Definition of adynamia in English:

adynamia

noun

Medicine
  • Originally: severe physical weakness; prostration; debility.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Robert James (d. 1776), physician and inventor of James's fever powder. From post-classical Latin adynamia from ancient Greek ἀδυναμία lack of strength, weakness, debility from ἀ + δύναμις power + -ία.

Pronunciation:

adynamia

/(ˌ)eɪdʌɪˈneɪmɪə/