Term: philtrum
Literally meaning: ?spot of affection?
Origin: Anc Greek
???????/philtron(=philtrum, love potion) > ?????/phileo(=kiss, love)
Etymology of the term derived by Ancient Greeks belief that the philtrum is of the most erogenous  parts of the body. Other traditions say that it is an indent left by the finger of ann Angel or God.
The philtrum is a genetically determined vetrical groove which extendeds from the nose to the upper lip. As genetic defect is presented in many syndromes such as Williams syndrome, Cohen disease and chromosome 18q deletion syndrome.

- Xerophile
Term: xerophile Literally meaning: ?tendency for dry conditions? Origin: Anc Greek?????/xeros(=dry)+?????/philia (=philia, combining form meaning ?affection?, ?friendship? or ?mutual love?) >?????/phileo (verb meaning  ?love?,...

- Syphilis
Term: syphilis Literally meaning: ?swine  love? Origin: Anc Greek???/sys(=sow, swine) +?????/philia (=philia, combining form meaning ?affection?, ?friendship? or ?mutual love?) >>?????/phileo (verb meaning  ?love?, ?kiss?, ?have tenderness...

- Parahemophilia
Term: parahemophilia Literally meaning: ?almost hemophilia/mild form of hemophilia? Origin: Anc Greek????-/para-(=pefix denoting intentification, ?beside?, ?near?, ?contrary of? ?side by side? ?past by?, ?beyond?) + ????/hema(=blood) +?????/philia (=philia,...

- Hemophilia Or Haemophilia
Term: hemophilia (Am) or haemophilia (Engl)Literally meaning: tendency or affinity to blood Origin: Anc Greek????/hema(=blood)?????/philia (=philia, combining form meaning ?affection?, ?friendship? or ?mutual love?). >?????/phileo (verb meaning  ?to...

- -philia, -phil
Term: -philia, -philOrigin: Anc Greek?????/philia(=philia, combining form for ?affection?, ?friendship? or ?mutual love?. >?????/phileo(verb that means  ?love?, ?kiss?, ?have tenderness for?)>????????/pilnamai(=contact, approach)Coined/HistoryThe...