and other oils or made synthetically and used as an antiseptic, a fungicide, and a preservative, timol
(thī-mōʹmə) noun. A usually benign tumor of the thymus, composed of epithelial and lymphoid cells, timoma
(thīʹmə-sĭn) noun. A hormone secreted by the thymus that stimulates development of T cells, timosin
(thīʹməs) noun. plural thymuses. A small glandular organ that is situated behind the top of the breastbone, consisting mainly of lymphatic tissue and serving as the site of T cell differentiation. The thymus increases gradually in size and activity until puberty, undergoing involution thereafter, timus.
(thī´rō-kăl´sĭ-tōʹnĭn) noun. A peptide hormone, produced by the thyroid gland in human beings, that lowers plasma calcium and phosphate levels without augmenting calcium accretion. See calcitonin, tirokalsitonin
(thī´rō-glŏbʹyə-lĭn) noun. A thyroid protein that stores iodine-containing hormones and is typically present in the colloid of thyroid gland follicles, tiroglobulin
(thīʹroid´) noun. The thyroid gland, tiroid
thyroid hormone (thĪʹroid´ hôrʹmŌn´) noun. A hormone, especially thyroxine or triiodothyronine, produced by the thyroid gland, hormon tiroid
thyroid gland (thĪʹroid´ glănd) noun. A two-lobed endocrine gland found in all vertebrates, located in front of and on either side of the trachea in human beings, and producing various hormones, such as triiodothyronine and calcitonin, kelenjar tiroid.
(thī´roi-dīʹtĭs) noun. Inflammation of the thyroid gland, tiroiditis
hormone (thĪʹroid-stĭm´yə-lĀ´tĭng hôrʹmŌn´) noun. Abbr. TSH. A hormone secreted by the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland that stimulates and regulates the activity of the thyroid gland. See thyrotropin, hormon perangsang tiroid (TSH)
(thī´rō-tŏk´sĭ-kōʹsĭs) noun. A toxic condition resulting from excessive amounts of thyroid hormones in the body, as occurs in hyperthyroidism, for example, tirotoksikosis
(thī´rə-trōʹpĭn, thī-rŏtʹrə-) also
(-fĭn) noun. A hormone secreted by the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland that stimulates and regulates the activity of the thyroid gland, tirotrofin
thyrotrophin releasing hormone (TRH) hormon pelepas tirotrofin (TRH)
(thī-rŏkʹsēn´, -sĭn) also thyroxin (-rŏkʹsĭn) noun. An iodine-containing hormone, C15H11I4NO4, produced by the thyroid gland, that increases the rate of cell metabolism and regulates growth and that is made synthetically for treatment of thyroid disorders, tiroksina
(thûrs) noun. A dense, paniclelike flower cluster, as of the lilac, in which the lateral branches terminate in cymes, lihat: thyrsus
(thûrʹsəs) noun. plural thyrsi (-sī). 1. Mythology. A staff tipped with a pine cone and twined with ivy, carried by Dionysus, Dionysian revelers, and satyrs. 2. Botany. A thyrse, tirsus
(thī-sĕlfʹ) pronoun. Archaic. Yourself. Used as the reflexive or emphatic form of thee or thou, diri kamu, dirimu (sendiri).