Etymology
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syndrome (n.)

"a number of symptoms occurring together," 1540s, from medical Latin, from Greek syndrome "concurrence of symptoms, concourse of people," from syndromos "place where several roads meet," literally "a running together," from syn- "with" (see syn-) + dromos "a running, course" (see dromedary). Psychological sense is from 1955.

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Definitions of syndrome

syndrome (n.)
a complex of concurrent things;
every word has a syndrome of meanings
syndrome (n.)
a pattern of symptoms indicative of some disease;
From wordnet.princeton.edu