from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Vicious; corrupt.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Ou gar an houtô tachy epidêlon epoiei methistemenois houtô brachy.
Old Latin are for thrusting in [Greek: tachy] (D [Greek: tacheôs]) after
So I did the Rattle: "IL-2 patient, hypotensive, B.P. hovering between 70 over 40 to 60 over 30, occasionally tachy, bolused once this morning for a pressure of 80 over 50, getting another bolus right now, already fluid overloaded, crackles at the bases."
Some at my institution like to add "tacky (tachy) as a polyester suit!"
Unless they shift direction in tachy, they're coming this way. "
18 [Greek: _amelounton de ton kektaemenon autaen (sc. taen gaen) apographesthai, kataegorous ekaerytton endeiknynai; kai tachy plaethos haen dikon chalepon_].