Definition of adiposis in English:

adiposis

noun

Medicine
rare
  • Originally: obesity of the body; fatty infiltration of an organ; (now rare). In later use also (usually with distinguishing English or scientific Latin word): any of various disorders affecting adipose tissue, especially subcutaneous adipose tissue.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From German Adiposis and its etymon scientific Latin adiposis from classical Latin adip-, adeps + scientific Latin -osis.

Pronunciation:

adiposis

/ˌadɪˈpəʊsɪs/