Symptom of low testosterone

1540s, earlier sinthoma (late 14c.), from Medieval Latin sinthoma "symptom of a disease," from Late Latin symptoma , from Greek symptoma (genitive symptomatos ) "a happening, accident, disease," from stem of sympiptein "to befall," from syn- "together" (see syn- ) + piptein "to fall," from PIE *pi-pt- , reduplicated form of root *pet- "to rush; to fly" (see petition (n.)). Spelling altered in English by influence of Middle French and Late Latin forms. Symptomatic in general sense of "indicative (of)" is from 1751.

Symptom of low testosterone

symptom of low testosterone

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