Definition of rheophore in English:

rheophore

noun

Electricity
  • Medicine. An electrode applied to the body of a patient during electrotherapy. Now historical and rare.

Origin

Early 19th century (in an earlier sense). From French rhéophore (A. M. Ampère 1822) from rhéo- rheo- + -phore -phore.

Pronunciation

rheophore

/ˈriːəfɔː/