For all your dictionary needs!
Are you looking for Germa, Herma, Jerma, Kerma, Lerma, Merma, Perma, Terma, Verma, or Yerma?
Header of derma

Derma

Video footage: 4k Authentic Shot of a Woman Using a Derma Roller on Face
Play/pauseBuy footageFind more

Definition of the noun derma

What does derma mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: dermas

  1. the deep vascular inner layer of the skin
    • lexical domain: Body Parts - nouns denoting body parts
    • synonyms of derma: corium / dermis
    • more generic word: stratum = one of several parallel layers of material arranged one on top of another
    • part of: cutis / skin / tegument = a natural protective body covering and site of the sense of touch

Alternative definition of the noun derma

noun

  1. the inner layer of the skin; the dermis
  2. a Jewish dish of roast or boiled seasoned meat and flour etc in a casing

Place

Derma is a town in Calhoun County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 1,025 at the 2010 census.

Phrases with Derma

  1. Derma-
  2. -Derma
  3. Crella Derma
  4. Hasora Derma
  5. stuffed derma
  6. Euthalia Derma
  7. Goniloba Derma
  8. Crellomima Derma
  9. Species Crella Derma
  10. Species Hasora Derma
  11. Euthalia Evelina Derma
  12. Species Euthalia Derma
  13. Species Goniloba Derma
  14. Species Crellomima Derma
  15. Lissodendoryx Stylo-Derma

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Derma

Click on a title to look inside that book (if available):

Google previewThe Medico-chirurgical Review (1837)

by James Johnson

The derma is the tissue which supports, insulates, and protects the delicate instruments of these various functions. A short section, or, rather, a few observations are devoted to the Pathology of the Skin. They are not of sufficient importance to ...

Google previewThe Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Medical Science (1837)

The derma is the tissue which supports, insulates, and protects the delicate instruments of these various functions. A short section, or, rather, a few observations are devoted to the Pathology of the Skin. They are not of sufficient importance to ...

Google previewTHE MEDICO-CHIRURGICAL REVIEW, AND JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE NEW SERIES VOLUME TWENTY SEVEN (1837)

The derma is the tissue which supports, insulates, and protects the delicate instruments of these various functions. A short section, or, rather, a few observations are devoted to the Pathology of the Skin. They are not of sufficient importance to ...

Google previewMedical Terminology: A Programmed Systems Approach (2009)

by Jean Tannis Dennerll, Phyllis E. Davis

Derma is a word itself.

Google previewMind and Body (1923)

The derma is the radio-station of the human body. Imbedded in it are the thousands of nerve strands, functioning similarly to the Antennae. These Antennae of the nervous system collect the force which pulsates the heart, motorizes the lungs ...

Google previewTransactions (1913)

by American Surgical Association

The derma is the seat of productive newgrowth of tissue which, in many places, is composed of cellular and mucoid material. Many spindle- and star-shaped cells — large or huge hyperchromatic nuclei. Such areas grade insensibly into new ...

Google previewTransactions of the American Surgical Association (1913)

The derma is the seat of productive newgrowth of tissue which, in many places, is composed of cellular and mucoid material• Many spindle- and star-shaped cells — large or huge hyperchromatic nuclei. Such areas grade insensibly into new ...

Google previewThe Dublin Journal of Medical and Chemical Science (1836)

The derma is a fibrous and vascular tissue, m which are contained the organs of secretion and the beginning of the excretory canals ; the origin of the exhalant vessels and many of the lymphatics and blood vessels. The latter correspond ...

Google previewManual of Descriptive and Pathological Anatomy (1831)

by Johann Friedrich Meckel

The derma is the strongest, the firmest part, and the base of the whole cutaneous system. Always united to the adjacent systems, it adheres to the muscles, in the external skin by its internal face, and in the internal skin by its external face.

Google previewStuffed (2005)

by Brian M. Wiprud

But shriveled facial derma is a distortion nobody can repair well .

Google previewThe Pharmacy Technician (2016)

by Perspective Press

For example, derma is the root word for “skin,” or things related to the skin, and xero is a prefix used to describe “things that are dry.” So: Prefix Root xero (dry) derma (skin) ➥ xeroderma: a dry skin condition Consider another example. The root ...

Google previewCancer Vaccines (2015)

From Research to Clinical Practice by Adrian Bot, Mihail Obrocea, Francesco M. Marincola

DERMA is a phase III clinical trial aiming to enroll 1300 patients who have MAGE -A3-positive resected melanoma in stage III with a lymph-node involvement. Treatment is being administered as 13 intramuscular injections over 27 months.

Google previewQuick & Easy Medical Terminology (2015)

by Peggy C. Leonard

Pyo+derma is any acute, inflammatory disease of the skin in which. is produced. Histo+logy is the. of the structure, function, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dental Science (1922)

Consisting of Words and Phrases Used in Dental Literature and Such Words of the Collateral Sciences as Relate to the Art and Science of Dentistry, with Their Pronunciation, Derivation and Definition by Lovick Pierce Anthony

derma, skin). The skin. der'ma=, der'ma-to=, der'mo= (Gr. derma, skin). Prefix meaning skin. der'mad. Toward the skin. der'mal .

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)

by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis

See dermato-.dermabrasion /durmbrhn/ Gk, derma, skin; L, abradere, to scrape], a treatment for the removal of superficial scars on the skin by the use of revolving wire brushes or sandpaper. ermabrasion is performed to reduce facial scars of ...

Google previewAppleton's Medical Dictionary (1915)

by Caroline Wormeley Latimer

DERMA 255 DERMOL (a) any body, not itself a simple element, which is obtained from another body by some kind of decomposition, generally by substitution (e. g., chloroform from methane by the replacement of 3 atoms of hydrogen by 3 of ...

Google previewA practical medical dictionary ... (1914)

by Thomas Lathrop Stedman

dermatocelido'sis [G. derma(dermat-), skin, ...

Online dictionaries and encyclopedias with entries for Derma

Click on a label to prioritize search results according to that topic:

Photos about Derma

Click on an item to view that photo:

derma

If you need related images for an article or a report, you can download stock photos:
Small photo of Derma Roller on white, microneedle mesotherapy for skincare, rejuvenating treatment concept.Small photo of Macro close up portrait of woman having beauty skin treatment.Therapist preparing skin with derma roller.Small photo of Derma Roller on white, microneedle mesotherapy for skincare, rejuvenating treatment concept.Small photo of Derma Roller on white, microneedle mesotherapy for skincare, rejuvenating treatment concept.Small photo of Close up of woman using derma roller. Roller ,microneedle, mesotherapy, rejuvenating, beautification, skin care.Small photo of Derma rollers for medical micro needling therapy. Tools also known as: Dermaroller, mesoroller, meso-roller, mesopen.Small photo of Derma roller for medical micro needling therapy with orange. Tool also known as: Derma roller, mesoroller, meso-roller, mesopen. More...

Videos about Derma

Click on an item to play that video:

See also the pronunciation examples of Derma!

Scrabble value of D2E1R1M3A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of DERMA

What do you get if you rearrange the letters?

See also the blanagrams of Derma!

Share this page

Next...

Go to the usage examples of Derma to see it in context!


Privacy Policy | Cookies Policy
Keyword Tool | Romanian-English Dictionary