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FRANgAIS-ANGLAIS. 




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DICTIONS AIEE 



TEEMES DE MEDECINE. 



FT? A.lSrC AIS - AISTG^LAIS. 



PAR 



H. DE MEEIC, 



Mgmbbe du College Royal des Chiruhoiens d'Anoletbrre ; 

Chirurgien DE L'HdPiTAL Pran^ais X LONDRES; 

Membke DE la'Soci£ti5 d'Hygikne DE Paris ; Membre Correspondant de 

LA SOCIETE DE DeRMATOLOOIE ET DE SyPHILIORAPHIE DK FARIS, 
ETC. 




LONDON : 

BAILLIERE, TINDALL AND COX, 

20 & 21, KING WILLIAM STREET, STRAND. 

1899. 



N/2, 



PEEFACE. 

En redigeant un dictionnaire fran^ais-anglais des termes 
de medecine, il est bien difficile de se borner aux mots qui 
se rapportent uniquement a la medecine, a la chirurgie, a 
I'anatomie, a la pathologie, etc. Meme Ton m'a reproche, 
lors de la publication de mon dictionnaire anglais-fran(;ai8, 
d'avoir insere des mots de langage courant qui, a premiere 
vue, paraissaient n'avoir rien a faire dans un tel ouvrage ; 
pourtant j'ai cru bien faire, vu le grand nombre de fois 
qu'on les rencontre dans les livres de medecine, de conserver 
dans cette seconde partie beaucoup de termes que Ton 
pourrait peut-etre inclure dans cette categorie. La seconde 
partie est moins longue que la premiere puisqu'il est 
inutile de mettre les genres aux mots anglais et parce que 
je n'ai pas juge necessaire de repeter les traitements en 
medecine ni les operations de chirurgie que Ton trouvera 
dans la premiere partie sous les noms des medecins et 
des chirurgiens qui les ont d'abord pratique's. — Quant a 
I'emploi de la lettre // dans * hemorrhagie,' 'urethre,' 
' ophthalmie,' etc., je pense que la vraie orthographe doit 
etre celle qui conserve cette lettre, par rapport a la deriva- 
tion de ces mots. — A I'egard des rares termes fran9ais qui 
n'ont pas leur exact equivalent en anglais, j'ai fait mon 
possible de les indiquer par une courte phrase anglaise qui 
exprime leur signification. — En anglais on designe les 
muscles (sauf quelques exceptions) et beaucoup d'autres 
parties anatomiques par des mots latins seulement. — Les 



vi PREFACE 

ordonnances anglaises sont aussi ecrites en latin. — A la fin 
du livre Ton trouvera une table des mesures et poids 
fran9ai8 avec leurs equivalents anglais, ainsi que quelques 
ordonnances en latin et en fran9ais. 

H. DE MERIC. 

LONDBES, 

Septembre, 1899. 



ABREVIATIONS. 



IMVJ. . 

adv. . 

/. • 
lot. . 




m. 




Ph. . 
pi. . 




Pop. 

P-P- ■ 
p.pr. 

s. 

V. . 




v.a. . 
v.n. . 
v.r. . 
Vet.. 
Vulg. 





Pran^ais. Anglais. 

Adjectif Adjective. 

Adverbe Adverb. 

F^minin Feminine. 

Latin Latin. 

Masculin Masculine. 

Pharmaceutique . . . Pharmaceutical. 

Pluriel Plural. 

Terme populaire . Popular term. 

Participe passe .... Past participle. 

Participe present . . . Present participle. 

Substantif Substantive or Noun. 

Voyez See. 

Verbe actif Verb active. 

Verba neutre .... Verb neuter. 

Verbe reflechi .... Reflective verb. 

Veterinaire Veterinary. 

Vulgairement .... Vulgarly. 



r>EUXlt:ME PARTIE. 

DICTIONNAIRE DES TERMES 
DE MEDECINE. FRANCAIS-ANGLAIS, 



A. 

A. , ou A. A. Abbreviation for Ava ; in 
prescribing, aa. [aiia. 

A. A. A. Abbreviation for Amalgam = 

Abaction. Abactio ; Abortion. 

Abaisse-langue. Tongue-depressor or 
Tongue-spatula. 

Abaissement. Deijression ; Abate- 
ment ; Couching. 

Abaisse-paupiere. Instrument for de- 
pressing the lower eyelid. 

Abaisseur. Depressor. 

Abajoue. Cheek- pouch ; Gill. 

Abali^n^. (1) Abalienated ; (2) Gan- 
grenous. [Abaptiston. 

Abaptista ; Abaptiston. Abaptista ; 

Abarthrose. Abarthrosis ; Diarthrosis ; 
Abarticulation. [(2) Dislocation. 

Abarticulation. (1) Abarticulation ; 

Abatage, et mieux, Abattage. Slaugh- 
tering (of animals) ; Felling. 

Aba,tardissement. Degeneration ; De- 
generacy (of families or races). 

Abattement. Prostration ; Faintness ; 
Lowr state ; Dejection. 

Abattoir. Slaughter-house. 

Abattre. To slaughter ; To fell ; To 
shorten by cutting (hoofs or horns of 
animals). 

Abo^der. To terminate by the forma- 
tion of an abscess. 

Abces. Abscess. 

Abdomen. Abdomen ; Belly. 

Abdominal, -ale. Abdominal. 

Abdominoscopie, et mieux, Laparo- 
scopie. Laparoscopy. [Abducent. 

Abducteur. Abductor ; Abducens ; 

Abduction. Abduction. 

Abeille. Bee. 

Aberrant, -ante. Aberrant. 



ABE 
Aberration. Aberration. 
Abevacuation. Abevacuation ; Apo- 

cenosis ; Metastasis. 
Abies ; Le sapin. Abies ; Fir. 
Abi^tate. A salt of abietic acid. 
Abi^tine. Abietin. 

Abi^tin^. Belonging to the fir species. 
Abi^tique. Acide-. Abietic acid. 
Abiogenese. Abiogenesis. 
Abirritant. Abirritant. 
Abirritatif, -ive. Abirritative. 
Abirritation. Abirritation ; Atony ; 

Asthenia. 
Ablactation. Ablactation ; Weaning. 
Ablation. Ablation ; Removal ; Ex- 
Abl^pharon. Ablepharon. [cision. 

Ablepsie. Ablepsia ; Blindness. 
Abluant, -ante. Abluent : Detergent. 
Ablution. Ablution ; Washing. 
Abnormity. Abnormity ; Abnormality, 
Aboi, ou Aboiement. Bark ; Barking 

(of the dog) ; Baying (of the hound). 
Abolition. Abolition ; Suspension. 
Abomasum, ou -sus. Abomasum. 
Abord. Access ; Approach ; Edge. 
Aborigene. Aborigines ; Native ; In- 
Abortif, -ive. Abortive. [digenous. 

Abortif. An abortifacient. 
Abouchement. Anastomosis ; The 

opening of one vessel into another. 
Aboulie. Aboulia ; Abulia. 
Aboutir. To come to a head ; To burst 

(Abscess). [(Abscess). 

Aboutissement. The drawing to a head 
Aboyeur, -euse. A neuropathic person 
Abrachie. Abrachia. [who barks. 

Abrachioc^phalie. Abrachiocephalia. 
Abranches. Abranchia. [coriation. 

Abrasion. Abrasion ; Abrasio ; Ex- 
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Abre. Abrus. 

Abreuve, -6e. Soaked with ; Bathed in. 

Abreuvement. The act of giving drink 

to invalids or to animals. 
Abr^viation. Abbreviation. 
Abricot. Apricot. 
Abruption. (1) Abruption; (2) A 

transverse fracture. 
Abrutissement. Stupor ; Besotted state. 
Abscision, on Abscission. Abscission. 
Absence. Momentary suspension of all 
cerebral action excepting the per- 
ception of raotricity. [Wormwood. 
Absinthe. Absinthe ; Absinthium ; 
Absinth^, -6e. Containing absinthe. 
Absinth^mie. The presence of ab- 
sinthin in the blood. [or -ne. 

Absinthine, ou Absinth^ine. Absinthin, 
Absinthique. Acide-. Succinic acid. 
Absinthism. Absinthism. 
Absolu, -ue. Absolute. 
Absorbable. Absorbable. 
Absorbant, -ante. Absorbent. 
Absorptiometre. Absorptiometer. 
Absorption. Absorption. 
Absteme. A person who abstains from 

all spirituous beverages. 
Abstergent, -ente. Abstergent ; Cleans- 
ing ; Detergent. [remedies. 
Abstersion. The effect of abstergent 
Abstinence. Abstinence. 
Abstractif, -ive. Removed by distilla- 
tion ; Abstractive. 
Abstraction. Abstraction. [ted. 
Abstrait, -aite. Abstracted ; Separa- 
Abulie. Abulia ; Aboulia. 
Acacia ; Acacie. Acacia. 
Academic. Academy. 

Acajou. Acajou ; Cashew. 

Acajuba. The cashew-nut. 

Acalyphe. Acalypha. 

Acampsie. Acampsia. 

Acanthe. Acantha. 

Acanthichthyose. Acanthichthyosis. 

Acanthobole. Forceps for the extrac- 
tion of foreign bodies ; Acanthobolus. 

Acanthoc^phale. Acanthocephalous. 

Acanthoc^phalie. Acanthocephalia. 

Acanthoide. Acanthoid. 

Acanthophage. Acantliophagous. 

Acanthopelvis. Acanthopelvis ; Acan- 
thopelys. 

Acarde. (1) Acardiac ; (2) Timid. 

Acardie. Acardia. 

Acare, Acarus. Acarus. 

Acariasis. Acariasis ; Mange. 

Acaride ; Acaridien. Acarid ; Acaridan. 

Acarien ; Acarin, -ine. Acarian. 

Acaroide. Acaroid. 



Acarotoxique. Acarotoxic. 
Acaipe. Acarpous. 
Acarus ; Acare. Acarus. 
Acatalepsie. Acatalepsy. 
Acatapose. Acataposis. 
Acatastatique. Acatastatic. 
Acatharsie. Acatharsia. 
Acaud4, -^e. Acaudal ; Acaudate. 
Acaule. Acaules {pL). 
Accablement. Dejection of spirits ; 
Grief ; Oppression. [Accelerator. 
Acc6lerateur, -trice. Accelerative ; 
Acceleration. Acceleration. 
Accel6re, -6e. Accelerated. 
Acces. Access ; Attack ; Fit. 
Accession. Accession ; Paroxysm. 
Accessoire, adj. Accessory. 
Accessoire, *■. Accessorius. 
Accident. Accident. 
Accidentalisme. Accidentalism. 
Accidentaliste. Accidentalist. 
Accidentel, -elle. Accidental. 
Accipitre. Accipiter. 
Acclimatation. Acclimation ; Accli- 
matisation, or -zation. 
Aoclimatement. Naturalisation, or 

-zation. 
Accolement. Union ; Joining. 
Accombant, -ante. Accumbent. 
Accommodateur, -trice. That which 
tends to accommodation. 

Accommodatif, -ive. Pertaining to 
accommodation. 

Accommodation. Accommodation ; 
Adaptation ; Adjustment. 

Accompagnement. Accompaniment 
(Cataract). 

Accord. Accord ; Harmony. 

Accouchement. Labour ; Delivery. 

Accoucheur. A medical man who 
attends a labour. 

Accoucheuse. Midwife. [Copulation. 

Accouplement. Coupling ; Pairing ; 

Accoutumance. Immunity (to a drug) 
acquired by habitual use. 

Accr^mentitiel, -elle. Accrementitial. 

Accrementition. Accrementition. 

Accrescent, -ente. Accrescent. 

Accretion. Accretion. [Enlargement. 

Accroissement. Growth ; Increase ; 

Accumulateur. Accumulator. 

Accumulation. Accumulation. 

Ac^die. Acedia. 

Ac^naphtene. Acenaphthene. 

Ac^phale. Acephalous, adj.; Ace- 
phalus, s. ; Acephal. 

Ac^phalie. Acephalia. 

Ac6phalien, -ienne. Acephalan. 

Ac^phalobrachie. Acephalobrachia. 



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Ac6phalocardie. Acephalocardia. 
Ac6phalochire. Acephalochirus. 
Acephalocyste. Acephalocyst. 
Acephalogastrie. Acephalogasteria. 
Acephalopodie. Acephalopodia. 
Ac^phalorrhachie. Acephalorrhachia. 
Acephalostome. Acephalostomus. 
Acephalothoracie. Acephalothoracia. 
Ac^phalothore. Acephalothorus. 
Ac^ratie, Aceratose. Aceratosis. 
Acerbe. Acerb ; Bitter ; Astringent 

and pungent. [astringency. 

Acerbite. Acerbity ; Acidity with 
Acerdese. Sesqui-oxide of hydrated 

manganese. 
Ac6re, -ee ; Ac^reux, -euse. Acerose. 
Ac^rique. Aceric. [bri. 

Acervule. Acervulus ; Acervulus cere- 
Acescence. Acescenoe ; Ascescency. 
Acescent, -ente. Ascescent. 
Ac^sie. Cure ; Medication. 
Acetabulaire. Acetabular. 
Ac^tabule. Acetabulum. 
Acetal. Acetal. 
Acetamide. Acetamid. 
Ac^tanilide. Acetanilid. 
Acetate. Acetate. 

Aceteux, -euse. Acetous. [acid. 

Ac^tification. The production of acetic 
Ac^tine. Acetine. 
Ac6tique. Acetic. 
Ac^tol ; Ac^tolat. Acetolatum. 
Ac^tolature. An acetous tincture. 
Acetole ; Acetolique ; Ac6tolotif. An 

acetous medicine. [honey. 

Ac^tomel. A syrup of vinegar and 
Acetomelle. Drug obtained by the 

mixture of syrup of vinegar and 

honey with an acetous tincture. 
Acetone. Acetone. 
Acetonhemie. Acetonemia, or -semia. 
Ac^toniirie. Acetonuria. [sella. 

Ac^toselle. Aoetosella ; Oxalis aceto- 
Ac6tosite. The quality of that which 

is acetous. 
Ac^tyle. Acetyl, or -yle. 
Acetylene. Acetylene. 
Achaine. Achene ; Achenium. 
Ache. Common parsley ; Smallage. 
Acheilie, on mieiix, Achilie. Acheilia ; 

Achilia. [Achiria. 

Acheirie, ou mieux, Achirie. Acheiria ; 
Achilie. Achilia ; Acheilia. 
Achilie. Tendon d'. Tendo Achillis. 
Achillee. Achillea. 
Achilleine. Achillein. 
Achirie. Achiria ; Acheiria. 
Achlys. Achlys. 
Acholie. Acholia. 



Acholique. Acholic ; Acholous. 

Achor ; Achore ; Achores. Achor. 

Achorese. Stenochoria. 

Achorion. Achorion. 

Achoriste. Applied to symptoms com- 
mon to any disease. 

Achroma. Achroma. 

Achromasie. Achromasia. 

Achromateux, -euse. Achromatous. 

Achromatie. Achromasia. 

Achromatique. Achromatic. 

Achromatisation. Operation to render 
a lens achromatic. 

Achromatisme. Achromatism. 

Achromatope. Affected with achro- 
matopsia. 

Achromatopsie. Achromatopsia. 

Achrome. Affected with achromasia. 

Achromie. Achromia ; Achroma. 

Achronizoique. Applied to drugs that 
will not keep long, and also to medi- 
cines administered according to a 
physician's prescription. 

Achylie. Achylia. 

Achylose. Achylosis. 

Achymose. Achymosis. 

Achjrranthe. Achyranthes. 

Aciculaire, ou Acicul^, -^e. Acicular. 

Acide, s. et adj. Acid, -s. and adj. 

Acidifere. Acidiferous. 

Acidifiable. Acidifiable. 

Acidifiant, -ante. Applied to that 
which causes compounds to pass to 
an acid state. 

Acidification. Acidification. 

Acidifie, -ee. Converted into an acid. 

Acidim^trie, ou mieux, Oxym^trie. 
Acidimetry. 

Acidisme. Acescence. 

Acidit6. Acidity. 

Acidost6oph3rte. Acidosteophyte. 

Acidule, s. An acidulated compound. 

Acidule, adj. Acidulated ; Acidulous. 

Acidule, -^e. Acidulous. [urgia. 

Acidurgie ; Aciurgie. Acidurgia ; Aci- 

Acier. Steel. [steel. 

Aci^ration. The process of making 

Aci6r^, -^e ; Aciereux, -euse. Applied 
to iran converted into steel. 

Acinal, -ale. Acinaceous. 

Acinaciforme. Acinaciform. 

Acine. Acinus. [paralysis. 

Acinesiathrophie. Acinesia ; Motor 

Acin^sie. Acinesia, Acinesis ; The in- 
terval between the consecutive throbs 
of the heart. 

Acin^sique. Opposed to movement. 

Acin^tique. Acinetic. 

Acineiix, -euse. Relating to acini. 
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Aciniforme. Aciniform. 
Aciurg^e. Aciurgia : Aciurgy. 
Aclaste. Aclastic. 
Acmastique. Acmastic. 
Acin6. Acme. 
Acm^ ; Acn^. Acne. 
Acognosie. Knowledge of medical and 
surgical therapeutics. [needles. 

Acolabe. Ligature forceps with two 
Acologie. Acology ; Aceology. 
Acolychtine. Napelline. 
Acomie. Acomia ; Baldness. 
Aconit. Aconite ; Aconitvim. 
Aconitine. Aconitine ; Aconitia ; Acon- 
Acomtique. Aconitic. [itina. 

Acope. Acopon. 

Acore. Acorus. [pupil. 

Acor6e ; Acorie. Acorea ; Absence of 
Acorine. Acorine. 
Acosmie. Acosmia. 
Acotyl6, -6e, ou Acotyledon^, -6e, s. 
et adj. Acotyledon, s. ; ■ Acotyle- 
donous, adj. 
Acoumetre. Acoumeter ; Acouometer. 
Acousmate. Acousma. 
Acousm^trique ; Acousmom^trique. 

Applied to the sense of hearing. 
Acoustico - mailmen. The external 
muscle of the malleus ; Laxator 
Acoustique, s. Acoustics. [tympani. 
Acoustique, adj. Acoustic. 
Acquis, -uise. Acquired. 
Acquisivit6. The instinct of acquiring 

the things necessary to life. 
Acranie. Acrania. 
Acranien, -ienne. Acranial. 

Acrasie. Acrasia. 

Acratie. Acratia. 

Acre, adj. Bitter ; Sour ; Acrid. 

Acre, s. The material which is sup- 
posed to exercise a particularly irri- 
tating action on the economy. 

Acret^. Acrity ; Sourness ; Tartness. 

Acribologie. Exact observation. 

Acribometre. An instrument for 
measuring very small objects. 

Acridien, -ienne. Acridian. 

Acridine. Acridins. 

Acridophage. Acridophagus. 

Acridophagie. Acridophagy. 

Acrimonie. Acrimony ; Pungency ; 
Acrid quality or state. 

Acrinie. Acrinia. 

Acrisie. Acrisia. 

Acrltique. Acritical. 

Acrobystie. Acrobystia ; The prepuce. 

Acrobystiolithe. Acrobystiolith ; A 
preputial calculus. [Acrobystie. 

Acrobystique. Relating to the prepuce ; 



Acrobystite. Acrobystitis ; Posthitis. 
Acrocarpe. Acrocarpous. 
Acroc6phale. Acrocephalous. [phaly. 
Acroc^phalie. Acrocephalia ; Acroce- 
Acroc^phalique. Acrocephalic. 
Acrochordon. Acrochordon ; Mollus- 

cum fibrosum. 
Acrodonte. Acrodont. [thema. 

Acrodynie. Acrodynia ; Epidemic ery- 
Acrogene, adj. Acrogenous ; Acro- 
Acrogene, s. Acrogen. [genie. 

Acrol^ine. Acrolein ; Acrylic aldehyde. 
Acrom^galie. Acromegalia ; Acrome- 
galy ; Akromegaly. 
Acromial, -ale. Acromial. [cular. 

Acromio-claviculaire. Acromio-clavi- 
Acromio-coracoidien. Acromio - cora- 
Acromion. Acromion. [coid. 

Acromphale. Acromphalon ; Acrom- 
Acroposthie. Acroposthia. [phalus. 
Acroposthite. Acroposthitis. 
Acrosarque. Acrosarcum. 
Acrot^riase ; Acrot^riasme. Amputa- 
tion of a limb. [limbs. 
Acrot^rlose. Senile gangrene of the 
Acroth3miion. Warty tumour. 
Acrotisme. Acrotism ; Acrotismus. 
Acrylique. Acrylic. 
Acta, ou Gesta. Things done. 
Acte. Act. 

Act^e. Actea ; Actsea. 
Actif, -ive. Active. 
Actinomyces. Actinomyces. 
Actinomycome. Actinomycoma. 
Actinomycose. Actinomycosis, 
Actinophthalme. Actinophthalmic. 
Action. Action. 
Activity. Activity. 
Actuation. Actuation. 
Actuel, -elle. Actual. 
Acuity. Acuity ; Acuteness. 
Acul^6, -66e. Aculeate. 
Acumin6, -6e. Acuminate. 
Acuometre. Acumeter ; Acoumeter. 
Acuophonie. Acouophonia. [sion. 

Acupressure. Acupressure ; Acupres- 
Acupuncture. Acupuncture. 
Acutangul6, -6e. Having acute angles. 
Acut^nacle. Acutenaculum ; Needle- 
holder. 
Acyanoblepsie. Acyanoblepsia ; 

Acyauopsia. 

Acyclie. General interruption of the 

circulation. [female. 

Acy^sie. Acyesis ; Sterility of the 

Acyatie. Acystia ; Absence of the 

bladder. 
Acystinervie. Acystinervia. 
Ada. Ginger. 



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Adamantiu, -ine. Adamantin. 

Adansoniue. Adansonin. 

Adaptation. Adaptation. [throsis. 

Adarticulation. Adarticulation ; Diar- 

Addephagie. Addephagia ; Bulimia. 

Adducteur. Adductor. 

Adduction. Adduction. 

Adecte. A drug which neutralizes the 
bad effects of other medicines. 

Adelphe. Adelphous. 

Adelphie. Adelphia. 

Adelphien, -ienne. Having affinity ; 
Resembling one another. 

Ad^monie. Ademonia ; Mental distress. 

Ad^nalgie. Adenalgia ; Glandular pain, 

Addnectomie. Excision of a gland. 

Adenectopie. Adenectopia. 

Ad^nemphraxie. Adenemphraxis ; 
Glandular obstruction. 

Ad^neux, -euse. Adenose ; Adenous. 

Ad6nie. Adenia ; Lymphadenoma. 

Ad^nisation. Adenisation ; Adenoid 

Ad^nite. Adenitis. [degeneration. 

Ad^nodiastase. Adenodiastasis. 

Ad^nogenese. Adenogenesis. 

Ad^nographie. Adenography. 

Ad^noide. Adenoid. 

Ad^nologadite. Adenologaditis ; (1) 
Ophthalmia neonatorum ; (2) Inflam- 
mation of the glands and conjunctiva 

Ad6nologie. Adenology. [of the eyes. 

Ad^nolymphatocele, ou Adenolympho- 
cele. Adeno-lymphocele. 

Adenomalacie. Adenomalacia. 

Adenoma. Adenoma, [typhoid fever. 

Ad6no - m^ning^, -6e. Relating to 

Ad^noncose. Adenoncoois ; Enlarge- 
ment of a gland. 

Ad^no-nerveux, -euse. Adeno -neurotic. 

Ad^nopathie. Adenopathy. 

Ad^no - pharyngien, -ienne. Adeno - 
pharyngeal. 

Adeno-pharyngite. Adenopharyngitis. 

Adenophlegmon. Adenophlegmon. 

Ad6nophore. Adenophorous, adj. ; 
Adenophore, s. 

Ad^nophthalmie. Adenophthalmia ; 
Adenophthalmitis. 

Ad6noscl6rose. Adenosclerosis. 

Adenose. Adenosis. 

Ad6notomie. Adenotomy. 

Addnotomique. Adenotomic ; Relating 
to dissection of the glands. 

Ad6phage. Adephagous ; Gluttonous. 

Adephagie. Adephagia ; Bulimia. 

Adepte. A believer in alchemy. 

Adherence. Adhesion ; Adherence. 

Adherent, -ente. Adherent. 

Adh^sif, -ive. Adhesive ; Sticky. 



Adhesion. Adhesion. 

Adh6sivit6 The faculty of fixing the 
attention on one series of ideas. 

Adiaphorese. Adiaphoresis ; Deficient 
sweat. [drotic. 

Adiaphoretic. Adiaphoretic ; Ani- 

Adiapneustie. Adiapneustia ; Stoppage 
of sweat. 

Adiarrh^e. Retention of faecal matter ; 
Cessation of diarrhcea. 

Adiath^sique. Adiathesic. 

Adipate. Adipate. 

Adipeux, -euse. Adipose ; Fatty. 

Adipiforme. Resembling fat. 

Adipique. Adipic. 

Adipocire. Adipocere. 

Adipociriforme. Resembling adipocere. 

Adipociriforme. Tumeur-. Cholestea- 
toma. 

Adipogene. Adipogenous. 

Adipome. Adipoma ; Lipoma. [fat. 

Adipose. Adiposis ; The production of 

Adiposity. Adiposity ; Adipositas ; 

Adipsie. Adipsia. [Obesity. 

Adipsique. Adipsie. 

Adjuvant, -ante. Adjuvant, «(Z/. and s. 

Adjuvat. Assistant (operations, etc.). 

Adminicule. That which facilitates the 
good effect of a remedy. 

Adn^, -6e. Adnate. 

Adolescence. Adolescence. [ening. 

Adoucissant, -ante. Emollient ; Soft- 

Adragant, Adragante, et Adraganthe. 
Tragacanth ; Tragacantha. 

Adraganthine. Tragacanthine. 

Adstites conglom^r^es. Cowper's or 
Mery's glands. 

Adulte. Adult, s. and adj. 

Adulteration. Adulteration. [dry. 

Aduste. Adust ; Parched ; Hot and 

Adustion. Adustion. 

Adventice. Adventitious. 

Adventif, -ive. Adventive. 

Adynamico - ataxique. At the same 
time adynamic and ataxic. 

Adjmamie. Adynamia. 

Adynamique. Adynamic. 

.Xdoeite. ^doeitis ; Edeitis. 

.Xdoeoblennorrh^e. A mucous dis- 
charge from the genital organs. 

^doeodynie. ^dceodynia ; Edeodynia. 

.Sdoeographie. ^doeography ; Edeo- 
graphy. 

.Sdoeologie. ^doeology ; Edeology. 

iEdoeomycodermite. ^doeomycoder- 
mitis ; Edeomycodermitis. 

.Sdoeopsophie. Edeopsophy. 

.Sdoeoscopie. -^Edceoscopy ; Edeoscopy. 

.£d(BOtomie. ^doeotomy ; Edeotomy. 



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^gagropile. ^gagropilus. 
iEgilops. ^gilops ; Egilops, 
iEgophonie. ^gophony ; Egophony. 
JBgis. White spot, film, or speck on 

the cornea. 
A^rage, Aeration. Aeration, 
A6r4 -6e. Aerated. 
A^rent^rectasie. Aerenterasia. 
A6rh6moctonie. Aerhemoctonia. 
A^rh^motoxie. Aerhemotoxia. 
Adrian, -ienne. Aerial. 
A6rifere. Aeriferous. 
Aerification. Aerification. 
A^riforme. Resembling air. 
A^robie. Aerobia. 
Aerocyste. Aerocyst. 
Aerodermectasie. Aerodermectasia. 
A^rodiaphanometre. Diaphanometer. 
A^rodynamique. Aerodynamics. 
A^rographie. Aerography. 
A^rohydropathie. Aerohydropathy. 
A^rolithe. Aerolith ; Aerolite. 
A^rologie. Aerology. 
A^romancie. Omen calculated on the 

ripples caused by the wind on water. 
A^rometre. Aerometer. 
A6roin6trie. Aerometry. 
Acrophobe. The person attacked with 

aerophobia. 
A^rophobie. Aerophobia ; Aerophoby. 
Aerophyte. Aerophyte. 
Aeropleurie. Pneumothorax. 
Aeroscope. Aeroscope. 
Aeroscopie. Aeroscopy. 
Aerostatique. Aerostatics. 
Aerotherapeutique, ou Aeroth^rapie. 

Aerotherapeutics. [thorax. 

A^rothoraz. Aerothorax ; Pneumo- 
A^rotonometre. Aerotonometer. 
.ffis ustiuns. Impure oxide of copper. 
iEsculine ; Esculine. ^sculin ; Esculin. 
.ffisculinique ; ^sculique. Saponic. 
^sth-. See Esth-. 
.Sthogamie ; Aeth^ogamie. Crypto- 

gamia. 
.ffithiops ; ^thiops. ^thiops. 
.aEthuse. ^thusa ; Ethusa. 
Affadissement. Deterioration of the 

sense of taste accompanied by loss of 

appetite and by digestive troubles. 
Affaiblissement. Weakening ; En- 
feebling ; Impairment, 
Affaissement. Sinking ; Depression ; 

Giving way. 
Affects, -^e. Affected with ; Attacked, 
Affectif, -ive. Affective. 
Affection. Affection ; Disease. 
Affectionnivite. Altruism ; Tendency 

to affection. 



Afferent, -ente. Afferent. 

Aifin, -ine. Showing affinity. 

Aflinage. Affinage ; Refining of 
metals, etc. [traction. 

Affinity. Aflfinity ; Relationship ; At- 

Affium. Affium ; Opium. 

Afflux. Afflux. 

Affranchissement. Castration. 

Affrontement. The act of bringing to- 
gether the lips of a wound so that 
they are kept on the same level. 

Affronter. To perform the preceding. 
See Affrontement. 

Affusion. Affusion. 

Afoetal, -ale. Without a foetus, [tion. 

Agacement. Setting on edge ; Irrita- 

Agacin. Corns on the feet. 

Agalacte. Agalactous. [laxy. 

Agalactia ; Agalaxie. Agalactia ; Aga- 

Agalloche ; Agaluchiu. Agallocha ; 
Agalochum. 

Agame. Agamic. 

Agamogen^sie. Agamogenesis. 

Agar-agar. Agar-agar. 

Agaric. Agaric. 

Agaricine. Agaricin. 

Agaricique. Agaricic. [trie. 

Agastre ; Agastraire. Agaster ; Agas- 

Agate. Agate. 

Agave. A^ave. 

Age. Age. 

Agene, Agenosome. Agenosomus. 

Ag^nesie. Agenesia ; Agenesis. 

Agenetique. Applied to the results of 
agenesis. 

Agenosome ; Agene. Agenosomus. 

Ag^nosomie. The want of sexual 

Agent. Agent. [organs. 

Agerasie. Agerasia. 

Ageustie. Ageustia ; Ageusia. 

Agglomer^, -ee. Agglomerated. 

Agglutinant, -ante. Agglutinant. 

Agglutinatif, -ive. Agglutinative. 

Agglutination. Agglutination. 

Agglutine, -ee. Agglutinated. 

Aggravee ; Aggravement. Painful af- 
fection of the feet of dogs or of pigs. 

Agissant, -ante. Applied to drugs, 
methods of treatment, etc. , that act, 
that are active or energetic. 

Agfitation. Agitation. 

Agite. A person, and especially an 
insane person, whose actions are 
violent and rapid, 

Aglobulie. Aglobulia, 

Aglosse. Aglossus. 

Aglossie. Aglossia. 

AglosBOstomatographie. Description 
of a mouth without a tongue. 



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Aglossostome. Aglossostoma. 

Aglyphe. Quite smooth and even, 

Agmatologie. Agmatology. 

Agmine, -ee. Agminate. 

Agnathe. Agnathus. 

Agnathie. Agnathia. 

Agneau. Lamb. [forth of lambs. 

Agnelage, Agnelement. The bringing 

Agnus castus. Agnus castus. 

Agomphiase ; Agomphose. Agom- 
phiasis ; Agomphosis. [Agonia. 

Agonie. Agony ; The death struggle ; 

Agonistique. Athletics in ancient 
times. 

Agonothesie. The training of athletes. 

Agoraphobie. Agoraphobia. 

Agrafe. A kind of surgical forceps. 

Agrammatisme. Agrammatism. 

Agraphie. Agraphia ; Agraphy. 

Agrdgat. Aggregate ; Cohesion. 

Agregatif, -ive. Aggregative. 

Agregation. Aggregation ; Also de- 
scriptive of a high French medical 
degree. 

Agreg^, -^e. Aggregated ; Also applied 
to the person who has obtained the 
' agregation.' 

Agriculture. Agriculture. 

Agrielcose. Agrielcosis. 

Agriothymie. Agriothymia. 

Agrippa. Agrippa. [Agrostology. 

Agrostiographie. Agrostography ; 

Agrypnie. Agrypnia ; Insomnia. 

Agrypnocome. Agrypnocoma ; Coma 

Agrypnode. Agrypnotic. [vigil. 

Agynaire. Agynary. 

Ag3mique. Agynous. ' [tendons. 

Al. Painful crepitation, or friction of 

Aides. Assistants. 

Aige, ^gis. See ^gis. 

Aigle. Eagle. 

Aigre. Sour ; Sharp ; Bitter ; Rough. 

Aigre -doux, -uce. Sourish ; Bitterish. 

Aigrelet, -ette. Sourish ; Somevirhat 

Aigremoine. Agrimony. [sour. 

Aigreur. Sourness ; Sharpness ; Bit- 
terness ; Acidity of the stomach. 

Aigu, -ue. Acute. 

Aiguille. Needle. 

Aiguille, -ee. Shaped like a needle. 

Aiguillon. Sting. 

Aiguillon-pince. Cystotome. 

Ail. Garlic. 

Aile. Wing. 

Ail6, -ee. Winged. 

Aileron. Pinion. 

Ailerons de la matrice. Three folds 
on the free margin of the broad 
ligaments. 



Aimant. Magnet ; Loadstone. 
Aimantation. The action of rubbing 

or touching with a loadstone. 
Aine. Groin. 
Ainhum. Ainhum. 
Air. Air. 

Air comprime. Compressed air. 
Air confine. Confined air. [Oxygen. 
Air dephlogistiqu^ ; Air du feu. 
Air fixe. Carbonic acid. 
Air inflammable. Hydrogen. 
Air phlogistiqu^. Nitrogen. 
Air rarefie. Rarefied air. 
Air vici6. Nitrogen (old term). 
Airain. Brass. 
Aire. Area. 
Airelle. Whortleberry. 
Aisselle. Axilla ; Armpit. 
Ajutage. Adjutage. 
Akene. See Achaine. 
Akidopirastique, ou -peirastique. 

Akidopeirastic. [sique). 

Akinesique. Akinesic. See Acine- 
Akiurgie. See Aciurgie. 
Aknemie. Aknemia ; Acnemia. 
Akologie. Akology ; Aceology ; Aoo- 

logy- 

Alabastrite. Variety of alabaster. 
Alaire. Alar ; Alaris. 
Alaise. Draw-sheet. 
Alalie. Alalia. 
Alambic. Alembic. 
Alanine. Alanin, or -ne. 
Alantine. Alantin ; Inulin. 
Alateme. Buckthorn. [ointment. 

Albano. Name given to a mercurial 
Albation; Dealbation. The action of 

rendering white. 
Albatre. Alabaster. 
Albide. Whitish ; Albescent. 
Albinisme. Albinism ; Albinismus. 
Albinos. Albino. 
Albugin^, -ee. Albugineous. 
Albuginee. Albuginea. 
Albugineux, -euse. Albugineous. 
Albuginite. Albuginitis. 
Albugo. Albugo. 
Albumen. Albumen. 
Albuminate. Albuminate. 
Albumine. Albumin ; Albumen. 
Albumin^, -ee. That contains albumen. 
Albumineux, -euse. Albuminous. 
Albuminimetre. Albuminimeter ; Al- 

bumimeter ; Albuminometer. 
Albuminine. Albuminin. 
Albuminipare. Albuminiparous. 
Albuminoide. Albuminoid ; Albu- 

menoid. [oids. 

Albuminoides. Matieres-. Albumin- 



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Albumiuose. Albuminose. 

Albiuninurie. Albuminuria. 

Albumiuurique. Albuminuric. 

Alcahest. Alcahest. 

Alcalescence. Alkalescence ; The state 
of a substance that becomes alkaline, 
or that is but feebly alkaline. 

Alcalescent, -ente. Alkalescent. 

Alcali. Alkali. 

Alcalifiant, -ante ; Alcaligene. That 
renders alkaline. 

Alcalimetre. Alkalimeter. 

Alcalimetrie. Alkalimetry. [Alkali. 

Alcaliu, s. An alkaline substance ; 

Acalin, -ine. Alkaline. 

Alcalinisation. Alkalization, or -sation. 

Alcalinisme. The physiological or patho- 
logical state due to the over-employ- 
ment of alkalis. 

Alcalinite. Alkalinity. 

Alcalinule. Old term for a basic salt. 

Alcalisatiou. Alkalization, or -sation. 

Alcalis6, -ee. Alkalized, or -sed. 

Alcaliser. To alkalize, or -se. 

Alcaloide. Alkaloid, s. and adj. 

Alcalolmetrie. Alkalimetry. 

Alcaptone. Alkapton. 

Alcarslne. Alkarsin ; Cacodyl. 

Alcee. Althea. 

Alchimie. Alchemy. 

Alcool. Alcohol. 

Alcoolat. Alcoholate. 

Alcoolate. Alcoholate. [Alcoholature. 

Alcoolature. An alcoholic tincture ; 

Alcool^. An alcoholic compound having 
a medicinal character. 

Alcoolimdtrie. Alcoholimetry. 

Alcoolique. Alcoholic. 

Alcoolisation. Alcoholization, or- sation. 

Alcoolise, -^e. Applied to a liquid con- 
taining alcohol ; Alcoholic. 

Alcoolisme. Alcoholism. 

Alcoolometre. Alcoholometer. 

Alcoolotif. An external alcoholic me- 
dicament. 

Alcoomel. Pharmaceutical excipient 
composed of one part of alcohol and 
three parts of honey. 

Alcoomelle. Mixture containing three 
parts of honey and one part of an 
alcoholic tincture. [meter. 

Alcoometre. Alcoometer ; Alcoholo- 

Alcoometrie. Alcoometry ; Alcoholo- 

Alcomine. Alcornin. [metry. 

Alcomoque. Alcornoque. 

Aldehydate. Relating to the aldehyds. 

Aldehyde. Aldehyd. 

Aldehydine. Aldehydene. 

Aldehydique. Relating to the aldehyds. 



Aldol. Aldol. 

Alembroth. Sel-. Sal alembroth. 

Alese. Draw-sheet. 

Aletris. Aletris. 

Aleurometre. Aleurometer. 

Aleurone. Aleurone. 

Alexipharmaque. Alexipharmac ; 
Alexipharmic ; Antidote. 

Alexipyr^tique. Alexipyretic. 

Alexitere. Alexiteric ; Alexeteric, s. and 
adj. ; Counter-poison ; Antidote. 

Alezan, -aue. Chestnut-coloured. 

Aleze. Draw-sheet ; Aleze. 

Algalie. Catheter. 

Algaroth ; Algeroth. Algaroth. 

Algedo. Algedo. 

Algeroth. Algaroth. 

Algide. Algid ; Cold ; Chilly. 

Algidity. The algid state. 

Algologie. Alcology ; Phycology. 

Algopoetique. Algopoietic. 

Algospasme. Algospasm. 

Algospastique. Relating to algospasm. 

Algostase. Cessation of a pain ; Algo- 

Algues. Algae ; Sea-weed. [stasis. 

Alibile. Alible ; Nutritive. 

Alibilite. Alibility. 

Alienation. Alienation ; Mental de- 
rangement ; Insanity. [Maniac. 

Aliene, -ee, s. Lunatic ; Mad person ; 

Ali^n^, -^e, adj. Deranged ; Mad ; 
Insane. [insanity. 

Alieniste. Alienist ; A specialist for 

Aliforme. Aliform ; Wing-shaped. 

Aliment. Aliment; Nourishment ; Food. 

Alimentaire. Alimentary. 

Alimentation. Alimentation. 

Alimenteux, -euse. Acting as a food ; 
Nutritious. 

Alimentivit^. Alimentivity 

Alipede. Aliped. 

Alipsie. Inunction. 

Aliptique. Aliptic. 

Alisma. Alisma. 

Alit6, -^e. Bedridden. 

Alitemeut. Precautions, etc., employed 
in putting a patient to bed. 

Alizarine. Alizarin. 

AUaitement. Lactation ; Suckling. 

AUamanda. Allamanda. 

Allantiasis. Allantiasis. 

AUantoide. Allantoid. 

AUantoldien, -ienne. Allantoid. 

AUantoine. Allantoin. 

Allantoique. Allantoic. 

Allantotoxicon. Allantotoxicon. 

Alleluia. Hallelujah ; Wood-sorrel. 

AUenthese. Allenthesis. 

AUesthesie. Allesthesia ; AUochiria. 



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AUiac^, -ee. Alliaceous. 

AUiage. Alloy. 

AUochezie. Allochezia. 

AUochirie. Allochiria. 

Allochromasie. Allochromasia. 

AUoeotique. AUoeotic ; Alleotic. 

AUolalie. Allolalia. 

Allomorphie. Allomorphism. 

Allonge. Tube fixed on to a retort to 
lengthen it (Chemistry). [tion. 

AUongement. Lengthening ; Elonga- 

AUopathie. Allopathy. 

Allopathique. Allopathic. 

AUotriodontie. Allotriodontia. 

AUotriolithiase. Allotriolithiasis. 

AUotriophagie. AUotriophagy. 

AUotriotecnie. AUotriotexis. 

Allotriurie. Allotriuria. 

AUotrophique. Allotrophic. 

Allotropie. Allotropy. [Allotropic. 

Allotropique. Relating to Allotropy ; 

AUotropisme. Allotropism. 

AUoxane. Alloxan. 

Alloxanthine. Alloxantin. 

Allumette. Lucifer-match. 

Allure. Gait ; Bearing. 

Alluvion. Alluvion. 

Allyle. Allyl. 

AUylene. Allylin. 

Allylique. Relating to Allyl ; AUylic. 

Aloes. Aloe ; Aloes. 

Aloetine. Aloetin ; Aloeretin. 

Alo6tique. Aloetic. 

Alogotrophie. Alogotrophy. 

Aloin. Impure aloetin. 

Aloine. Aloin. 

Alonsenel. Alonsenel. 

Alopecie. Alopecia. 

Aloyau. Sirloin. [sugar. 

Alphenic. Alphenic ; White barley 

Alphitedon. Fracture-. Fracture of the 
skull in which the bones are reduced 
to the consistency, as it were, of flour. 

Alphonsin. Alphonsin ; Alfonsin. 

Alphos. Alphos. 

Alterant, -ante, s.w. et adj. Alte- 
rant ; Alterative, s. and adj. 

Alteration. Alteration. 

Altere, -ee. Changed ; Altered ; Ab- 
normal ; Thirsty. 

Altemance. Alternation. 

Alternant, -ante. Alternating. 

Alterne. Alternate. [mallow. 

Althaea. Althaaa ; Althea ; Marsh- 

Altheine. Althein. 

Altimetrie. Hypsometry. 

Altitude. Altitude. [egotism. 

Altruisme. Altruism ; The opposite to 

Aludel. Aludel. 



Aluine ; Absinthe. Wormwood ; Ab- 
sinthium ; Absinthe. 

Alumen ; Alun. Alum ; Alumen. 

Aluminate. Aluminate. 

Alumine. Alumina. 

Alumineux, -euse. Aluminous ; Re- 
lating to alumina ; Composed of 
alumina. [alumina. 

Aluminite. Natural hydro-sulphate of 

Aluminium. Aluminium. 

Alun. Alum. [.substance. 

Alunage. The addition of alum to a 

Alunation. The formation of alum. 

Alun6, -6e. Aluminated. 

Alveolaire. Alveolar. 

Alveole. Alveolus ; Socket. 

Alveole, -ee. Alveolate. 

Alveolo-dentaire. Alveolo-dental. 

Alvin, -ine. Alvine. 

Alymphie. Alymphia. 

Amadou. Touch-wood ; German tinder. 

Amalgamation. Amalgamation. 

Amalgame. Amalgam. 

Amande. Almond. 

Amande. Amygdalate; Milk of almonds. 

Amandier. Almond-tree. 

Amandine. Amandin ; Legumin. 

Amanitine. Amanitin. 

Amarine. Amarin. 

Amarone. Amarone. 

Amas. Accumulation. 

Amastie ; Amazie. Amastia ; Amazia. 

Amativit6. The instinct of procreation ; 

Amaurose. Amaurosis. [Amativeness. 

Amaurotique. Amaurotic. 

Amazie. Amazia ; Amastia. 

Ambi. Arabe ; A Greek name of an 
apparatus for reduction of dislocation 
of the shoulder. [ing- 

Ambiant, -ante. Ambient ; Surround- 

Ambidextre. Ambidextrous. 

Amblotique. Amblotic ; Abortifacient. 

Amblyope. Affected with amblyopia ; 

Amblyopic. Amblyopia. [Amblyopic. 

Ambon. Ambon. 

Ambre. Amber. 

Ambr^, -ee. Amber-coloured. 

Ambreine. Ambrein. 

Ambreique. Pertaining to amber. 

Ambresin, -ine. Composed of amber. 

Ambrette. Ambrette. 

Ambroisie. Ambrosia. [ambrosia. 

Ambrosiac^, -ee. Having the smell of 

Ambrosie. Ambrosia. [brosian. 

Ambrosiaque ; Ambrosien, -enne. Am- 

Ambulacre. Ambulacrum. 

Ambulance. Ambulance. [tory. 

Ambulant, -ante. Ambulant; Ambula- 

Ambulation. Exercise of patients. 



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Ambulatoire. Ambulatory. 
Ambustion. Ambustion ; Burn ; Cau- 
Ame. Soul ; Mind. [terisation. 

Amelide ; Ammelide. Ammelid. 
Amelioration. Amelioration ; Improve- 
Amenomanie. Amenomania. [ment. 
Amenorrhee. Amenorrhea, or -oea. 
Amentace, -ee. Amentaceous. 
Amer, -ere, culj. Bitter, adj. 
Amer, .^\ Bitter, .v. 
Ametrie. Ametria. 
Ametrope. Ametropic. 
Am^tropie. Ametropia. 
Amiantace, -ee. Resembling amiantus. 
Amiante. Amiantus ; Asbestos. 
Amibe. Ameba ; Amoeba. 
Amibien, -ienne. Ameban ; Amoeban ; 

Amebic ; Amoebic. 
Amiboide. Ameboid ; Amoeboid. 
Amidalique, Amidolique. Owing its 

properties to the presence of starch. 
Amide. Amid ; Amide. [ammonia. 

Amidiaque. A compound of starch and 
Amidin. Starch. 

Amidine. Amidin ; Soluble starch. 
Amidolique. See Amidalique. 
Amidon. Starch ; Fecula. . 
Amidonne, -6e. Containing starch ; 
Amiduline. Amidulin. [Amylaceous. 
Amidure. Applied to the chemical 

union of starch with iodine, ammonia, 
Amilene ; Amylene. Amylene. [etc. 
Amine. Amin. 
Ammelide. Ammelid. 
Ammeline. Ammelin. 
Ammi. Ammi. 

Ammoniac, -aque. Ammoniac. 
Ammoniacal, -ale. Ammoniacal. 
Ammoniac^, -ee. Ammoniated. 
Ammoniacum. Ammoniacum. 
Ammoniaque. Ammonia. 
Anunoniaque, -ee. Ammoniated. 
Ammoniate ; Ammoniure. Ammonide. 
Ammoni^mie ; Ammonihemie. Ammo- 

niemia ; Ammoniaamia. 
Ammonique. Containing ammonia ; 

Pertaining to ammonia. 
Ammonium. Ammonium. 
Ammoniure. Ammonide. 
Ammophile. Ammophilous. 
Ammotherapie. Ammotherapy. 
Amnesic. Amnesia. 
Amnestique. Amnestic. 
Amniorrhee. Amniorrhea, or -oea. 
Amnios. Amnion. [nionic ; Amniac. 
Amniotique ; Amnique. Amniotic ; Am- 
Anmite. Amnitis ; Amniotitis. 
Amome. Amomum. 
Amorphe. Amorphous. 



Amorphie. Amorphia. 

Amorphinisme. Amorphinism. 

Amorphique. Pertaining to amorphia ; 
Anior^jhous. 

Amorphisme. Amorphism. 

Amorphose. The amorphous state. 

Amour. Love. 

Amouroche. Camomile. [Grape-cure. 

Ampeloth^rapie. Ampelotherapy ; 

Amphemerine. Amphemerina. 

Amphiarthrose. Amphiarthrosis. 

Amphiaster. Amphiaster. 

Amphibie, v. Amphibia. [bious. 

Amphibia, Amphibien, -enne. Amphi- 

Amphiblestroide. Amphiblestroid. 

Amphiblestroldite. Amphiblestritis. 

Amphiblestroidomalacie. Softening of 

Amphibole. Amphibolia. [the retina. 

Amphibologique. Amphibolic. 

Amphide. Amphid. [ment. 

Amphidesme. Having a double liga- 

Amphigame. Of both sexes. 

Amphigene. Amphigenous. 

Amphimerine. Amphemerina. 

Amphismile. Amphismela ; A double- 
edged scalpel. [Lecture theatre. 

Amphitheatre. Operating theatre ; 

Amphitrope. Araphitropous. 

Amphodiplopie. Amphodiplopia. 

Amphodonte. Having teeth in both 

Amphore. Amphora. [jaws. 

Amphoricite. Amphoricity. 

Amphorique. Amphoric. 

Amphotere. Amphoteric. 

Amplectif, -ive. Amplectant. 

Ampliation. Ampliation. 

Amplitude. Amplitude. 

Ampoule. Ampulla ; Blister. 

Ampullaire. Having the form of an 
ampulla ; Trumpet-shaped. 

Amputation. Amputation. 

Amulette. Amulet. [taining starch. 

Amydold, -ee. Applied to extracts con- 

Amyelenc^phalie. Amyelencephalia. 

Amyelie. Amyelia. [lonervia. 

Amyelon^vrie. Amyeloneuria ; Amye- 

Amyelotrophie. Amyelotrophy. 

Amygdale. Tonsil. [lary. 

Amygdalieu, -enne. Tonsillar ; Tonsil- 

Amygdalin, -ine. Amygdaline ; Tonsil- 

Amygdaline. Amygdalin. [lar- 

Amygdalique. Tonsillar ; Amygdaline. 

Amygdalite. Amygdalitis ; Tonsillitis. 

Amygdalo-glosse. Pertaining to the 
tonsils and to the tongue. 

Amygdalolde. Amygdaloid. 

Amygdalotome. Amygdalotome ; Ton- 

Amylac^, -6e. Amylaceous, [sillotome. 

Amyle. Amyl. 



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Amylene. Amylene. 

Amylenique. Pertaining to amylene. 

Amylenisation. The employment of 

amylene as an anaesthetic. 
Amylique. Amylic. [thro-dextrin. 

Amylodextrine. Amylo-dextrin ; Ery- 
Amyloide. Amyloid. 
Amylose. Amylose. 
Amylum. Amylum ; Starch. 
Amyostasie. A trembling caused by 

muscular contraction. 
Amyosthenie. Amyosthenia. 
Amyotrophie. Amyotrophia. 
Amyotrophique. Amyotrophic. 
Ana. Ana ; aa. 
Anabase. Anabasis. 
Anabatique. Anabatic ; Acmastic. 
Anabolie. Anabole. [Anabrochism. 
Anabrochisme. Operation for entropion ; 
Anabrose. Anabrosis. 
Anabrotique. Anabrotic. 
Anacarde ; Anacardier. Anacardium ; 

Cashew-nut tree. [toration. 

Anacatharsie. Anacatharsis ; Expec- 
Anacathartique. Anacathartic. 
Auaclase. Anaclasis. 
Auadipsie. Anadipsia. 
Anadipsique. Anadipsic. 
Anadose. Anadosis. 
Anadrome, ,s. Anadrom. 
Anadrome, adj. Anadromous. 
Ansedoe, -6e. Wanting in sexual organs. 
Ansemie ; Anemic. Anaemia ; Anemia. 
Anaesthesia ; Anesthesia. Anaesthesia ; 
Anaerobie. Anaerobia. [Anesthesia. 
Anaeroplastique. Anaeroplastic. 
Anagallis. Anagallis. [tion. 

Anagenese. Anagennesis ; Regenera- 
Anagyre. Anagyris. 
Anal, -ale. Anal. 
Analepsie. Analepsis ; Analepsy. 
Analeptique. Analeptic. [gia. 

Analgesie ; Analgia. Analgesia ; Anal- 
Analgesine. Analgesin ; Antipyrin. 
Anallantoidien, -enna. Having no al- 
Analogie. Analogy. [lantois. 

Analogique. Analogical. 
Analogisme. Analogism. 
Analogue. Analogous. 
Analthe. Incurable. 
Analyse. Analysis. 
Analyseur. Analyzer, or -ser. 
Anamirtina. Anamirtin. 
Anamnese ; Anamnesia. Anamnesia ; 

Anamnesis. 
Anamnestique. Anamnestic. [niota. 
Anamnie ; Ananmista. Anamnia ; Am- 
Anamorphose. Anamorphosis. 
Ananas. Fine-apple. 



Anandrie. Anandria. 

Anap^iratique. Anapeiratic. [ercises. 

Anaphonese. Anaphonesis ; Vocal ex- 

Anaphrodisiaque. Anaphrodisiac. 

Anaphrodisia. Anaphrodisia. 

Anaphrodite. Anaphroditous. 

Anaphroditique. Anaphroditic. [tion. 

Anaphyse. Reinstatement ; Regenera- 

Anapiratique. Anapeiratic ; Produced 
by repeated movements. 

Anaplasie ; Anaplastic. Anaplasty. 

Anaplastiqua. Anaplastic. 

Anaplerose. Anaplerosis. 

Anaplerotique. Anaplerotic. 

Anapneographe. Anapnograph. 

Anapneometre. Anapneometer. 

Anapneuse. Respiration. 

Anapnoique. Anapnoic. 

Anapophyse. Anapophysis. 

Anarthrie. Anarthria. 

Anasarque. Anasarca; General dropsy. 

Anaspadias. Anaspadias. 

Anaspase. Tearing up or away ; Pull- 
ing up or out. 

Anastaltique. Anastaltic. 

Anastaechiosa. Reduction of a com- 
pound to its first principles. 

Anastomose. Anastomosis. 

Anastomotique. Anastomotic. 

Anastrophie. Splanchnic inversion. 

Anataxie. A change in the coordina- 
tion of parts. 

Anatherapia. Anatherapeusis. 

Anathymiase. Hysterical eructation. 

Anatomic. Anatomy. 

Anatomique. Anatomical. 

Anatomisme. Anatomism, 

Anatomiste. Anatomist. 

Anatresa. Perforation. 

Anatripsiologic. Anatripsology. 

Anatrope. Anatropous. 

Anaudie. Anaudia. 

Anazotique. Not nitrogenous. 

Anazoturie. Anazoturia. 

Ancestral, -ale. Ancestral. 

Anche. Reed (wind instruments). 

Anchilops. Anchilops ; Anchylops. 

Anchois. Anchovy. 

Anconagre. Anconagra. 

Ancon6. Anconeus. 

Anconocace. Arthritis of the elbow. 

Ancjnroide. Ancyroid. 

Andira. Andira. 

Andranatomie. Andranatomy. 

Androgenic. The birth and develop- 
ment of man. 

Androgyne, s. et adj. Androgynus, s. ; 
Androgynous, adj. [mania. 

Andromanie. Andromania ; Nympho- 



AND 



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ANG 



Androme. Andrum ; Elephantiasis of 
the scrotum. 

Andromede. Andromeda. [tomy. 

Androtomie. Androtomy ; Andrana- 

Andrum. Andrum. 

Ane. Ass ; Donkey. 

An^antissement. Prostration ; De- 
pression ; Dejection. 

Anebe. I m puberal. 

Anectasie. Anectasia ; Anectasis. 

An^lectrique. Anelectric. 

Anelectrotomque. Anelectrotonic. 

Anemase. Epidemic anemia of miners. 

Anemia. Anemia ; Anaemia, 

An^mique. Anemic ; Anaemic. 

An^mocymetre. Anemometer. 

An^mographie. Description of the 

An^mometre. Anemometer, [winds. 

Anemone. Anemone. 

Anemonine. Anemonin. 

Anemoscope. Instrument for ascer- 
taining the direction of the wind. 

Anenc6phale, *•. et adj. Anencephalus, 
s. ; Anencephalous, adj. [cephaly. 

Anencephalie. Anencephalia ; Anen- 

Anencephalien, -enne. Anencephaloid. 

Anencephalique. Anencephayc. 

Anenc^phaloh^mie. Anencephalo- 
hemia. 

Anenc^phaloneurie ; Anenc^phalo- 
n^vrie. Anencephaloneuria. 

Anenc^phalotrophie. Anencephalo- 
trophia, or -phy. 

Anentere, -ee. Anenterous. 

An^piploique. Anepiploic. 

An^pischese. Incontinence. 

An^pithymie. Anepithymia. 

An^roiide. Aneroid. 

An^rythroblepsie. Anerythroblepsy, or 
-sia ; Anerythropsia. 

An^sis. Anesis. [and of motricity. 

Anesth^cin^sie. Absence of sensibility 

Anesth^sie. Anesthesia ; Anaesthesia ; 
Insensibility. 

Anesth^sier. To put under the in- 
fluence of an anaesthetic. 

Anesth6simetre. Anesthesimeter ; An- 
aesthesimeter. 

Anesth^sique, s. et adj. Anesthetic ; 
Anaesthetic, s. and adj. 

Aneth. Anethum. 

An^thol. Anethol. 

Aa6tique. Anetic. 

Aneurie ; An^vrie. Aneuria. [nerves. 

Aneurose ; An^vrose. Absence of 

An^vrysmal, -ale. Aneurysmal. 

An^vrysmatique. Aneurysmatic. 

An^vrysme. Aneurysm. 

Anfractuosite. Anfractuosity. 



Ang^lique, s. Angelica ; Lingwort. 

Angelique, adj. Angelic. 

Angidiospongus. Telangiectasia. 

Angiectasie. Angiectasis. 

Angiectopie. Angiectopia. 

Angielcose. Angielcus ; Angeielcus. 

Angiemphraxie. Angiemphraxis. 

Angiite. Angiitis ; Angeiitis. 

Angina. Angina ; Sore throat. 

Angina couennausa. Diphtheria. 

Angina granuleusa, ou das orataurs. 
Clergyman's sore-throat. 

Angina da poitrine, ou du coeur. 
Angina pectoris. 

Angina stridulause. Croup. 

Anginaux, -eusa. Pertaining to angina ; 
Anginoid. 

Angiocholita. Angiocholitis. 

Angiodiastase. Angiodiastasis. 

Angiog6nie. Angiogeny ; Angiogenesis. 

Angiographie. Angiography. 

Angioh^mia. A state of congestion of 
the bloodvessels. 

Angiohydrologie. Angiohydrology. 

Angioltis. Inflammation of the walls 
of the vessels ; Angiitis, [phangitis. 

Angioleucita. Angioleucitis ; Lym- 

Angiolaucologia. Study of the lym- 

Angiologia. Angiology. [phatics. 

Angioljmiphita. Angiolymphitis ; An- 

Angiome. Angioma. [gioleucitis. 

Angiomycas. Telangiectasia. 

Angionome. Angionoma. 

Angionosa. Angiosis. 

Angiopathie. Angiopathy. 

Angiophora. That which accompanies 
vessels from one organ to another. 

Ang^oplanie. Angioplania. [factive. 

Angioplastiqua. Angioplastic ; Vasi- 

Angiopl^rosa. Vascular congestion. 

Angioploca. A morbid nodosity of a 
vessel. 

Angiopyria. Inflammatory fever. 

Augiorrhagia. Angiorrhagia ; Angeior- 
rhagia. 

Angiorrh^e. Angiorrhea, or -oea. 

Angiosa. Angiosis. 

Angiosialita. Angiosialitis. 

Angiospongus. Telangiectasia. 

Angiospore. Angiosporous. 

Angiostegnotiqua. Angiostegnotio. 

Angiost^nosa. Angiostenosis. 

Angiost^osa. Calcareous incrustation 
of an artery. 

Angiostropha. Angiostrophe. 

Angiosjrmphysia. The joining or weld- 
ing of vessels amongst themselves. 

Angiot^lectasia. Angiotelectasia ; Te- 
langiectasia. 



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ANO 



Angiotenique. Angiotenic. [vessels. 

Angiot^rie. A kind of anomaly of the 

Angiotomie. Angiotomy. 

Anglaiser. To dock a horse's tail. 

Angle. Angle. 

Angoisse. Anguish. 

Angone. Feeling of constriction of the 
larynx, with a sensation of suffoca- 
tion (Hysteria). 

Angor pectoris. Angina pectoris. 

Anguille. Eel. 

Anguillule. Anguillula. 

Angulaire. Angular. 

Angulaire de I'omoplate. Levator 
anguli scapulae. 

Angul6, -ee. Angulated. 

Anguleux, -euse. Angulous ; Angular. 

Angustie. Angustia ; Constriction. 

Angusture. Angustura. 

Angusturine. Angusturin ; Brucin. 

Anhelation. Anhelation ; Dyspnoea. 

Anh^ler. To breathe with difficulty. 

Anheleux, -euse. Breathing with dif- 
ficulty ; Out of breath. 

Anh^matose. Anhematosis. 

Aubidrose. Anhidrosis. [Plasmic. 

Anhiste. Anhistous ; Structureless ; 

Anhydratation. The anhydrous state. 

Anhydre. Anhydrous. 

Anhydride. Anhydrid. [lime. 

Anhydrite. Anhydrous sulphate of 

Anhydromy^lie. Anhydromyelia. 

Anide, adj. et s. Anidous, adj. ; 
Anideus, a. 

Anidien, -enne. Anidous. [Colic. 

Anilese. Wind in the intestinal tract ; 

Anil^tique. Pertaining \o wind, etc. 

Anilide. Anilid. [See Anilese. 

Aniline. Anilin. 

Anilique. Pertaining to anilin ; Anilic. 

Animal, s. Animal, s. 

Animal, -ale. Animal, adj. 

Animalcule. Animalcule. 

Animalculisme. Animalculism. 

Animalculovisme. Ovism. [-sation. 

Animalisation. Animalization, or 

Animalit6. The whole of the attributes 
of animals. 

Animation. Animation. 

Anim6, s. Anime. 

Anim6, -ee. Animated ; Animate. 

Animisme. Animism. 

Anions. Anions. 

Aniridie. Aniridia. 

Anis. Aniseed ; Anise ; Anisum. 

Anisate. Anisate. 

Anis6, -6e. Containing aniseed ; Per- 
taining to aniseed. 

Anischiirie. Anischuria ; Enuresis. 



Anisique. Anisic. 

Anisium. A remedy containing aniseed. 

Anisol. Anisol. 

Anisometropie. Anisometropia. 

Anisotrope. Anisotropous. 

Anisurique. Anisuric. 

Anisyle. Anisyl. [lenteron. 

Ankylent^rie ; Ancylent^rie. Anky- 

Ankylo- ou Ancylobl^pharon. Ankylo- 
blepharon, [cheilia. 

Ankylo- ou Ancylochilie. Ankylo- 

Ankylo-ou Ancylocolpe. Ankylocolpos. 

Ankylo- ou Ancylocore. Ankylocore. 

Ankylo- ou Ancylodontie. Ankylo- 
dontia. [glossia. 

Ankylo- ou Ancyloglosse. Ankylo- 

Ankylo- ou Ancyloglossotome. Anky- 
loglossotome. [Curved probe. 

Ankylo- ou Ancylomele. Ankylomele ; 

Ankylo- ou Ancylom^risme. Ankylo- 
merism. 

Ankylo- ou Ancylopodie. Ankylopodia. 

Ankylo- ou Ancyloproctie. Ankylo- 
proctia. 

Ankylops ; Anchilops. Anchylops. 

Ankylorrhinie. Ankylorrhinia. 

Ankylose. Ankylosis. 

Ankylostomasie. Ankylostomiasis. 

Ankylostome. Ankylostoma. 

Ankylotie. Ankylotia. [tome. 

Ankylotome ; Ancylotome. Ankylo- 

Ankylur^thrie. Stricture of theurethra. 

Ankyrisme. Ankyrism. 

Ankyroide ; Anc3T0ide. Ankyroid. 

Anneau. Ring. [lides. 

Ann^lidaire. Pertaining to the anne- 

Ann^lide. Annelide. 

Annexe. Annex. 

Annuel, -elle. Annual. 

Annulaire, adj. Annular. 

Annulaire, s. Ring finger. 

Anode. Anode. 

Anodonte. Anodontous. 

Anodontie. Anodontia. 

Anodjni, -ine. Anodyne, adj. and a. 

Anodynie. Anodynia. [Irregular. 

Anomal, -ale. Anomalous ; Abnormal ; 

Anomalie. Anomaly. 

Anomalonomie. Teratology. 

Anomoc^phale. Anomocephalus («), 
-lous (adj) ; Anomalocephalus («), 
-lous {adj). L(ac?y). 

Anomphale. Anomphalus (5), -lous, 

Anonychie. Anonychia. 

Anonyme. Anonymous. 

Auoopsie. Anoopsia ; Strabismus in 
which the eye is turned upward. 

Anophthalmie. Anophthalmia. 

Anophthalmoh^mie. Ocular anaemia. 



ANO 



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ANT 



Anopsie. Anopsia ; Anopsy ; Am- 
blyopia. 

Ano-pubien, -enne. Ano-pubic. [adj. 

Anorcbide. Anorchus, «.; Anorchous, 

Auorcbidie. Anorcbia ; Anorcbism. 

Anorexie. Anorexia. 

Anorganique. Anorganic. 

Anorganographie, Anorganologie. Tbe 
study of inorganic compounds- 

Anormal. Abnormal. 

Anortbose. Anorthosis. 

Anosmie. Anosmia. 

Auosmatique. Having no sense of smell. 

Anosphresie. Anospbresia, -sis, or -sy ; 
Anospbrasia. 

Anostose. Anostosis. 

Anote. Anotus, 6-. ; Anotous, adj. 

Auoxemie ; Anoxbeniie ; Anoxyemie. 
Anoxyeraia, or -seniia. 

Auoxemique ; Anoxbemique ; Anoxy- 
^mique. Anoxyemie, or -semic. 

Anoxydique. Anoxydic ; Wbich cannot 
be oxidized. 

Anse. Ansa ; Loop. 

Anserin, -ine. Anserine. 

Ansifonne. In form of a loop. 

Antacide, Antiacide. Antacid. 

Antagonisme. Antagonism. 

Antagoniste. Antagonist, s. ; Anta- 
gonistic, adj. 

Antalgique. Antalgic. 

Autapbrodisiaque ; Antiapbrodisi- 
aque. Antaphrodisiac. [artbritic. 

Antarthritique ; Antiartbritique. Ant- 
Antecedent, -ente, adj. et s.m. Ante- 
cedent. 

Anteflexion. Anteflexion. 

Antemetique. Antemetic ; Antiemetic. 

Antenne. Antenna. 

Ant^phialtique. Remedy fornigbtmare. 

Anterieur, -eure. Anterior. 

Anterotique. Anterotic. 

Anteversion. Anteversion. 

Antbelitragien, -enne. Pertaining to 
tbe anthelix and to the tragus. 

Antbelix. Anthelix. 

Antbelmie. Spigelia anthelmia. 

Antbelmintique. Anthelmintic. 

Antb^mis. Antbemis ; Camomile. 

Antbemium. Inflorescence. 

Antb6moptique. Antbemoptic. 

Antbese. Antbesis. 

Anthracene. Anthracene. 

Antbracie. Anthracia. 

Anthracique. Anthracic. 

Anthracite. Anthracite. 

Anthracnose. Anthracnosis. 

Anthracoide. Anthracoid. 

Antbracometre. Anthracometer. 



Anthracose. Anthrax ; Cbarbon. 

Antbracosis. Anthracosis. 

Antbracotypbus. Antbracotypbus ; 
Plague ; Haamorrbagic typhus. 

Anthrax. Anthrax ; Carbuncle ; Ma- 
lignant pustule. [thropic. 

Anthropique. Relating to man ; An- 

Antbropisme. That which relates to 
man ; Anthropism. 

Anthropochimie. Chemical analysis of 
tbe tissues, etc., of man. 

Antbropogenie. Anthropogenesis. 

Antbropograpbie. Anthropograpby. 

Antbropolithe. Concretion of the 
human body. 

Antbropologie. Anthropology. 

Antbropologique. Anthropologic. 

Antbropologiste, ou Antbropologue. 
A student of anthropology. 

Antbropomagnetisme. Animal mag- 
netism. 

Antbropometrie. Anthropometry. 

Antbropomorpbe. Anthropomorphic. 

Antbropomorphologie. Treatise on tbe 
shape of human organs. 

Antbroponomie. The determination of 
the laws governing human actions. 

Antbroponosologie. Nosology concern- 
ing man's morbid affections. 

Anthropophage. A cannibal, «. ; Can- 
nibal, adj. 

Anthropopbagie. Anthropophagy. 

Anthropophobie. Anthropophobia. 

Antbroposcopie. Study of the human 
face. [tology. 

Antbroposomatologie. Antbroposoma- 

Anthroposopbie. Abstract study of 
man's actions. [human diseases. 

Antbropotberapie. Therapeutics of 

Antbropotomie. Anthropotomy. 

Anthydriase. Explanation of what is 
opposed to hydrotherapy. 

Antbydropique. Antbydropic. 

Antbypnotique. Anthypnotic. [driac. 

Antbypocbondriaque. Anthypochon- 

Antbyst^rique. Anthysteric. 

Antiacide. Antacid. 

Antiadite. Antiaditis ; Tonsillitis. 

Antialcalin, -ine. Antalkaline. 

Antianemique. Opposed to anaemia. 

Antiapbrodisiaque. Antiapbrodisiac ; 
Anaphrodisiac, adj. and s. 

Antiapoplectique. Antapoplectic. 

Antiartbritique. Antiarthritic ; Ant- 
arthritic, [of asphyxia. 

Antiasphyctique. Relating to the cure 

Antiastbmatique. Antiasthmatic; Ant- 
asthmatic, [ataxia. 

Antiataxique. Relating to the cure of 



ANT 



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ANT 



Antibrachial, -ale. Antibrachial ; Per- 
taining to the forearm. 

Anticachectique. Anticachectic. 

Anticancereux, -euse ; Anticarcinoma- 
teux, -euse. Employed against cancer; 
Anticancerous. [of the stomach. 

Anticardium. Anticardium ; The pit 

Anticarieux, -euse. Anticarious. 

Anticatarrhal, -ale. Anticatarrhal. 

Anticaustique. Anticaustic. 

Anticharbonneux. Employed against 
anthrax. 

Antichir. Thumb. [chirotonous. 

Antichirotone. Antichirotonus ; Anti- 

AnticMore. Sulphite of soda and other 
compounds employed to remove colour. 

Antichlorotique. An tichl orotic. 

Anticholerique. Anticholeric. 

Anticipant, -ante. Anticipating. 

Anticolique. Anticolic. [Reaction. 

Anticope. Repercussion; Counter-blow; 

Anticoposcope. Pleximeter ; Anticopo- 
meter. 

Anticritique. Anticritical. 

Antidartreux, -euse. Employed against 
skin diseases. 

Antid^nutritif, -ive. Contrary to a want 
of assimilation or to denutrition. 

Antideperditeur, -trice ; Antideper- 
ditif. Said of food that diminishes 
the waste due to a want of assimila- 
tion. 

Antidiarrh^ique. Antidiarrhoeal. 

Antidigestif, -ive. Antidigestive. 

Antidinique. Antidinic; Curing vertigo. 

Antidote. Antidote. 

Antidysenterique. Antidvsenteric. 

Antiemetique. Antiemetic ; Antemetic. 

Antiephialtique. Antephialtic ; Em- 
ployed against nightmare. 

Antiepileptique. Antepileptic. 

Antifebrile. Antifebrile. 

Antifebrine. Antifebrin. 

Antigalactique. Antigalactic. 

Antigoutteux, -euse. Antipodagric ; 
Employed against gout. 

Antihectique. Antihectic. 

Antihemorrhagique. Anthemorrhagic. 

Antihemorrhoidal, -ale. Anthemor- 

Antihepatique. Antihepatic. [rhoidal. 

Antiherpetique. Antiherpetic. 

Antihydropique. Antihydropic ; Ant- 
hydropic. 
Antihypnotique. Anthypnotic. 
Antihysterique. Anthysteric. 
Antilaiteux, -euse. Antigalactic. 
Antileptique. Antileptic ; Revulsive, 
Antilethargique. Employed against 
lethargy. 



Antilithique. Antilithic. 

Antilobe. Antilobium. 

Antiloemique. Antiloemic ; Antilemic. 

Antilysse. Antilyssic. [hydrogen. 

Antimammoniaque. Antimoniuretted 

Antimephitique. Antimephitic. 

Antimoine. Antimonium ; Antimony. 

Antimonial, -ale. Antimonial. 

Antimoniate. Antimoniate. 

Antimoniaux. Medicines whose active 
principle is antimony. 

Antimonie, -ee. Antimoniated. 

Antimonieux, -euse. Antimonious. 

Antimonique. Antimonie. 

Antimoniure. Alloy of antimony. 

Antimonyle. An hypothetical radicle 
of antimony. [glanders. 

Antimorveux, -euse. Employed against 

Antimydriatique. Antimydriatic. 

Antin6pliretique. Antinephritic. 

Antiobesique. Employed against obe- 
sity. 

Antiodontalgique. Antiodontalgic. 

Antiorgastique. Antiorgastic ; Seda- 
tive ; Anaphrodisiac. 

Antipalud^en, -eenne. Employed 
against the morbific influence of 
marshes. 

Antiparalytique. Antiparalytic. 

Antipathie. Antipathy ; Aversion. 

Antipediculaire ; Antipediculeux, 
-euse. Destructive of lice. 

Antipeptone. Anti-peptone. 

Antiperiodique. Antiperiodic. 

Antiperistaltique. Antiperistaltic. 

Antipestilentiel, -elle. Antipesti- 
lential. [pharmac, or -mic, 

Antipharmaque. Antipharmic ; Alexi- 

Antiphlogistique. Antiphlogistic. 

Antiphlogose. The result of the action 
of antiphlogistics. 

Antiphthiriaque; Antiphthirique. 
Same as Antipediculaire {q.>\). 

Antiphthisique. Employed against 
phthisis. [minative. 

Antiphysetique. Antiphysetic ; Car- 

Antiphysique. Antiphysic. 

Antiplexiretique. Antipleuritic. 

Antipodagrique. Antipodagric. 

Antiprostates. Cowper's or Mery's 
glands. 

Antipsorique. Antipsoric. 

Antiputride. Antiseptic 

Antipyique. Antipyic. 

Antipyrese. Antipyresis. 

Antipyretique. Antipyretic. 

Antipyrine. Antipyrin, 

Antipyretique. Antipyrotic. 

Antirhumatismal, -ale. Antirheumatic. 



ANT 



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APN 



Antiscorbutique. Antiscorbutic. 

Antiscrofuleux, -euse. Employed 
against scrofula. 

Antiseptie ; Antisepticie. Antisepsis. 

Antiseptique. Antiseptic. 

Antiseptol. Antiseptol. 

Antisialique. Antisialic. 

Antisialagogue. Antisialagogue. 

Antispaae. Antispasis. 

Antispasmodique. Antispasmodic. 

Antispastique. Antispastic. 

Antisudoral, -ale. Antisudorific. 

Antisyphilitique. Antisyphilitic. 

Antithenar. Antithenar. [retic. 

Antithennique. Antithermic ; Antipy- 

Antitoxique. Antitoxic ; Antidotal. 

Antitragien, -enne. Antitragic. 

Antitrope. Antitrope. 

Antitypique. Febrifuge (especially for 
fevers of a regular type). 

Antivariolique. Employed against 
small pox. 

Antiv^nerien, -ienne. Antivenereal. 

Antivenimeux, -euse. Specially em- 
ployed against poisons. 

Antivermineux, -euse. Employed 
against worms. 

Antivirulent, -ente. Opposed to the 
action of virulent affections. 

Antizymique. Antizymic ; Antizy- 

Antozone. Antozone. [motic. 

Antre. Antrum. 

Anudron. Stramonium. 

Anurese. Anuresis ; Anuria. 

Anuria. Anuria ; Anuresis. 

Anurique. Anuric. 

Anus. Anus. 

Anverus. Arrowroot. 

Anxiety. Anxiety. 

Aorte. Aorta. 

Aortectasie. Aortectasia. 

Aort^vrysme. Aorteurysma. 

Aortique. Aortic. 

Aortite. Aortitis. 

Apanthropie. Apanthropy. 

Aparthrose. Aparthrosis. 

Apathie. Apathy. 

Apatite. Natural phosphate of lime. 

Apelle. Apella. 

Apepsie. Apepsia, 

Aperception. Operation of the mind 
succeeding to impression and after- 
wards to perception. [periodicity. 

Ap^riodique. Happening without 

Aperisperm^, -^e. Aperispermic. 

Aperistone, -ie. Wanting in persistency. 

Aperitif, -ive. Aperitive ; Aperient. 

Apetale, ou Ap^tal6, -^e. Apetalous. 

Apex. Apex. 



Aphagie. Aphagia. 

Aphakie. Aphakia ; Aphacia. 

Aphanlsme. Evanescence. 

Aphaque. Aphakic ; Aphacic. 

Aphasie. Aphasia. 

Aphasique. Aphasie ; Aphasiac. 

Aphemie. Aphemia ; Motor aphasia. 

Aph^mique. Aphemie. 

Aph^rese. Apheresis ; Aphseresis. 

Aphesis. End of an abscess. [flame. 

Aphlogistique. Burning without a 

Aphone. Aphonic. 

Aphonie. Aphonia. 

Aphorese. Aphoresis. 

Aphoretique. Used to express the 

intensity of a fever. 
Aphorie. Aphoria. 
Aphorisme. Aphorism. 
Aphoristique. Aphoristic. 
Aphrasie. Aphrasia. [blood. 

Aphrodique. Pertaining to frothy 
Aphrodisiaque. Aphrodisiac. 
Aphrodisie. Aphrodisia. 
Aphrodisiographie. Description of 

aphrodisia and its effects. 
Aphroditalre. Aphrodisiac. 
Aphthe ; Aphte. Aphtha ; Aphthas ; 

Aphthous stomatitis ; Thrush. 
Aphtheux, -euse ; Aphteux, -euse. 

Aphthous. 
Aphthoide; Aphtolde. Aphthoid. 
Aphthongie. Aphthongia. 
Aphylle. Aphyllous. 
Apiaire. Pertaining to bees. 
Apical, -ale ; Apicial, -ale. Apical. 
Apicifixe. Fixed at the apex. 
Apicul^, -^e. Apiculate. 
Apiculum. Pointed apex of an organ. 
Apiculaire. Pertaining to the pointed 

apex of an organ. 
Apicule. Apiculus. 
Apid6, -6e. See Apiaire. 
Apiol. Apiol. 
Apios. Apios. 
Apium. Opium ; Parsley. 
Aplanetique. Aplanatic. 
Aplan^tisme. In optics, the absence 

of spherical aberration. 
Aplasie. Aplasia. 
Aplastique. Aplastic. 
Aplatissement. Flattening. 
Apleurie. Apleuria. 
Aplomb. Equilibrium ; Physiological 

act of standing upright. 
Aplotomie. Aplotomia. 
Apn6e. Apnea ; Apncea. 
Apneosphyxie. Asphyxia. 
Apneumie. Apneumia. 
Apneuste. Affected with apneustia. 



APN 



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APR 



Apneustie. Apneustia; Breathlessness ; 
ApncBa. 

Apobiose. Death ; Mortification. 

Apobolie. Apobole ; Expulsion ; Abor- 

Apocatastase. Apocatastasis. [tion. 

Apocatastique. Apocatastic ; Expul- 
sive, [tion. 

Apocatharsie. Apocatharsis ; Purga- 

Apocathartique. Apocathartic, adj. ; 
A violent cathartic, s. 

Apocenose. Apocenosis. 

Apocod^ine. Apocodein, or -ine. 

Apoconita. A purgative ; Cassia. 

Apocope. Apocope. [ducts. 

Apocrisie. Evacuation of morbid pro- 

Apodacrytique. That arrests epiphora. 

Apode. Apodous. [native land. 

Apodemialgie. Impulse to quit one's 

Apodictique. The doctrine of medical 
philosophy that lays claim to the 
direct demonstration of every notion. 

Apodie. Apodia. 

Apogalactisme. Weaning by separa- 
tion of mother and offspring. 

Apolaire. Apolar. 

Apolepisme. Desquamation. 

Apolepsie. Apolepsis. 

Apolinose. A method of operating for 
fistula in ano (wire and serre-noeud). 

Apolysie. Loosening ; Separation. 

Apomel. Combination of water and 
honey or of vinegar and honey. 

Apomorphine. Apomorphin, or -ine ; 
Apomorphia. 

Apomorphose. Metamorphosis of a 
body by the process of fixing itself on 
another from which it cakes certain 
constituents. 

Apomythose. Apomythosis. 

Aponevrographie. Aponeurography. 

Aponevrologie. Aponeurology. 

Aponevrose. Aponeurosis ; Fascia. 

Aponevrotique. Aponeurotic. 

Aponevrotome. Aponeurotome. 

Apon^vrotomie. Aponeurotomy. 

Apoplectigene. Apoplectigenous. 

Apophlegmatisant, -ante. Apophleg- 
matic, s'. and adj. [phlegmatic. 

Apophlegmatisme. Action of an apo- 

Apophthore. Causing abortion ; A 
substance that causes abortion. 

Apophysaire. Apophysary ; Apophy- 
seal ; Apophysial. 

Apophyse. Apophysis. 

Apophyse, -ee. Having an apophysis. 

Apoplectique. Apoplectic. 

Apoplectoide, et non Apoplectifonne. 
Apoplectoid ; Apoplectiform. 

Apoplexie. Apoplexy ; Apoplexia. 



Apoptose. Apoptosis. [retin. 

Aporrhetine, et non Apor^tine. Apo- 

Aporrhinose. Aporrhinosis. 

Aposepsie. Aposepsis ; Putrefaction. 

Aposie. Aposia ; Adipsia. 

Apositie. Apositia ; Anorexia. 

Apositique. Apositie. 

Aposkeparnismos. Oblique wound of 
the cranium in which a piece of bone 
has been entirely removed. 

Apospastique. Revulsive ; Derivative. 

Apostase. Apostasis. 

Apost6matique. Apostematic. 

Aposteme. Apostem. 

Apostole. Extracts in general. 

Apos3a'nie. Cutaneous erosion. 

Apotelesmatique. Apotelesmatic ; Per- 
taining to apotelesm, the termination 
of a disease. 

Apothecie, Apoth^cion, et Apothecium. 
Apothecium. 

Apotheme. Apothem ; Apothema. 

Apotherapie. After-treatment. 

Apotheriose. The passage of a body to 
a state of resemblance with man. 

Apothermon. A beverage after a bath. 

Apothese. Apothesis. 

Apothicaire. Apothecary ; Druggist. 

Apothicairerie. An apothecary's shop. 

Apozeme. Apozem ; Apozema. 

Appareil. Apparatus. 

Appareillement. Pairing ; Yoking. 

Apparent, -ente. Apparent. 

Appatronnement. Pairing ; Yoking. 

Appauvri, -ie. Impoverished ; De- 
teriorated. [Deterioration. 

Appauvrissement. Impoverishment ; 

Appendice. Appendix. 

Appendice csecal, ilio-csecal, vermicu- 
laire ou venniforme. Appendix ver- 
miformis. 

Appendicite. Appendicitis. 

Appendiculaire. Appendicular. 

Appendicule. Small appendix. 

Appendicule, -6e. Having an appendix. 

Appetence. Appetence ; An appetite ; 

App^tit. Appetite. [A denre. 

Applicata. "Things applied. 

Application ; Topique. An application. 

Apposition. Apposition. 

Apprim6, -^e. Applied to, or lying on, 
an organ (Botany). 

Approximation, Approximation. 

Appui. Support ; Prop. 

Apre. Rough ; Tart ; Rugged ; Uneven. 

Apret6. Tartness ; Roughness ; Harsh- 
ness. 

Aproctie ; Aproctose. Aproctia ; Aproc- 

Aprosopy. Aprosopia. [tosis. 

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Aps^laph6sie. Aj^selapbesia. 

Apsychie. Apsychia ; Unconsciousness ; 

Aptere. Apterous. [A swoon. 

Aptitude. Aptitude ; Fitness ; Ten- 
dency. 

Aptyalie. Aptyalia ; Aptyalism. 

Apyre. Apyrous. 

Ap3n:enomele. Catheter ; Stylet. 

Apyr^tique. Apyretic. 

Apyrexie. Apyrexia, or -xy. 

Aqua. Acjua ; Water. 

Aquapuncture. Aquapuncture. 

Aquatique. Aquatic. [Aquaeductus. 

Aqueduc. Aqueduct ; Aqueductus ; 

Aqueux, -euse. Aqueous ; Watery. 

Aquo-capsulite. Aquocapsulitis ; Serous 

Arabinose. Arabinose. [iritis. 

Arabique. Arabic. 

Arachnite ; Arachnitis. Arachnitis ; 
Arachnoiditis. 

Arachnoide. Arachnoid. 

Arachnoidien, -ienne. Arachnoidal. 

Arachnoidite ; Araclmolte ; Arach- 
noitis. Arachnoiditis. 

Arachnologie. Description of spiders. 

Arack. Arack. 

Aragonite. Xatural carbonate of lime. 

Araign^e. Spider. 

Arbitre. Arbitrator. 

Arborisation. Arborization, or -sation. 

Arbre. Tree. 

Arc. Arc ; Bow. 

Arcade. Arch. 

Arcane. A secret remedy. [clothes. 

Arceau. Cradle for supporting the bed- 

Arch^logie. Treatise on the science of 

Archenteron. Archenteron. [man. 

Archetype. Archetype. 

Archiatre. Archiater. 

Archiblaste. Archiblast. 

Archigonie. Spontaneous generation. 

Archoptose. Archoptosis. 

Arciforme. Arciform. [Infibulation. 

Arctation. Arctation ; Contraction ; 

Arcture. The condition produced by 
the penetration of the skin by an in- 

Arcual, -ale. Arcual. [curved toe-nail. 

Arcuation. Arcuation. 

Arcu6, -ee. Arcuate. [Glowing. 

Ardent, -ente. Ardent ; Burning, adj. ; 

Ardeur. Ardor ; Burning, .s, 

Ardeur d'urine. Ardor urinse. 

Ardeur d'estomac. Pyrosis ; Heartburn. 

Ar6faction. Arefaction ; Exsiccation ; 
Desiccation. 

Arenac^, -6e. Arenaceous ; Sabulous. 

Ar^nation. Arcuation. 

Ax^olaire. Areolar. 

Ar^ole. Areola. 



Ar6ol6, -^e. Areolate ; Areolated. 

Ar^ometre. Areometer. 

Ar^ometrie. Areometry. 

Ar^otique. Areotic ; Attenuant. 

ArSte. (1) Fish-bone ; (2) Oblong eleva- 
tion at the opening of the foramen of 

Arg^ma ; Arg^mon. Argema. [Monro. 

Argemone. Argemone. 

Argent. Argentum ; Silver. 

Argent vif ; Vif-argent. Quicksilver ; 
Mercury. [Argyriasis. 

Argentation. Argentation ; Argyria ; 

Argent^, -6e. Silvered ; Containing 

Argentin, -ine. Argentine. [silver. 

Argenture. Silvering. 

Argile. Argilla ; Potter's clay ; Argil. 

Argileux, -euse ; Argillac6, -ee. Contain- 
ing argil. 

Argjriasis ; Argyrie. Argjrriasis ; Argy- 
ria ; Argyrosis. 

Argyrique. Pertaining to silver. 

Argyritis. Litharge. 

Argyrop6e. Alchemy. 

Aride. Arid ; Dry. 

Aridity. Ariditas ; Aridity ; Dryness. 

Aristoloche. Aristolochia. 

Aristolochique. (1) Aristolochic ; (2) 
Emmenagogue. [mentarium. 

Armature. (1) Armature ; (2) Arma- 

Arme. Any surgical instrument to reach 
a foreign body, a tumour, etc. 

Arm6, -^e. Armed with. 

Armoise. Artemisia ; Mugwort. 

Armoracia. Horseradish. 

Amaldie. A syphilitic affection of the 
middle ages (Castelli). 

Arnica. Arnica. 

Amicine. Arnicin. 

Aromate. An aromatic. 

Aromatique. Aromatic, adj. 

Arome. Aroma. 

Arqu6, -ie. Arcuate ; Bent ; Crooked. 

Arrachement. Tearing up or away ; 
Pulling up or out ; Extraction. 

Arrack ; Arack. Arrack ; Arrak. 

Arrestatif, -ive. Serving to arrest. 

Arret. (1) Arrest ; Stoppage ; (2) A 
surgical instrument serving to fix 
certain organs. 

Arrh^notocie. Arrhenotocia. 

Arrhize. Arrhizous. 

Arrhythme. Arrhythmous, or -mic. 

Arrhythmic. Arrhythmia, or -my. 

Arrhythmique. Arrhythmic, or -mous. 

Arri^r^, -^e. Backward, adj. 

Arriere-bouche. Back of the mouth ; 

Arriere-faix. After-birth. [Pharynx. 

Arriere-gorge. The back of the throat j 
The pharynx behind the tonsils. 



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Arriere-uarines. The posterior open- 
ings of the nasal fossae. 

Arrowroot. Arrowroot. 

Arsenal. Armamentarium (Surgery). 

Ars^niate. Arseniate ; Arsenate. 

Arsenic. Arsenic, ■?. 

Arsenical, -ale. Arsenical. 

Arsenicaux. Arsenical preparations. 

Ars^niciase. Arseniciasis ; Arsenism ; 
Chronic arsenical intoxication. 

Ars^nicique. Arsenic, adj. 

Arsenicisme. Arsenicism ; Arsenism. 

Arsenicophage. Arsenicojihagy, 

Ars^nie, -6e. Giving arsenic ; Contain- 

Ars^nieux. Arsenious. [ing arsenic. 

Ars6nifere. Containing arsenic. 

Ars^niophthisie. Arsenism. 

Arsenique. Arsenic, adj. 

Ars6niqu6, -^e. Arsenicated. 

Ars^nite. Arsenite. 

Ars^niure. An arseniuretted compound. 

Arsiue. Arsin. 

Art. Art. 

Artere. Artery. 

Arteriagre. Arteriagra. [-sation, 

Arterialisation. Arterialization, or 

Arteriaque. Arteriac, s. and adj. 

Arteriectasie. Arteriectasis. 

Arteriectopie. Arteriectopia. 

Arterial, -elle. Arterial. 

Artdrieux, -euse Arterious. [artery. 

Arterieuse. Veine-. The pulmonary 

Art^riographie. Arteriography. 

Arteriole. Arteriole ; Arteriola. 

Arteriologie. Arteriology. 

Art^riomalacie. Arteriomalacia. 

Arterio-phlebotomie. Arteriophlebo- 

Arterioplanie. Arterioplania. [tomy. 

Art^rioscl^rose. Arteriosclerosis. 

Arteriost^nose. Arteriostenosis. 

Arteriost^ose ; Art^riostose. Calcareous 
incrustation of arteries. 

Arteriotome. Arteriotome. 

Arteriotomie. Arteriotomy. 

Arteriotrepsie. Torsion of arteries. 

Arterio - veineux, -euse ; Arterioso - 
veineux, -euse. Arterio-venous. 

Arterite. Arteritis. 

Arthralgia. Arthralgia ; Arthritis. 

Arthralgiqua. Arthralgic. [of a joint. 

Arthrectasia. Dilatation of the cavity 

Arthrectomia. Arthrectomy. 

Arthrambole. Any apparatus for re- 
ducing dislocations. 

Arthremie. Arthreraia. [-aema. 

Arthrampyeme. Arthrempyema, or 

Arthridia. A small articulation. 

Arthrita. Arthritis. 

Arthritique. Arthritic. 



Arthritis ; Arthritisme. Arthritism, 

Arthritolithe. Arthritolith. 

Arthrocace. Arthrocace. 

Arthrocele. Arthrocele. 

Arthroclasia. Arthroclasia, or -sy. 

Arthrodese. Arthrodesis. 

Arthrodia. Arthrodia. 

Arthrodie, -ee. Arthrodial. 

Arthrodynie. Arthrodynia. 

Arthrogrypose. Arthrogryposis. 

Arthrohydrine. Synovin. 

Arthrolitha. Arthritolith. 

Arthrologie. Description of articulation ; 

Arthronalgie. Arthralgia. [Arthrol(^y, 

Arthropathie. Arthropathy. 

Arthrophyta. Foreign body in an arti- 
culation ; Arthrophyte. 

Arthroplastique. Arthroijlastic. 

Arthropyosa. Arthropyosis. 

Arthrosa. Arthrosis. 

Arthrosia. Arthrosia. 

Arthrotomie. Arthrotomy. 

Artichaut. Artichoke. 

Article. Any movable articulation. 

Articulaira. Articular. 

Articulation. Articulation. 

Articul^, -ee. Articulated. 

Artificial, -alia. Artificial. 

Artocarpa. The bread-fruit tree. 

Arum. Arum ; Wake-robin. 

Ary-aiyt6noidien. Ary-arytenoid, adj.; 
The ary-arytenoid muscle ; Ary- 
taenoideus. 

Ary-santorinian. The ary - arytenoid 
muscle ; Arytsenoideus. [glottic. 

Arjrt^no - 6piglottiqua. Aryteno-epi- 

Aryt^noidal, -ala. Arytenoid. 

Aryt6noida. Arytenoid cartilage. 

Aryt^noidian, -anna. Arytenoid. 

Asa. Asa ; A gum. 

Asa dulcis. Benzoin. 

Asa foetida. Asafetida ; Asafoetida. 

Asaphie. Asaphia. 

Asarcia. Asarcia ; Emaciation. 

Asarine. Asarin ; Asarone. 

Asbasta. Asbestos. 

Ascaricida. Ascaricide. [Ascaris. 

Ascarida. Ascaride ; Thread-worm ; 

Ascaridiasis. Ascaridiasis. 

Ascendant, -ante. Ascending. 

Ascension. Ascent. [Syndactylism. 

Aschistodactylie. Aschistodactylism ; 

Ascite. Ascites. 

Ascitiqua. Ascitic ; Ascitical. 

Ascococcus. Ascococcus. 

Asepsie. Asepsis. 

Asaptiqua. Aseptic. 

Aseptol. Aseptol ; Sozolic acid. 

Asialie. Asialia. 

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Asile. Asylum ; Refuge, 
Asitie. Asitia. 

Ask^lie. Monstrosity caused by non- 
development of the legs and thighs. 
Asode. Name given to fevers exhibit- 
ing malaise, suffering and sickness ; 
Asodes ; Surfeit. 
Aspalasome. Aspalasoma. 
Aspaiagine. Asparagin. [paragus. 

Asparagin^, -^e. Pertaining to as- 
Asparamide. Asparagin. 
Asparamique ; Aspartique. Aspartic. 
Asperge. Asparagus. 
Asp6rit^. Unevenness ; "Roughness. 
Aspermatisme. Aspermatism. 
Asperme. Aspermous. 
Asp^rule. Asperula. 
Asphalte. Asphalt. 

Asphaltias; Asphaltite. Name given 
to the fifth lumbar vertebra because 
it supports all the other vertebras. 
Asphyctique. Asphyctic ; Asphyxiated ; 
Asphyxie. Asphyxia. [Asphyctous. 
Asphyxia, -^e. Asphyxiated ; As- 
phyctic ; Asphyctous. 
Asphyxique. Asphyctic ; Asphyctous. 
Aspic. (1) Aspic; Spike lavender ; (2) 
Asp, [fern ; Aspidin. 

Aspidine. Active principle of male 
Aspidiode. Scutiform, 
Aspidisque. A name formerly given to 

the sphincter ani. 
Aspidium. Aspidium ; Male fern. 
Aspido'ide. Scutiform, 
Aspirateur. Aspirator, 
Aspiration. Aspiration. [etc. 

Assainissement. Disinfection of rooms, 
Assaisonnement. Condiment ; Season- 
ing. 
Assation. Assation ; Boiling food or 

drugs in their own juices. 
Assident, -ente. Concomitant with, or 

accessory to, other symptoms. 
Assid^ration. Assideration. 
Assimilabilit6. The state of that which 

has become assimilable. 
Assimilable. Assimilable ; Nutritious. 
Assimilateur, -trice. Rendering assim- 
Assimilation. Assimilation. [liable. 
Assistance. Assistance ; Help ; Relief. 
Association. Association ; Society. 
Associ^, -^e. Associated with. 
Assoupissant, -ante. Soporiferous ; 

Soporific ; Drowsy. 
Assoupissement. Sleepiness ; Heavi- 
ness ; Drowsiness. 
Assouvissement. Satiating. 
Assu^tude. Tolerance of the economy 
to disturbing -causes. 



Assujettissement. Subjection ; Con- 
straint. 

Assurance. Insurance. 

Astasie. Astasia. 

Astatique. Unstable. 

Aster. Aster. 

Ast^rion. Asterion ; The point of 
junction of the mastoid apophyses of 
the temporal and of the sphenoid. 

Asternal, -ale. Asternal. 

Asternie. Asternia. 

Ast^rolde. Asteroid. 

Asth^nie. Asthenia. 

Asth6nique. Asthenic. 

Asth6nopie. Asthenopia. 

Asth^nopyre. Asthenic fever. 

Asthmatique. Asthmatic. 

Asthme. Asthma. 

Asticot. Maggot. 

Astigmatique. Astigmatic. 

Astigmatisme. Astigmatism. 

Astigmometre. Astigmometer ; Astig- 
matometer. 

Astome. Astomous. 

Astomie. The astomous state. 

Astragale. (1) Astragalus (Anatomy) ; 
(2) Astragalus (Botany). 

Astriction. Astriction. 

Astringence. Astringency. [and s. 

Astringent, -ente. Astringent, adj. 

Astrobolisme. Sudden paralysis sup- 
posed to be due to the influence of the 

Astrologie. Astrology. [stars. 

Asym^trie. Asymmetry, 

Asym^trique. Asymmetric ; Irregular. 

Asjmergie. Asynergia. 

Asynergique. Asynergic. 

Asystolie. Asystole, or -ly, or -lism. 

Asystolique. Asystolie. 

Ataraxie. Apathy ; Tranquillity. 

Atavisme. Atavism. 

Ataxic. Ataxia, or -xy. 

Ataxique. Ataxic. 

Ataxodsmamie. Irregularity in the 
action of a part. 

Ataxophdmie. Ataxophemia. 

Atecnie. Impotence ; Sterility. 

At6lectasie. Atelectasis. 

At61enc^phalie. Atelencephalia, or -ly. 

At^lie. Atelia. 

At^locardie. Atelocardia. 

At^lognathie. Atelognathia. 
At6lomy6lie. Atelomyelia. 
At61oprosopie. Ateloprosopia. 
At^lorrhachidie. Atelorrhachidia. 
Athermal, -ale. Not thermal (water 

from 32° to 60° F.). 
Athermique. Produced without eleva- 
tion of the temperature of the body. 



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Athermosystaltique. Said of striped 
muscular fibres, owing to their being 
less sensitive to variations of tem- 
perature than smooth fibres. 

Atheromasie. Atheromasia. 

Ath^romateux, -euse. Atheromatous. 

Atheroma. Atheroma. 

Ath^rosperme. Atherosperma. 

Athlete. Athlete. 

Athl^tique. Athletic. 

Athrepsie. Athrepsia. 

Atlas. Atlas. 

Atlodyme. Atlodymus. 

Atloide ; Atloidien, -enne. Atlantal. 

Atlo'ide. Atlas, s. 

Atloido-axoidien, -enne. Atloido-axoid. 

Atloido-odontoidien, -enne. Atloido- 
odontoid. 

Atloldo - sous - mastoidien. Obliquus 
superior capitis (Muscle). 

Atloido-sous-occipltal. Rectus later- 
alis capitis (Muscle). 

Atmiatrie. Atmiatry. 

Atmidiatrique. The employment of 
atmiatry ; Atmidiatrica. 

Atmidometre ; Atmometre. Atmido- 
meter ; Atmometer. 

Atmosphere. Atmosphere. 

Atmosphdrie. Medical application of 
atmospheric properties. 

Atmospherique. Atmospheric. 

Atmospherologie. Description of the 

Atocie. Atocia. [atmosphere. 

Atome. Atom. 

Atomicite. Atomicity. 

Atomique. Atomic. 

Atomisme. Atomism. 

Atomiste. Atomist. [Atomistic. 

Atomistique. Pertaining to atomism ; 

Atonie. Atony ; Debility. 

Atonique. Atoruc. 

Atorcularien, -enne. Not going to the 
torcular Herophili. 

Atoxique. Atoxic. 

Atrabilaire. Atrabiliary (obsolete). 

Atrabile. Atrabilis ; Black bile (obso- 

Atrachelie. Absence of neck. [lete. 

Atractoide. Shaped like an arrow. 

Atrament. Black pigment. 

Atramentaire. Atramental. 

Atresia. Atresia. 

Atr^sie, -^e. Atresic. 

Atretelytrie. Atretelytria. 

Atretenterie. Atretenteria. 

Atretisme. Atresia. [Symblepharon. 

Atr6toblepharie. Atretoblepharia ; 

Atretocephale. Abnormality consisting 
in imperforation of the mouth, of the 
nose, and of the ears. 



Atretoconne. Abnormality consisting in 
vulvar and anal imperforation. 

Atr^tocysie. Atretocysia ; Atresia of 
the anus. 

Atretocystie. Atretocystia. 

Atretogastrie. Gastric imperforation. 

Atr^tol^mie. Imperforation of the 
pharynx and oesophagus. 

Atr^tometrie. Atretometria. 

Atretopsie. Atretopsia. 

Atr^torrhinie. Nasal imperforation. 

Atretostomie. Buccal imperforation. 

Atreturethrie. Urethral imperforation. 

Atrial, -ale. Atrial. 

Atrichiasis. Atrichosis. 

Atrichie. Atrichia. [Dilatation. 

Atrium. Atrium ; Auricle ; Sinus ; 

Atropa. Atropa. [tropous. 

Atrope. Atropal ; Atropous ; Ortho- 

Atrophie. Atrophy ; Atrophia. 

Atrophique. Atrophic. 

Atropholysie. Atrophic ulceration of the 
tissues in the transit to inanition. 

Atropine. Atropin, or -ine, or -ina. 

Atropisme. Atropism ; Atropinism. 

Atrosine. A black substance extracted 
from belladonna. 

Attache. The point of attachment of a 
muscle or a ligament. 

Attachement. Attachment. 

Attaque. Attack ; Fit. 

Atteinte. Injury ; Lesion ; Fit ; Attack. 

Attelle ; Eclisse. Splint. 

Attentat. Attempt at crime. 

Attentat k la pudeur. Criminal at- 
tempt ; Outrage on decency. 

Attente. Expectation. [tare. 

Attente. Ligature d'-. Temporary liga- 

Attention. Attention. 

Attenuant, -ante. Attenuant. 

Attenuation. Attenuation. 

Attenue, -ee. Attenuated. 

Attitude. Attitude. 

Attouchement. The application to the 
skin, by means of a brush or a piece 
of lint, of a medicinal substance, 
liquid or in powder. 

Attractif, -ive. Attractive (to fluids) ; 
Having attraction. 

Attractifs. Blisters. 

Attraction. Attraction. 

Attribut. Attribute. 

Attrition. Attrition. 

Atypie. The atypic condition. 

Atypique. Atypic ; Atypical, 

Aubepine. Hawthorn. 

Aubergine. Egg-plant. 

Aubier. Sapwood. [of the neck. 

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Auchenhydrocele. Hydrocele of the 
neck, of the thyroid gland. 

Audiometre, ou mieux, Acoumetre. 

Audiphone. Audiphone. [Audiometer. 

Auditif, -ive. Auditory. 

Audition. Audition. 

Augment. Augment ; The increasing 
stage of a disease. 

Augnathe. Augnathus. 

Augure. Augur ; Augury, [or sound. 

Aulacomele. A grooved probe, director, 

Aulacostome. A species of leech. 

Aulne, Aune. Alder- tree. 

Auln^e, Aun^e. Inula. 

Aura. Aura. 

Aurantine. Hesperidin. 

Aureole. Areola. 

Auriculaire. Auricular. 

Auricula. Auricle. [ear. 

Auricula, -^6. Having an auricle or an 

Auriculiforme. Having the shape of an 
auricle or of an ear. 

Aurification. Stopping teeth with gold. 

Aurifique. Auriferous. 

Aurifomie. Auriform. [of gold. 

Aurigineux, -euse. Having the colour 

Aurine. Aurin. 

Atirique, Pertaining to gold. 

Auriscalpe. Auriscalp. 

Auriscope, ou mieux, Otoscope. Auri- 
scope ; Otoscope. 

Auriste. Aurist. 

Aurore. Aurora. 

Auscultation. Auscultation. 

Austere. Sharp to the taste. 

Austral, -ale. Southern. [health. 

Autarcie. State of well-being, of good 

Aut^choscope. Autechoscope. 

Autem^sie. Idiopathic vomiting. 

Authemere. That takes place on the 
same day. 

Autocarpien, -enne. Autocarpous. 

Autochthone. Autochthon, s. ; Autoch- 
thonous, adj. 

Autocin^sie. Autocinesis. 

Autoclave. Autoclave. 

Autogene. Autogenous. 

Autogenese; Autog^nie. Autogenesis. 

Autognose, s. That which is acquired 
by a study of one's self. 

Autographisme. Autographism. 

Auto-inoculation. Auto • inoculation . 

Autolabe. Self-closing forceps. 

Automatique. Automatic. 

Automatisme. Automatism. 

Automnal, -ale. Autumnal. 

Automne. Autumn. 

Autonome. Acting independently. 

Autonomie. Autonomy. 



Auto-ophthalmoscope. An ophthalmo- 
scope with which a person may ex- 
amine his own eyes. 

Autophagie. Autophagia, or -gy. 

Autophonie. Autophony. 

Autophonique. Autophonous. 

Autoplastic. Autoplasty. 

Autoplastique. Autoplastic. 

Autopsie. Autopsy ; Post-mortem. 

Autorisation. Authorisation ; Autho- 
rity ; Warrant ; Consent. 

Autositaire. Autosite ; Autositic. 

Autosite. Autosite. [Autechoscope. 

Autost^thoscope. Autostethoscope ; 

Autotherapie. Autotherapy. 

Autruche. Ostrich. 

Auxiliaire. Auxiliary. 

Auzometre. Instrument for measuring 
magnifying powers. 

Ava. Ava-kava ; Kava-kava. 

Avalanche. Avalanche theory. 

Aval^, -^e. Sunk ; Fallen in. 

Aval^, -ee. Swallowed. 

Avalvulaire. Having no valves. 

Avant-bouche. The part of the mouth 
which extends from the lips to the 

Avant-bras. Fore-arm. [teeth. 

Avant-coeur, The pit of the stomach. 

Avant-coin. The quadrilateral cerebral 
lobe of Foville. 

Avant-mur. A small mass of gray 
matter placed below the anterior ex- 
tremity of the optic thalamus beneath 
the middle commissure of the brain. 

Avant-pied. The metatarsus. 

Avant-poignet. The metacarpus. 

Aveugle. Blind. 

Aviculaire. Pertaining to birds. 

Avivement. Refreshing the edges of a 
wound before suturing. 

Aviver. To refresh (Surgery). 

Avoine. Oats. 

Avortement. Abortion ; Miscarriage. 

Avorton. An abortive child ; A badly- 

Avulsion. Avulsion, [developed child. 

Axe. Axis (not the vertebra). 

Axial. Axial. 

Axile. Having the nature of an axis. 

Axillaire. Axillary. 

Axin. Axin. [bra. 

Axis. Axis ; The second cervical verte- 

Axolde ; Axoidien, -enne. Pertaining 
to the axis (vertebra) ; Axoid. 

Axoldo-atloldien, enne. Atlanto-axoid. 

Axoldo-mastoldien. Obliquus inferior 
capitis. [cus major. 

Axoldo-occipital. Rectus capitis posti- 

Axonge. Axungia ; Fat ; Adeps. 

Aypnie. Insomnia. 



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BAN 



Azocarbide. Applied to the derivatives 

of cyanogen. 
Azocarbide hydrique. Hydrocyanic 
Azocarbique. Cyanic. [acid. 

Azocarbonique. Acide-. Picric acid. 
Azocarbure. Cyanide. 
Azoique. Azoic. 
Azoodynamie. Adynamia. 
Azotate. Nitrate. 
Azotation. The fixation of atmospheric 

nitrogen by plants, vegetables, etc. 
Azote, s-. et adj. Nitrogen ; Azote, s. ; 

Azotic ; Nitric, adja. 
Azote, -ee. Azotized ; Nitrogenized. 
Azoteux. Nitrous. 
Azotlque. Azotic ; Nitric. 
Azotite. Nitrite. 
Azoture. Nitride. 
Azoturie. Azoturia. 
Azurite. Azurite ; Carbonate of copper. 
Azygos. Azygos, s. ; Azygous, adj. 
Azyme. Azymous ; Unleavened. 
Azymique. Azymic. 

Ba. Symbol of Barinm. [ = Sand-bath. 

B.A. Abbreviation of Balneum arense 

Babeurre. Butter-milk. 

Baccien, -enne. Pertaining to berries. 

Baccifere. Having berries. 

Bacciforme. Shaped like a berry. 

Baccivore. Subsisting on berries. 

Bacillaire. Bacillary ; Bacillar. 

Bacille, s.7n. Bacillus. 

Bacilli, -6e. Having bacilli. 

Bacilliforme. Bacilliform, 

Bacillus. Bacillus. 

Bact^ridie. Bacteridium ; Bacterium 
(specially that of anthrax). 

Bacteria. Bacterium. 

Bact^rien, -enne. Bacterial ; Pertain- 
ing to bacteria. 

Bact^riologie. Bacteriology. 

Bact^rionace, -6e. Having the form of 

Bacterium. Bacterium, [a bacterium. 

Bact^roide.* Having the form of a bac- 
terium. 

Badiane. Badian ; Star-anise. 

Badigeonnage. Painting on the skin, 
as with tincture of iodine. 

Bale. Berry. 

Baignoire. Bath ; Apparatus in which 
a bath is taken. 

B&illement. Yawning. 

Ba,illon. Gag. 

Bain. Bath. 

Balance. Balance ; Scales. 

Balancement. Compensation (such as 
between hypertrophy and atrophy). 

Balanique. Balanic. 



I Balanite. Balanitis. 

Balano-posthite. Balanoposthitis. 

Balano-pr^putial, -ale. Balano - pre- 
putial. 

Balanorrhagie. Balanorrhagia. 

Balanorrh6e. Balanorrhea, or -cea. 

Balayage. Sweeping (streets, wards, 
etc. ). [in speech. 

Balbutiement. Stuttering ; Hesitation 

Baleine. Whale. 

Balle. (1) Bullet ; (2) Chaff. 

Ballonnement. Distending a part with 
water, gas, etc. 

Ballottement. Ballottement (to diag- 
nose pregnancy) ; literally : A shak- 

Baln^aire. Pertaining to baths, [ing. 

Baln^ation. The rational employment 
of baths. 

Baln^ographie. Balneography. 

Baln^ologie. Balneology. 

Baln^otechnie. Balneology. 

Baln^oth^rapie. Balneotherapy. 

Balsamique. Balsamic. 

Bambou. Bamboo. 

Banane. Banana. 

Bananier. Banana-tree. 

Banban. Peculiar gait of children from 
side to side caused by the legs being 

Banc. Bench ; Seat. [bowed. 

Bancal. Bandy-legged. 

Bandage. Bandage. 

Bandage amidonn^. Starch bandage. 

Bandage hemiaire ; Brayer. Truss. 

Bandage de corps. Body bandage. 

Bandage platr^. Plaster - of - Paris 
bandage. 

Bandage en doloire. Recurrent ban- 
dage ; Bandage with turns. 

Bandage de Galien, ou des pauvres. 
Three or six tailed head bandage of 
Galen. 

Bandage incamatif. Bandage to keep 
divided parts in apposition. 

Bandage rampant, ou en spirale. 
Spiral bandage. 

Bandage renvers^. Bandage with turns. 

Bandage de Scultet, ou h. bandes 
s^par^es. Bandage of Scultetus 
(spiral reverse, with long and short 
pieces). [bandage. 

Bandage de Seutin. Seutin's starch 

Bandage en T. T -bandage. 

Bandage en huit de chiffre. Figure-of- 



Bandage omniforme. A kind of truss. 
Bandage triangulaire. Triangular ban- 
dage. 
Bandage a trois chefs. Three-tailed 
Bandagist. Bandagist. [bandage. 



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BEB 



Bande. (1) Band ; (2) Bandage. 

Bandeau. Head-band or head-bandage. 

Bandelette. A small band or bandage. 

Bandelette agglutinative. Band of 
adhesive plaster. [semicircularis. 

Bandelette demi-circulaire. The tsenia 

Bandelette du corps stri^. The tsenia 
corporis striati. 

Bandelette com^e. The horny band of 
the taenia semicircularis. 

Bandelette g^min^e. The fornix. 

Bandelette grise. Band of gray matter 
in the corpus striatum. [band. 

Bandelette ilio-pubienne. Iliopubic 

Bandelette des nerfs optiques. The 
part of the optic nerves which is 
behind the chiasma. 

Bandelette primitive des tubes ner- 
veux. The axis-cylinder of a nerve. 

Bandoline. Bandolin, or -ine. 

Bang ; Bangi. Bang ; Cannabis indica. 

Baptisie. Baptisia. 

Baquet. Tub. [wooden hospital. 

Baraque hospitaliere. Temporary 

Baraquement des blesses, etc. Dis- 
tribution of the wounded or of the 
sick in temporary wooden hospitals 
so as to avoid overcrowding. 

Barattage. Churning. 

Baratte. Churn, 

Barbe, s.f. Beard. 

Barbe, x.m. Barb. 

Barbele, -6e. Barbellate. 

Barbier. Barber. 

Barbu, -ue. Bearded ; Barbated. 

Bardane. Burdock. 

Baromacrometre. Baromacrometer. 

Barometre. Barometer. 

Barom^trique. Barometric. 

Baroscope. Baroscope. 

Barre. The prolongation of the sym- 
physis pubis towards the cavity of 
the pelvis. Word formerly employed 
to designate all the pubes. 

Barr^, -6e. Employed to designate a 
pelvis in wliich the pubic symphysis 
is very long. [tholin. 

Bartholin, Glandes de-. Glands of Bar- 

Bary^cole. Baryecoia. 

Baryenc^phalie. Baryencephalia. 

Baryglossie. Baryglossia. 

Baryphonie. Baryphonia. 

Baryte. Baryta. 

Baryum. Barium. 

Bas. Stocking. 

Basal, -ale. Basal. [bodies. 

Bascule. Weighing-machine for heavy 

Base. Base ; Basis. 

Basibranchial, -ale. Basibranchial. 



Basicity. Basicity. [base. 

Basification. The action of becoming a 

Basifixe. Basitixed. 

Basifuge. Basifugal. 

Basihyal, -ale. Basihyal ; Basihyoid. 

Basilaire. Basilar. 

Basilique. Basilic. [pharyngeal. 

Basilo - pharyngien, -enne. Basilo- 

Basio-c6rato-glosse, Basio-glosse, ou 
Basio-keratoglosse. The hyo-glossus 
muscle. 

Basion. Basion. 

Basio-pharjmgien, -enne. Some fibres 
of the middle constrictor (Winslow). 

Basiotique. Basiotic. 

Basiotribe. Basiotribe. 

Basique. Basic. 

Bassin. Pelvis. [large pelvis. 

Bassin. Le grand-. False, superior, or 

Bassin. Le petit-. True, inferior, or 
small pelvis ; Pelvic cavity. 

Bassinage. The cleansing and dressing 
of wounds. 

Bassine. Pan for pharmaceutical use. 

Bassinet (du rein). The pelvis of the 

Bassorine. Bassorin. [kidney. 

Bas-ventre. The lower part of the 
abdomen ; The hypogastric and in- 
guinal regions. 

BUtard, -arde. Bastard ; Illegitimate. 

Bathybius. Bathybius. 

Bathym^trie. Measurement of deep 
places or parts. 

Batonnet. ( 1 ) A rod-like body of Jacob- 
son's membrane of the retina ; (2) 
Bacterium ; Bacillus. 

Batrachoide. Batrachoid. 

Batrachoplastie ; Batrachosioplastie. 
Batrachoplasty. 

Batracien. Batracian. 

Battage. Striking (metal) ; Threshing. 

Battement. Beating (heart, pulse, etc.). 

Batterie. Battery. 

Baudruche. Gold-beater's skin. 

Baume. Balsam ; Balm. • 

Baumier. Tacamahaca. 

Bave. Drivel ; Slaver. 

Baveux, -euse. Drivelling ; Slabber- 
ing ; Slobbering. 

Bdellaire. Pertaining to leeches. 

Bdelle. Bdella ; Leech. [leeches. 

Bdellepithese. The application of 

Bdellien, -enne. Pertaining to leeches. 

Bdellium. Bdellium. 

Bdellometre. Bdellometer. 

Bdellomorpbe. Shaped like a leech. 

B^ance. The condition of being wide 
open or gaping. 

B^beerin ; Bibirine. Bebeerin. 



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BIM 



Bebeeru. Nectandra. [Nectandra. 

B^beerique ; B^birique. Pertaining to 
Bee. (1) Bill ; Beak ; (2) Rostrum ; 

Tooth-forceps. 
Bee du calamus seriptorius. The point 

of the calamus seriptorius. 
Bee du corps ealleux. The rostrum of 

the corpus callosum. [leariformis. 
Bec-de-cuiller. The processus coch- 
Bec-de-lievre. Harelip. [person. 

B^casse. (1) Woodcock ; (2) Silly 
B^cassine. Snipe. 
Beecabunga. Beccabunga. 
B^chique. Bechic ; Antibechic. 
Bechorthopn6e. Bechorthopnea, or -cea. 
B^gaiement; Begayement. Stammer- 
Begonia ; B6gonie. Begonia. [ing, s. 
Begue. Stammering, adj. ; Stammerer, 
B^hen. Behen-nut. [s. 

B^la ; Belou. Bela. 
Belette. Weasel. 
B61ier. Kam. 
Belladone. Belladonna. 
Belladonine. Belladonnin, or -ne. 
Belle-dame. Belladonna. 
Belleric ; Belliric. Belleric. 
Bellon. Bellon ; Lead colic. 
B^loide. Beloid; Styloid. 
Belonoide. Belonoid ; Styloid. 
Belonospase. Acupuncture. 
Ben. Ben ; Benne. 
B^nignite. Benignity. 
B6nin, -igne. Benign ; Benignant. 
Benjoin. Benzoin. 
Benzamide. Benzamid. 
Benzanilide. Benzanilid, or -ide. 
Benzene. Benzene. 
Benzidine. Benzidin, or -ine. 
Benzile. Benzil. 
Benzimide. Benzimid, or -ide. 
Benzine. Benzinium ; Benzine. 
Benzoate. Benzoate. 
Benzolque. Benzoic. 
Berberine. Berberin, or -ine. 
Berceau. Cradle. 
Bergamote. Bergamot. 
Beriberi. Beriberi. [tantes. 

Berlue. Dimness of sight ; Muscse voli- 
Besoin. Want ; Need ; Instinct ; Pas- 
Bestial, -ale. Bestial. [sion. 
Bestialite. Bestiality. 
Bestiaux, pi. de Betail. Cattle. 
B^taine. Betain ; Oxyneurin ; Lycin. 
Bete. (1) Beast (animal) ; (2) Scab rot. 
B6tel. Betel. 
Betoine. Betony. 
Betol. Betol ; Salinaphthol ; Naph- 

thalol. 
Bette. Beet. 



Betterave. Beetroot. 

Betuline. Betulin. 

Beurre. Butter. 

Bevue. Diplopia. 

Bezoard. Bezoar. 

Bezoardique. Bezoardic. 

Bibasique. Bibasic. 

Biberon. Sucking-bottle for infants. 

Biberon. Au-. By hand (Infants). 

Bicarbon^, -ee. Bicarbonated ; Bicar- 
bonate. 

Biearbure. A bicarbide or bicarburet. 

Bieaudal, -ale, Bicaude, -6e. Bi- 
caudal. [Dicephaloixs, adj. 

Bicephale, Dicephale. Dicephalus, s.; 

Biceps. Biceps. 

Biche. Hind ; Roe. 

Blchlorure. Bichloride. 

Bichromate. Bichromate. 

Bicipital, -ale. Bicipital. 

Bicome. Bicornute. 

Bieuspide, Bicuspid^, -^e. Bicuspid. 

Bidens, Bident. Bidens. 

Bident^, -ee. Bidentated. [injections). 

Bidet. Bidet (Small bath for female 

Bienseanee. Decency; Decorum. 

Biere. Beer. 

Bifide. Bifid. 

Biflexe. Twice flexed. 

Bigaradier. Seville orange. 

Bigemin^, -ee. Bigeminate. 

Bihydrate. A double hydrate. 

Bihydrate, -ee. Having two equivalents 
of water. 

Bijugu^, -^e. Grouped in pairs. 

Bijumeau. (1) A double monster ; (2) 
The biceps muscle. 

Bilateral, -ale. Bilateral. 

Bile. Bile. 

Biliaire. Biliary. 

Biliation. The secretion of bile. 

Bilicyanine. Bilicyanin. 

Bilieux, -euse. Bilious. 

Biliflavine. Biliflavin. 

Bilifulvine. Bilifulvin. 

Bilifulvique. Having the greenish- 
yellow colour of bile. 

Bilifuscine. Bilifuscin. 

Bilihumine. Bilihumin. 

Biline. Bilin. 

Biliph^ine. Biliphein ; Cholophein. 

Biliprasine. Biliprasin. [pur pin, 

Bilipurpurine. Bilipurpurin ; Bili- 

Bilique. Pertaining to the bile or to 
the biliary ducts. 

Bilirubine. Bilirubin. 

Biliverdine. Biliverdin. 

Billot. Block. 

Bimane. Bimanual ; Ambidextrous. 



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BLil 



Bimanes. Bimana. 
Binaire. Binary ; Binate. 
Bin6, -^e. Binate. 
Binocle. A double eyeglass. 
Binoculaire. Binocular. 
Biochimie. Bio-chemistry. 
Biodynamique. Biodynamics. 
Biogene, Biogenique. Pertaining to 
Biognose. Biognosis. [biogenesis. 

Biologie. Biology. 
Biologique. Biologic ; Biological. 
Biolychnion. The innate heat of the 

blood. 
Bionomie. Bionomy ; Biodynamics. 
Biophthore. Mortal ; Deadly. 
Biophilie. The instinct of individual 
Bioplasme. Bioplasm. [preservation. 
Bioplastique. Bioplastic. 
Bioscopie. Bioscopy. 
Biotaxie. Biotaxis, or -xy. 
Biotique. Biotic. [gous. 

Bioticophage ; Biotophage. Biopha- 
Bioxyde. Dioxide. 
Bipare. Biparous. 
Biparietal, -ale. Biparietal. 
Biparti, -ie, Bipartit, -ite. Bipartite. 
Bipartition. Segmentation. 
Bipede. Biped. 
Bipinn^, -^e. Bipinnate. 
Bipolaire. Bipolar. [refraction. 

Bir^fringent, -ente. Having a double 
Bis, -ise. Brownish-gray. 
Bis. Pain-. Brown bread. 
Bisannuel, -elle. Biennial. 
Biscotte. A slice of bread warmed in 
Biscuit. Biscuit. [an oven, 

Biscuit de mer. A kind of unleavened 

bread. 
Bisexe, Bisexue, -^e, Bisexuel, -elle. 

Bisexual. 
Bis-ischiatique. Bisischiadic. 
Bismuth. Bismuth; Bismuthum. 
Bissac. A condition of two dilatations 

or sacs separated by an hour-glass 

contraction. 
Bistorte. Bistort. 

Bistortier, Bistotier. A kind of pestle. 
Bistouri. Bistoury. 
Bistournage. Castration by twisting, 

and the atrophy so produced. 
Bisulce. Bisulcate. 
Bisulfate. Bisulphate. 
Bisulfure. Bisulphide. 
Bisulque. Bisulcate. 
Bitonal, -ale. Applied to a voice having 

a double tone. 
Bitter. Bitters. 
Bitume. Bitumen. 
Bitumlneux, -euse. Bituminous. 



Bituminisation. Transformation of 

organic substances to a bituminous 
Biuret. Biuret. [state. 

Bivalence. Bivalence. 
Bivalent, -ente. Bivalent. 
Bivalve. Bivalve. 

Blafard, -arde. Pale ; Dull ; Wan. 
Blaireau. Badger. 
Blaisement, Blesit6. Blesitas. 
Blanc, -nche. White. 
Blanc de Baleine. Cetaceum. 
Blanc de Briancon. Talc. 
Blanc de ceruse. Carbonate of lead. 
Blanc d'Espagne, de Mendon, ou de 

Troyes. Chalk pulverized and made 

into a paste for moulding. 
Blanc de Fard. White application or 

paint for the skin. 
Blanc de graines. Glutin. 
Blanc de I'oeil. The white of the eye. 
Blanc d'oeuf. The white of egg. 
Blanc de plomb. Carbonate of lead ; 

White lead. 
Blanc de zinc. Oxide of zinc. 
Blanchet. (1) A kind of filter for syrups ; 

(2) Thrush ; Mycotic stomatitis. 
Blanchiment. Bleaching. 
Blanchir. To conceal a morbid state 

by means of palliatives. 
Blanquette. (1) Natural soda ; (2) 

Brandy during its first distillation. 
Blaste. The radicle of the monocoty- 

ledonous embryo. 
Blastematique. Blastematic. 
Blasteme. Blastema. 
Blastique. Pertaining to blastema. 
Blastocardie, Blastocelie. Blasto- 

cardia ; The germinal spot. 
Blastochyle. Blastochyle. 
Blastocoele. Blastocele. [vesicle. 

Blastocyste. Blastocyst; The germinal 
Blastoderme. Blastoderm. 
Blastodermique. Blastodermic. 
Blastogene. Blastogenic ; Producing 

blastoderm. 
Blastogenese. Blastogenesis. 
Blastogenique. Blastogenic ; Producing 
Blastomere. Blastomere. [blastoderm. 
Blastophore. Blastophore. 
Blastopore. Blastopore. 
Blastosphere. Blastosphere. 
Blastostroma. The embryonic area. 
Blastostyle. Blastostyle. 
Blastulation. Blastulation. [to moths. 
Blattaire. Pertaining to cockroaches or 
Blatte. Blatta ; Moth ; Cockroach. 
Blaud's pill. Pill containing sulphate 

of iron and carbonate of potash. 
B16. Wheat ; Corn. 



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EOT 



Bl^chopyre. Blechopyra ; Slow nervous 

fever ; Transient fever. 
Bleime. Bleyme (Vet.) ; Corn (of 

horses, etc.). [zinc. 

Blende. IVlock ore ; Native sulphide of 
Blennad^nite. Blennadenitis. 
Blennelytrie. Blennelytria ; Leucor- 

rhoea. [Blennenteritis. 

Blennentdrie. Blennenteria, or -ry ; 
Blennisthmie. Pharyngeal catarrh. 
Blennocystite. Catarrh of the bladder. 
Blennode. Blennoid ; Myxoid ; Muci- 

forin. [genous. 

Blennogene. Blennogenic ; Blenno- 
Blennometrite. Blennometritis. 
Blennophthalmie. Bleunophthalmia. 
Blennopyrie. Blennopyria ; Typhoid 

fever. 
Blennorrhagie. Blennorrhagia. 
Blennorrhagique. Blennorrhagie. 
Blennorrhee. Blennorrhea, or -oea. 
Blennorrhinie. Blennorrhinia ; Coryza. 
Blennorrhoide. Blennorrheal, or -ceal ; 

Resembling blennorrhoea. 
Blenorrho'lque. Blennorrheal, or -ceal ; 

Having the nature of blennorrhoea. 
Blennose. Blennosis. 
Blennostase. Blennostasis. 
Blennothorax. Blennothorax ; Pulmon- 
ary catarrh. 
Blennotorrhee. Blennotorrhea, or -oea. 
Blennurethrie. Urethral blennorrhoea. 
Blennurie. Blennuria. 
Blepharadenite. Blepharadenitis. 
Bl^pharides. The eyelashes ; Blepharis, 

sing., Blepharides, pL 
Bl^pharique. Palpebral. 
Blepharisme. Blepharism. 
Blepharite. Blepharitis, [the eyelids. 
Blepharo-blennorrhee. Blennorrhoea of 
Blepharo-colobome. Palpebral colo- 

boma. 
Blepharo-conj onctivite. Simul taneous 

blepharitis and conjunctivitis. 
Bl^pharometre. An instrument for the 

treatment of trichiasis (Buzzi). 
Blepharoncose. Blepharoncus. 
Bl^pharophimosis. Blepharophimosis. 
Blepharophthalmie. Same as Blepharo- 

conjonctivite. 
Blepharophjnne. BlepharophjTna. 
Blepharoplastie. Blepharoplasty, 
Bl^pharoplastique. Blepharoplastie. 
Blepharoplegie. Blepharoplegia. 
Blepharoptose. Blepharoptosis. 
Blepharopyorrhee. Blepharopyorrhea, 

or -oea. 
Bl^pharospasme. Blepharospasm. 
Blepharostat. Blepharostat. 



Blepharostenose. Blepharostenosis. 

Bl^pharoxyste. Instrument for re- 
moving vegetations from the inner 
surface of the eyelids. 

Bleser. To speak with blesitas. 

Blesite. Blesitas. 

Blesse, -^e. Wounded ; Hurt. 

Blessure. Wound ; Cut ; Hurt. 

Bleu, s. Blue colour ; Blue, s. 

Bleu d'azur. Smalt. 

Bleu de montagne. Carbonate of copper. 

Bleu de Prusse. Prussian blue. 

Bleu, -ue. Blue, adj. [a blue colour. 

Bleuissement. The passage of a body to 

Blutage. Sifting of flour. 

Bobine. Bobbin. 

Boeuf. Ox ; Beef (flesh). 

Boeuvonnage. Oophorectomy of thecow. 

Boeuvonne. The cow from whom the 
ovaries have been removed. 

Bois. (1) Wood ; (2) Horns (of a deer). 

Boisson. Drink ; Beverage ; Drinking ; 

Bolte. Box ; Case. [Drunkenness. 

Boiterie. Claudication ; Lameness. 

Boltier. Box with compartments for 
dressings, etc. 

Bol. (1) Bolus ; (2) Bowl ; (3) Bole. 

Bolaire. Bolary (applied to soil). 

Bolet. Boletus. 

Bombjrx. Silk-worm. [(2) Voucher. 

Bon, s. (1) Good quality ; The good ; 

Bon, bonne, adj. Good ; Kind ; Favour- 
able ; Wholesome ; Pleasant to the 

Bonbon. Bonbon ; Sweetmeat, [taste. 

Bonnet. The second stomach of rumi- 
nants, [capistrum ; Head bandage. 

Bonnet d'Hippocrate. A capelina or 

Bonte. Goodness ; Kindness. 

Boracique. Boracic. 

Boracite. Natural borate of magnesia. 

Borate. Borate. 

Borax. Borax. [in the bowels. 

Borborygme. Borborygmus ; Rumbling 

Bord. Brim ; Edge ; Lip (of a wound). 

Borde, -ee. Having a brim, etc. 

Bore. Boron. 

Bore, -ee. Containing Boron. 

Boreal, -ale. Boreal ; Northern. 

Borgne, .s. and adj. One-eyed person, 

Borique. Boric. [s. ; One-eyed, adj. 

Borure. A combination of boron with 
any simple body except oxygen. 

Bosse. Lump ; Bruise ; Protuberance ; 
Hump. [adjs. ; Hunchback, s. 

Bossu, -ue. Humpbacked, Hunchbacked. 

Bot. Club-footed. 

Bot. Pied-. Club-foot. 

Botanique, s. Botany. 

Botanique, adj. Botanical 



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BRA 



Botaniste. Botanist. [description. 

Botanographie, Botanologie. Botanical 

Botanophage. Herbivorous. 

Bothriocephale. Bothriocephalus. 

Bothrion. Bothrion ; Bothrium. 

Botryoide. Botryoid ; Racemose. 

Bottine. Orthopaedic boot. 

Botulisme ; Botulique. Poison-. Botu- 
lism ; Sausage-poisoning, or poison. 

Bouba, Buba. Frambcesia ; Yaws. 

Bouc. Goat (male). 

Boucage. Saxifrage. [by smoke. 

Boucanage. Desiccation of meat, etc., 

Bouche. Mouth ; Orifice. 

Bouchon. Plug ; Cork (of a bottle). 

Bouclement. Infibulation. 

Boudin. Black-pudding. 

Boue purulente. Very thick pus. 

Boue splenique. Splenic pulp. 

Bouffee. Puff ; Whiff ; Fit. 

Bouffissxire. Swelling ; Turgidness. 

Bougie. Bougie. 

Bouilll. The meat from which bouillon 
or broth has been made. 

Bouillie. Pap. 

Bouillon. Bouillon ; Alimentary broth. 

Bouillonnement. Ebullition. 

Boule. Ball. 

Boule adipeuse. Mass of adipose tissue 
between the anterior border of the 
masseter and the external surface of 
the buccinator. 

Boule de gomme. Medicinal substances 
made up in balls with barley-sugar. 

Boule hysterique. Globus hystericus. 

Bouleau. Birch. 

Boulet. Fetlock- joint (Vet.). 

Boulette. A small pledget of lint. 

Boulimie. Boulimia ; Bulimia, or -my. 

Boulimique. Bulimic. 

Bouquet. Anatomically, the cluster of 
tendons and ligaments attached to a 
process of bone. [of a boil. 

Bourbillon. The core of a carbuncle or 

Bourdonnemeut. Murmur ; Buzzing ; 
Bruit. 

Boiirdonnement amphorique. Ampho- 
ric resonance. [aurium. 

Bourdonnement d'oreilles. Tinnitus 

Bourdonnet. A small pledget of lint. 

Bourgeon, liud. 

Bourgeons chamus. Fleshy vegetations. 

Bourgeonnement des plaies. Excessive 
production of fieshy vegetations on 

Bourrache. Borage. [wounds. 

Bourrelet. Pad. 

Bourrelet du corps calleux. The thick 
posterior rounded fold of the corpus 
callosum. 



Bourrelet cotyloidien. The cotyloid 

ligament. 
Bourrelet glenoidien. The glenoid liga- 
ment, [anus. 
Bourrelet cutane anal. The lips of the 
Bourse muqueuse, Bourse s^reuse, 

Bourse synoviale. A bursa. 
Bourses. The scrotum (as a whole). 
Bourses muqueuses, ou synoviales, des 

tendons. The synovial sheaths of 

the tendons. [ing ; Emphysema. 

Boursoufiement. Tumefaction ; Swell- 
Boussole. Compass. 
Bout de sein. (1) The artificial nipple 

of the sucking-bottle ; (2) A nipple 

shield. 
Bouteille. Bottle. 
Bouteille de Leyde. A Leyden jar. 
Bouton. (1) Bud ; (2) Pimple ; (3) 

Director used in lithotomy. 
Bouton uoir. Belladonna. 
Boutoune, -ee. Said of instruments that 

are blunt pointed or that end in a 

knob. 
Boutonneux, -euse. Pimply ; Covered 

with pimples. 
Boutonniere. A button-hole incision, 
Boyau. Gut. 

Brachial, -ale. Brachial. [arm. 

Brachiforme. Having the form of an 
Brachio-cephalique. Brachiocephalic 

(Innominate). 
Brachiolde. Same as Brachiforme. 
Brachio-cubital, -ale. Brachio-cubital ; 

Brachio-ulnar. 
Brachio-radial, -ale. Brachio- radial. 
Brachiotomie. Brachiotomy. 
Brachycephale. Brachycephalic, or 

-lous, adj. ; Brachycephalus, s. 
Brachyc^phalie. Brachycephalia, or -ly ; 

Brachykephalia, or -ly. 
Brachymetrope. Brachymetropic. 
Brachymetropie. Brachymetropia. 
Brachypnee. Brachypnea, or cea. 
Brachjrrrhine. Brachyrrhinic, adj. ; 

Brachyrrhinus, s. 
Brach3/Trhinie. Brachyrrhinia. 
Bractee. Bract. 

Bradycardie. Bradycardia, [-sesthesia. 
Bradyesthesie. Bradyesthesia, or 
Bradyfibriue. Fibrin that coagulates 

slowly. 
Bradyglossie. (1) Shortness of the 

tongue ; (2) Bradylalia. 
Bradyglotte. ( 1 ) Having a short tongue ; 

(2) Affected with bradylalia. 
Bradylogie. Bradylogia ; Bradylalia. 
Bradypepsie. Bradypepsia. 
Bradypu^e. Bradypnea, or -nea. 



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BRU 



Bradyphasie. Bradyphasia ; Brady- 
lalia. 
Bradyspermatisme. Bradyspermatism. 
Bradyurie. Bradyuria. 
Brague. The scrotum. 
Brai. Pitch and tar ; Resin. 
Braidisme. Braidism ; Hypnotism. 
Braise. Live coal. 
Brancard. Stretcher. 
Brancardier. Sick-bearer ; Man in the 

ambulance ; Stretcher-bearer. 
Branche. Branch. 
Branche femelle du forceps. The 

female blade of the forceps. 
Branche male du forceps. The male 

blade of the forceps. 
Branchial, -ale. Branchial. 
Branchie. Branchia, sing., Branchiae, 

pi. ; Gills of fishes. 
Branlant, -ante. Shaking ; Tottering. 
Branlement de t6te. Nutation ; Nod- 
ding or shaking of the head. 
Bras. Arm. 

Brassica. Brassica ; Cabbage. 
Brayer. Truss. 
Brechet. Breast - bone ; Sternum ; 

Xiphoid cartilage. 
Bredissure. Trismus capistratus. 
Bredouillement. Stuttering. 
Bregma. Bregma. 
Bregmatique. Bregmatic. 
Breuvage. (1) Any liquid medicine; 

(2) Drench (Vet.), 
Bride. Bridle ; Frenum ; Adhesion. 
Brightique. Pertaining to Bright's 

disease ; Brightic. 
Bris6, -ee. (l)Bent; (2) Broken. 
Brise-coque. Instrument to break the 

hard outside investment of a vesical 

calculus (Heurteloup). 
Brise-pierre. (1) Old instrument for 

breaking the calculus in lithotomy ; 

(2) A lithotrite. [Laceration. 

Broiement. Breaking ; Smashing ; 
Bromacide. Bromacid. 
Bromal. Bromal. 
Bromate. Bromate. 
Bromatologie. Bromatology. 
Brome. Bromine ; Bromin ; Bromum. 
Brom6, -ee. Bromated. 
Bromethyle. Bromethyl. 
Bromisme. Bromism ; Brominism. 
Bromoforme. Bromoform. [tography. 
Bromographie. Bromography ; Bromo- 
Bromoiodoforme. Bromoiodoform. 
Bromure. Bromide. 
Bronchectasie. Bronchiectasis. 
Bronche.siJti^., Bronches,^;. Bronchus; 

Bronchi, Bronchia. 



Bronchial, -ale. Bronchial. 

Bronchiarctie. Diminution in the 
diameter of the bronchi. [chiole. 

Bronchillaire. Pertaining to a bron- 

Bronchille, Bronchiole. Bronchiole. 

Bronchique. Bronchial. 

Bronchisme. A supposed spasmodic 
contraction of the bronchi. 

Bronchite. Bronchitis. 

Bronchitique. Bronchitic. 

Broncho - aegophonie, Broncho - ego - 
phonie. Bronchoaegophony ; Bron- 
choegophony. 

Bronchocele. Bronchocele ; Goitre. 

Broncholithe. Broncholith. 

Broncho-mycosis. Bronchomycosis. 

Bronchophonie. Bronchophony. 

Bronchoplastie. Bronchoplasty. 

Broncho-pleur^sie. Broncho-pleurisy. 

Broncho - pneumonie. Broncho-pneu- 
monia, [monary. 

Broncho - pulmonaire. Broncho - pul - 

Bronchorrhagie. Bronchorrhagia. 

Bronchorrhee. Bronchorrhea, or -cea. 

Bronchotome. Bronchotome. 

Bronchotomie. Bronchotomy. 

Bronchotrach^en, -^enne. Broncho- 
Bronze. Bronze. [tracheal. 

Bronze, -ee. Bronzed. 

Brosse. Brush. 

Brouillard. Fog ; Mist. 

Brownien, -ienne. Brownian. [theory. 

Brownisme. Brownism ; Brunonian 

Browniste. A partisan of Brownism. 

Brucine. Brucin. 

Bruit. Bruit; Sound ; Murmur. 

Bruit de clapotement. Splashing sound. 

Bruit du coeur. Sounds of the heart. 

Bruit de collision. Friction or clash- 
ing sound (of calculi). 

Bruit de craquement. Crackling sound. 

Bruit de cuir neuf. New leather mur- 
mur in pericardial friction-sounds. 

Bruit de diable. A continuous bruit 
heard in the jugular veins of anaemic 
persons. 

Bruit de drapeau. Bruit like the flap- 
ping of a flag heard in patients af- 
fected with nasal polypi. 

Bruit de frolement. Rustling sound. 

Bruit de frottement. Friction sound. 

Bruit de galop. Gallop rhythm. 

Bruit de glou-glou. Splashing sound. 

Bruit humorique, hydropneumatique, 
ou hydroaerique. Hydropneumatic 
sound. 

Bruit musculaire. Sound heard in 
auscultation of a muscle at the time 
of its contraction. 



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Bruit placentaire. The placental souffle. 

Bruit de pot Ule. Cracked-pot sound. 

Bruit de soupape. A flapping sound ; 
A crackling humid rale. 

Bruit de scie, de r&pe, de lime, ou de 
susurrus. Grating sound ; Sound 
like that made by a saw or a file. 

Bruit skodique. An amphoric note 
heard in the pleural cavity. 

Bruit de souffle, ou de soufflet. Bel- 
lows sound. 

Brulant, -ante. Burning ; Hot ; Ardent. 

Brulure. A burn. 

Brut, -te. Not organized. 

Bruyere. Heath. 

Bryologie. Bryology. 

Bryonicine, Bryonine. Bryonin. 

Bryoplaste. Bryoplastic. 

Bryorrhetine. IJryorrhetin. 

Brytolature, Brytole. Medicinal beer. 

Bube, Bubelette. Pustule ; A cutaneous 

Bubon. Bubo. [pimple. 

Bubonalgie. Eubonalgia. 

Bubonocele. Bubonocele. 

Bubonoide. Resembling a bubo. 

Buccal, -ale. Buccal. 

Buccinateur. Buccinator. 

Buccinato-pharyngien, -ienne. Per- 
taining to the maxillary aponeurosis. 

Bucco. Buchu ; Bucco. 

Bucco-labial, -ale. Bucco-labial. 

Bucco - pharyngien, - ienne. Bucco- 

Buccule. Buccula. [pharyngeal. 

Buchu, Bucko. Buchu. 

Buis. Box ; Boxwood. 

Bulbaire. Bulbar. 

Bulbe. Bulb. 

Bulbeux, -euse. Bulbous. 

Bulbifere. Having bulbs. 

Bulbiforme. In the form of a bulb. 

Bulbo - caverneux, - euse. Bulbo - 
cavernous, adj.; Bulbo-cavernosus, s. 

Bulbo-urethral, -ale. Bulbo-urethral. 

BuUaire. Bullate. 

BuUe. Bulla ; Bleb ; Blister. 

BuUeux, -euse. Bullate. 

Buuioide. Scirrhous ; Hard as a turnip. 

Buphthalme, Buphthalmos. Affected 
with buphthalmia. 

Buphthalmie. Buphthalmia. 

Bursal, -ale. Burj^al. 

Butalauine. Butalanine. 

Butane ; Butene. Butylene. 

Butylamide, ou -amine. Butylamin. 

Butyle. Butyl. 

Butylene. Butylene. 

Butyreux, -euse. Resembling butter. 

Butjrrine. Butyrin. 

Butyrique. Butyric. 



Butyrone. Butyrone. 
Buxine. Buxin. 
Byssus. Byssus. 

C. The chemical symbol of Carbon. 

Ca. The chemical symbol of Calcium. 

Cabale medicale. Cure by magic. 

Cacao. Cacao. [Laxative. 

Caccagogue. Caccagogue ; Aperient ; 

Cachectique. Cachectic. 

Cachet. Cachet ; Wafer. 

Cachexie. Cachexia, or -xy. 

Cachou. Catechu. 

Cachutique. Pertaining to catechu. 

Cacocholie. Cacocholia. 

Cachochylie. Cacochylia. 

Cacochyme. Cacochyraic ; Cachectic. 

Cacochymie. Cachochymia. 

Cacochymique. Cacochymie. 

Cacod^monie. Cacodemonia. 

Cacodyle, Kakodyle. Cacodyl ; Kakodyl. 

Cacoethe. Cacoetbes. 

Cacogenese. Cacogenesis. 

Cacolet. Cacolet. 

Cacopathie. Cacopathia, or -thy. 

Cacoplastique. Cacoplastic. 

Cacopragie. Cacopragia. 

Cacositie. A disgust or repulsion for 

Cacosphyxie. Cacosphyxia. [food. 

Cacostome. Cacostomatous. 

Cacothanasie. Cacothanasia. 

Cacotheline. Cacothelin. 

Cacoth3Tnie. Cacothymia. 

Cacotrophie. Cacotrophia, or -phy. 

Cactier ; Cactus. Cactus. 

Cadavereux, -euse. Cadaverous. 

Cadaverique. Cadaveric. 

Cadaverisation. Cadaverization, or 
-sation. 

Cadavre. Cadaver ; Corpse. 

Cade. Cade ; Juniper. 

Cadmium. Cadmium. 

Cadre du tympan. The tympanic ring. 

Caduc, -uque, adj. Caducous ; Decayed ; 
Perishable ; Decaying. 

Caducity. Caducity ; Senility ; Weak- 
ness. 

Caduque, s. Decidua ; Caduca. 

Csecal, -ale. Caical ; Cecal. 

CsBCum. Caecum ; Cecum. 

Caesium. Caesium ; Cesium. 

Caf^. Coffee. 

Caf^ine. Caffein ; Caffeina. 

Caf^inique ; Cafeique ; Cafique. Per- 
taining to coffee. 

Cage thoracique. The bony frame- 
work of the thorax. 

Cagneux, -euse. Knock-kneed. 

Cagnosit^. The knock-kneed condition. 



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CAM 



Caieput ; Cajeput. Cajeput or Cajuput 
Call-c^drin. Cailcedrin. [oil. 

Caille. Quail. [Curdled. 

Caille, -^e. Coagulated ; Clotted ; 
Caillement. Coagulation. 
Caillette. Rennet-bag ; Fourth stomach 

of ruminants ; Abonnasum. 
Caillot. Clot of blood ; Coagulum. 
Caisse du tambour, du tympan, ou de 

Fallope. The cavity of the tympanum ; 

The drum of the ear. 
Caisson. Covered military waggon for 

the transport of instruments, dress- 
ings, etc. 
Cajeput. Cajeput or Cajuput oil. 
Cajeputene. Cajuputene. 
Cal. Callus. [sostigma. 

Calabar. Feve de-. Calabar bean ; Phy- 
Calabarine. Calabarin ; Eserin. 
Calabarisation. The hypodermic in- 
jection of eserin. 
Calament. Calamint ; Calaminth. 
Calaminaire. Pertaining to calamin. 
Calamine. Calamin. [torius. 

Calamus scriptorius. Calamus scrip- 
Calcaire, adj. Calcareous. 
Calcaire, s. Carbonate of lime. 
Calcaire primitif. Marble. [caneal. 
Calcan^en, -eenne. Calcaneous ; Cal- 
Calcaneo - astragalien, - ienne. Cal- 

caneo-astragalar, or -loid. [cuboid. 
Calcaneo-cuboidien, -ienne. Calcaneo- 
Calcan^o - scaphoidien, -ienne. Cal- 

caneo - scaphoid. 
Calcan^o - sous - phalangettlen com- 

mun. Flexor brevis digitorum (foot). 
Calcaneo-sous-phalangien. Abductor 

pollicis (foot) ; Abductor minimi 

digiti (f<iot). 
Calcan^o - sous - phalangien commun. 

Flexor longus digitorum (foot). 
Calcan^o-sus-phalangettien. Extensor 

brevis digitorum (foot). 
Calcaneum. Calcaneum ; Os calcis. 
Calcarin, -ine. Calcarine. 
Calcification. Calcification. 
Calcific, -6e. Calcified. 
Calcination. Calcination. 
Calcin6, -^e. Calcined. 
Calcique. Calcic. 
Calcium. Calcium. 
Calcoidien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 

heel or to the calcaneum. 
Calcoidiens. Os-. The cuneiform bones 

of the foot. 
Calcul. Calculus. 

Calculeux, -euse. Calculous, [triptic. 
Calculifrage. Calculifragous ; Lithon- 
Calefaction. Calefaction. 



Calendula. Calendula. 

Calenture. Calentur. 

Calices urinaires. Calices of the kidney. 

Caligineux, -euse. Said of the eyes 
when they lose their brilliancy. 

Calisaya. Calisaya. 

Calleux, -euse. Callous. 

Calleux. Corps. Corpus callosum. 

Callip^die. The procreation of fine 
children. 

Callisth^nie. Callisthenics. 

Callosity. Callositas ; Callosity. 

Calloso-marginal, -ale. Calloso- mar- 
ginal, [tive ; Sedative, adj. 

Calmant, -ante. Calmant, s. ; Calma- 

Calomel ; Calom^las. Calomel. 

Caloricite. Caloricity. 

Calorie. Calory. 

Calorifere, «. Heat-producing apparatus. 

Calorification. The giving out of caloric 
from the animal economy. 

Calorifique. Calorific. 

Calorimetre. Calorimeter. 

Calorim^trie. Calorimetry. 

Calorimoteur. Calorimotor. 

Calorinese. Calorinesis. 

Calorique, s. Caloric, s. 

Calorition. The sense which enables 
the human being to perceive the 
variations of temperature. 

Calotte. (1) An adhesive plaster for- 
merly applied to the head of persons 
affected with ringworm ; (2) The 
upper and internal part of each 
peduncle of the brain, and the pos- 
terior occipital portion of the cere- 
bral hemispheres which is in contact 
with the parietal lobes. 

Calotte apon^vrotique. The aponeu- 
roses of the occipito- frontalis. 

Calotte du crUne. Brain-pan. 

Calotte c^phalique. An ancient medi- 
cated skull-cap. 

Calvitie. Calvities ; Baldness. 

Calx. Calx. 

Calx-usta. Quicklime. 

Cambium. Cambium. 

Cambogia. Cambogia ; Camboge. 

Camisole de force. Strait-waistcoat. 

Camomille. Camomile ; Chamomile. 

Camphorique. Camphoric. 

Camphre. Camphor. 

Camphr^, -^e. Camphorated ; Per- 
taining to camphor ; Containing 
camphor. 

Camphrique. Pertaining to camphor. 

Camphylene. Camphylene. 

Camphylique. Camphoric. 

Campimetre. Campimeter ; Perimeter. 



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CAB 



Canal. Canal. 

Canal arteriel. Ductus arteriosus. 

Canaliculaire. Canalicular. 

Canalicule. Canaliculus. 

Canalicul6, -6e. Grooved. 

Canard. Duck. 

Cancell6, -^e. Cancellate. 

Cancer. Cancer. 

Canc6r6mie. Canceration through the 
blood or in the blood. 

Canc6reux, -euse. Cancerous. 

Cancerh^mie. See Canceremie. 

Canc^risme. The cancerous state. 

Canchalagua. Canchalagua. 

Cancre. Cancrum ; Cancer. 

Cancroidal, -ale. Epitheliomatous ; 
Cancroid. [ulcer ; Rodent ulcer. 

Cancroide, s. Epithelioma ; Cancroid 

Candi, -ie. Candied. 

Canicule. (1) Dog-star ; (2) Dog-days. 

Canin, -ine. Canine. 

Canitie. Canities ; Poliosis. 

Cannabene. Cannabene. 

Cajinabine. Cannabin. 

Cannamelle. Sugarcane. 

Cannell6, -6e. Striated ; Grooved. 

Cannelle. Cinnamon. 

Canelle blanche. Cannella. 

Cannelure. Groove (on a director). 

Cantharide. Cantharis, sing. ; Cantha- 
rides, pi. ; Spanish fly. 

Cantharidien, -ienne. Cantharidal. 

Cantharldine. Cantharidin. 

Cantharidique . Cantharidal. 

Cantharidisme. Cantharidism. 

Canthectomie. Canthectomy. 

Canthite. Canthitis. 

Canthoplastie. Canthoplasty. 

Canthorrhaphie. Canthorrhaphy. 

Canthus. Canthus. 

Cantine ni6dicale. Small medical chest 
for field surgery. 

Canule. Cannula. 

Canule de Reybord. Cannula with 
trocar for empysema. 

Caoutchouc. Caoutchouc ; India-rubber. 

Capacity. Capacity. 

Capeline. Capelina ; Capistrum ; Band- 
age for the head or for the lower jaw. 

Capillaire, adj. Capillary, adj. 

Capillaire, s. Capillary, «. 

Capillarimetre. Instrument for mea- 
suring the diameter of capillaries. 

Capillarity. Capillarity. 

Capillicule. Capilliculus. 

Capilliforme. Capilliform. 

Capistration. Phimosis. 

Capistre. Capistrum ; Che vaster ; 
Bandage for the lower jaw. 



Capistrum. Capistrum (Biology). 

Capita, -6e. Capitate. 

Capiteux, -euse. Heady ; Alcoholic. 

Capitiluve. Capitiluvium. 

Capitule. Capitulum. 

Capitule, -6e ; Capitulifonne. Capitular, 

Capre. Caper. [Twisted. 

Capr^olaire. Capreolar ; Twined ; 

Caprification. Caprification, 

Caprique. Capric. [Pulsus caprizans. 

Caprisant. Fouls-. Goat leap pulse ; 

Caprolque. Caproic. 

Caprone. Caprone. 

Caprylique. Caprylic. 

Capselle. Capsella. 

Capsicine. Capsicin. 

Capsicum. An aqueous extract of Cap- 

■sicum ami.uum. 
Capsique. Capsicum. [sulitis. 

Capsite ; Capsulite. Capsitis ; Cap- 
Capsulaire. Capsular. 
Capsulateur. Apparatus to make 

pharmaceutical capsules. 
Capsulation. Putting medicines into 
Capsule. Capsule. [capsules. 

Capsule c^rebrale. Capsula. 
Capsulite. Capsulitis. [cular. 

Capsule - lenticulaire. Capsulo - lenti- 
Capsulo-pupillaire. Capsulo-pupillary. 
Captage. Captage. 
Captation. Captation ; Captage. 
Capter. To carry out a captage. 
Capuchon. Hood ; Covering. 
Capuchonn^, -^e. Covered by a hood. 
Caput-mortuum, Worthless remains. 
Caquesangue. Dysentery. 
Caracha. A pustular eruption occurring 

on negroes in Peru. 
Caractere. Character. 
Caramel. Caramel. 
Carapa. Carapa. 

Carate ; Carat6e ; Carathes. Carate. 
Carbamide. Carbamid. 
Carbamique. Carbamic. 
Carbanilide. Carbanilid. 
Carbazol. Carbazol. 
Carbazotique. Carbazotic ; Picric. 
Carbolique ; Ph^nique. Carbolic. 
Carbonate. Carbonate. 
Carbonculaire, ou Carbonculeux, -euse. 

Carbunciilar ; Pertaining to anthrax 
Carbone. Carbon. [(Charbon). 

Carbon^, -6e. Containing carbon. 
Carboneux, -euse. Pertaining to carbon. 
Carbonh^mie. Carbonemia. 
Carbonide. Carbide ; Carburet. 
Carbonifere. Containing carbon. 
Carbonique. Carbonic. [-sation. 

Carbonisation. Carbonization, or 



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Caxbonite. Term sometimes employed 

instead of oxalate. 
Carbonom^trie. Determination of the 
amount of carbonic acid given off 
by a living animal. 
Carbonyle. Carbonyl. 
Carbosulfure. Bisulphide of carbon. 
Carbunculaire. Carbuncular. 
Carburation. The action of combining 

carbon with another body. 
Carbur^, -6e. Containing carbon ; Com- 
bined with carbon. 
Carburine. Common oxide of carbon, 
Carbyle. Carbyl. 
Carcerule. Carcerula. 
Carcharodonte. Carcharodont. 
Carch6sieii, -ienne. Applied formerly 
to ropes for the reduction of fractures. 
Carcinie. Carcinosis. 
Carcinode ; Carcinoide. (1) Carcinoid ; 

(2) Resembling cancer. 
Carcinomateux, -euse. Carcinomatous. 
Carcinome. Carcinoma. 
Carcinose. Carcinosis. 
Cardage. Carding. [mum. 

Cardamome. Cardamom ; Cardamo- 
Cardia. The cEsophageal opening of the 

stomach. 
Cardiagraphie. Cardiography. 
Cardiagre. Cardiagra. 
Cardiaire. Cardiac. 
Cardialgie. Cardialgia. 
Cardialogie. Cardiology, 
Cardianastrophe. Cardianastrophe, 
Cardiaque. Cardiac. 
Cardiatelie. Cardiatelia ; Atelocardia. 
Cardiatomie. Cardiotomy. 
Cardiectasie. Cardiectasis, 

Cardielcose. Cardielcosis, 

Cardinal, -ale. Cardinal ; Dominating. 
Cardinale, s. Lobelia. 

Cardiocele. Cardiocele, 

Cardiod^mie. Cardiodemia. 

Cardiodynie. Cardiodynia, 

€ardiogme. Cardiogmus ; Angina 
pectoris ; Cardialgia. 

Cardiographe. Cardiograph. 

Cardiographie. Cardiography, 

Cardiographique. Cardiographie, 

Cardioide. Resembling the heart. 

Cardiologle. Cardiology, 

€ardiomalacie, Cardiomalacia, 

€ardiometre. Cardiometer. 

Cardionose. Heart disease in general. 

Cardiopalmie. Cardiopalmus. 

Cardiopathie. Cardiopathy. 

Oardiop^ricardite. Cardiopericarditis, 

Cardioplectique, Pertaining to cardio- 

€ardiopl6gie. Cardioplegia, [plegia. 



Cardio-puncture. Cardiopuncture. 
Cardiorrhexie. Cardiorrhexis. 
Cardioscl^rose. Cardiosclerosis. 
Cardioscope. Cardioscope. 
Cardiost^nome. Narrowing of the 

cardiac cavities and orifices. 
Cardiost^nose. Cardiostenosis. 
Cardiost^nosie. The production of car- 
diostenosis. 
Cardiotomie. Cardiotomy, [heart. 

Cardiotrophie. The nutrition of the 
Cardio-vasculaire. Cardiovascular. 
Cardlte. Carditis. 
Carditique. Carditic. 
Cardol. Cardol. [of the head. 

Car^barie. The sensation of heaviness 
Carle. Caries. 

Cari^, -6e ; Carieux, -euse. Carious. 
Carminatif, -ive. Carminative. 
Carmination. The colouring action of 
Carmine. Carmin ; Carmine, [carmine, 
Carminique. Carminic. 
Camassier, -iere. Carnivorous. 
Cam^, -^e. Carneous ; Flesh coloured. 
Camification. Carnification. 
Camifi^, -^e. Applied to a tissue that 

has undergone carnification. 
Camifonne. Having the appearance of 
Camine. Carnin. [muscular tissue. 

Camisation. Carnification, 
Carnivore. Carnivorous. 
Camivorit^. The condition of any 

animal that lives on flesh. 
Camosit^. Carnosity. 
Caroncule. Caruncle, 
Caronculeux, -euse. Caruncular. 
Carotide, s. Carotid, v. 
Carotidien, -ienne, culj. Carotid, adj, 
Carotique. (1) Carotic ; Pertaining to 

carus ; (2) Carotid, adj, 
Carotte. Carrot. 
Carottine. Carotin. 
Carpe. Carpus ; Wrist. 
Carphologie. Carphologia, or -gy. 
Carpien, -ienne. Carpal. 
Carpobalsamum. Carpobalsamum. 
Carpc-carpien, -ienne. Pertaining to 
the i-elations between the carpal 
Carpologie. Carpology. [bones, 

Carpo-metacarpien, -ienne. Carpo- 
metacarpal. 
Carpo-p^dal, -ale. Carpo-pedal, 
Carpo-phalangien, -ienne, Carpo- 
phalangeal. [licis (hand). 

Carpo-sus-phalangien. Adductor pol- 
I Carragaheen. Carrageen ; Carragheen. 
Carragah^enine. Carragheenin. 
Carrageen. Carrageen. 
' Carr6, -^e. Square ; Quadratus. 

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CAR 



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CAU 



Caxr6 crural. Quadratus femoris. 
Carre de la levre inf^rieiire. Quadratus 

menti ; Depressor labii inferioris. 
Carr6 lombaire. Quadratus lumborum. 
Carrd du pied. Extensor brevia digi- 

torum (foot). 
Carr6 pronator. Pronator quadratus. i 
Carreau. Tuberculous degeneration of | 

the lymphatic glands of the mesentery | 

in children ; Tabes mesenterica. 
Carthame. Carthamus. 
Carthamine. Carthamin. 
Cartilage. Cartilage. 
Cartilageine. Cartilagin. 
Cartilagineux, -euse. Cartilaginous. 
Cartilaginification. Cartilaginification. 
Carum ; Carvi. Carum ; Caraway. 
Cams. Carus. 

Carvi. Caraway. [cloves. 

Caryocostin. Electuary of costus and 
Caryopse. Caryopsis. 
Cas dlsesper^. A hopeless case. 
Cascara. Cascara. [Chittem bark. 

Cascara sagrada. Cascara sagrada ; 
Cascarille. Cascarilla. 
Cascarilline. Cascarillin. 
Caseate. Lactate. 
Cas^eux, -^euse. Caseous. 
Cas^iforme. Resembling cheese. 
Cas^ine. Casein. 
Cas^ique. Lactic. 
Caserne. Barracks. 
Casse. Cassia. 

Cassia, -^e. Pertaining to cassia. 
Cassonade. Moist sugar ; Brown sugar. 
Castor. Beaver. 
Castor^ine. Castorin. 
Castor^um. Castoreum. 
Castorid^, -6e. Pertaining to the beaver. 
Castorine. Castorin. [Eunuch. 

Castrat. A castrated individual ; 
Castration. Castration, [combustion. 
Catacausis. Catacausis ; Spontaneous 
Catachasme. Deep scarification. 
Cataclase. Cataclasis ; Fracture. 
Cataclysms. (1) Douche; (2) Clyster. 
Catacoustique. Acoustics when applied 

to echoes or to reflected sounds. 
Catadioptrique. Said of that which 

combines the effects of reflection and 

of refraction. [spatula. 

Cataglosse. Speculum oris ; Tongue- 
Catagmatique. Catagmatic. 
Cataire. Fr6missement-. Purring thrill. 
Catalepsie. Catalepsy ; Catalepsia. 
Cataleptique. Cataleptic. 
Catalyse. Catalysis. 
Oatalyseur, -euse. Causing catalysis. 
Catalytic. Catalysis. 



Catalytique. Catalytic. 
Catam^nial, -ale. Catamenial. 
Catapasme. Catapasm ; Powder to 

sprinkle on a sore. 
Cataphora. Cataphora ; Lethargy. 
Cataplasme. Poultice ; Cataplasm. 
Cataplectique. Cataplectic. Fulmin- 
Cataplexie. Cataplexis. [ant. 

Cataptose. Cataptosis. 
Cataracte. Cataract. 
Cataracts, -ee. Cataractous, 
Catarrhal, -ale. Catarrhal. 
Catarrhe. Catarrh. 
Catarrheux, -euse. Catarrhal. 
Catarrhyn. Defluxion. 
Catartisme. Reduction of a dislocation. 
Catastaltique. Catastaltic. 
Catastase. Catastasis. 
Catastatique. Catastatic. 
Cat^chine. Catechin. 
Catechique. Pertaining to catechu. 
Catechu ; Cachou. Catechu. 
Catechucique. Pertaining to catechu. 
Cat^lectrotonique. Catelectrotonic. 
Catgut. Catgut. 
Catharsie. Catharsis. 
Cathartine. Cathartin. 
Cathartique. Cathartic, adj. and s. 
Cath^m^rin, -ine. Returning everyday ; 

Amphemerina, .s-. 
Cath^rese. Catheresis ; Cathaeresis. 
Cath6r^tique. Catheretic. 
Catheter. Catheter. 
Cath6t6riser. To catheterize, or -se. 
Cath^t^risme. Catheterism ; Catheter- 
ization, or -sation. 
Cathetometre. Cathetometer. 
Cathions. Cations ; Products deposited 

on the cathode in electrolysis. 
Cathode. Cathode ; Negative pole. 
Catholicon, ou -cum. Catholicon. 
Catholique. Catholic ; Universal. 
Cato-cathartique. Catocathartic : 

Catacathartic. 
Catoche ; Catochus. Catoche ; Catochus ; 

Coma- vigil ; Catalepsy. 
Catocoelie. The hypogastrium. 
Catomisme. Greek method for reducing 

dislocation of the humerus. 
Catopter. Speculum. 
Catoptrique, ». Catoptrics, a.pl. 
Catoptrique, adj. Catoptric, adj. 
Catoptroscopie. Exploration by means 

of reflected light. 
Catostome. Catostomus. 
Catot^rique. Catoteric ; Purgative. 
Catulotique. Cicatrizing ; Favourable 

to cicatrization. 
Cauchemar. Nightmare. 



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CEP 



Caudal, -ale. Caudal. [the clitoris. 

Caudation. Abnormal lengthening of 

Caud^, -6e. Caudate. 

Caudex. Caudex. 

Caudicule. Caudicle. 

Caudiforme. Shaped like a tail. 

Caul^don. Transverse fracture without 
splintering (Greek Surgery). 

Caulescent, -ente. Caulescent. 

Caulicule. Caulicle. 

Caulophylle. Caulophyllum. 

Caulophylline. Caulophyllin. 

Causalite. Causation ; Causality. 

Cause. Cause. 

Causialgie ; Causalgie. Causalgia. 

Causticity. Causticity ; Corrosiveness. 

Causticophore. Caustic-holder. 

Caustique, adj. et s. Caustic, adj. and s. 

Causus. Intermittent fever of hot 
countries with gastric complications. 

Cautere. Cautery. 

Cautere actuel. Actual cautery. 

Cautere. Issue. 

Cauterisant, -ante. Cauterizing ; 
Causing cauterization. 

Cauterisation. Cauterization, or -sation. 

Caut^riser. To cauterize, or -se. 

Cave. Veine-. Vena cava. 

Caveme. Cavity (especially in the lung). 

Cavemeux, -euse. Cavernous. 

Cavicole. Living in a cavity of an organ. 

Cavitaire. Cavitary. 

Cavity. Cavity. 

Cd. Symbol of Cadmium. 

Ce. Symbol of Cerium. 

C^badille. Cebadilla. 

C^bocephale. Cebocephalus. 

excite. Blindness ; Cecity. 

Cedre. Cedar. 

C^drene. Cedrene. 

C6drine. Cedrin. 

C^drirete. Cedriret. 

C6dron. Cedron. 

Ceinture. Belt ; Waistband. 

Ceintureclaviculaire. The two clavicles 
and the bones with which they articu- 
late, [pregnancy, etc. 

eolation. Gelation ; Concealment of 

C61eri. Celery. 

C^libat. Celibacy ; Single state. 

Cellulaire. Cellular. 

Cellule. Cell. 

Celluleux, -euse. Cellular. 

Cellulite. Cellulitis. 

Cellulifere. Celluliferous. 

Cellulo-cutan6, -ee. Cellulo-cutaneous. 

Cellulolde. Celluloid. 

Cellulose. Cellulose. 

Cellulosique. Pertaining to cellulose. 



Cellulosite. Condition of having cells. 

C^locolique. Pain caused by intestinal 

C^losome. Celosoma. [hernise. 

Ceiosomien, -ienne. Relating to celo- 
soma. 

C^lotomie ; K^lotomie. Celotomy. 

Cdment. Cement. 

Cementaire. Relating to cement. 

Cementation. Theapplication of cement. 

Cendre. Ashes ; Cinder. [copper. 

Cendre bleue naturelle. Carbonate of 

Cendre perl^e. Carbonate of potassium 
taken from ashes. 

Cendre, -^e. Gray ; Grayish. 

Cenesth^sie. Cenesthesis. 

Cenose. Cenosis ; Evacuation. 

Cenotique. Cenotic ; Drastic. 

Centaur^e. Centaurea ; Centaury. 

Centaurine. Cnicin. 

Centenaire. Centenarian. 

Centre. Centre. 

Centrifuge. Centrifugal. 

Centripete. Centripetal. 

Cephalagre. Cephalagra. 

C6phalalgie. Cephalalgia. 

Cephalalgique. Cephalalgic. 

C^phalartique. Doing good to the head, 

C^phaie, -^e. Cephalate ; Cephalous. 

C^phal^e. Cephalea ; Severe headache. 

C^phaiematome. Cephalematoma ; 
Cephalhematoma. 

Cephalin, -ine. (1) Fixed by the head; 
(2) Cephalate, or -lous. 

C^phalique. Cephalic. [bercle. 

Cephalion. Small head ; Bulb ; Tu- 

C^phalite. Cephalitis ; Encephalitis. 

Cephalographe. Cephalograpb. 

Cephalographie. Cephalography. 

Cephalohemometre. Instrument to 
measure the quantity of blood going 

Cephalolde. Cephaloid. [to the brain, 

Cephalologie. Cephalology. 

Cephalome. Cepbaloma. 

C^phalomele. Cephalomelus. 

Cephalometre. Cephalometer. 

Cephalometrie. Cephalometry. 

C^phalopage. Cephalopagus. 

Cephalo-pharyngien, -ienne. Cephalo- 
pharyngeal, adj. ; The superior con- 
strictor of the pharynx, [rhachidian. 

Cfephalo-rhachidien, -ienne. Cephalor- 

C^phalote. Cephalot ; Cephalote. 

Cephalothlasia. Cephalotripsy. 

Cephalothlibe. Cephalotribe. 

Cephalotomie. Cephalofomy. 

Cephalotribe. Cephalotribe. 

Cephalotripsie. Cephalotripsy. 

C^phalotripteur. Cephalotriptor ; 
Cephalotribe. 

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CEP 



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CSA 



Ceph^lide. Ipecacuanha. 

C6rac6, -6e. Ceraceous. 

Cerasine. Cerasin. 

Cerat. Cerate. 

C^ratinien, -ienne. Keratoid. 

Cerato-hyal, -ale. Pertaining to the 

cornua of the hyoid. 
C^ratolde. Keratoid. 
Cerceau. See Arceau. 
Cercle. Circle ; Ring. 
Cercose. See Caudation. 
Cerebelleux, -euse. Cerebellar ; Cere- 

bellic ; Cerebelloiis. 
Cerebellite. Cerebellitia. 
C6r6bral, -ale. Cerebral. 
Cerebration. Cerebration. 
C6r6br6, -6e. Having a cerebrum. 
C6r6brie. Cerebria ; Mania. 
C^r^briforme. Having the aspect or the 
C^rebrine. Cerebrin. [form of the brain. 
C6r6brique. Cerebric ; Cerebrinic. 
C^r^brite. Cerebritis. 
C6r6bro-cardiaque. Cerebro-cardiac. 
C^r^bro-rhachidien, -ienne. Cerebror- 

rhachidian. 
C6rebroscl6rose. Cerebrosclerosis. 
C6rebro-spinal, -ale. Cerebro-spinal. 
C^r^brote. Cerebrot ; Cerebrote. 
C^rel^on. A mixture of wax and oil 

for dressing, 
C6renc6phalote. Cephalote ; Cephalot. 
Cerf. Stag. 
Cerfeuil. Chervil. 
C^rine. Cerin. 
Cerise. Cherry. 

Cerium. Cerium. [round the eyes). 

Cerne. Ring ; Circle (round wounds or 
Cem6, -ie. Having a dark circle 

around (as round the eyes). 
C^roene ; C^rouene ; Cirouene. Plaster 

of cerate and pitch. [and fat. 

Cero-graisseux, -euse. Containing wax 
Ceroide. Resembling wax. 
C^romel. Ceromel ; Honey cerate. 
Ceroplastique. Ceroplastic. 
Carotene. Cerotene. 
C6rotique. Cerotic. 

Certamen. A scientific meeting re- 
stricted to the persons invited. 
Certificat. Certificate. 
Ceruleine. Cerulein. 
Cerulescent, -ente. Bluish. 
Cerumen. Cerumen. 
Cerumineux, -euse. Ceruminous. 
Ceruse. Ceruse ; White lead. 
Cerveau. Cerebrum ; Brain. 
Cervelet. Cerebellum. 
Cervelle. Brain ; Brains. 
Cervical, -ale. Cervical. 



Cervico-brachial, -ale. Cervlco-bra- 

chial. 
Cervico-mastoidien, -ienne. Cervico- 

mafctoid. [pital. 

Cervico-occipital, -ale. Cervico-occi- 
Cervico-scapulaire. Cervico-scapular. 
Cervix. The neck (iwt the cervix uteri). 
Ceryle. Ceryl. 
C^rylique. Cerylic. 

Cesarien, -ienne. Capsarian ; Cesariao. 
Cesium. Cesium ; Caesium. 
Cestoide. Cestoid. 
Cetac^. Cetacea. 
Cetol. Ethal. 
Cetraire. Cetraria. 
Cetrairine. Cetrarin. 
Cetyle. Cetyl. 
Cevadille. Cevadilla. 
Cevadine. Cevadin ; Veratrin. 
Chacal. Jackal. 
Chacarille. Cascarilla. 
Chagrin. (1) Shagreen ; (2) Sorrow. 
Chaine. Chain. 

Chalnette. Scie k-. Chain saw. 
Chair. Flesh. 

Chair carr^e. Flexor accessorius (foot). 
Chair de poule. Goose-liesh ; Cutis 

anserina. 
Chaise-lit. Chair-bedstead. 
Chalasie. Partial separation of the 

cornea from the sclerotic. 
Chalastique. Chalastic ; Emollient. 
Chalastodermie. Chalastodermia ; Der- 
Chalaze. Chalaza. [matolysis. 

Chalazion. Chalazion. 
Chalazonephrite. Chalazonephritis ; 

Granular nephritis. 
Chalcite. Colcothar. 
Chaleur. Heat. 
Chalumeau. Blow-pipe. 
Chalybe, -ee. Chalybeate. 
Chambre. Chamber ; Camera. 
Chameau. Camel. 
Champ. Field. 
Champignon. Mushroom. 
Chancre. Chancre. 
Chancrelle. Simple or soft chancre. 
Chancreux, -euse. Pertaining to 

chancre or to cancer. 
Chancrolde. Chancroid. 
Chant des arteres. Arterial bruit. 
Chanteur, -euse. Singer, v. 
Chanvre. Hemp. [part. 

Chapeau. Hat ; Covering ; Superior 
Chapelet. Chaplet ; A string of en- 
larged lymphatic glands. 
Chapelet; Couronne de V^nua. Dry 

pustular eruption on the forehead 

of a syphilitic subject. 



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CHI 



Chapiteau k queue. Instrument for 
withdrawing the milk from the 
female breast. 

Chaponnage. The castration of fowls. 

Charbon. (1) Charcoal ; (2) Anthrax ; 
Charbon. 

Charbonneux, -euse. Having the nature 
of anthrax ; Pertaining to anthrax. 

Chardon. Thistle. 

Charge. Charge (Electricity). 

Charlatan. Charlatan ; Quack. 

Charlatanisme. Charlatanism ; 
Quackery. 

Chamu, -ue. Fleshy ; Carneous. 

Charogne. Carrion. 

Charpie. Lint ; Charpie. 

Charqui. Charqui. 

Chartre. See Carreau. 

Chas. The eye of a needle. [etc. 

Chasse. The joint of a lancet, bistoury, 

Chassie. The secretion of the Mei- 

Chat. Cat. [bomian glands. 

Chataigne. Chestnut. [colours. 

Chatoiement. Chatoyment ; Play of 

Chaton. The posterior part of the 
cricoid cartilage. 

Chatonnement du placenta. Incar- 
ceration of the placenta. 

Chatouillement. Tickling. 

Chatrer. To castrate. 

Chatrure. Castration. 

Chaud, -de. Hot ; Burning. 

Chaudepisse. A common name for 
GonorrhcBa ; Clap. 

Chaudepisse chordee. Gonorrhoea 
accompanied by chordee. 

Chaud et froid. A slight feverish cold. 

Chauffage. Heating ; Method of gener- 
ating and maintaining a warm tem- 

Chauffeur. Stoker. [perature. 

ChaufFoir. (1) Warming-cloth ; (2) A 
room heated to a certain temperature. 

Chaulmoogra. Chaulmugra. 

Chaume. Stubble. 

Chausse. Straining-bag ; Filter. 

Chaussure. Anything worn on the 
feet (stockings, socks, boots, etc.), 
but more often boots or shoes. 

Chauve-souris. Bat. 

Chaux. Lime. 

Chaux vive. Quicklime. 

Chavica. Chavica. 

Chavicine. Chavicin. 

Chef. (1) In anatomy, the heads of a 
muscle ; (2) In surgery, the ends 
Chei-. See Chi-. [of a bandage. 

Ch^lidoine. Chelidonium ; Celandine. 
Ch^lidonine. Chelidonin. 
Ch^lldonique. Chelidonic. 



Ch^lidoxanthine. Chelidoxanthin. 

Ch^loide. Cheloid. 

Ch^mosis. Chemosis. 

Chene. Oak. 

Chenille. Caterpillar. 

Chenu, -ue. Gray-headed ; Hoary, 

Cheval. Horse. 

Chevauchant, -ante. Equitant (Bot.) ; 
Said of organs that overlap one 
another, or fit into one another. 

Chevauchement. Riding of fractured 

Chevelu, -ue. Hairy. [bones. 

Chevelure. Head of hair. 

Chevestre ; Chev6tre. Bandage for 
fracture of the lower jaw. 

Cheveu. Hair. 

Cheville du pied. Ankle ; The malleoli. 

Chevre. Goat. 

Chevrefeuille. Honeysuckle. 

Chevreuil. Roebuck. [lous. 

Chevrotant, -ante. Quivering ; Tremu- 

Chevrotement. Trembling of the voice. 

Chiasma. Chiasm ; Chiasma ; The 
optic commissure. 

Chiastre. Crossed bandage for fracture 

Chicor^e. Chicory. [of the patella. 

Chicot. Stvimp of a tooth. 

Chicotin. Powdered colocynth. 

Chien. Dog. 

Chiendent. Dog's grass. 

Chilalgie. Labial neuralgia. 

Chilocace. Chilocace. 

Chilodi^resie. Hare-lip. 

Chiloma. Chiloma. 

Chilon. Labial oedema. 

Chiloplastie. Chiloplasty. 

Chilostomato-plastie. Buccal re-estab- 
lishment by chiloplasty. 

Chimaphila, ou -le. Chimaphila. 

Chimaphiline. Chimaphilin. 

Chimiatrie. The abuse of chemical and 
pharmaceutical preparations in thera- 

Chimie ; Chjonie. Chemistry, [peutics. 

Chimique. Chemic ; Chemical. 

Chimisme. Chemism. [Quinoidin. 

Chinoidine. Chinoidin ; Chinoidinum ; 

Chinoleine ; Chinoline. Chinolin ; Chin- 
olina ; Leukolin. 

Chique. Chigoe; Sand-flea. 

Chiragra. Chiragra. [tion of the wrist. 

Chirarthrocace. A tumour or inflamma- 

Chirolde. In the form of a hand. 

Chiromancie. Chiromancy ; Palmistry. 

Chiromanie. Onanism. [Inveterate. 

I Chironien, -ienne. Difficult to cure ; 

I Chiropompholix. Chiro - pompholyx ; 

I Dysidrosis. 
Chirurgical, -ale. Surgical ; Chirurgical, 

I Chirurgie. Surgery ; Chirurgia. 



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CHO 



Chirurgien. Surgeon. 

Chirurgique. Surgical. 

Chitine. Chitin. [taining to chitin. 

Chitineux, -euse ; Chiton^al, -ale. Per- 

Chloasma. Chloasma ; Melanoderma ; 

Chloral. Chloral. [Melasma. 

Chloralisation. Chloralism. 

Chloraliser. Chloralize, or -se. 

Chloralisme. Chluralism. 

Chlorate. Chlorate. 

Chlore. Chlorine. 

Chlor6, -6e. Containing chlorine. 

Chlorethyle. Chlorethyl ; Ethyl clilo- 

Chloreux. Chlorous. [ride. 

Chlorhydrate. Hydrochlorate. 

Chlorhydrique. Hydrochloric. 

Chloride. Subchloride. 

Chlorique. Chloric. 

Chlorite. Chlorite. [rosis. 

Chloro-anemie. Chloroanemia ; Chlo- 

Chlorodyne. Chlorodyne. 

Chloroforme. Chloroform. 

Chloroformique. Chloroformic. 

Chloroformisation. Chloroformism. 

Chloroformiser. To chloroform. 

Chloroide. Resembling chlorine. 

Chloroma. Chloroma. 

Chlorophylle. Chlorophyl. [chlorophyl. 

Chlorophyllien, -ienne. Pertaining to 

Chlorophyllin. Chlorophyl, 

Chlorose. Chlorosis. 

Chlorotique. Chlorotic. 

Chlorure. Chloride ; Chloruret. 

Choc. Shock ; Collision. 

Choc du cceur. Pulsation of the heart 
against the chest wall. 

Choc foetal. Fcetal shock. 

Choc traumatique. Surgical or trauma- 
tic shock ; Shock. 

Chocolat. Chocolate. 

Cholaemie. Cholemia. 

Cholagogue. Cholagogue. 

Cholalate. Cholalate. 

Cholalique. Cholalic. 

Chelate. Cholate ; Glycocholate. 

Choleate. Choleate ; Taurocholate. 

Chol^chrolne. Mixture of a fatty body 
with biliverdin. 

Chol^cyste. Cholecyst. 

Cholecystectasie. Cholecystectasia. 

Cholecystectomie. Cholecystectomy. 

Chol^cystectomique. Cholecystectomic. 

Cholecystent^roatomie. Cholecysten- 
terostomy. 

Cholecystite. Cholecystitis. 

Chol^cystotomie. Cholecystotomy. 

Choledociai'ctie. Stricture or oblitera- 
tion of the ductus communis chole- 
dochus. 



Choledocite. Phlegmasia of the ductus 

communis choledochus. 
Choledoque. Conduit- ou Canal-. Ductus 

communis choledochus. 
Choleine. Cholein. 
Choleique. Choleic. 
Cholelithe. Cholelith. 
Cholelithiase. Cholelithiasis. 
Cholemese. Cholemesis. 
Choleph^ine. Bilirubin. 
Cholepoese. The secretion of the bile. 
Cholepoetique. Pertaining to the secre- 
Cholepyre. Biliary fever, [tion of bile. 
Cholepyrrhine. Cholepyrrhin. 
Cholera. Cholera. 
Choleriforme. Choleriform. 
Cholerine. Cholerine. 
Cholerique. Choleraic. 
Cholerrhagie. Cholera-morbus. 
Cholest^atome. Cholesteatoma. 
Cholesteremie ; Cholesterhemie, Cho- 
Cholesterine. Cholesterin. [lesteremia. 
Cholesteritis. Synchysis. 
Choleteline. Choletelin. 
Chol^verdine. Choleverdin. 
Cholh^mie, ef non Chol^mie. Cholemia. 
Choline. Cholin. 
Cholique. Cholic. 
Cholochlorine. Biliverdin. 
Cholorrhee. Cholorrhea, or -cea ; Bilious 
Cholose. Cholosis. [diarrh(jea. 

Cholose americaine. Yellow fever. 
Cholostegnose. Stricture of the biliary 
Cholurie. Choluria. [canals. 

Chondrarthrocace. Arthrocace with 

lesion of the cartilages. 
Chondrine. Chondrin. 
Chondrinogene. Chondrigen. 
Chondrite. Chondritis. 
Chondrocele. Chondroma. 
Chondro-costal, -ale. Chondrocostal. 
Chondrogene. Chondrogen. 
Chondrogenese. Chondrogenesis. 
Chondroglosse. Relating to the tongue 

and its cartilage. 
Chondroglycose. Chondroglucose. 
Chondrographie. Chondrography. 
Chondroide. Chondroid. 
Chondrologie. Chohdrology. 
Chondromalacie. Chondromalacia. 
Chondrome. Chondroma. [cence. 

Chondroph3rbe. A cartilaginous excres- 
Chondrose. Chondrosis. 
Chondrost^en, -^enne. Chondrosteous ; 

Both cartilaginous and bony. 
Chondro-sternal, -ale. Chondrosternal. 
Chondrotomie. Chondrotomy. 
Chorda dorsalis. Chorda dorsalis ; 

Notochord. 



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CIL 



Chordapse. Chordapsus ; Ileus ; Vol- 
vulus ; Ileac passion ; Acute in- 
testinal catarrh. 
Choree. Chorea. 
Choreique. Choreic. 
Choremanie. Choremania ; Choro- 

niania ; Epidemic chorea. 
Chorial. Chorial ; Chorionic. 
Chorio-allantoidien, -ienne. Chorio- 

allantoid. 
Choriolde, adj. et s. Chorioid, adj. 
and «. ; Choroid, adj. and .v.; Chorio- 
idal, adj. ; Choroidal, adj. 
Chorion. Chorion. 
Chorionaire. Chorionic. 
Chorionitis. Chorionitis ; Scleroderma. 
Chorise. Chorisis. 

Chorolde, s. Choroid, s. [adj. 

Choroide, (ttZy. Choroid, adj.; Choroidal, 
Choroidien, -ienne. Choroidal. 
Choroidite. Choroiditis. [lary. 

Choroido - capillaire. Choroido - capil- 
Choses naturelles. Natural things in 

human nature ; Kes naturales. 
Choses contre nature. Things inimical 
to human nature (illness, disease, 
etc.) ; Res contra natviram. 
Choses non naturelles. Things which 
in moderation are favourable to 
human nature but which are hurtful 
Chou. Cabbage. [when abused. 

Chou-fleur. Cauliflower, 
Chromate. Chromate. 
Chromatie. Chromatism, 
Chromatine. Chromatin. 
Chromatique. Chromatic. 
Chromatisme. Chromatism. 
Chromatoblaste. Chromatoblast. 
Chromatodysopsie. Chromatodysopia. 
Chromatogene. Chromatogenous. 
Chromatogenie. The production of 
colours. [matodysopia. 

Chromatometablepsie {lnmit6). Chro- 
Chromatometre. Chromatometer. 
Chromatopseudopsie. Chromatopseud- 

opsis. 
Chromatoscope. Chromalioscope. 
Chromatoscopie. Chromatoscopy. 
Chromaturie. Chromaturia. 
Chrome. Chromium. 
Chromhidrose. Chromidrosis. 
Chromique. Chromic. 
Chromisme. Chromism. 
Chromoblaste. Chromatoblast. 
Chromocyanure. Chromocyanide. 
Chromologie. Treatise on colours : 

Description of colours. 
Chromopsie. Chromopsia ; Chroma 
topsia ; Chrobpsia. 



Chromule. Chromule ; Chlorophyl. 
Chronicite. Chronicity ; The chronic 

state of a disease. 
Chronique. Chronic. 
Chronizoique. (1) Applied to that 
which can be kept for a long time ; 
(2) Officinal. 
Chronographe. Chronograph. 
Chronogynee. Menstruation ; Menses. 
Chronologie. Chronology. 
Chrysalide. Chrysalis, 
Chrysanisique. Chrysanisic. [binum. 
Chrysarobine. Chrysarobin ; Chrysaro- 
Chrysene. Chrysene. 
Chrysine. Chrysin. 
Chrysophanique. Chrysophanic. 
Chrysorhamnine. Chrysorrhamnin. 
Chuchotement. Whispering ; Whisper. 
Chute. Fall. 

Chute des cheveux. Falling of the hair. 
Chute de la luette. The lengthening 

of an edematous uvula. 
Chute de la paupiere. Blepharoptosis. 
Chute du rectum. Prolapse of the 

rectum ; Exania. 
Chute de I'uterus. Hysteroptosis, 
Chute du vagin. Elytroptosis. 
Chyazique. Acide-. Hydrocyanic acid, 
Chylaire. Chylous. 
Chyle. Chyle. 
Chyleux, -euse. Chylous. 
Chylifere. Chyliferous. 
Chylification. Chylification. 
Chylopoese. Chylopoiesis. 
Chylopoetique. Chylopoietic. 
Chylose. Chylosis. 
Chylxirie. Chyluria. 
Chyme. Chyme. 
Chymie ; Chimie. Chemistry. 
Chymification. Chymification. 
Chymophore. Chymophorous ; Chymi- 
Chymose. Chymification. [ferous, 

Chymosine. Pepsin. 
Ciboule. Eschalot. 
Ciboulette. Chive. 
Cicatrice. Cicatrix ; Scar, 
Cicatriciel, -ielle. Cicatricial. 
Cicatriculaire. Pertaining to the cica- 
tricula. [small cicatrix, 

' Cicatricule. (1) Cicatricula ; (2) A 
I Cicatrisant, -ante. Cicatrizing, adj. ; 
I A cicatrizing agent ; Cicatrizant, s. 
Cicatrisation. Cicatrization, 
Cicutine. Cicutin, 
Cidre. Cider. 
Cigale. Grasshopper. 
Cigogne. Stork, 
Cigue. Conium ; Hemlock. 
Cil, Eye-lash ; Cilium, sing. , Cilia, pi. 



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Ciliaire. Ciliary. 

Cili^, -ee. Ciliate ; Ciliated. 

Cilio-spinal, -ale. Cilio-spinal. 

Cillement. Blinking. 

Cillose ; Cillosisme. Cillo ; Cillosis. 

Ciment. Cement. 

Cimetiere. Cemetery. 

Cinabre ; Cinnabre. Cinnabar. 

Cinchona. Cinchona. 

Cinchouac^, -ee. Pertaining to cin- 
chona. 

Cinchonammiue. Cinchonamin. 

Cinchon^, -ee. Pertaining to cinchona. 

Cinchonicine. Cinchonicin. 

Cinchonidine. Cinchonidin, or -ina. 

Cinchonine. Cinchonin, or -ina. 

Cinchonique. Pertaining to cinchona. 

Cinchotannique. Quinotannic. 

Cinchotine. Cinchotin ; Quinidina. 

Cinclise. (1) Frequent movement ; (2) 

Cineration. Incineration. [Blinking. 

Cinese. Cinesis ; Kinesis. 

Cin^sialgie. Kinesalgia. 

Cinesie. Kinesia. 

Cinesiologie. Kinesiology. 

Cinesique. Kinetic. 

Cinesith^rapie. Kinesio therapy. 

Cinnabre. Cinnabar. 

Cinnamique. Cinnamic. 

Cinnamomum. Cinnamomum. 

Cinnamyle. Cinnamyl. 

Cinnamylique ; Cinnylique. Cinnamic. 

Cinquieme paire. Fifth pair (cranial 
nerves). 

Cintr^, -ee. In the form of an arch. 

Cintr6. Ligament. Ligamentum arcu- 
atum externum. 

Circinal, -ale ; Circin^, -6e. Circinate. 

Circoncision. Circumcision. 

Circonfiexe. Circumflex. 

Circonscrit, -ite. Circumscribed. 

Circonspection. Circumspection. 

Circonvolution. Convolution. 

Circuit. Circuit. 

Circulaire. Circular. 

Circulation. Circulation. 

Circulatoire. Circulatory; Circulating. 

Circumanal, -ale. Circumanal. 

Circumaxile. Round an axis. 

Circumduction. Circumduction. 

Circumfusa. Surroundings. 

Circum-uterin, -ine. Peri-uterine. 

Cire. Wax. 

Cireux, -euse. Waxy. 

Cirifere. Bearing wax. 

Cirre. Tendril ; Cirrus. 

Cirr^, -ee ; Cirreux, -euse. Cirrhose. 

Cirrhonose. Cirrhonosus. 

Cirrhose. Cirrhosis. 



Cirrifere. Cirrhose. 

Cirriforme. Having the shape of a 

Cirsocele. Cirsocele. [tendril. 

Cirsolde. Cirsoid. 

Cirsomphale. Cirsomphalos. 

Clrsophthalmie. Cirsophthalraia. 

Cirsotomie. Cirsotomy. 

Ciseau. Chisel. 

Ciseaux. Scissors. 

Citeme. Cistern. 

Citeme lombaire, ou Reservoir de 
Pecquet. Receptaculum chyli. 

Citrate. Citrate. 

Citrene. Citrene. 

Citrin, -ine. Citrine. 

Citrique. Citric. 

Citron. Lemon ; Citron. 

Citronn^, -ee. Containing lemon. 

Citronelle. Citronella. 

Citrouille. Pumpkin. 

Citta. Pica. 

Civette. Civet. 

Civiere. Stretcher ; Litter. 

Civilisation. Civilization, or -sation. 

CI. Symbol of Chlorine. 

Cladonie. Cladonea. 

Clair, -re. Clear ; Transparent. 

Clair9age. Clarifying. 

Clamp. Clamp. [slowly. 

Clapier. Focus from which pus runs 

Clapotement. Splashing sound ; 
Clapotement. [the teeth. 

Claquement des dents. Chattering of 

Claquement valvulaire. A valvular 
heart sound heard during ventricular 
systole (Bouillaud). 

Clarification. Clarification. 

Classe. Class. 

Classement. Classing. 

Classification. Classification. 

Clastique. Frangible ; Explosive ; In 
anatomical demonstration applied to 
the parts of an artificial figure which 
can be pulled to pieces in order to 
show the underlying parts. 

Claudication. Claudication ; Lameness. 

Claveau. Thfe virus of sheep-pox. 

Clavel^e. Scab-rot ; Sheep-pox. 

Claveleux, -euse. Pertaining to scab- 
rot. 

Clavelisation. Clavelization, or -sation. 

Claviceps. Claviceps. 

Claviculaire. Clavicular. 

Clavicule. Clavicle ; Collar-bone. 

Clavicule, -^e. Having a clavicle. 

Clavifonne. Shaped like a clavicle. 

Clavi-stemal, -ale, adj. Pertaining to 
the clavicle and to the sternum. 

Clavi-stemal, s. The manubrium sterni. 



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Clavnlaire. Clubbed. 

Clef. Key. 

Clef du crane. The wormian bones. 

Clef de forceps. A small instrument to 
take forceps to pieces. 

Clef de Garengeot. Key (for teeth 
extraction). 

Clef du trypan. The key of the tre- 

Cl^matite. Clematis. [phine. 

Clidarthrocace. Sterno-clavicular ar- 
throcace. 

Clido-costal, -ale. Cleido-costal. 

Clientele. The practice of a medical 
man. 

Clignement. Blinking, v. ; Winking, s. 

Clignotant, -ante. Blinking, adj. ; 
Winking, adj. 

Clignotement. Blinking, s. 

Climat. Climate. 

Climaterique; Climacterique. Climac- 
teric, adj. and y. ; Climacteria, «. 

Climatique, Climatic. 

Climatologie. Climatology. 

Climature. The whole of the circum- 
stances affecting a climate. 

Clinicien. Clinician ; Clinicist. 

Cllnique, adj. Clinical. 

Clinique, «. Clinic. 

Clinoc^phale. Clinocephalous. 

Clinocephalie. Clinocephalia, or -ly. 

Clinodactyle. Clinodactylous, 

Clinodactylie. The clinodactylous con- 
dition. 

Clinoide. Clinoid. 

Cliquetis metallique. Bruit de-. 
Cracked-pot sound. 

Clisagre. Cleisagra ; Cleidagra. 

Cliseometre. Cliseometer, 

Clisie. Clisis ; Occlusion. 

Clisie g^nitale. Surgical occlusion of 
the genital passages of a woman. 

Clitoridien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 

Clitoris. Clitoris. [clitoris. 

Clitorisme. Clitorism. 

Clitorismie. The hypertrophied state 
of the clitoris. [otomy. 

Clitoritomie. Clitoridectomy ; Clitor- 

Cloaque. Cloaca. 

Cloche. (1) Blister; (2) Vessel shaped 
like an inverted bell. 

Cloison. Septum, 

Cloisonnement. The formation or 
presence of a septum, 

Clonique. Clonic. I 

Clonisme. Clonism ; Clonismus. I 

Clopemanie. Clopemania ; Klepto - : 
mania. 

Cloporte. Wood-louse. 

Clou. Boil ; Large pimple ; Pimple. j 



Clou hysterique. Circumscribed hys- 
terical headache, generally at the 

vertex. 
Clou de Scarpa. Leaden cylinder to 

dilate the nasal canal after incision 

of the lachrymal sac. 
Clunesie. Purulent inflammation of 

the buttocks. 
Clysoir. An enema tube. 
Clysopompe. An irrigator for enemata. 
Clystere. Clyster ; Enema. 
Cnicin ; Cnicine. Cnicin. 
Cnidose. Cnidosis ; Urticaria. 
Co. Symbol of Cobalt. [perty. 

Coagulabilite. The coagulative pro- 
Coagulable. Coagulable. 
Coagulant, -ante. Coagulating ; Coagu- 
Coagulation. Coagulation. [lative. 

Coagule, -ee. Coagulated. 
Coagulum. Coagulum. 
Coalescence. Coalescence. 
Coalescent, -ente. Coalescent. 
Coalition. Coalescence. 
Coal-tar. Coal-tar. 
Coaptation. Coaptation. 
Coarctation. Coarctation. 
Coarcte, -ee. Coarctate ; Diminished : 

Narrowed. [stricture. 

Coarctotomie. Surgical division of a 
Cobalt. Cobalt. 

Cobaltique. Pertaining to cobalt. 
Coca. Coca. 

Cocaine. Cocain ; Cocaine. 
Coccidie. Coccidia. [roth). 

Coccobacterie. Coccobacteria (Bill- 
Coccus. Coccus. 
Coccygien, -ienne. Coccygeal. 
Coccygio-anal, -ale. Relating to the 

coccyx and to the anus. [ani. 

Coccygio-anal. Muscle. The sphincter 
Coccygodynie. Coccygodynia. 
Coccy-pubien, -ienne. Said of the pelvic 

diameter taken from the coccyx to 

the symphysis pubis. 
Coccyx. Coccyx. 
Coohenille. Cochineal. 
Cochl^aire ; Cochl^arien, -ienne. 

Cochlear ; Cochleate. 
Cochl^aria. Cochlearia. 
Cochleat ; Cochleatim. By spoonfuls. 
Cochise. Cochlea. 

Cochl^en, -eenne. Cochlear ; Cochleate. 
Cochon. Pig ; Hog. 
Coco. Coco ; Cocoa ; Cacao. 
Cocotier. Cocos. [thous stomatitis. 
Cocotte. CEdema of the eyelids ; Aph- 
Coction. Coction. 
Codamine. Codamin. 
Code. Codex ; Code. 



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Codeine. Codein. [copceia. 

Codex. Codex ; The French Pharma- 
Coefficient. Coefficient. 
Coeliadelphe. Cceliadelphus, s. ; Celia- 

delphus, s. ; Ccelia- or Celiadelphous, 
Coeliaque. Cceliac ; Celiac. {adj. 

Coeloma. Deep ulcer of the cornea. 
Coelome. Coelom ; Cojloma ; Celom ; 

Celoma. [phlebitia. 

Coelophl^bite. Coelophlebitis ; Celo- 
Coenadelphe. Double monster having 

two bodies nearly equally developed. 
Coenesth^sie ; Cenesth^sie. Cwnes- 

thesis ; Cenesthesia. 
Coenure. Ccenurus. 
Coercible. Coercible ; Applied to gas 

capable of being liquefied at a high 

pressure. 
Coeur. Heart. 
Cognac. Brandy. 
Cohabitation. Cohabitation. 
Coherence. Coherency ; Cohesion. 
Coherent, -ente. Coherent, 
Cohesion. Cohesion. 
Cohibant, -ante. Insulating. [tion. 
Cohobation. Cohobation ; Redistilla- 
Coifife. Caul. 
Coiff^, -^e. Covered with a caul or a 

membrane. 
Coin. Cuneus ; Small triane;ular lobule 

situated on the internal aspect of 

the cerebral hemispheres. 
Colncidant, -ante. Coincident. 
Coincidence. Coincidence. [dication. 
Coindicant, -ante. Pertaining to coin- 
Coindication. Coindication. 
Coing. Quince, 

Colt. Coitus ; Coition ; Copulation, 
Coital, -ale. Pertaining to coitus. 
Coke. Coke, 
Col. Neck. 
Col de I'uterus ou de la matrice. 

Cervix uteri. 
Colat. Colature. 

Colatoire. Depuratory ; Depurative. 
Colature. Colature. 
Colchiceine. Colchicein. 
Colchicine. Colchicin. 
Colchicique. Pertaining to colchicum. 
Colchique. Colchicum. 
Colcotar ; Colcothar. Coloothar, 
Col^ine. Chitio. 
Coleocele. Coleocele, 
Col^optose. Coleoptosis. 
Col^orrhexie. Coleorrhexis. 
Col^orrhize. Coleorhiza. 
Coleostegnose. Coleostegnosis. 
Colique. Colic, adj. : Pertaining to the 
Colique. Colic, s. [colon. 



Colite. Colitis ; Inflammation of the 
colon. 

Collapsif, -ive. Collapsing ; Pertain- 
ing to collapse. 

CoUapsus. Collapse. 

Collateral, -ale. Collateral. 

CoUe. Glue. 

Collecteur. Collector (of a galvanic 

Collection. Collection. [battery). 

Collench3raie. Collenchj'ma. 

Collet. A narrowing resembling a neck 
or a collar. 

Collet du bulbe. The narrowing be- 
tween the bulbous and the mem- 
branous portions of the urethra. 

Collet des dents. The narrowing of 
the teeth at the junction of the root 
and crown. 

CoUete, -ee. Pertaining to the loosening 
of the narrow part of the teeth, etc. 
(see preceding). 

CoU^tique. CoUetic ; Agglutinative.' 

CoUidine. Collidin. [the neck. 

Collier. A herpetic eruption encircling 

Collier orthopedique. An orthopasdic 
apparatus in the form of a collar. 

CoUimateur. Collimator. 

CoUiquatif, -ive. Colliquative. 

CoUiquation. Colliquation. 

Collisalla. Cinchona calisaya. 

Collision. Bruit de. See Bruit. 

Collodion. Collodion. 

Colloidal, -ale. Colloid, adj. 

CoUolde. Colloid, s. and adj. 

C 1 1 n e m e. Collonema ; Myxoma ; 
Myxosarcoma. 

CoUutoire. Collutorium ; A semi- 
liquid application for the gums. 

CoUyre. CoUyrium. 

Colobome. Coloboma. 

Colocynthine. Colocynthin. 

Colombate. Tantalate. [to tantalum. 

Colombique. Pertaining to calumba or 

Colombium. Tantalum. 

Colombo. Calumba ; Colomba ; Colombo. 

Colon. Colon. 

Colon iliaque ; L'S. du colon. The 
sigmoid flexure. 

Colonalgie. Pain in the colon. 

Colonne. Columna ; Column ; Pillar. 

Colonnes chamues du coeur. Columnse 
carnese. 

Colophane. Colophony resin. [resin. 

Colophanique. I'ertaining to colophony 

Coloquinte. Colocynth ; Oolocynthia. 

Colorant, -ante. Colouring. 

Coloration. Coloration. 

Colorimetre. Colorimeter. 

Colorine. Colorin. 



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Colostration. Colostration. 

Colostrum. Colostrum. 

Colotomie. Colotomy. 

Colotyphus. Colotyphus. 

Colpeurynter. Colpeurynter. 

Colpite. Colpitis. 

Colpocele. Colpocele. 

Colpoclisie. Colpocleisis. 

Colpo - hyst^rectomie. Colpohysterec- 
tomy. [orrhaphy. 

Colpo-perineorrhaphie. Colpo-perine- 

Colpopexie. Colpopexy. 

Colpoptose. Colpoptosis. 

Colporrhagie. Colporrhagia. 

Colporrhaphie. Colporrhaphy. 

Colpost^nose. Colpostenosis. 

Colpotomie. Colpotomy. 

Columbo ; Colombo. Calumba. 

Columnaire. Columnar. 

Coma. Coma. 

Comateux, -euse. Comatose. 

Combativite. The instinct to fight, to 

Combinaison. Combination, [destroy. 

Combine, -ee. Combined. 

Comburant, -ante. Applied to a body 
that causes the combustion of bodies 
with which it combines. 
Combustibility. The property of being 
combustible. 

Combustible. Combustible. 

Combustion. Combustion. 

Comedon. Comedo. 

Comenique. Comenic. [Eatables, s.pl. 
Comestible, adj. et s. Eatable, adj. ; 
Comete. Comet. 

Cometocore. An elongated pupil the 
result of accidental or abnormal divi- 
sion of the iris. 
Comite. Committee. 
Comitiale. Maladie-. Epilepsy. 
Commemoratif, -ive. Commemorative. 
Commensalisme. The commensal state. 
Comminutif, -ive. Comminutive. 
Comminution. Comminution, 
Commission. Commission. 
Commissural, -ale. Commissural. 
Commissure. Commissure ; Commis- 

sura. 
Commotion. Commotio ; Shock ; Con- 
Commun, -une. Common. [cussion. 
Communicant, -ante. Communicating. 
Communication. Communication. , 

Commutateur. Commutator, ; 

Compacit^. Compactness. [Solid. ; 

Compact, -cte. Compact ; Dense ; 
Comparaison. Comparison ; Simile. 
Comparatif, -ive. Comparative, 
Compare, -ee. Compared. [meter. 

Compas pelvimetre. A species of pelvi- 1 



[pound. 
A com- 



[quet. 
Tourni- 



Cbmplectif, -ive. Applied to that which 
is encircling and at the same time 
Complexe. Complex. [superposed. 

Complexif, -ive. See Complectif. 
Complexion. Constitution and disposi- 
tion of a person, taken together. 
Complexite. Complexity. 
Complexus. Grand. The complexus 

muscle (trachelo-occipital). 
Complexus, Petit, The tiachelo-mas- 

toid muscle. 
Complication. Complication, 
Complique, -^e. Complicated. 
Compose, -ee. Composed, 
Compose, A compound body ; 
Compositif, -ive. Composite. 
Composition. Composition. 
Compresse. A compress. 
Compresseur. Compressor ; 
Compressibility. Compressibility. 
Compressible. Compressible. 
Compressif, -ive. Compressive. 
Compressimetre. (1) Seutin's starch 

bandage ; (2) A flat piece of metal 

under a bandage to ascertain the 

amount of compression exercised. 
Compression. Compression. 
Comprime, -ee. Compressed. 
Compte-gouttes. A drop bottle. 
Conarium. Conarium ; Pineal gland. 
Concassation. Concassation ; Conquas- 

sation. 
Concasser. To poimd ; To crush. 
Concave. Concave, 
Concavite, Concavity ; Concaveness, 
Concavo-concave, Concavo-concave ; 

Biconcave. 
Concave - convexe. Concavo - convex ; 

Periscopic. 
Concentration. Concentration. 
Concentrique. Concentric. 
Conception. Conception. 
Conchiforme ; Conchimorphe, In the 

shape of a shell. [conchus, 

Conchinien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
Conchinien, Muscle-, The concho-an- 

thelix muscle ; Obliquus auriculae. 
Conchioline. Conchiolin, 
Conchiolique. Pertaining to conchiolin. 
Concho- anthelix. The concho-anthelix 

muscle ; Obliquus auriculae. 
Concho-helix. Theconcho-helix muscle ; 

Transversus auriculae. 
Conchoidal, -ale. Conchoidal. 
Conchoide ; Conchylioide. Conchoid. 
Conchyliologie. Conchyliology, 
Concoction. Concoction, 
Concolore. Concolor. 
Concombre. Cucumber. 



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Concomitance. Concomitance, or -cy. 

Concomitant, -ante. Concomitant. 

Concret, -ete. Concrete. 

Concretion. Concretion. 

Condensability. Condensability. 

Condensable. Condensable. 

Condensant, -ante. Condensing ; 
Causing condensation. 

Condensateur, -trice, adj. Condens- 
ing : Producing condensation. 

Condensateur, .1. Condenser. 

Condensation. Condensation. 

Condense, -ee. Condensed. 

Condenser. To condense. 

CondenseuT. Condenser. 

Condiment. Condiment ; Spice. 

Condit ; Confit. Confect ; Comfit. 

Condition. Condition. 

Condom. Condom ; Cundum. 

Conducteur, -trice, adj. Conducting. 

Conducteur, s.w. ; Conductrice. n.f. 

(1) Conductor, m.. Conductress,/.; 

(2) Director ; Staff (Lithotomy). 
Conductibilite. The conducting pro- 
Conduction. Conduction. [perty. 
Conduit. Duct ; Canal ; Tube. 
Conduit aerien. The trachea. [canal. 
Conduit alimentaire. The alimentary 
Conduit guttural du t3rmpan. The 

Eustachian tube. [ducts. 

Conduits lacrymaux. The lacrymal 

Conduit parotidien. Steno's duct. 

Conduit spermatique, ou deferent. 
The vas deferens. 

Conduplique, -ee. Conduplicate. 

Condyle. Condyle. 

Condylien, -ienne. Condylar. 

Condylolde. Condyloid. 

Condyloidien, -ienne. Condylar. 

Condylome. Condyloma. 

Cone. Cone ; Conus. 

Confection. Confection. 

Configuration. Configuration. 

Confine, -ee. Confined within limits. 

Confinement. Overcrowding in hos- 
pitals, barracks, etc. 

Confirm^, -6e. Confirmed. 

Confit. Comfit ; Confect. 

Confluent, -ente, adj. Confluent. 

Confluent, s. Confluence ; Conflux. 

Confluent des sinus de la dure-mere. 
Torcular Herophili. 

Conformation. Conformation. 

Conforme. Conformable. 

Confortant, -ante ; Confortatif, -ive. 
Strengthening ; Coiroborant. 

Confrication. Onanism. 

Congelable. Congealable. 

Congelation. Congelation. 



Congenire. Congener. 

Congenital, -ale. Congenital. 

Cong^nitalite. The existence of that 
which is congenital. [congested. 

Congestibilite. The possibility of being 

Congestible. Pertaining to congestion. 

Congestif, -ive. Congestive. 

Congestion. Congestion. 

Congestionn^, -ee. Congested. 

Congestionnel, -elle. Relating to con- 

Conglobe, -^e. Conglobate. [gestion. 

Conglomere, -ee. Conglomerate. 

Conglutinant, -ante. Conglutinate ; 

Congre. Conger. [Agglutinative. 

Congres. Congress. 

Conhydrine. Conhydrin. 

Conicine. Coniin ; Conin. 

Conicite. Disposition of a part in the 
form of a cone. [conical stump. 

Conicite du moignon. Description of a 

Conicite pellucide de la comee. Trans- 
parent staphyloma. 

Conidie. Conidium. 

Coniine ; Conine. Coniin ; Conin. 

Conique. Conical. 

Conique. Pertaining to Coninm. 

Conium. Conium ; Hemlock. 

Conjonctif, -ive. Conjunctive. 

Conjonctival, -ale. Conjunctival. 

Conjonctive. Conjunctiva. 

Conjonctivite. Conjunctivitis. 

Conjugaison. Conjugation. 

Conjugation. Conjugation (Biology). 

Conjugue, -ee. Conjugate. 

Connaissance. Knowledge ; Under- 
standing. 

Conne, -ee. Connate. 

Connecteur, -trice, adj. ; Connectif, 
-ive, adj. Connective, adj. 

Connectif, ■•*. Connective, s. 

Connexion. Connection ; Affinity. 

Connivent, -ente. Connivent. 

Conoldal, -ale ; Conolde. Conoid. 

Conquassant, -ante. Conquassant. 

Conque. Concha. 

Consanguin, -iue. Consanguine ; Con- 
sanguineous. 

Consanguinity. Consanguinity. 

Conscience. Consciousness ; Cenes- 
thesis ; Conscience. 

Consecutif, -ive. Consecutive. 

Conseil. Council ; Board. 

Consensus. Consensus ; Sympathy. 

Conservateur, -trice. Conservative. 

Conservation. Preservation. 

Conserve. Conserve ; Conserva ; Con- 
fection, [sight. 

Conserves. Spectacles to improve the 

Consistance. Consistence ; Consistency. 



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Consolidant, -ante. Consolidating 

Cicatrizing. 
Consomme. Jelly broth ; Beef -tea. 
Consomptif, -ive. Consumptive ; Con 

suming. 
Consomption. Consumption. 
Consonance. Consonance ; Concord. 
Consonant, -te, adj. Consonant, adj. 
Consonne. Consonant, v. [cation 

Constatation. Declaration ; Authenti 
Constipant. Causing constipation. 
Constipation. Constipation. 
Constipe, -ee. Constipated ; Costive. 
Constituant, -ante. Constituent. 
Constitutif, -ive. Constitutive. 
Constitution. Constitution. 
Constitutionnel, -elle. Constitutional. 
Constricteur, -trice, adj. Constricting. 
Constricteur. Constrictor. 
Constriction. Constriction. 
Constructivite. Constructiveness. 
Consultant. A consultant ; A consult- 
ing physician or surgeon. 
Consultation. Consultation. 
Contabescent, -ente. Pertaining to 
marasmus : Affected with marasmus. 
Contact. Contact. 
Contage. Contagium. 
Contagieux, -ieuse. Contagious. 
Contagifuge. Preservative from con- 
Contagion. Contagion. [tagium. 
Contagionniste. Contagionist. 
Contagiosite. The quality of that 

which is transmitted by contagion. 
Contagium. Contagium. 
Contemplation. Observation. 
Contentif, -ive. Serving to keep in 
apposition the lips of a wound, the 
fragments of a broken bone, etc. ; 
Retentive. 
Contention. The artificial maintaining 
in place of an organ, of a limb, of a 
hernia, of a fractured bone, etc. 
Contenu. The contents. 
Contexture. Texture. 
Contiguite. Contiguity ; Proximity. 
Continence. Continency. 
Continent, -ente. (1) Continent; (2) 

Continuous ; Unremitting. 
Continu, -ue. Continuous ; Unbroken ; 

Unremitting. 
Continuite. Continuity. 
Contondant, -ante. Bruising ; Blunt 

(of instruments). 
Contour. Contour ; Outline. 
Conto\ime, -ee. Twisted round in the 

same direction. 
Contractile. Contractile. 
Contractility. Contractility. 



Contraction. Contraction. 

Contracture. Contracture. 

Contra-lateral, -ale. Situated on the 
opposite side, to an organ, to a 
lesion (as in a case of hemiplegia). 

Contraria ; Contrariis. Enantiosis. 

Contraste. Contrast. 

Contrayerva. Contrayerva. 

Contre-coup. Contrecoup ; Counter- 
stroke ; Repercussion. 

Contre-extension. Counter-extension. 

Contrefait, -aite. Applied to a person 
afiEeeted with kyphosis, lordosis, scoli- 
osis, etc. 

Contre-fracture. A fracture taking 
place either alone or at the same 
time as another, in a different situa- 
tion to the spot injured ; Fracture 
by contrecoup. 

Contre-indication. Counter-indication. 

Contre-ouverture. Counter-opening. 

Contre-poison. Counter-poison ; Anti- 
dote, [lant. 

Contre-stimulant, -ante. Contra-stimu- 

Contre - stimulation. The effects of 
contra-stimulus. 

Contre-stimulisme. Contra-stimulism. 

Contre-stimulus. Contra - stimulus ; 
Contro-stiinulus. 

Contus, -use. Contused. 

Contusion. Contusion. 

Convalescence. Convalescence. 

Convalescent, -ente. Convalescent. 

Convergence. Convergence. 

Convergent, -ente. Convergent. 

Convexe. Convex. 

Convolute, -ee. Convoluted. 

Convolutif, -ive. Convolute. 

Convolvuline. Convolvulin. 

Convolvulus. Convolvulus. 

Convulse, -ee. Said of a muscle when 
it is the subject of convulsive con- 
tractions. 

Convulsibility. Tendency of a muscle 
to convulsive twitchings. 

Convulsif, -ive. Convulsive. 

Convulsion. Convulsion. 

Convulsionnaire. Convulsionary ; Sub- 
ject to convulsions. 

Convulsionnant, -ante. (1) Convulsive; 
(2) Convulsivant. 

Convulsivant, -ante. Convulsivant ; 
An agent that causes convulsions. 

Coordination. Coordination. 

Copahu. Copaiba ; Balsam of copaiba ; 
Copaiva. 

Copal ; Copale. Copal ; Anime. 

Copaline. Copalin. 

Copalme. Copalm. 



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Cophose. Cophosis. 
Copragogue. Copragogue. 
Coprolalie. Coprolalia. 
Coprolithe. Coprolith. 
Coprophage. Coprophagous. 
Coprophagie. Coprophagy. 
Coprophorie. Slight diarrhoea. 
Coprosclerose. Hardening of the faeces 

in the intestine. 
Coprostasie. Coprostasia; Coprostasis. 
Coptine. Coptin. 

Copulation. Copulation ; Conjugation. 
Copule, -^e. Copulative ; Going to 

copulate. 
Copule. In anatomy, any organ uniting 
Coq. Cock. [two others. 

Coque. Shell (of eggs, nuts, etc.). 
Coquelicot. Poppy. 
Coqueluche. Whooping-cough. 
Coquelucheuz, -euse. Pertaining to 

whooping - cough ; Affected with 

whooping-cough. 
Coqueluchon. Aconitum napellus. 
Coquille. Shell (of animals). 
Cor. Corn. 
Coraco-brachial. Coraco-braohial, adj. ; 

Coraco-brachialis, s. 
Coraco - clavi - axillaire. Ligament-. 

The ligament of Gerdy or suspensory 

ligament of the axilla. 
Coraco-claviculaire. Ligament-. The 

coraco-clavicular ligament. 
Coraco-hyoldien, -ienne, adj. Coraco- 

hyoid, adj. [hyoid muscle. 

Coraco-hyoldien (Muscle). The omo- 
Coracoide, adj. et s. Coracoid, adj. ; 

The coracoid process, 6-. 
Coracoidien, -ienne. Coracoid. 
Coraco-radial, -ale. Coraco-radial. 
Coraco-radial (Muscle). The biceps. 
Corail. Coral. 
Corbeau. Raven ; Crow. 
Corde. (1) Cord ; (2) Chordee. 
Corde dorsale. The notochord. 
Cordes sonores. The semicircular mem- 
branous canals of the internal ear. 
Corde spinale. The spinal cord. 
Corde du tympan. Chorda tympani 

(nerve). 
Cordes vocales. The vocal cords. 
Cord^, -^e. In the form of a cord. 
Cordee ; Chaudepisse-. Clap with 

chordee. [Cordial, s. 

Cordial, -ale. (1) Cordial, adj. ; (2) 
Cordiforme. Having the shape of a 
Cordon. Cord. [heart. 

Cordon ombilical. Umbilical cord. 
Cordon sanitaire. Cordon round an 

infected area. 



Cordon spermatique ou testiculaire. 

The spermatic cord. 

Core. The pupil. [-cleisis. 

Cor^clise. Coreclisis ; Coroclisia or 

Corectasie. Corectasis. 

Corectomie. Corectomy ; Iridectomy. 

Corectopie. Corectopia. [sis. 

Coredialyse. Coredialysis ; Iridodialy- 

Corediastase ; Corediastole. Coredias- 

Corelysie. Corelysis. [taeis. 

Cor^morphose. Coremorphosis. 

Coreometre. Coreometer. 

Coreparelcyse. The formation of an 
artificial pupil by elongation. 

Cor^phthisie. Corephthisis. 

Coretomedialyse. Formation of an 
artificial pupil by excision of a 
portion of the iris. 

Coretomie. Coretomy. 

Coriace ; Coriac6, -ee. Coriaceous. 

Coriandre. Coriander ; Coriandrum. 

Comachine. A purgative powder com- 
posed of antimony and scammony. 

Comage. Roaring (of horses). 

Come. Horn ; Cornu. 

Come d'Ammon. Hippocampus major. 

Comes cutan^es. Horny excrescences. 

Com6, -^e. Cornual ; Corneous ; Horny. 

Corneal, -ale. Corneal. 

Comee. Cornea. 

Corneen, -^enne. Corneal. 

Com^ite. Corneitis ; Keratitis. 

Comet acoustique. Cornet ; Ear- 
trumpet. 

Comet ethmoidal, ou moyeu. The 
middle turbinated bone. 

Comet inf^rieur. The inferior turbin- 
ated bone. 

Comet sphenoidal, ou de Bertin. The 
sphenoidal spongy bone. 

Comet superieur, ou de Morgagni. 
The superior turbinated bone. 

Comichon. Gherkin. 

Cornu, -ue. Having horns. 

Comue. Retort. 

CoroUe. Corolla. 

Coronaire. Coronary. 

Coronal, -ale. Coronal. 

Coronolde. Coronoid. 

Corouoldien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
coronoid process. Coronoid. 

Corps. Body ; Substance ; Corpora, pi. 
of Corpus. 

Corpulence. Corpulency ; Corpulence. 

Corpusculaire. Corpuscular. 

Corpuscule. Corpuscle. 

Correctif, -ive. Corrective ; Correctant. 

Correlation. Correlation. 

Corroborant, -ante. Corroborant. 



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Corroboratif, -ive. Corroborative. 
Corrodant, -ante ; Corrosif, -ive. Cor- 
rosive ; Corroding. 
Corrosion. Corrosion. 
Corrugateur. Corrugator, 
Corrugation. Corrugation ; Wrinkling. 
Corset. Corset ; Stays. 
Cortex. Cortex ; Bark. 
Cortical, -ale. Cortical. 
Corticine. Corticin. 
Cortico - optique. Pertaining to the 

cortex cerebri and to the optic 

thalami. 
Cortique, -ee ; Cortiqueux, -euse. 

Having a cortex. 
Corybantisme. Corybantism. 
Coryza. Coryza. [metics, s.pl. 

Cosmetique. Cosmetic, adj. ; Cos- 
Cosmoline. Cosmolin. 
Cosso. Kousso. 
Costal, -ale. Costal. 
Costalgie. Costalgia. 
Costiforme. Having the shape of a rib. 
Costo-abdominal (Muscle). The obli- 

quus externns abdominis. 
Costo-coracoldien (Muscle). The pec- 

toralis minor. [the lower ribs. 

Costo-inferieur, -eure. Pertaining to 
Costo-pubien (Muscle). The rectus 

abdominis. [tus magnus. 

Costo-scapulaire (Muscle). The serra- 
Costo-superieur, -eure. Pertaining to 

the upper ribs. 
Costotome. Costotome. 
Costo-trachelien, -ienne. Pertaining to 

the ribs and to the cervical vertebrae. 
Costo-transversaire. Pertaining to the 

ribs and to the transverse processes 

of the dorsal vertebrae. 
Costo-vertebral, -ale. Pertaining to 

the ribs and to the bodies of the 
Costus. Costus root. [vertebrae. 

Cote. Rib. 
Cote. Side ; Flank. 
Coto. Ecorce de. Coto bark. 
Cotolne. Cotoin. 

Coton. Cotton. [Spongy. 

Cotonneux, -euse. Cottony ; Pithy ; 
Cotyle. Acetabulum ; Cotyla. [ledon. 
Cotyle, -^e. Having a cotyla or a coty- 
Cotyledon. Cotyledon. [ledon. 

Cotyledonaire. Pertaining to a coty- 
Cotyl^done, -ee. Cotyledonous. 
Cotyloide. Cotyloid. 
Cotyloidien, -ienne. Acetabular. 
Cou; Col. Neck. 

Couche. (1) Layer; Stratum ; (2) Bed. 
Couche, -ee. Lying down ; Recumbent. 
Coucher. Decubitus. 



Coucher en supination. Decubitus in 

a supine position. [prone position. 
Coucher en pronation. Decubitus in a 
Couches. Confinement ; Childbed. 
Couches optiques. Optic thalami. 
Coude. Elbow. 
Cou-de-pied. Instep. 
Couenne infiammatoire, ou pleure- 

tique. Buffy coat. [Croup. 

Couenneuse. Angine-. Diphtheria ; 
Couenneuse. Entente-. Membranous 
Couleur. Colour. [enteritis. 

Couleuvre. Adder. 

Coulisse. Groove (especially in bones). 
Couloir. Colaton'um. 
Couloirs artificiels, ou accidentels. 

Ulcers ; Sores ; Issues. 
Coulure. Abortion. 
Coumarine. Coumarin. 
Coumarique. Coumaric. 
Coup. Blow ; Stroke. [arms. 

Coup de feu. Wound caused by fire- 
Coup de fouet. Sudden rupture of the 

plantaris causing pain and difficulty 

in walking. 
Coup de sang. Apoplectic stroke. 
Coup de soleil. Sunstroke. 
Coupage. Dilutingwith water, milk, etc. 
Couperose. (1) Copperas ; (2) Acne 

rosacea. 
Couple. A couple ; A pair ; A brace. 
Coupure. A cut made with a sharp in- 
Courant. Current. [strument. 

Courant d'air. A draught (of air). 
Courbature. Indisposition characterized 

by a feeling of great fatigue in the 

limbs, by faintness and by extreme 
Courbe, -ee. Curved ; Bent, [lassitude. 
Courbure. Curve ; Curvature. 
Courge. Gourd. 

Couronne. Crown ; Corona. [ing. 

Couronnement. Crowning ; Surround 
Cours. Course ; Current. 
Cours de ventre. Diarrhoea. 
Course. Running on foot. 
Court, -rte. Short. 
Cousin. Gnat. 

Coussin ; Coussinet. Cushion ; Pad. 
Coussine ; Cousso. Kousso. 
Couteau. Knife. 
Couture. Seam ; Scar. 
Couturier. The sartorius muscle. 
Couvre-chef. Grand-. Head - bandage 

made with a folded square towel or 

piece of linen. [bandage. 

Couvre-chef. Petit-. Triangular head- 
Couveuse. Incubator. 
Cowpox. Cowpox. 
Coxagre. Coxagra. 



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Coxal, -ale. Coxal. 

Coxalgie. Coxalgia. 

Coxalgique. Coxalgie. [cace. 

Coxarthrocace ; Coxocace. Coxarthro- 

Coxo-femoral, -ale. Coxo-femoral, 

Coxopathologie. Coxalgia. 

Crabe. Crab. 

Crachat. Sputum ; Spittle. 

Crachement. Spitting ; Expectoration. 

Crachotement. Frequent slight ex- 
pectoration ; Crachotement. 

Craie. Chalk. 

Crampe. Cramp. 

Crampe des ^crivains. Writer's cramp. 

Crampe d'estomac. Gastralgia. 

Crampe de poitrine. Angina pectoris. 

Cr&ne. Skull ; Cranium. 

Cranial, -ale ; Cranien, -ienne. Cranial. 

Cra,niectomie. Craniectomy. 

Cranio-abdominal, -ale. Cranio-abdo- 
minal. 

Cranioclaste. Cranioclast. 

Craniographe. Craniograph. 

Craniologie. Craniology ; Phrenology. 

Craniometre. Craniometer. 

Craniom^trie. Craniometry. 

Cranioscopie. Cranioscopy ; Phrenology. 

Craniostyle. The cartilage of the sep- 
tum nasi (Albrecht). 

Craniotabes. Craniotabes. 

Cranio -thoracique. Cranio-thoracic. 

CrS.niotome. Craniotome, 

Craniotomie. Craniotomy. 

Crapaud. Toad. 

Craquement. Crackling bruit or rale, 

Crase. Crasis ; Constitution. 

Crasiologie. Description of individual 
constitutions. 

Crasique. Relating to a crasis. 

Crassamentum. Crassamentum ; Clot. 

Crat^riforme. Crateriform. 

Cravate. A kind of triangular bandage. 

Crayeux, -euse. Cretaceous ; Chalky. 

Crayon. Pencil ; Stick (generally of 
nitrate of silver, etc.). [sotum. 

Cr^asote. Creosote ; Creasote ; Crea- 

Creatine. Creatin. 

Creatinine. Creatinin. 

Creche. Infant shelter or asylum. 

Cr^mason. Pyrosis. 

Cr^master, Cremaster. 

Cremation. Cremation. 

Creme. Cream. 

Cr^ment. The part of the food which 
is absorbed into the economy. 

Cr^meux, -euse. Resembling cream. 

Cremometre. Creamometer. 

Cremor. Cremor. 

Cr^nate. Crenate ; A salt of crenic acid. 



Crenate, -^e. Csntaining crenates. 
Cren^, -^e ; Cr^nele, -ee. Crenate ; 

Crenated. 
Crenelure. Indentation ; Crenature. 
Crenique. Crenic. 
Crenule, -^e. Crenate ; Crenated. 
Creographie. Anatomical description 

of soft parts. 
Cr^ophage ; Cr^ophile. Carnivorous. 
Creosol. Creosol. 
Creosote. Creosote ; Creasote. 
Crepitant, -ante. Crepitant. 
Crepitation. Crepitation. 
Crepitus. Crepitus. 
Cr^pu, -ue. Crisp. 
Crepusculaire. Crepuscular. 
Cr^sol; Acide cr^sylique. Cresol; Cre- 
Cresson. Cress. [sylic acid. 

Cr^tace, -ee. Cretaceous. 
CrAte. Crest ; Ridge. 
Crates de coq. Warts. 
Cr^te de I'os ethmo'ide ; Apophyse 

cristagalli. The crista galli. [tion. 
Cr^tification. Cretefaction ; Calcifica- 
Cretin. Cretin. [tinism. 

Cretineux, -euse. Pertaining to cre- 
Cr^tiniforme ; Cr^tinique. Cretinoid. 
Cr^tinisme. Cretinism. 
Creuset. Crucible. 
Creux, .s. Hollow ; Cavity ; Pit. 
Creux de Taisselle. The arm-pit. 
Creux de restomac. The pit of the 

stomach. [hand. 

Creux de la main. The hollow of the 
Creux poplite. The popliteal space. 
Crevasse. Crevice; Crack; Gap; 

Break in the skin. 
Crevette. Prawn. 

Cri. Cry ; Scream. [Shrill. 

Criard, -de. Crying ; Discordant ; 
Cribie, -^e ; Cribleux, -euse. Riddled 

like a sieve ; Cribrose. 
Cribration. Cribration. 
Cribreux, -euse. See Cribleux. 
Cribriforme. Cribriform. [tenoid. 

Crico-arytenoldien, -ienne. Crico-ary- 
Cricolde, adj. et s. Cricoid, adj. and s. 
Crico-pharyngien, -ienne. Crico- 

pharyngeal. [roid, axij. and n. 

Crico-thyreoldien, -ienne. Crico-thy- 
Crime. Crime. 

Criminality. Criminalness. [and .s. 

Criminel, -elle, adj. et s. Criminal, adj. 
Crin. Horsehair. 
Criniere. Mane. 

Crinon. Crino, -fiiuj., Crinones, pi, 
Crise. Crisis. 

Crispation. Crispation ; Thrilling sensa- 
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Crista-galli. Crista-galli. 

Cristal. Crystal. 

Cristal h^matique, ou d'hsematine. 

Hsematoidin. 
Cristal d'hsemine. Hsemato-crystallin ; 

Haemoglobin. 
Oristal de lune. Nitrate of silver. 
Cristal mineral. Saltpeter. 
Cristal du sang. Haemoglobin. 
Cristal de tartre. Acid tartrate of 

potassium. 
Cristal de Venus. Acetate of copper. 
Cristallin, -ine. Crystalline, adj. 
Cristallin. The crystalline lens. 
Cristalline, s. A species of herpes of 

the glans penis, vulva, etc. ; Crys- 
Cristallinite. Fhakitis. [tallina. 

Cristallinien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 

crystalline lens. 
Cristallisable. Crystallizable. [-sation. 
Cristallisation. Crystallization, or 
Cristallise, -ee. Crystallized. [tals. 
Cristallogenie. The formation of crys- 
Cristallographie. Crystallography. 
Cristallographique. Crystallographic. 
Cristalloide. Crystalloid, adj. ; The 

capsule of the crystalline lens, s. 
Cristalloidite. A supposed inflammation 

of the capsule of the crystalline lens. 
Critique. Critical. 
Crochet. (1) Hook ; Crotchet; (2) The 

hamular process of the cochlea. 
Crochet de I'aile interne de Tapophyse 

pterygoide. The hamular process of 

the sphenoid. 
Crochu, -ue. Crooked ; Hooked. 
Crochu. Os-. The unciform bone. 
Crocine. Crocin. 
Crocus. Crocus ; Saffron. 
Croise, -ee. Crossed ; Crucial. 
Croises. Ligaments-. The crucial liga- 
ments of the knee. 
Croisement. Cross-breeding. 
Croissance. Growth. 
Croix. Apparatus in the shape of a cross 

for fracture of the clavicle (Heister). 
Croix de Malte. Compress in the form 
Crotale. Crotalus. [of a cross. 

Crotaphite. The Temporal muscle. 
Croton. Croton. 
Crotonol. Crotonol. 
Croup. Croup. 
Croupal, -ale. Croupous. 
Croupe. Croup (of a horse). 
Croupeux, -euse ; Croupien, -ienne. 

Croupous. 
Croupion. Rump. 

Croute. Crust ; Scab. [Scabbed. 

Crouteux, euse. Crusted ; Scabby ; 



Cm, -ue. Raw ; Uncooked ; Not 
Crucial, -ale. Crucial. [softened. 

Cruciforme. Cruciform. 
Crudite. Crudity ; Crudeness. 
Cruentation. Peculiar phenomenon of 
oozing of blood from the wounds of a 
dead body (Robin). 
Cruentine. Cruentin. [blood. 

Cruor. A colouring material of the 
Cruorine. Cruorin. 
Crural, -ale. Crural. 
Crusta. Crusta. 
Crustace, -ee. Crustaceous. 
Crymodynie. Chronic rheumatism. 
Crymose. Disease due to cold. 
Cryphthelminte. Entozoal infusoria. 
Crypsorchis. Cryptorchis ; Cryptorchid. 
Crypte. Crypt ; Crypta. 
Cryptidine. Cryptidin. 
Cryptoc^phale. Cryptocephalus. 
Cryptodidyme. Cryptodidymus. 
Cryptogame. Cryptogam, s. ; Crypto- 

gamous, adj, 
Cryptogamie, Cryptogamia. 
Cryptolithe. Cryptolith. 
Cryptophanique. Cryptophanic. 
Cryptorchide. Cryptorchid, or -chis. 
Cryptorchidie ; Cryptorchidisme ; 

Cryptorchisme. Cryptorchidism ; 

Cryptorchism. 
Crystalline. Crystallin. 
Crystalloide. Crystalloid. 
Ctenoide. Ctenoid. 
Cube. Cube. 

Cubebe. Cubeb ; Cubeba. 
Cubebene. Cubebene. 
Cubebine. Cubebin. 
Cubique. Cubic. [Ulna, s. 

Cubital, -ale. Cubital ; Ulnar, oaIj. ; 
Cubito-carpien (Muscle). The Flexor 

carpi ulnaris. 
Cubito-cutane (Nerf). The internal 

cutaneous nerve (arm). 
Cubito-digital, -ale. Pertaining to the 

ulna, to the ulnar nerve, and to the 

fingers. 
Cubito - metacarpien, -ienne. Ulno- 

metacarpal. 
Cubito-palmaire (Artere). The com- 
municating branch of the ulnar artery 

in the palm. 
Cubito-phalangien, -ienne. Pertaining 

to the ulna and to the phalanges. 
Cubito-radial, -ale. Radio-ulnar. 
Cubito-sus-metacarpien (Muscle). The 

Extensor carpi ulnaris. 
Cubito - sus - metacarpien du pouce 

(Muscle). Extensor ossis metacarpi 

poUicis. 



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Cubito - SUB - palmaire (Artere). The 

posterior carpal branch of the ulnar 

artery. 
Cubito-phalangettien (Muscle). The 

Flexor profundus digitorum (arm). 
Cubito - sus - phalangettien (Muscle). 

The Extensor secundi internodii pol- 

licis ; Also the extensor indicis. 
Cubito-sus-phalangien. Extensor primi 

internodii poUicis. 
Cubitus. Cubitus ; Ulna. 
Cuboide. Cuboid. 

CucuUe, -ee ; CucuUaire. CucuUate. 
CucuUaire (Muscle). The Trapezius 

muscle. 
CucuUiforme. CucuUate ; Hooded. 
Cucurbite. Cucurbit. 
Cuichunchilli. Cuichunchilli. 
Cuiller ; Cuillere. Spoon. 
Cuilleree. Spoonful. 
Cuilleron. Small spoon. 
Cuir. Leather. 
Cuir chevelu. The scalp. 
Cuirasse. An immovable bandage for 

the front of the chest ; Cuirass. 
Cuisant, -ante. Burning ; Smarting ; 

Violent (as applied to pain). 
Cuisine. Kitchen. 

Cuissart. An apparatus to fix an arti- 
ficial limb to the stump after amputa- 
Cuisse. Thigh. [tion of the thigh. 

Cuisson. A smarting pain. 
Cuit, -ite. Cooked, [oxide with a base. 
Cuivrate. A combination of cupric 
Cuivre. Copper. 
Cuivre, -ee. Copper-coloured. 
Cuivreux, -euse. Cupreous ; Coppery. 
Cuivrique. Cupric. [the trephine. 

Culasse du trypan. The centre piece of 
Culbute. Fall ; Somerset ; Somersault. 
Cul-de-poule. The orifice of a fistula 

having everted edges. 
Cul-de-sac. Cul-de-sac. 
Culot. (1) Youngest of a family, of a 

brood ; (2) Bottom (in a crucible). 
Cultellaire. In the shape of a knife. 
Culture. Culture. 
Cumene. Cumene. 
Cumidine. Cumidin, 
Cumin. Cumin. 
Cuminique. Cumic. 
Cuminol. Cuminol. 
Cumulus. Cumulus. 
Cun6en, -enne. Cuneate ; Pertaining 

to the cuneiform bones. 
Cuneiforme. Cuneiform. 
Cun^o-cubo'idien, -ienne. Pertaining 

to the cuneiform bones and to the 

cuboid. 



Cun4o-scapholdien, -ienne. Pertaining 
to the cuneiform bones and to the 
scaphoid . 

Cuneus (Le coin). Cuneus. See Coin. 

Cuprate. Combination of a cupric 
compound with a base. 

Cuprea. Cuprea bark, 

Cuprique ; Cuivrique. Cupric. 

Cupule. Cupnle. 

Curability. Curableness. 

Curable. Curable. 

Curage. Curetting ; Curettage ; Scrap- 
ing (a cavity of an abscess, etc.). 

Curare. Curara ; Curare ; Woorara. 

Curarine. Curarin. [or -sation. 

Curarisme. Curarism ; Curarization, 

Curatif, -ive. Curative. 

Curation. Curatio ; Curing. 

Curcuma. Curcuma. 

Curcumine. Curcumin. 

Cure. Cure. 

Cure-dent. Toothpick. 

Cure-oreille. Ear-spoon. 

Curette. Curette ; Curet. 

Curvateur, -trice. Having a curve. 

Curvateur du coccyx (Muscle). The 
Coccygeus muscle. 

Curvatif, -ive. Slightly curved. 

Cusconine. Cusconin. 

Cuspid^, -^e. Cuspidate. 

Cusso. Cusso ; Kousso. [skin. 

Cutambule. Living on or under the 

Cutan^, -6e. Cutaneous. 

Cuticole. Living in or under the skin. 

Cuticule. Cuticle. 

Cutig^ral, -ale. Receiving a cutaneous 
investment. 

Cutinise, -^e. That has undergone cuti- 

Cutisation. Cutisation. [sation. 

Cutite. Inflammation of the skin ; 
Dermatitis. 

Cuve. A kind of tub or bath. 

Cyanamide. Cyanamid. 

Cyanate. Cyanate. 

Cyane. Cyanogen. 

Cyanephidrose. Cyanephidrosis ; Cyan- 
hydrosis ; Cyanidrosis. 

Cyaneux, -euse. Cyanic. 

Cyanhydrate. Cyanide ; Cyanid. 

Cyanhydrate. Acide-. Hydrocyanic 
acid ; Prussic acid. 

Cyanide. Cyanide. 

Cyanine. Cyanin. 

Cyanique. Cyanic. [Cyanosis. 

Cyanodermie. Cyanoderma, or -mia ; 

Cyanogene. Cyanogen. 

Cyanol. Anilin. 

Cyanopathie. Cyanopathy ; Cyanosis. 

Cyanose. Cyanosis. 



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Cyanose, -^e. Cyanoaed. 

Cyanotique. Cyanotic. 

Cyanure. Cyanide ; Cyanuret. 

Cyanurenique. Cyannric. 

Cyanurine. Cyanurin. 

Cyanurinique ; Cyanurique. Cyanuric. 

Cyathe. Cupule. 

Cyathiforme. Cyathiform. 

Cycle. Cycle. 

Cyclique. Cyclic. 

Cyclite. Cyclitis. 

Cyclocephale. Cyclocephalus. 

Cycloide. Cycloid. 

Cyclopie. Cyclopia ; Synophthalmia. 

Cyclops. Cyclops. 

Cyclose. Cyclosis. 

Cyclotome. Cyclotome. 

Cydonium. Cydonium. 

Cygne. Swan. [cylindric. 

Cylindracd, -ee. Cylindric ; Almost 

Cylinder-axis ; Cylindraxe ; Cylindre- 
axe. Axis-cylinder. 

Cylindre. Cylinder. 

Cylindre urinaire. Renal or urinary 
cast (Bright's disease). 

Cylindrique. Cylindrical ; Cylindric. 

Cylindrocephalie. Cylindrocephaly. 

Cylindroide. Cylindric ; Almost cylin- 
dric. [droma. 

Cylindroma {mauvais mot). Cylin- 

Cylindrose. Cylindrosis. 

Cyllosome. Cyllosoma. 

Csonbiforme. Cymbiform. 

Cymbocephalie. Cymbocephaly. 

Cyme. Cyme. 

Cymene. Cymene. 

Cymocephalie. Cymbocephaly. 

Cymographe. Kymographion. 

Cymol. Cymene. 

Cynanche ; Cynancie. Cynanche. 

Cynanthropie. Cynanthropia. 

Cynabin ; Cynarine. Cnicin. 

Cynique. Cynic ; Dog-like. 

Cynocephale. Cynocephalus, s. ; Cyno- 
ceplialous, adj. [tongue. 

Cynoglosse. Cynoglossum ; Hound's- 

Cynorexie. Cynorexia. 

Cynorrhodon. Eglantine ; Sweet-briar. 

Cynurenique. Cynurenic. 

Cynurine. Cynurin. 

Cyopine. Cyopin. 

Cyphose. Cyphosis ; Kyphosis. 

Cyphotique. Kyphotic. 

Cyrtometre. Cyrtometer. 

Cystalgie. Cystalgia. 

Cystectasie. Cystectasia. 

Cystencephale. Cystencephalus. 

Cysthepatique. Pertaining both to the 
liver and to the gall-bladder. 



Cysticerque. Cysticercus. 
Cysticule. Small pouch ; Vesicle. 
Cystide. Cystid. 
Cystine. Cystin ; Cystine. 
Cystineux, -euse. Pertaining to cystine. 
Cystinurie. Cystinuria. 
Cystipathie. Cystipathy. 
Cystiplastie. Autoplasty of the bladder; 

Cystoplasty. 
Cystique. Cystic. 
Cystirrhagie. Vesical haemorrhage ; 

Cystohemorrhagia. 
Cystirrhaphie. Suture of the bladder. 
Cystirrh^e. Cystirrhea, or -oea. 
Cystite. Cystitis. 

Cystitome. Cystitome ; Cystotome. 
Cystitomie. Cystotomy. 
Cysto-bubonocele. Cystobubonocele. 
Cystocele. Cystocele. 
Cystocope. Cystocope. 
Cystodynie. Cystodynia. [cele. 

Cystoent^rocele. Cystocele with entero- 
Cystoepiplocele. Cystocele with epiplo- 

cele. 
Cystoentero-^piplocele. Cystocele with 

entero-epiplocele. [congestion. 

Cystohemie. Cystohemorrhagia ;Vesical 
Cystoide. (1) Cestoid ; (2) Full of cysts 

(tumour). 
Cystolipome. Cystolipoma. 
Cystolithe. Cystolith. 
Cystolithique. Cystolithic. 
Cystomerocele. Cystomerocele ; Hernia 

of the bladder through the femoral 
Cystoplastie. Cystoplasty. [ring. 

Cystoplegie. Cystoplegia. 
Cystoptose. Cystoptosis. 
Cystopyique. Pertaining to suppuration 

of the bladder or of the urinary 

passages. 
Cystorrhagie. Cystorrhagia ; Cysto- 

hsemorrhagia ; Hsematuria. 
Cystorrhaphie. Suture of the bladder. 
Cystosarcome. (1) Vesical sarcoma ; 

(2) Cystosarcoma. 
Cystospasme. Cystospasm, or -mus. 
Cystospastique. Cystospastic. 
Cystosteatome. Encysted steatoma. 
Cystothrombolde. Depending on clots 

retained in the bladder. 
Cystotome. Cystotome. 
Cystotomie. Cystotomy ; Lithotomy. 
Cystotomique. Pertaining to cystotomy. 
C3rtoblaste. Cytoblast. 
Cy^iOblasteme. Cytoblastema. 
Cytodierese. Cytodieresis. [dieresis. 
Cytodieretique. Pertaining to cyto- 
Cytogene ; Cytogenetique. Cytogenous ; 

Cytogenic. 

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Cytog^nie. Cytogeny ; Cytogenesis. 
Cytolde. Cytoid. 

Cytologie. Cytology. [plasm. 

C3/i)oplasme. Cytoplasm, or -ma ; Proto- 
C3rtozoaire. Cytozoon. 

Dacryadenalgie. Dacryadenalgia. 
Dacryadenite. Dacryadenitis. 
Dacryagogue. Dacryagogue. 
Dacryelcose. Dacryelcosis. 
Dacryo-adenite. Dacryadenitis. 
Dacryocystite. Dacryocystitis. 
Dacryocystoblennorrhee. A mucous 

discharge from the lacrymal sac. 
Dacryocystoptose. Dacryocystoptosis. 
Dacryohemorrhagie. Dacryhemorrhy- 

sis ; Dacryohemorrhea, or -cea. 
Dacryoide. Dacryoid. 
Dacryolithe. Dacryolith. 
Dacryolithiase. Dacryolithiasis. 
Dacryome. Daeryoma. 
Dacryon. Dacryon. 
Dacryonome. An ulcer of the lacrymal 

ducts. 
Dacryope, -ee. Causing the secretion 
Dacryops. Dacryops. [of tears. 

Dacryoptose. Dacryoptosis. 
Dacryopyose. Dacryopyorrhea, or -cea. 
Dacryorrhee. Dacryorrhea, or -cea. 
Dacryostagme. Epiphora. 
Dactyle, -^e. Dactylate. 
Dactylion. Dactylion ; Syndactylism ; 

Webbed fingers. 
Dactylite. Dactylitis. 
Dactyloide. Dactyloid. 
Dahlia. Dahlia. 
Dahline. Inulin. 

Daim, m. ; Daine, /. Deer. [tonism. 
Daltonien, -ienne. Pertaining to Dal- 
Daltonisme. Daltonism. 
Damalique. Damalic. 
Damalurique. Damaluric. 
Damiana. Damiana. 
Dammar, ou -ra. Dammar. 
Danse de St. Guy, ou de St. Wjrt, ou 

convulsive. St. Vitus's dance ; Chorea. 
Daphn^. Daphne. 
Daphn^tine. Daphnetin. 
Daphnine ; Dapbneine. Daphnin. 
Dard. Sting of insects. 
Darteux, -euse ; Dartolde ; Dartoique. 

Dartoid ; Dartoic. 
Dartos. Dartos. 
Dartre. Skin disease ; Eruptions on 

the skin ; Herpes, etc. (A term used 

in rather an indefinite way.) 
Dartreux, -euse. Dartrous. 
Darwinisme. Darwinism. 
Datiscine. Datiscin. 



Datte. Date (fruit). 

Datura. Datura. 

Daturine. Daturin ; Atropin, or -ne. 

Davier. Tooth-forceps. 

Daxine. Glairin. 

Dealbation. The act of rendering white. 

Deambulation. The walk of bipeds 
generally. 

Debander. To remove a bandage. 

Debile. Weak ; Weakly ; Feeble. 

D^bilitant, -ante. Debilitating ; Weak- 
ening ; Debilitant. 

Debilitation. The employment of de- 
bilitating drugs. 

Debilite. Debility. 

Deboltement. Dislocation. 

Debord ; D^bordemeut. Overflowing ; 
Excessive evacuation. [adhesions. 

Debridement. Division of bands or 

Debris cadaveriques. The dead bodies 
of animals. [Debris. 

Debris osseux. Splinters of bone ; 

Dec. Abbreviation for Decoction. 

D^calvant, -ante. Decalvant ; Depila- 

Decantation. Decantation. [tory. 

Decapitation. Decapitation. 

Deces. Decease ; Demise ; Death. 

Dechappellement. Removal with strong 
forceps of the crown of a tooth, 
leaving the root. 

Decharge. Discharge ; Release (spe- 
cially applied to electricity and to 
nervous force). [ciated. 

Dechame, -ee. Eleshless ; Lean ; Ema- 

Dechausse, -ee. Said of the root of a 
tooth from which the gum has re- 
ceded. 

Dechaussement. (1) The state of the 
root of a tooth from which the gum 
has receded ; (2) Act of detaching 
the gum from the root of a tooth. 

Dechaussoir. Instrument for (2) of 
preceding word. 

Dechet. Loss ; Waste (applied to meat). 

Dechir^, -^e. Lacerated ; Torn. 

Dechirement ; Dechirure. Laceration ; 
Tearing ; Rent. 

D^cidence. Collapse ; Falling. 

Decidu, -ue. Deciduous. 

D^cimane. Occurring every tenth day. 

Declaration. Notification. 

Declin. Decline {not consumption) ; 
Ending ; Termination. 

Declinaison. Declination. 

Decline, -^e. Declinate. 

Declive. Inclined. Said also of the 
lowest part of a wound or of an 
abscess. 

Decocte, s. The product of a decoction. 



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Decoction. Decoction. 

D^coctum. Decoctum. [tion. 

Decollation. Decollation ; Decapita- 

D^coUement. Separating or freeing 
from adhesions ; Detachment. 

D^coUement de I'lris. Iridodialysis. 

D^collement du placenta. (1) Partial 
separation of a part of the placenta ; 
(2) Detachment of the placenta. 

D^coUement de la ratine. Detachment 
of the retina. [colourizing. 

Decolorant, -ante. Discolouring ; De- 

D^coloration. Discoloration ; De- 
coloration. 

Decombant, -ante. Decumbent. 

Decombustion. Deoxidation, 

Decomposable. Capable of being de- 
composed. 

Decompose, -^e. Decomposed. 

Decomposition. Decomposition. 

Decompression. Diminution or cessa- 
tion of atmospheric or gaseous com- 
pression. 

Decortication. Decortication. 

Decours. Decrease ; Wane ; Decline 
of a disease. 

Decouvert, -rte. Uncovered. 

Decrepit, -ite. Decrepit. 

Decrepitation. Decrepitation. 

Decrepitude. Decrepitude. 

Decretoire. Critical. 

Decroissance. Diminution ; Decrease. 

Decroissement. (1) Decrease; (2) A 
mode of crystallization. 

Decubitus. Decubitus. 

Decupellation. Decantation. 

Decurrence. The decurrent state. 

Decurrent, -ente. Decurrent. 

Decussation. Decussation. 

Decussoire. Decussorium. 

Dedaigneux. Muscle-. The External 
rectus muscle of the eye. 

Dedolant, -ante. Prod<ucing dedolation. 

Dedolation. Dedolation. 

Dedoublement. Deduplication. 

Deduction. Deduction. 

Deduplication. Deduplication. 

Defaillance. Swoon ; The first phase 
of syncope. 

Defaillance d'estomac. Pain in the 
stomach leading to general weakness 
followed by syncope. 

Defaut. Defect. 

Defecation. Defecation ; Defaecation. 

Defenseur. Guard of an instrument. 

Defensif, -ive. Protective (plaster or 
bandage). 

Oefequer. (1) To defecate ; (2) To 
strain a liquid (Chemistry). 



Deferent, -ente. Deferent. 
Deferentiel, -elle. Pertaining to the 

vas deferens. 
Defervescence. Defervescence. 

Defibrine, -ee. Defibrinated. 

Defini, -ie. Definite. 

Definition. Definition. 

Deflagrateur. Apparatus producing de- 
flagration. 

Deflagration. Deflagration. 

Deflechi, -ie. Deflex ; Bent down. 

Deflegmation. Second distillation of a 
liquid. 

Deflexion. Deflection ; Deviation ; 
Bringing into its normal position the 
head of the foetus in some cases of 
face presentation. 

Defloration. Defloration. 

Defluxion. Defluxion. 

Defoliation. The falling of the leaves. 

Deformation. Deformation. 

Defrichement. Grubbing up (woods, 
plantations, etc.). 

Degagement. (1) Separation of gases ; 
(2) The freeing or birth of the head 
of the foetus from the vulva during 
the fourth stage of parturition. 

Degeneration, Degenerescence. De- 
generation. 

Degenere, -ee. Degenerated. 

Deglutition. Deglutition. 

Degonflement. (1) Subsiding ; Col- 
lapsing (of a tumour or swelling) ; 
(2) Expulsion of gases or air from a 
cavity with elastic walls. 

Degorgement. The freeing from en- 
gorgement or from congestion. 

Degourdi, -ie. (1) Tepid (liquids) ; (2) 
Quick ; Shrewd. [or of an organ). 

Degourdissement. Reviving (of a part 

Degout. Disgust ; Dislike ; Loathing ; 

Degradation. Degradation. [Distaste. 

Degre. Degree. 

Degustation. Tasting. 

Dehiscence. Dehiscence. 

Dehiscent, -ente. Dehiscent. 

Dejection. Dejection. 

Deiabrement. Bad state of a wound or 
of the health ; Tearing apart of 
structures in bullet wounds. 

Deiabrement de I'estomac. Sensation 
of emptiness, accompanied by dis- 
taste for food. 

oeiayant, -ante. Diluent. 

Deietere. Deleterious. 

Deligation. Deligation. 

Delimiter. To assign a limit or an in- 
dividual character to a region, to a 
disease, etc. 



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Deliquescence. Deliquescence. 

Deliquescent, -ente. Deliquescent. 

Deliquium. The state of a body which 
has undergone deliquescence. 

Deiirant, -ante. Delirious ; A delirious 

Deiire. Delirium. [person. 

Delirium tremens. Delirium tremens. 

Delitescence. (1) Delitescence ; (2) 
State of a crystal or of another body 
that has lost its water. 

Delivrance. (1) Delivery (Obstetrics) ; 
(2) Expulsion of the foetal adnexa. 

Delivre. After-birth. [phinin. 

Delphine, Delphiuine. Delphin ; Del- 
Delphinium. Delphinium, 

Delphisine. Delphisin. 

Deltoide, adj. et s. Deltoid, adj. and s. 

Deltoidien, -ienne, adj. Deltoid, adj. 

Deltoidite. Inflammation of the deltoid 

Demangeaison. Itching. [muscle. 

Demence. Dementia ; Insanity. 

Dement, -ente. Demented ; Insane ; 
Pertaining to dementia. [joint. 

Demettre. To dislocate ; To put out of 

Demi-aponevrotique. Semi-membran- 
ous, adj. ; Semi-membranosus, s. 
(Muscle). 

Demi-azygos. The smaller azygos vein. 

Demi-bain. Half-bath ; Sitz-bath. 

Demi-circulaire. Semicircular. 

Demi-corps. A species of truss. 

Demi - epineux. Semi - spinous, adj. ; 
Seraispinalis, .s'. (Muscle). 

Demi - interrosseux, -euse. Opponens 
poUicis (Muscle) ; Pertaining to it 
{adj.). 

Demi-membraneux, -euse. Semi-mem- 
branous, adj. ; Semi-membranosus, s. 

Demi-metal. Semi-metal. [(Muscle). 

Demi-monstruosite. Demimonstrosity. 

Demi-nerveux, -euse. Semitendinous, 
adj. ; Semitendinosus, h. (Muscle). 

Demi-orbiculaire. Name given to each 
of the semicircular planes of the orbi- 
cularis oris (Winslow). 

Demi-quarte. Double quartan fever. 

Demis, -ise. Dislocated. 

Demi-tendineux, -euse. Semitendinous, 
adj. ; Semitendinosus, s. (Muscle). 

Demi-tierce. Double tertian fever. 

Demi-transparence. Semi-transparency. 

Demi -transparent, -ente. Semitrans- 

Demodex. Demodex. [parent. 

Demographie. Demography. 

Demonolatrie. Demonolatry. 

Demonomanie. Demonomania. 

Demonopathie. Demonopathy. 

Demonstration. Demonstration. 

Demutisatiou. Demutization, or -sation. 



Dendrite. Dendritis. 

Deudritique. Dendritic, 

Dendrocele. Dendrocelus. 

Dendroide. Dendroid. 

Dendrologie. The description of trees. 

Dengue. Dengue. 

Dense. Thick ; Dense. 

Densimetre. Any instrument for mea- 
suring the density of solids or of 
liquids, 

Densite, Density ; Compactness, 

Dent. Tooth, 

Dentaire. Dental. 

Dente, -ee. Denticulate, or -ated. 

Dentelaire. Lead-wort. [Notched. 

Dentele, -ee. Denticulate, or -ated ; 

Dentelure. Small indentations of a 
leaf, etc., causing denticulation. 

Denticide. Leaving indentations when 

Denticulation. Denticulation. [broken. 

Denticule. See Dentelure. [tions. 

Denticuie, -ee. Having small indenta- 

Dentier. Set of teeth ; Dentier. 

Dentification. Dentification. 

Dentiforme, Dentiform. 

Dentifrice. Dentifrice. 

Dentinaire. Dentinal. 

Dentine. Dentine. 

Dentiphone. Dentiphone. 

Dentiste. Dentist. 

Dentition. Dentition ; Teething. 

Dento-lingual, -ale. Pertaining to the 
teeth and to the tongue or to the 
lingual nerve. 

Denture. Denture ; Set of teeth. 

Denudation. Denudation. 

Denude, -ee. Denuded. 

Denutrition. Denutrition. 

Oeontologie. Deontology. 

Depart. Parting (metals). 

Depense. Expenditure (of strength, etc.). 

Deperdition. Loss ; Waste ; Discharge. 

Deperissement. Wasting away ; Decay ; 
Decaying. 

Dephlegmatiou. Dephlegmation ; 
Second concentration. 

Dephlogistique, -ee. Dephlogisticated. 

Depilation. Depilation. 

Depilatoire. Depilatory. [tion. 

Deplacement. Displacement ; Disloca- 

Depietif, -ive. Depletive ; Depletory. 

Depletion. Depletion. 

Depopulation. Depopulation. 

Deposition. Deposition. 

Depot. Deposit ; Sediment. 

Depourvu, -ue. Wanting in ; Unpro- 
vided with. 

Depravation. Depravation. \odj- 

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Depressible. Compressible (pulse) ; 
Easily depressed. 

Depressif, -ive. Depressing. 

Depression, Depression. 

Depressoir. Depressor, 

Deprime, -ee. Depressed ; Pressed down. 

Depuratif, -ive. Depurative ; Depura- 
tory ; Depurant. [of depuratives. 

Depuration. Depuration ; The action 

Depuratoire. Depuratory. 

Deradelphe. Deradelphus, 

Deraisonnement. Folly; Madness 
(generally with a fixed idea). 

Derangement. Disturbance ; Disorder. 

Derangement d'intestin. Lientery ; 
Dian'hoea. 

Derate, -ee. Deprived of the spleen. 

Derencephale. Derencephalous, adj. ; 
Derencephalus, s. 

D^rencephalie. Derencephalia. 

Derivatif, -ive. Derivative ; Revulsive. 

Derivation. Derivation. 

Derive, -ee. Derived. 

Dermalgie. Dermalgia ; Dermatalgia. 

Dermanysse. Dennanyssus. 

Dermatalgie. Dermatalgia, 

Dermataneurie. Cutaneous analgesia. 

Dermathemie. Sanguineous congestion 

Dermatite. Dermatitis. [of the skin. 

Dermatodynie. Dermatalgia. 

Dermatogene. Dermatogen. 

Dermatographie. Dermatography. 

Dermatoide. Dermatoid. 

Dermatologie. Dermatology, 

Dermatolysie. Dermatolysis, 

Dermatomyome. Dermatomyoma, 

Dermatopathie. Dermatopathy. 

Dermatorrhagie. Cutaneous haemor- 
rhage ; Hematidrosis ; Hsematidrosis. 

Dermatorrhee. Dermatorrhea, or -oea. 

Dermatosclerose. Dermatosclerosis ; 
Scleroderma. 

Dermatose. Dermatosis. 

Dermatosquelette. The cutaneous 
skeleton ; Dermoskeleton. 

Dermatotomie. Dermatotomy. 

Derme. Derma ; Cutis. 

Dermien, -ienne ; Dermique. Dermic. 

Dermite. Dermatitis. 

Dermocyme. Dermocyma. 

Dermohemie. See Dermathemie. 

Dermoide ; Dermo'ique. Dermoid ; Der- 
matoid. 

Dermologie. Dermology ; Dermatology. 

Dermoph3rte. Dermatophyte. 

Dermosquelette. Dermoskeleton. 

Derodyme. Derodidymus. [sexes). 

Desaccouplement. Uncoupling (of the 

Desagregation. Disaggregation. 



Desarterialisation. The passing of the 
blood to the venous state. 

D^sarticulateur, -trice. Disarticula- 
ting ; Used to disarticulate. 

Desarticulation. Disarticulation. 

Desassimilateur, -trice. Causing di-s- 
assimilation. 

Desassimilation. Disassimilation. 

Descemetite. Descemetitis. 

Descendant, -ante. Descending, adj. ; 
Descendant, s. 

Descente. Descent ; Hernia (in the 
word's general meaning). 

Descriptif, -ive. Descriptive. 

Desenflure. Diminution ; Ceasing ; 
Going down (of a swelling). 

Deshydratation. Dehydration. 

Deshydrate, -ee. That has undergone 
dehydration. 

Deshydrogenation. The removal of 
hydrogen from a chemical compound. 

Deshydrogen^, -6e. That has had its 
hydrogen removed. 

Desinfectant, -ante. Disinfecting, adj. ; 
Disinfectant, s. 

Disinfection. Disinfection. 

Desir. Desire. [or extension. 

Desmectasie. Ligamentous distension, 

Desmeux, -euse. Ligamentous. 

Desmite. Desmitis. 

Desmobacterie. Desmobacterium. 

Desmodynie. Desmodynia. 

Desmographie. Desmography. 

Desmologie. Treatise on ligaments, or 
on bandages. 

Desmopathie. Desmopathy. 

Desmophlogose. Inflammation of the 
ligaments ; Desmophlogosis. 

Desmoprion. Chain-saw. 

Desmorrhexie. Tearing of the liga- 
ments ; Desmorrhexis. 

Desmotomie. Desmotomy. 

Desmurgie. The application of bandages 
or of ligatures. [obstruent. 

Desobstruant, -ante. Aperient ; De- 

D^sobstruction. The effect and action 
of a deobstruent. 

Desodorise, -^e. Deodorised, or -zed ; 
Disinfected. [rient. 

Desopilatif, -ive. Deobstruent ; Ape- 

Desopilation. Same as Desobstruction, 

Desordination, Perturbation ; Dis- 
order, [ance. 

D^sordre. Disorder ; Morbid disturb- 

D^sorganisation. Disorganization, or 
-sation. 

Desoxydation. The abstraction or re- 
moval of oxygen. [been removed. 

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D^soxygenation. SameasDesoxydation. 
D^soxygene, -^e. Same as Desoxyde. 
D^soxygenese. An affection supposed 

to be caused by the abstraction of 

oxygen from the economy. 
Despotat. Formerly a name for a 

soldier belonging to the ambulance. 
Despumation. Despumation. 
Desquamation. Desquamation. 
Desseche, -ee. Desiccated ; Dried up. 
Dessechement. Desiccation ; Drying 

up- 

Dessiccatif, -ive. Desiccative, adj. and 
s. ; Desiccant, adj. and s. 

Dessiccation. Desiccation. [tion. 

Destructivit^. The instinct of destruc- 

Desudation. Desudation ; Sudamina. 

D^siUfurant, -ante. Applied in chemis- 
try to a body that abstracts sulphur 
from another. 

D^sulfur^, -de. Said of a body that has 
been deprived of its sulphur. 

Ddsuni, -ie. Disunited ; Disjointed. 

Ddsjrmphyser. To perform symphysio- 
tomy. 

Detente. The return to the normal 
state after nervous excitement. 

Detergent, -ente. Detergent. 

Deterger. To purify ; To cleanse. 

Determination. Determination. 

Ddterminisme. Determinism. 

Detersif, -ive. Detersive ; Detergent. 

Detersion. Detersion ; Desiccation. 

Ddtonant, -ante. Detonating. 

Detonation. Detonation. 

Detrempe. Softening steel. 

Detriticole. Living in detritus. 

Detrition. Detrition. 

Detritique. Pertaining to detrition or 
to detritus. 

Detritus. Detritus. 

Detroit. The narrowest part of a cavity. 

Detroita du bassin. The inlet and 
outlet of the true pelvis. 

Detroit abdominal ou superieur du 
bassin. The inlet of the true pelvis. 

Detroit inferieur ou perineal du 
bassin. The outlet of the true pelvis. 

Detroncation. Detruncation ; Decapi- 
tation ; Decollation. 

Detumescence. Detumescence ; Sub- 
sidence of a swelling. 

Deutergie. The consecutive effect of 
medicine. 

Deuterie. Deuteria ; After-birth ; Se- 
cundines ; Effects of the retention of 
the secundines. [dines. 

Deuterologie. Description of the secun- 

Deuteropathie. Deuteropathy. 



Deuteropathique. Deuteropathic. 
Deuteroscopie. Deuteroscopy. 
Deutosciereux, -euse. Becoming scle- 
rous by a secondary process (bone). 
Deutoscolex. Deutoscolex. 
Deuxieme paire de nerfs crdniens. 

The optic nerves. 
Developpement. Development. 
Deviation. Deviation. [struation. 

Deviation des regies. Vicarious men- 
Devoiement. Slight diarrhoea. 
Devoir. Duty. 
Dextrine. Dextrin. 
Dextrine, -ee. Containing dextrin ; 

Made from dextrin. 
Dextrinique. Pertaining to dextrin. 
Dextrogyre. Dextrogyrate ; Dextro- 
Dextrose. Dextrose. [rotatory. 

Diabete ; Diabetes. Diabetes. 
Diabetide. A general term for all the 

complications of diabetes. 
Diabetique. Diabetic. 
Diabetometre. Diabetometer. 
Diablotin. Chocolate lozenge. 
Diabotanum. A plaster composed of 

a large number of vegetable sub- 
Diabrose. Erosion. [stances. 

Diabrotique. Diabrotic. 
Diacathollcon. Diacatholicon. 
Diacausie. Excessive heat. 
Diacaustique. Diacaustic. 
Diacetine. Diacetin. 
Diachalasie. Separation of the bones 

of the cranium ; Diachalasis. 
Diachalciteos. A plaster of colcothar. 
Diachylon ; Diachylum. Diachylon 

plaster. [clasis. 

Diaclase ; Diaclasie ; Diaclastie. Dia- 
Diaclastique. Diaclastie. 
Diacode. Made with syrup of poppies 

or of opium. 
Diacodium. Diacodion ; Diacodium. 
Diacolocynthidos. A colocynth elec- 
Diacope. Diacope. [tuary. 

Diacoustique, sing. Diacoustics, pi, 
Diacr&nlen, -ienne. Loosely attached 

to the cranium ; Diacranial (inferior 
Diacrise. Diacrisis. [maxilla). 

Diacritique. Diacritical ; Diacritic. 
Diacydonium. Electuary of confection 

of quince. 
Diadelphe. Diadelphous. 
Diadermiatrie. The diadermio method. 
Diadexe ; Diadoche. Diadexis ; The 

changing of one disease into another. 
Diagnose. Diagnosis. 
Diagnostic. Diagnosis 
Diagnostique. Diagnostic. 
Diagometre. Diagometer. 



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Diagrede. Scammony (old name). 

Diaire. Ephemeral ; Lasting one day. 

Dialipyre ; Dialeipyre. Intermittent 

Dialyse. Dialysis. [fever. 

Dialyseur. Dialyzer, or -ser. [lytic. 

Dialytic. Pertaining to dialysis ; Dia- 

Diamagn^tique. Diamagnetic. 

Diamagnetisme. Diamagnetism. 

Diamant. Diamond. 

Diamante, -^e. Hard as a diamond ; 
Bright as a diamond. 

Diametre. Diameter. 

Diamide. Diamid. 

Diamine. Diamin. 

Diamorum. Syrup of mulberries. 

Diandre ; Diandrique. Diandrous. 

Diane. Silver (old name). [repsus). 

Dianthum. Aromatic antidote (My- 

Diapalme. Plaster composed of sulphate 
of zinc and wax. [povi^der. 

Diapasme. Any cosmetic perfumed 

Diapason. Diapason ; Tuning-fork. 

Diap^dese. Diapedesis. 

Diaphane. Diaphanous. 

Diaphaneite. Transparency, 

Diaphanometre. Diaphanometer. 

Diaphenic ; Diaphoenix. Drastic elec- 
tuary made of dates. 

Diaphorese. Diaphoresis. 

Diaphoretique. Diaphoretic. 

Diaphragmatique. Diaphragmatic. 

Diaphragmatite. Diaphragmatitis. 

Diaphragmatocele. Diaphragmatocele. 

Diaphragme. Diaphragm. 

Diaphragmodsmie. Diaphragmodynia. 

Diaphyse. Diaphysis. [sis. 

Diaplegie. Progressive general paraly- 

Diapnogene. Sudoriparous. 

Diapnoide. Diaphoretic. 

Diapnoique. Slightly diaphoretic. 

Diapophyse. Diapophysis. 

Diaprun. Purgative electuary made 
from prunes. 

Diapydtique. Diapyetio. 

Diarrh^e. Diarrhea, or -cea. 

Diarrh^ique. Diarrheal ; Diarrhoeal. 

Diarrhodon. Lozenge or electuary 
made from roses. 

Diarthrodial, -ale. Diarthrodial. 

Diarthrose. Diarthrosis. 

Diascordium. Electuary made from 
Scordium leaves, etc. [besten plums. 

Diasebeste. Electuary made from Se- 

Diasostique. Hygienic. 

Diaspasme. Tear ; Rent ; Distortion. 

Diasphyxie. Arterial pulsation. 

Diastaltique. Diastaltie. 

Diastase. (1) Diastase ; (2) Diastasis. 

Diastashemie. Diastasemia. 



Diastasis. Diastasis ; Dislocation. 

Diastema. Diastema. 

Diastematelytrie. Diastematelytria. 

Diastematencephale. Abnormality con- 
sisting in median basic fissure of the 
brain and of the corpus callosum. 

Diastematie. Any abnormality consist- 
ing in a median fissure. 

Diast^matocolie. Abnormality consist- 
ing in a longitudinal fissure of the 
trunk. 

Diastematochilie. Diastematochilia. 

Diastematocr^ie . Diastematocrania. 

Diastematocystie. Diastematocystia. 

Diastematogastrie. Diastematogastria. 

Diastematoglossie. Diastematoglossia. 

Diastematognathie. Diastematogna- 
thia. 

Diastematometrie. Diastematometria. 

Diastematopyelie. Abnormal median 
fissure of the pelvis. 

Diastematorrhachie. Abnormal median 
fissure of the vertebral column. 

Diast^matorrhinie. Abnormal median 
fissure of the nose. 

Diastematostaphylie. Abnormal 
median fissure of the uvula. 

Diastematostemie. Diastematosternia. 

Diasteme. Diastema. 

Diastementerie. Abnormal median 
fissure of the intestine. 

Diastole. Diastole. 

Diastremme ; Diastrophie. Diastrophy ; 
Dislocation ; Displacement. 

Diatessaron. Electuary composed of 
gentian, aristolochia, and berries of 
laurel and of myrrh. [manous. 

Diathermane. Diathermal ; Diather- 

Diathermansie. Diathermancy. 

Diathennique. Diathermal. 

Diathesal, -ale. Diathetic. 

Diathesation. The passage from the 
normal state to one of diathesis. 

Diathese. Diathesis. 

Diathesique. Diathetic. 

Diatomique. Diatomic. 

Diatripteur. A linear ecraseur. 

Diatrypese. A variety of cranial suture 
in which parts of one bone seem to 
perforate the other. [alus, s. 

Dicephale. Dicephalous, adj. ; Diceph- 

Dichogamle. Dichogamy. 

Dichotomal, -ale. Pertaining to that 
which is dichotomous. 

Dichotome. Dichotomous. 

Dichotome, -ee. Exhibiting dichotomy. 

Dichotomie. Dichotomy. [tomy. 

Dichotomique. Pertaining to dicho- 

Dichroique. Dichromatic. 



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Dichrolsme. Dichroistn. [matic. 

Dichromatique ; Dichrome. Dichro- 

Dicline. Diclinous. 

Dicotyledon. Dicotyledon. 

Dicotyl^done ; Dicotyledonie, -ee. Di- 
cotyledonous. 

Dicrote. Dicrotic. 

Dicrotisme. Dicrotism. 

Dictame. Dittany. 

Dictyite. Dictyitis ; Retinitis. 

Dictyode. Reticulated. 

Dictyopsie. Dictyopsia. 

Didactyle. Aifected with didactylism. 

Didactylie. Didactylism. 

Diducteur, -trice. Causing diduction. 

Diduction. Diduction. 

Didjrmalgie. Didymalgia. 

Didyme, adj. Didymous. 

Didyme, s. Didymium (metal). 

Didymite. Didymitis ; Orchitis. 

Did3Tiame. Didynamous. 

Dielectrique. Dielectric. 

Dierese. Dieresis ; Diaeresis. 

Dier^tique. Dieretic ; Diasretic. 

Diete. Diet. 

Dietetique. Dietetic. 

Dietetiste. Dietetist. 

Differenciation. Differentiation. 

Diflferentiel, -elle. Differential. 

Diffluence. Diffluence. 

Diffluent, -ente. Diffluent. 

Difformite. Deformity. 

Diflfractif, -ive. Diffractive. 

Diffraction. Diffraction. 

Diffus, -use. Diffuse. 

Diffuser. To diffuse. 

Diffusibilite. Diffusibilifcy. 

Diffusible. Diffusible. 

Diffusiometre. Instrument for mea- 
suring diffusion. 

Diffusion. Diffusion. 

Digastrique. Digastric. 

Digenie. Generation affected by the 
co-operation of both sexes. 

Digenese. Digenesis. 

Dig^nisme. Digenism. 

Digeste. Digest, s. 

Digesteur. Digester (Chemistry). 

Digestibilite. Digestibility. 

Digestible. Digestible. 

Digestif, -ive, adj. Digestive, ailj. 

Digestif, *'. (1) Digestive, s. ; (2) A name 
applied to some ointments. 

Digestion. Digestion. 

Digital, -ale. Digital. 

Digfitale. Digitalis ; Foxglove. 

Digitaleine. Digitalein. 

Digitaline. Digitalin. 

Digitalose. Digitalose. 



Digitation. Digitation. 

Digite, -6e. Digitate ; Digitated. 

Digitule. Digitule. 

Digjoie. Digyn ; Digynous. 

Dilac^ration. Dilaceration. 

Dilatabilite. Dilatability. 

Dilatable. Dilatable. 

Dilatant, -ante; Dilatateur, -trice. 
Causing dilatation ; Dilating, adj. ; 
Dilator, s. ; Dilatator, s. 

Dilatation. Dilatation. 

Dilatatoire. Dilatory, adj. ; Dilator, s. 

Dilate, -ee. Dilated. 

Dilatometre. Instrument for measuring 
the dilatation of liquids. 

Dilution. Dilution. 

Dimere. Dimerous. 

Diminution. Diminution. 

Dimorphe. Dimorphous. 

Dimorphisme. Dimorphism. 

Dinde ; Dindon. Turkey (bird). 

Dinitrique. Containing two equivalents 
of nitric acid. [tion. 

Dioecie. The doecious or dioecious condi- 

Diol^ine. Containing two equivalents 

Dioncose. Plethora. [of oleic acid. 

Diophthalme. (1) Diophthalmus ; (2) 
Bandage over both eyes ; (3) A bino- 
cular glass. 

Dioptre. Speculum ; Diopter. 

Diopsimetre. Diopsimeter. 

Dioptric. Dioptry. 

Dioptrique, adj. Dioptric, adj. 

Dioptrique, s.f.Hing. Dioptrics, s.pl. 

Dioptrorganoscope. Instrument for the 
dioptric examination of the stomach, 
etc. 

Dioptrorganoscopie. The dioptric ex- 
amination of organs and of their 

Diorthose. Diorthosis. [tissues. 

Dipetale, -ee. Dipetalous. 

Diphtherie ; Diphth^rite ; Diphterie ; 
Diphterite. Diphtheria. 

Diphtheritique ; Dipht^ritique. Diph- 
theritic ; Diphtheric. [theroid. 

Diphth^rolde ; Diphteroide. Diph- 

Diplacousie. Diplacusis. [cephalus, «. 

Diplocephale. Dicephalous, adj. ; Di- 

Diplocephalie. Dicephalism. 

Diploe. Diploe. 

Diplogenese. Diplogenesis. 

Diplolque. Diploic. 

Diplome. Diploma. [the pupil. 

Diplometre. Instrument for measuring 

Diplopie. Diplopia. 

Diplosomie. Monstrosity characterized 
by having two bodies. 

Dipneumone. Having two lungs ; 
Breathing in two different ways. 



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Dipnoique. Breathing in two different 

Dipode. Biped. [ways. 

Dipsetique. Dipsetic. 

Dipsobiostatique. Statistics of diseases 
engendered by the abuse of alcohol. 

Dipsomane. Dipsomaniac, s. ; Pertain- 
ing to dipsomania, adj. 

Dipsomanie. Dipsomania. 

Diptere. Dipterous. 

Direct, -te. Direct. 

Diruptif, -ive. Causing rupture and 
separation (dental caries). 

Discal, -ale. Pertaining to the disc. 

Discission. Discission. [Discoid. 

Discoidal, -ale ; Discoide. Discoidal ; 

Discolore. Of two colours. 

Discontinu, -ue. Discontinuous. 

Discontinuite. Discontinuity. 

Discret, -ete. Discrete. 

Discrimeu. A bandage used in bleeding 
from the frontal vein. 

Discussif, -ive. Discutient. 

Disdiaclaste, ou -klaste. Disdiaclast. 

Disgregation. Disaggregation ; Separa- 
tion, [junction. 

Disjoncteur. Instrument to effect dis- 

Disjoint, -nte. Separated ; Disjoined. 

Disjonctif, -ive. Separated ; Disjunc- 
tive. 

Disjonction. Disjunction ; Separation. 

Dislocation. Dislocation with displace- 

Disome. Having two bodies. [ment. 

Dispensaire. Dispensary. 

Dispensation. Dispensing, s. 

Dispersif, -ive. Pertaining to dispersion; 
Causing dispersion. 

Dispersion. Dispersion. 

Disposition. Disposition (in the sense 

Disque. Disc. [of arrangement). 

Dissecable. That can be dissected. 

Dissection. Dissection. 

Dissemblable. Dissimilar. 

Dissemination. Dissemination. 

Dissepiment. Dissepiment ; Septum ; 
A diaphragm ; Partition. 

Dissequant, -ante. Dissecting. 

Disseque, -ee. Dissected. 

Dissimilaire. Dissimilar. 

Dissimule, -ee. Hidden ; Concealed. 

Dissociation. Dissociation. 

Dissolutif, -ive. Resolvent ; Resolving. 

Dissolution. Dissolution. 

Dissolvant, -ante. Dissolvent. 

Dissonance. Dissonance. 

Dissymetrique. Unsymmetrical. 

Distal, -ale. Distal. 

Distension. Distention ; Distension. 

Distichiase, ou -sis. Distichiasis, 

Distillation. Distillation. 



Distillatoire. Distillatory. 

Distille, -ee. Distilled. 

Distique. Distichous. 

Distome. Distoma. [toma. 

Distomien, -ienne. Pertaining to dis- 

Distorsion. Distorsion ; Distortion. 

Distractile. That keeps apart. 

Distraction. Segregation ; Separation. 

Dita. Dita. 

Ditaine ; Ditamine. Ditain ; Ditamin. 

Dithionique. Containing two equiva- 
lents of sulphur ; Dithionic. 

Ditrope. Reflected ; Twice turned 

Diurese. Diuresis. [(ovum). 

Diiiretique. Diuretic. 

Diume. Diurnal. 

Divarique, -ee. Divaricate, 

Divellent, -ente. Causing reciprocal 
removal of compounds or bases. 

Divergence. Divergence. 

Divergent, -ente. Divergent. 

Diversicolore. Presenting diverse 
colours. 

Diverticulaire. Diverticular. 

Diverticule, ou -lum. Diverticulum. 

Divise, -ee. Divided. 

Diviseur. Instrument to divide. 

Divisibilite. Divisibility. 

Divisible. Divisible. 

Divisif, -ive. That holds parts asunder. 

Division. Division. 

Divulseur. Divulsor. 

Divulsion. Divulsion. 

Dixieme paire de nerfs craniens. The 
pneumogastric nerves. 

Docimasie. Docimasia. 

Docimastique. Docimastic. 

Docteur. Doctor. 

Doctrine. Doctrine. 

Dodecapharmacum. Ointment (called 
also Onguent des douze apotres) 
composed of twelve substances. 

Dogme. Dogma. 

Dogmatique. Dogmatic. 

Dogmatisme. Dogmatism. 

Dogmatiste. Dogmatist. 

Doigt. Finger ; Digit. 

Doigt de pieds. Toe. 

Doigt annulaire. The ring 6nger. 

Doigt auriculaire. The little finger. 

Doigtier. Finger-stall. 

Dolabriforme. Dolabriform. 

Dolichocephale. Dolichocephalous, or 
-lie, adj. ; Dolichocephalus, s. 

Dolichocephalie. Dolichocephalia. 

Dolichopode. Having long feet. 

Doloire. Adze. 

Doloire. Bandage en-. Spica bandage. 

Domestication. Domestication. 



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Domesticite. Domesticity. 

Domestique. Domestic ; Homely. 

Dompte-venin. Asclepias. 

Donation. Donation. 

Dorenr. Gilder. 

Dormitif, -ive. Hypnotic. 

Dorsal, -ale. Dorsal. 

Dorsifere. Pertaining to the part of the 

trunk which supports the back. 
Dorso-lombaire. Dorso-lumbar ; Dorsi- 

lumbar. 
Dorso-sus-acromien, -ienne. Pertain- 
ing to the back and to the top of the 
acromion. 
Dorso-sus-acromien. Muscle-. The Tra- 
pezius muscle. [vical. 
Dorso-trach^lien, -ienne. Dorso-cer- 
Dorure. Gilding. 
Dos. The back. 
Dos voute. Kyphosis. 
Dosage. Dosage. 
Dose. Dose. 

Dosimetrie. Dosimetry. [logy. 

Dosology. Dosology ; Dosiology ; Poso- 
Dothiene. The kind of inflammation 
that degenerates into an abscess 
(Castelli). 
Dothienenterie ; Dothi^nent^rite. Do- 
thienenteritis ; Dothinenteritis ; En- 
Double. Double. [teric fever. 
Double, -6e. Said of intermittent fever 
when there are two attacks every 
second day, the intervening day being 
free from attacks. 
Double-manoeuvre. A stage in the 
Prench method of podalic version, 
traction being made on the feet whilst 
the shoulder or head is pushed up- 
wards. 
Double quarte, s. Double quartan 
fever ; Intermittent fever with an 
attack for two days running, then a 
day without fever, then attacks for 
two days, etc. 
Double-quotidien, -ienne. Said of in- 
termittent fever when there are two 
attacks every day. 
Doublet. Doublet (optical instrument). 
Double-tierce, s. Double tertian fever. 
Double-vue. Diplopia ; Double-vision. 
Douce-amere. Dulcamara; Bitter-sweet. 
Douche. Douche ; Shower-bath. 
Douche capillaire. Aquapuncture. 
Douleur. Pain. 
Douve. Distoma. 

Douv6, -^e. Containing distomata. 
Doux, Douce. Sweet ; Not acid ; Fresh 
(of water). [glossal nerves. 

Douzieme paire de nerfs. The hypo- 



Dracique. Anisic. 

Dracol. Dracol ; Anisol. 

Draconcule. Dracunculus. 

Draconique ; Draconysique. Anisic. 

Dracontiase. Dracontiasis. 

Dragee. Comfit ; Sugared confection. 

Drain. Drainage-tube. 

Drainage. Drainage. [at operations. 

Drap-fanon. Canvas or sheeting used 

Drapeau. (1) Pterygium ; (2) Bandage 

to keep a dressing on the nose. 
Drapeau, Bruit de-. See Bruit. 
Drastique. Drastic. 
Dreche. Malt. 

Drogue. Drug. [they are kept. 

Droguerie. Drugs, and the places where 
Droguier. A collection of specimens of 

simple drugs. 
Droguiste. Druggist. 
Droit, -ite. Straight ; Right ; Erect. 
Droit abdominal. The Rectus abdo- 
minis muscle. 
Droit ant^rieur de la cuisse. The 

Rectus femoris. 
Droit anterieur grand de la tete. The 

Rectus capitis anticus major. 
Droit anterieur petit de la tete. The 

Rectus capitis anticus minor. 
Droit exteme de I'oeil. Rectus oculi 

(external). [(inferior). 

Droit inferieur de I'oeil. Rectus oculi 
Droit interne de la cuisse. The Gracilis. 
Droit interne de I'oeil. Rectus oculi 

(internus). [lateralis. 

Droit lateral de la tete. Rectus capitis 
Droit post^rieur grand de la tete. 

Rectus capitis posticus major. 
Droit posterieur petit de la tete. 

Rectus capitis posticus minor. 
Droit sup^rieur de I'oeil. Rectus oculi 

superior. 
Droit (s) des m^decins. The right of 

medical men ; Medical ethics ; Me- 
dical deontology. 
Droitier. A right-handed man. 
Dromadaire. Dromedary. 
Dropacisme. Epilation by means of a 

pitch plaster. 
Dropax. The pitch plaster for epilation. 
Drosometre. Instrument for measuring 

the dew ; Drosometer. 
Drupe. Drupe. 
Drup^ole. Drupelet. 
Dsudam. Elephantiasis. 
Dualisme. Dualism. 
Dualiste. Dualist. 
Dualistique. Dualistic. 
Duality. Duality. 
Ductile. Ductile. 



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Ductilite. Ductility. 

Dulcamarine. Dulcamarin. 

Dulcifier. To dulcify. 

Dulcine. Dulcin. 

Dulcite. Dulcite. 

Duodenal, -ale. Duodenal. 

Duodenite. Duodenitis. 

Duodenum. Duodenum. 

Duplicite. Duplicity. 

Dur, -re. Hard ; Tough. 

Dural, -ale. Dural. 

Diiramen. Duramen ; Heart-wood. 

Durcissaut, -ante. That hardens ; 
Hardening, adj. ; An agent that 
produces hardening, s. [tion. 

Durcissement. Hardening, s. ; Indura- 

Dur^e. Duration. 

Dure-mere. Dura-mater. [losity. 

Durete. Hardness ; Induration ; Cal- 

Durete d'oreille. Hardness of hearing. 

Durillon. A species of corn (induration 

Duvet. Down, s. [of skin). 

Duvete, -ee. Covered with down. 

Dynamide. A collective name for heat, 
light, electricity and magnetism. 

Dynamic. Dynamia. 

Dynamique. Dynamic. 

Dynamique, s.f.sing. Dynamics, s.pl. 

Dynamisme. Dynamism. 

Dynamite. Dynamite. 

Dynamographe. Dynamograph. 

Dynamologie. Treatise on dynamics. 

Dynamometre. Dynamometer. 

Dynamophore. Giving force. 

Dynamoscope. Dynamoseope. 

Dynamoscopie. Dynamoscopy. 

Dyne. Dyne. 

Dysamilin. Starch. [ponotocy. 

Dysaponocie ; Dysaponotocie. Dysa- 

Dysarthrie. Dysarthria. [arthritis. 

Dysarthrite. Abnormal arthritis ; Dys- 

Dysarthrose. Dysarthrosis. 

Dyscatabrose. Dysphagia. 

Dyschezie. Difficult defecation. 

Dyschromateux, -euse. Dyschroma- 
tous ; Characterised by a change of 
colour. [dyschromatopsia. 

Dyschromatope. Person affected with 

Dyschromatopsie. Dyschromatopsia. 

Dyschromatose. The dyschromatous 

Dyscinesie. Dyscinesia. [state. 

Dysccelie. Constipation ; Intestinal em- 

Dyscrasie. Dyscrasia. [barrassment. 

Dyscrasique. Dyscrasic ; Dyscratic. 

Dysecee. Dysecoea ; Dysecoia ; Hard- 
ness of hearing. 

Dysenteric. Dysentery, 

Dysenterique. Dysenteric. 

Dysesthesie. Dysesthesia. 



Dysgen^sie. Dysgenesis. 

Dysgraphie. Dysgraphia. [sense. 

Dyshaphie. Impairment of the tactile 

Dysharmonie. Impairment of functional 
cohesion. 

Dysh^mie. Deterioration of the blood. 

Dyshemorrhee, Suppression of hemor- 
rhoidal bleeding. 

Dyshidrose. Dyshidrosis ; Dysidrosis. 

Dyskyesie. Irregular or abnormal preg- 

Dyslalie. Dyslalia. [nancy, 

Dyslochie. Dj'slochia. [rhea, or -oea. 

Dysmenie ; Dysmenorrhee. Dysmenor- 

Dysmnesie. Dysmneaia,. 

Dysmyoponie, ou -otonie, Dysmyotony. 

Dysodie. Dysodia. 

Dysodynie. Dysodynia. 

Dysomphalotocie. Dysaponotocy. 

Dysopie. Dysopie. 

Dysorexie. Dysorexia. 

Dysosmie. Dysosmia. 

Dyspepsie. Dyspepsia, 

Dyspepsique, ou -tique. Dyspeptic. 

Dyspeptone. Dyspeptone. [matism. 

Dyspermasie; Dyspermatisme. Dysper- 

Dyspermie. Dyspermia ; Dysspermia. 

Dysphagie. Dysphagia. 

Dysphasie. Dysphasia. 

Dysphonie. Dysphonia. 

Dysphorie. Dysphoria. 

Dyspnee. Dyspnea, or -oea. [tocia. 

Dysponotocie. Difficult labour ; Dys- 

Dysrrhexitocie. Dystocia from uterine 
rupture. 

Dyssym^trie. Want of symmetry. 

Dyssymetrique. Showing a want of 
symmetry. 

Dysthanatasie. Dysthanasia. 

Dysthermasie. Insufficiency of caloric 
to maintain the normal temperature. 

Dysthymie. Dysthymia. 

Dystocie. Dystocia. 

Dystrophie. Dystrophia; Dystrophy. 

Dysurie. Dysuria ; Dysury. 

Eau. Water. 

Eaux, pi. Liquor amnii. 

Eaux. Fausses-. Show (Obstetrics). 

Eaux. Poche des-. Bag of waters (Ob- 
stetrics). 

Ebarbement. Removal with a bistoury 
or scissors of morbid vegetations, 
without wounding the skin. 

Ebene. Ebony. [the sight. 

Eblouissement. Dazzling, or Dimness of 

Ebranlement. A shock ; Shaking ; 
Commotion ; Traumatic shock. 

Ebranlement des dents. Looseness of 
the teeth. 



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^bri^t^. Ebriety ; Ebrietas ; Ebriosity ; 
Alcoholism. 

^brieux, -euse. Pertaining to Ebriety ; 
Alcoholic. 

^brouement. Snorting ; Sneezing. 

Ebullition. Ebullition ; Boiling, 

Eburine. See Eburnine. 

Eburnation. Eburnation. 

]6bum^, -6e. White as ivory; Eburneous. 

Ebumification. Eburnation. [ivory. 

Eburnine. Hardened bone - dust and 

l^caille. Scale ; Shell. 

Ecailleux, -euse. Scaly ; Squamous. 

Ecartement. Diastasis ; Separation. 

Ecarteur. Retractor. 

Ecarteur. Levier-. The lever of a val- 
vular speculum, which by means of a 
screw opens the instrument. 

Ecballium. Ecballium. 

Ecboline. Ecbolin. 

Ecbolique. Ecbolic. 

Eccathartique, Cathartic. 

Eccellulaire. Applied to the anatomical 
elements outside and around the cells. 

Ecchondrome ; Ecchondrose. Ecchon- 
droma ; Ecchondrosis, 

Ecchymome. Ecchymoma. 

Ecchymose. Ecchymosis. 

Ecchymotique. Ecchymotic, 

Eccop^. Division of a tissue by an in- 
cision which acts obliquely to the 
surface without any loss of material. 

Eccoprotique. Eccoprotic. 

Eccrisis. Morbid excretion. 

Ecdemique. Ecdemic. [derma. 

Ecdennique. Which is outside the 

Ecdermoptosis. Hypertrophy of the 
subcutaneous sebaceous glands. 

Ecgonine. Ecgonine. 

Echancrure. Notch. 

Echancrure coracoidienne. The supra- 
scapular notch. 

ichancrure nasale. The nasal notch 
(frontal bone). 

Ecbancrure sciatique. Grande-. The 
great sacro-sciatic notch. 

]6chancrure sciatique. Petite-. The 
lesser sacro-sciatic notch. 

Echancrure sigmolde. Grande-. The 
greater sigmoid cavity of the ulna. 

Echarde. Splinter (of wood or of metal), 
introduced accidentally under the 

ificharpe. Sling (for the arm). [skin. 

]6chauboulure. Piinple ; Sudamina. 

Echauffant, -ante. Heating, adj. 

Echauflfement ; Echauffure. Heating, 
8. ; Overheating ; Also a popular 
term for slight blennorrhagia or for 
constipation. 



Echelle. Name applied to the decus- 
sation in the median line of the white 
fibres of origin of the auditory nerves. 

Echidnine. Echidnin. 

Echidnique. Pertaining to vipers or to 
the action of their venom. 

]6chine. Chine ; Backbone. 

^chinocoque. Echinococcus. 

Echinoderme. Having a prickly skin. 

Echinophthalmie. Conjunctivitis with 
bristling of the eyelashes. 

^chinorrhjmque. Echinorhyncus. 

Echo. Echo, [sound (lung or pleura). 

l^cho m6tallique. Metallic tinkling or 

Echokinesie. Echokinesia, or -sis. 

Echolalie. Echolalia. 

Echomatisme. Echokinesis and Echo- 
lalia produced during hypnotism. 

Echometre. Echometer. 

Eclair. Lightning. 

Eclairage. Lighting ; Illumination. 

Eclampsie. Eclampsia. 

Eclamptique. Eclamptic ; Eclampsie. 

Eclat. (1) Brightness; Refulgence; 
Glitter ; (2) Splinter (of wood, etc.); 
Shiver (of glass). 

Eclectique. Eclectic. 

Eclectisme. Eclecticism. 

Eclegme. Eclegm ; Eclegma ; Ecleigma. 

Eclisse. Surgical splint. 

Ecole. School. 

Economie. Economy. 

Ecorce. Bark ; Rind. [ping- 

Ecorcement. Barking (of trees) ; Strip- 

Ecorchure. Excoriation. 

Ecoulement. Running ; Flowing ; Flux ; 
Blennorrhagia ; Leucorrhoea, etc. 

Ecouvillon. Small sponge or brush used 
to clear the trachea or the tracheo- 
tomy tube ; used also sometimes for 
the inside of the uterus. 

Ecouvillonnement. The employment of 
the Ecouvillon (q.iJ). 

Ecphractique. Ecphractic. 

Ecpiesme. Fracture of the cranium 
with compression. 

Ecrasement. Crushing. 

Ecraseur. ifecraseur. 

Ecriture. Writing. 

^crouelle. Scrofula. 

Ecrouellet. Talpa ; Mole ; Wen. 

Ecrouissement. Hardening of metals. 

Ecsarcome. Fleshy excrescence. 

Ecstrophie ; Exstrophie. Exstrophy ; 

Ectasie. Ectasia ; Ectasia. [Ecstrophy. 

Ectatique. Ectatic. 

Ecthjmia ; Ecthjonose. Ecthyma. 

Ecthymatode ; Ecthymogene. Resem- 
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Ecthymose. Ecthyma ; Urticaria. 

Ectillotique. Ectillotic ; Depilatory. 

Ectoderme. Ectoderm. [derm. 

Ectodermique. Pertaining to the ecto- 

Ectopage. Ectopagous, adj. ; Ecto- 

Ectopagie. Ectopagia. [pagus, s. 

Ectoparasite. Ectoparasite. 

Ectophjrte. Ectophyte. 

Ectopie. Ectopia ; Eetopy ; An abnor- 
mality of position. 

Ectopique. Ectopic. 

Ectoplasma. Ectoplasm. [vesicae. 

Ectopocystique. Pertaining to ectopia 

Ectospore. Ectospore ; Exospore. 

Ectospore, -^e. Ectosporous ; Exo- 
sporous. [skeleton. 

Ectosquelette. Ectoskeleton ; Exo- 

Ectozoaire. Eotozoon. [tylia. 

Ectrodactyle. Affected with extrodac- 

Ectrodactylie. Ectrodactylia, or -lism. 

Ectrodactylique. Ectrodactylic. 

Ectrogenie. Ectrogeny. 

Ectrogenique. Ectrogenie. 

Ectromele. Ectromelus. [ectromelus. 

Ectromelie. The condition of being an 

Ectromelien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
condition of being an ectromelus. 

Ectropion. Ectropion. 

Ectropodie. A forked condition of the 
foot due to abnormal absence of 
several of the toes. [tifacient. 

Ectrotique. Ectrotic ; Abortive ; Abor- 

Ectylotique. Ectylotic. 

Ecuelle. Porringer. 

Ecume. Froth ; Foam ; Spume. 

Ecumeux, -euse. Frothy ; Spumose ; 
Spumescent ; Spumous ; Spumy. 

Ecureuil. Squirrel. 

Ecusson. A piece of leather covered 
with an adhesive medicinal substance 
for application to the skin. 

Eczema. Eczema. [toid. 

Eczemogene. Eczemogenous ; Eczema- 

Edente, -ee. Edentate. 

Edredon. Eider-down. 

Education. Education. 

Educte. Blastema ; Exudate. 

Eductum. Educt. 

Edulcoration. Edulcoration. 

Edule. Edible. 

Efferent, -ente. Efferent. 

Effervescence. Effervescence. 

Effervescent, -ente. Effervescent. 

Effleurir. To effloresce. 

Efflorescence. Efflorescence. 

Efflorescent, -ente. Efflorescent. 

Efllluescence. The formation and nutri- 
tion of the embryo to the extent 
derived from fecundation. 



Eflluve. Effluvium, miy., Effluvia, pL 

Effluxion. Effluxion ; Efflux. 

Effort. Effort ; Strain ; Lumbago ; 

Effusion. Effusion. [Hernia. 

Egagropile. Wool-ball (Vet.). 

Egal, -ale. Equal. 

Egestif, -ive. Egesting ; Pertaining to 

Egilops. Egilops. [Egestion. 

Eglander. To extirpate a gland (especi- 
ally in veterinary surgery). 

Egoiisme. Egotism ; Egoism. 

Egophone. Pertaining to egophony ; 
Affected with egophony. 

Egophonie. Egophony. 

Egophonique. See Egophone. 

Egrotant, -ante Sickly ; Unhealthy. 

Eg3rptiac. Term applied to an ointment 
of verdigris. 

Ejaculateur, -trice. Ejaculatory. 

Ejaculation. Ejaculation. 

Ejaculatoire. Ejaculatory. 

Elaboration. Elaboration. 

Elseodique. Ricinoleic. 

Elaidine. Elaidin. 

Elaidique. Pertaining to elaidin. 

Elalle. Ethylene. 

Elaine. Elain. [pain. 

Elancement. ^Lancinating or shooting 

Elasticine ; Elastine. Elastin. 

Elasticite. Elasticity. 

Elastico-musculaire. Musculo-elastic. 

Elastine ; Elasticine. Elastin. 

Elastique, adj. Elastic. 

Elastique, s. Name given to the two 
forms of elastic tissue : Elastique 

^ fibreuse ; Elastique lamelleuse. 

Elastometre. Instrument for estimating 
the degree of elasticity of the tissues, 

Elatere. Elater. [etc. 

Elat^rine. Elaterin, or -num. 

Elaterite. Mineral caoutchouc. 

Elaterium. Elaterium. 

Elaterometre. Instrument for estimat- 
ing the degree of elasticityof gases, etc. 

Elatine. Aqueous emulsion of tar. 

Elayle. Ethylene. 

Elecampe. Inulin. 

Electif, -ive. Elective. 

Election. Election ; Selection. 

Electivite. Elective quality. 

Electricite. Electricity. 

Electrique. Electric. 

Electrisable. Electrifiable. 

Electrisant. Electrifying. 

Electrisation. Electrization, or -sation. 

Electris^, -ee. Electrified. 

Electrition. The general sensibility 
that leads to the perception of the 
electric state. 



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Electro-aimant. Electro-magnet. 

Electro-biologie. Electro-biology. 

Electro-capillaire. Electro-capillary. 

Electro -chimie. Electro-chemistry. 

Electro-chimique. Electro-chemical. 

Electrode. Electrode. 

Electro -dynamique, s.sing. Electro- 
dynamics, s.pl. 

Electro - dynamisme. The totality of 
facts concerning electro-dynamics. 

Electro-gal vanique. Electro-galvanic. 

Electro - galvanometre. Electro - gal- 
vanometer. 

Electrogene. Producing electricity. 

Electrogenese ; Electrogenie. Elec- 
trogenesis. 

Electrolepsie.Electricchorea(Tordens). 

Electrologie. Treatise on the pheno- 
mena and laws of electricity. 

Electrolysation. The process of elec- 

Electrolyse. Electrolysis. [trolysis. 

Electrolyser. To practise electrolysis. 

Electrol3rte. The compound that under- 
goes electro-chemical decomposition. 

Electrolytique. Electrolytic. 

Electro-magnetique. Electro-magnetic. 

Electro -magnetisme. Electro - mag- 

Electrometre. Electrometer, [netism. 

Electrometrie. Electrometry. 

Electrometrique. Electrometrie. 

Electro-moteur, -trice. Electro-motor. 

^lectro-negatif, -ive. Electro-negative. 

Electrophore. Electrophorous. 

Electro - physiologie. Electro - physio- 

, logy. [logical. 

Electro-physiologique. Electro-physio- 

Electro-polaire. Electro-polar. 

Electro-positif, -ive. Electro-positive. 

Electro-puncture. Electro-puncture, or 
-puncturation. 

Electroscope. Electroscope. 

Electro-thlrapeutique, sing. Electro- 
therapeutics, pi. 

Electro-therapie. Electro-therapy. 

Electrothennie. The production of 
heat by electricity ; Electrothermia. 

Electrothermique. Electrothermic. 

l^lectrotonique. Electrotonic. 

Electrotonus. Electrotonus. 

Electro-vitalisme. Electro- vitalism. 

Electuaire. Electuary. 

El^enc^phole. A substance extracted 
from brain material. 

Element. Element. 

l^lementaire. Elementary. 

El^mentologie. The biographical study 
of every kind of anatomical unit 

l^l^mi. Elemi. [(Robin). 

El^mine. Resin extracted from elemi. 



l^l^ocerat ; Eleoc^rat^ ; ]^l^oc^rol^. 

Cerate. 

Eleolat. A preparation composed of 
oil and various drugs. 

Eleolate. A preparation composed 
principally of essences. 

Eleol^. Same as Eleolat. 

Eleolique. Said of a preparation having 
oil as an excipient. 

Eleoptene. Eleoptene. 

Eleo-saccharum. Eleosaccharum ; Oleo- 
saccharum. 

Elephantiaque, ou -tiasique. Pertain- 
ing to, or affected with, elephantiasis. 

Elephantiasis. Elephantiasis. 

Elephantlque. Same as Elephantiaque. 

Elettari. The small Cardamom. 

Elevateur. Elevator ; Levator. 

Elevateur de Tangle des levres. Le- 
vator anguli oris. 

Elevateur commun de la levre sup^- 
rieure et de I'aile du nez. Levator 
labii superioris alaeque nasi. 

Elevateur de I'ceil. Rectus superior oculi 

Elevateur de la paupiere sup^rieure. 
Levator palpebrae. 

Elevateur propre de la levre supe 
rieure. Levator labii superioris. 

Elevation. Elevation. [ment) 

El^vatoire. Elevator (surgical instru 

Elevure. Pimple ; Blotch. 

Eliminateur, -trice. That causes elimi 
nation ; Expulsive. 

Elimination. Elimination ; Expulsion 

Elixation. Decoction with two products, 
one solid, the other liquid. 

Elixir. Elixir. 

Ellagique. EUagic. 

EUebore. Helleborus ; Hellebore. 

Ellebore, -ee. Related to hellebore. 

Elleboreine. Helleborein. 

Elleborine. Helleborin. 

EUeborisme. Helleborism. 

Elocution. Elocution. [moved. 

Eloigne, -^e. Remote ; Distant ; Re- 

Elongateur, -trice. Elongating, adj.; 
Instrument to produce elongation, s. 

]^longation. Elongation. 

Elutriation. Elutriation. 

Elytre. Elytrum ; Elytron. 

Eljrtrite ; Elsrtrolte. Vaginitis. 

Elytro-blennorrhee. Vaginitis. 

Elytrocele. Elytrocele ; Colpocele. 

ifilytroclisie. Abnormal, accidental, or 
surgical obliteration of the vagina. 

l^lytrolde. Like a sheath or an en- 
velope, [vaginalis (testicle). 

Elj^roXde. Membrane-. The tunica 

Elytrolte. Vaginitis. 



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Elytroplastie. Elytroplasty. 
Elytro-pterygoide. Applied to an ap- 
paratus for introduction into the 
vagina in cases of metrorrhagia, etc. 
Elytroptose. Elytroptosis. 
Elytrorrhagie. Elytrorrhagia. 
Elytrorrhaphle. Elytrorrhaphy. 
Elytrotome. Elytrotome. 
Elytrotomie. Elytrotomy. 
Emaciation. Emaciation. 
Emacie, -ee. Emaciated. 
Email. Enamel. 
Emanation. Emanation. 
Emarginature. An emarginate notch. 
Emasculation. Emasculation. 
Embarras. Obstruction. 
Embarrure. Slipping of a splinter of 
bone between the healthy bone and 
the dura mater in fractures of the 
Embaumement. Embalming. [skull. 
Emboltement. Fitting ; Joining. 
Emboltement reciproque, ou Embol- 
ture. Enarthrodia ; Ball-and-socket 
joint. 
Embole. (1) Enarthrodia ; (2) The re- 
duction of a dislocation ; (3) Em- 
Embolie. Embolism. [bolus. 

Embolique. Embolic. 
Embolise ; Embolisme. (1) The act of 
reducing a dislocation ; (2) Embolism. 
Embolus. Embolus. 
Embonpoint. Corpulence ; Plumpness. 
Embouchure. (1) Anastomosis ; (2) 

Mouthpiece. 
Embout. Plug of a speculum. 
Embranchement. Division of a vessel 

or nerve into several branches. 
Embrassant, -ante. Embracing. 
Embrocation. Embrocation. 
Embrun. Spray (of sea-water, etc.). 
Embryoctonie. Erabryoctony. 
Embryogene. That produces the embryo. 
Embryogenique. Pertaining to embryo- 
genesis ; Einbryogenic. 
Embryogenie. Embryogeny ; Em- 

brvKgenesis. 
Embryographie. Embryography. 
Embryologie. Embryology, 
Embryomorphe. In the form of an 
Embryon. Embryo. [embryo. 

Embryonnaire ; Embryonnal, -ale. 
Embryonic. [several embryos. 

Embryonne, -ee. Fecundated ; Having 
Embryoplastic. Applied to the nucelli 
and cells of origin of the cellular 
tissue of the embryo, they being 
taken as a separate form of anato- 
mical element (Robin). 
Embryosac. The vegetable nucellus. 



Embryotege. Embryotega. 
Embryothlasie. The breaking up of the 

foetus in cases of dystocia. 
Embryothlaste. Instrument for the 

breaking up of the foetus. 
Embryotocie. Embryotocia. 
Embryotome. Embryotome. 
Embryotomie. Embryotomy. 
Embryotrophe. Embryotrophe. 
Embryulce. Embry ulcus. 
Embryulcie. Embryulcia. 
Embryule. A small embryo. 
Emergence. Emergence. 
Emergent, -ente. Emergent ; Pertain- 
ing to emergence. 
Emeri ; Emeril. Emery. 
Emersion. Emersion ; Emergence. 
Emeticite. The property of a drug to 
Emetine. Emetin. [produce vomiting. 
Emetique, adj. et s. Emetic, adj. and s. 
Emetiser. To administer an emetic. 
Emeto-cathartique. Emeto-cathartic. 
Emetologie. Emetology. 
Emigration. Emigration. 
Eminence. Eminence. 
Emissaire. Emissary. 
Emissif, -ive. That is the seat or the 

cause of emission. 
Emission. Emission. 
Emmenagogue. Emmenagogue. 
Emm^nologie. Emmenology. 
Emmetrope. Emmetropic, adj. 

metrope, s. 
Emmetropic. Emmetropia. 
Emmielure. An ointment that 

honey as an excipient. 
Emodine. Emodin. 
Emollient, -iente. Emollient. 
Emonctoire. Emunctory. 
Emendation. (1) Pruning ; (2) The 
process of abstracting adulterations 
Emotion. Emotion. [from drugs. 

Emotivite. The degree of individual 
emotion. [sharp instruments. 

Emouleur; Aiguiseur. A grinder of 
Empasme. A perfumed powder to 
sprinkle on the body to absorb the 
sweat or to disguise a disagreeable 
odour (Empasm). 
Empa,tement. Puffiness. 
Emphractique. Emphractic. 
Emphraxie, ou -xis. Emphraxis ; Ob- 
struction, [tous. 
Emphysemateux, -euse. Emphysema- 
Emphyseme. Emphysema. 
Emphytie. Epizooty. 
Emphytique. Innate ; Congenital. 
Empirique. Empiric, adj. and s. 
Empirisme. Empiricism. 

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Emplastique. Having the consistence 
of plaster. 

Empl§,tre. Plaster ; Emplastrum. 

Emplumee. Suture-. Quilled suture. 

Empois. Starch. 

Eiapoisonnement. Poisoning. 

Empreinte. Ridge ; Margin ; Rough sur- 
face, etc., on bones for the attach- 
ment of muscles, etc. [carceration. 

Emprisonnement. Emprisonment ; In- 

Emprosthotonos. Emprosthotonos. 

Empyeme. Empyema. 

Empyese ; Empy^sis. Empyesis. 

Empyocele. Empyocele. 

Empyomphale. Empyomphalus. 

Empyose. The formation of an empyema. 

Empyreumatique. Empyreumatic. 

Emp3rreuine. Empyreuma. 

Emulgent, -ente. Emulgent. 

Emulsif, -ive. Emulsive. 

Emulsine. Emulsin. 

Emulsion. Emulsion. 

Emulsionnant, -ante. Emulsifying. 

]^mulsionnement. The action of emul- 

l^mydine. Emydin. [sifying. 

Enantheme. Enanthema. 

IBnantiopathie. The opposite thera- 
peutical method to the homoeopathic. 

Enantiopathique. Applied to that which 
acts on the economy in a contrary 
way to the disease. 

Enantiose. Treatment by drugs which 
act on the economy, etc. (see pre- 
ceding word) ; Contraria contrariis 
curantur. 

Enarthrodial, -ale. Enarthrodial. 

Enarthrose. Enarthrosis. 

Encanthis. Encanthis. 

Encaume. Deep and corroding ulcer of 
the cornea. 

Encaustique. Mixture of wax and an 
alkali to harden preparations, etc. 

Encavure. The slight excavation left 
by a bothrion of the cornea. 

Encens. Incense. 

Encephale. Encephalon. 

Enc^phalique. Encephalic. 

Enc^phalite. Encephalitis. 

Enc^phalocele. Encephalocele. 

Enc^phalolde. Encephaloid. 

Encephalolithe. Encephalolith. 

Encephalolithiase. Encephalolithiasis. 

Encephalologie. Encephalology. 

Encephalomalacie. Encephalomalacia. 

Enc6phalome. Encephaloma. 

Enc^phalo - meningite. Meningo - en- 
cephalitis. 

Enc^phalopathie. Encephalopathy. 

Enc6phalorrhagie. Encephalorrhagia. 



Enc^phaloscopie. Examination of the 
encephalon. 

Enc^phalotome. Encephalotome. 

Encephalotomie. Encephalotomy. 

Enchatonne, -^e. Impacted ; Encysted. 

Enchatonnement. Impaction ; Encyst- 
ment. 

Enchevill^, -^e. Kept in position, as 
with a bolt or peg or process of 
bone. 

Enchifr^nement. Snuffles ; Coryza. 

Enchondrome. Enchondroma. 

Enchyme. (1) A product derived from 
chyme ; (2) Infusion ; Injection. 

Ench3miose. Enchymosis, 

Enclavement. Enclavement ; Reten- 
tion due to a constriction ; Impaction 
as of the foetal head in the pelvic 
cavity. 

Enclume. The Incus (tympanum). 

Encoelite. Inflammation of the intes- 
tinal mucous membrane. 

Encolpite. Encolpitis. 

Encolure. Neck and shoulders of 
animals, especially of the horse. 

Encombrement. (1) Overcrowding in 
houses, hospitals, etc. ; (2) Obstruc- 

Encre. Ink. [tion. 

Encroutement. Incrustation. 

Endangium. Endangium ; Endageion. 

Endartere. The internal coat of an 
artery ; The intima. 

Endarterite. Endarteritis. 

End^micite. Endemicity ; Endemism. 

Endemie. Endemia ; An endemic malady. 

End^mique. Endemic. 

Endemisme. Endemism ; Endemicity. 

Endepidenne. Endepidermis. 

Enderien, -ienne. Subcutaneous. 

Endennique. Endermic ; Endermatic. 

Endenuie. The introduction of medi- 
cinal substances through the skin by 
absorption. 

Endermisme. The practice of the pre- 
ceding (see Endermie). [misme. 

Endermose. See Endermie and Ender- 

Endhymenine. The internal membrane 
of pollen grains. 

Endoblaste. Endoblast ; Cytoblast. 

Endocarde. Endocardium. [cardial. 

Endocardiaque. Endocardiac ; Endo- 

Endocardique. Endocardial. 

Endocardite. Endocarditis. 

Endocarpe. Endocarp. [endocarp. 

Endocarpien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 

Endocervicite. Endocervicitis. 

Endochorion. Endochorion. 

Endochrome. Endochrome. 

Endocrane. Endocranium. 



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Endocranite. Inflammation of the en- 

docranium ; Endocranitis. 
Endocjonien, -ienne. A monster of the 

class endocyma. 
Endocyste. Endocyst. 
Endoderme. Endoderm, 
Endodermique. Endodermic, 
Endogastrite. Endogastritis. 
Endogene. Endogenous. 

Endognathe. Endognathal, adj. ; En- 
dognathion, s. 

Endogone ; Endogonium. Endogonium. 

Endolymphe. Endolymph. 

Endometrite. Endometritis. 

Endonephrite. Endonephritis. 

Endoparasite. Endoparasite. 

Endopericardite. End oper icard itis. 

Endopheride. Syconium. 

Endoph3die. Endophyte. 

Endoplevre. Endopleura. 

Endopodite. Endopodite. 

Endoptile. Endoptile. 

Endorrhize. Endorhizal. 

Endosarque. Endosarc. 

Endoscope. Endoscope. 

Endoscopie. Endoscopy. 

Endosmo-exosmose. Osmose ; Osmosis. 

Endosmo-exosmotique. Osmotic. 

Endosmometre. Endosmometer. 

Endosmometrie. Endosmometry, 

Endosmose. Endosmosis. 

Endosmotique. Endosmotic. 

Endospenne. Endosperm. 

Endospermique. Endospermic. 

Endospore. Endospore. 

Endospor^, -^e. Having an endospore, 

Endosquelette. Endoskeleton. 

Endosteite. Endosteitis. 

Endostome. Endostome (Biology). 

Endostyle. Endostyle. 

Endothelium. Endothelium. 

Endotheque. Endotheca. 

Enduit. Coating ; Layer. 

Endurcissement. Hardening. 

Eneme.Aslightly astringent preparation 
for application to bleeding wounds. 

En^oreme. A light and whitish mate- 
rial held in suspension in the urine 
of patients who have arrived at a 

Energie. Energy. [critical stage. 

Enervation. (1) Enervation ; Lassi- 
tude ; (2) Enervation ; Removal or 
section of a nerve, [tion of a nerve. 

Enerver. To perform removal or sec- 

Enfance. Childhood. 

Enfant. Child. 

Enfantement. Childbirth. 

Enfer de Boyle. Boyle's chemical vessel 
for heating mercury. 



Enflammer. S'-, To be the seat of 

inflammation. 
Enflure. Swelling ; Turgidness. 
Enfoncement. Fracture of the flat 

I bones with depression, [foncement. 
Enfongure. (1) Arthrodia; (2) See En- 
Enfouissement. The burying of the 
bodies of animals. [sheath. 

Engainant, -ante. Enveloping like a 
Engaine, -ee. Enclosed in a sheath. 

Engastrimysme, ou -m3rtisme. Ventril- 
Engelure. Chilblain. [oquism. 

Engisome. See Embarrure. 

Engorg^, -^e. Engorged ; Congested. 

Engorgement. Engorgement ; Ob- 
struction ; Vascular congestion. 

Engou6, -ee. Obstructed ; Choked up. 

Engouement. Obstruction ; Choking up. 

Engourdissement. Numbness ; Torpor. 

Engrais. Manure. 

Engraissement. (1) Fattening ; Cor- 
pulence ; (2) The manuring of soil. 

Engrenage, ou mieux, Engrenure. 
Sutura dentata and limbosa. 

Enkyste, -^e. Encysted. 

Enkystement. Encystment. 

Enkyster. S'-. To become encysted. 

Enneagyne. Enneagynous. 

Enneandre. Enneander. 

Ennui. Tediousness ; Vexation. 

Enode. Enodal. 

Enostose. Enostosis. 

Enregistreur. Appareil-. An apparatus 
that registers a physical or organic 
phenomenon. 

Enrouement. Hoarseness. 

Enroul6, -^e. Rolled up on itself ; 
Twisted. 

Enroulement. Twisting ; Rolling up. 

Ensal, -ale. Ensate. 

Ensellure. Exaggeration of the lumbar 
curve in pregnant women, in women 
with ovarian cysts, in persons 
affected with dropsy, etc. 

Ensemble. The whole ; The totality. 

Ensevelissement. Burial. 

Ensiforme. Ensiform. 

Entablure. The pivot part of scissors 
or of cutting forceps. 

Entamure. The lesion of a bone that 
only separates a very superficial 

Ente. Graft. [portion. 

Entendement. Understanding ; Intel- 
lect. 

Ent^radene. An intestinal gland. 

Enteradenographie. Enteradeno- 
graphy. 

Enteradenologie. Enteradenology. 

Ent^ralgie. Enteralgia. 

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Ent^rangiemphrazie. Intestinal ob- 
struction through strangulation. 

Enterectasie. Enterectasis. 

Enterectomie. Enterectomy. 

Enterelesie. Volvulus. 

Enterepiplocele. Enterepiplocele. 

Enterepiplomphalocele. Enterepiplom- 
phalocele. 

Ent^rien, -ienne ; Enterique. Enteric. 

Enterischiocele. Enterischiocele. 

Entente. Enteritis. 

Enterocele. Enterocele. 

Ent^roclysme. Operation for the relief 
of intestinal obstruction by means of 
liquid injections given underpressure 
(Cantani). 

Ent^ro-colite. Entero-colitis. 

Ent^ro-cystocele. Enterocystocele. 

Enterodothienie. Dothienenteritis. 

Enterodynie. Enterodynia. 

Entero-epiplocele. Entero-epiplocele. 

Enterographie. Enterography. 

Ent^rohemie. Sanguineous intestinal 
congestion. [rhage. 

Entero - h^morrhagie. Enterohemor- 

Entero-hydrocele. Enterohydrocele. 

Entero - hydromphale. Umbilical 
hernia with fluid in the sac. 

Entero'ide. Resembling intestine. 

Enterolithe. Enterolith. 

Enterologie. Enterology. 

Entero-merocele. Enteromerocele. 

Entero - mesenterique. Entero-mesen- 
teric. 

Entero - mesenterite. Tabes mesen- 
terica (see Carreau). 

Enteromphale. Umbilical hernia. 

Enteromyiase. Myiosis of the intes- 
tine ; The presence of larvae of flies 
in the intestine. 

Enteropathie. Enteropathy. 

Enteropathique. Enteropathie. 

Entero-peristole. Enteroperistole. 

Enterophlogie. Enterophlogia. 

Entero - pneumatose. Morbid produc- 
tion of intestinal gases. 

Enteroptose. Enteroptosis. 

Enterop3rrie. Dothienenteritis. 

Enterorrhagie. Enterorrhagia. 

Enterorrhaphie. Entercrrhaphy. 

Ent^rorrhee. Enterorrhea, or -oea. 

Entero-sarcocele. Enterosarcocele. 

Ent^roscheocele. Scrotal hernia. 

Enterose. Enterosis. 

Enterost^nose. Enterostenosis. 

Ent^rotome. Enterotome. 

Enterotomie. Enterotomy. 

Enterozoaire. Enterozoon. [tennent. 

Enterrement. Burying ; Burial ; In- 



Enthelminthe. An entoparasitic hel- 
minth, [depression of bone. 

Enthlasie. Fracture of the skull with 

Entier, -iere. Whole ; Entire (of a 
horse) ; Not dentate (of a leaf). 

Entity. Entity. [the head. 

Entoc^phalique. Entocephalic ; Within 

Entocyte. Entocyte. 

Entoderme. Entoderm. 

Entoglosse. The Hyoid bone. 

Entohelminthe. See Enthelminthe. 

Entomoleine. Chitin. 

Entomolith. An articulated fossil. 

Entomologie. Entomology. 

Entomomycete. Entomomycetes ; En- 
tomophyte, s. ; Entomophytous, adj. 

Entomophage. Insectivorous. 

Entomophjrte. Entomophyte, s. ; Ento- 
mophytous, adj. 

Entomozoaire. Entomozoaria, pi. 

Entomozoologie. Entomology. 

Entonnoir. Funnel ; Infundibulum of 
the pituitary body or of the cochlea ; 
Scyphus cochleae. 

Entonnoir f ^morali - vasculaire. The 
crural canal. 

Entonnoir membraneux. The opening 
in an artificial anus. 

Entonnoir des reins. The calicea of 
the kidneys. 

Entonnoir du trapeze. The part of the 
Trapezius which is sometimes blended 
with the Sterno-mastoid. 

Entoparasite. Entoparasite. 

Entophyte. Entophyte. 

Entoplasma. Protoplasm ; Endoderm. 

Entoptique. Entoptic. 

Entorse. Sprain ; Strain ; Twist. 

Entortille, -ee. Twined round ; Twisted. 

Entortill6e. Suture-. Hair-lip or twisted 

Entoscope. Endoscope. [suture. 

Entothoracique. Endothoracic. 

Entothorax. Endothorax. 

Entozoaire. Entozoon. [tines. 

Entrailles. Entrails ; Bowels ; Intes- 

Entrainement. Training (athletic, sani- 
tary, of a horse, etc.). 

Entraves. Shackles ; Fetters. 

Entrecoup^, -6e. Broken ; Intermit- 
tent ; Said of a normal or patho- 
logical action, the regularity of which 
is occasionally interrupted. 

Entre-croiaement. The reciprocal pas- 
sage of fibres in general, and more 
especially of the nerve tubes from 
one side of the median line to the 
other ; Their decussation. [neum. 
Entre-fesson. Intertrigo of the peri- 
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Entypose. The glenoid cavity of the 
scapula (on account of its lack of 

Enucleation. Enucleation. [depth). 

Enucleer. To enucleate, [no nucleolus. 

Enucleolaire ; Enucl^ole, -ee. Having 

Enula campana. Elecampane. 

Enuresie. Enuresis. [ment. 

Envahissement. Invasion ; Encroach- 

Enveloppe. Envelope ; Investing mem- 
brane. 

Envenimation. Infection with venom. 

Envenime, -^e. Infected ; Poisoned. 

Envie. (1) Pica (especially in pregnant 
women) ; (2) Hangnail ; Agnail ; 
(3) A birth-mark. 

Envoilure. The curve of scissors that 
are curved on the flat. 

Enzootie. Enzooty. 

Enzootique. Enzootic. 

Enzyme. Enzyme. 

Eolipyle. ^olipile ; A hollow sphere 
provided with a tube having a small 
opening ; the sphere is filled with 
alcohol, and by heating it the in- 
flamed vapour comes out forcibly, 
and is directed against any substance 
or body to raise its temperature. 

Eosine. Eosin. 

Epacmastique. Acmastic. 

Epacme. Strength ; Force ; Super- 
abundant activity. 

Epactal, -ale. Epactal. 

Epais, -aisse. Thick. 

Epaissi, -ie. Thickened. [trophy. 

Epaississement. Thickening ; Hyper- 

Epanchement. Effusion. 

Epanchement aeriforme, ou gazeux. 

^ Pneumothorax. [tysis. 

Epanchement h^moptyique. Hemop- 

Epanchement purulent. A collection 
of pus. [(2) Ecchymosis. 

Epanchement sanguin. (1) Apoplexy ; 

Epanchement urineux. Infiltration or 
extravasation of urine. 

Epanchement de synovie. Hydar- 
throsis ; Hydrarthrosis. 

Epanouissement. The branching of 
arteries ; The separation of the fu- 
niculi of the nerves. 

Epars, -arse. Scattered ; Dispersed. 

Eparvin. Spavin (Vet.). 

Epaule. Shoulder. 

Epeautre. Spelt, s. 

Ependjrmaire. Ependymal. 

Ependyme. Ependyma. 

Ependymite. Ependymitis. 

Eperlan. Smelt, s. 

Eperon. (1) Spur ; (2) Folds in the 
internal coats of arteries. 



Epervier. Four-tailed bandage to fix a 
dressing on the nose. 

^ph^lide. Ephelis ; Freckle. 

Eph^mere. Ephemeral. 

Ephialte. Ephialtes ; Nightmare. 

Ephidrose. Ephidrosis ; Perspiration. 

Ephippion; ^phippium. Ephippium; 
Sella turcica. [extra epiphysis. 

Epial. A point of ossification ; An 

Epiale. Said of a continuous and malig- 
nant fever, in which the patient feels 
at the same time hot and cold. 

Epian. Epian ; Framboesia ; The Yaws. 

Epiblaste. Epiblast. 

Epiblema. Epiblema. 

Epibole. Ephialtes ; Nightmare. 

Epibolie. Epiboly. [-thus. 

Epicanthis, ou -thus. Epicanthis, or 

]^picarde. Epicardium. 

Epicarpe. (1) A remedy applied to the 
wrist ; (2) Epicarp. 

Epicaume. Phlyctena on the cornea. 

Epice. An acrid and aromatic cohdi- 
ment. 

Epicephale ; Epicome. Epicoma. 

Epicerastique. Emollient ; Refreshing. 

Epichorion. Epichorion. 

Epichorial, -ale. Applied to that which 
is on or against the chorion. 

Epicline. Epiclinal. the colon. 

Epicolique. ,0n the colon ; Covering 

Epicome ; Epicephale. Epicoma. 

Epicondyle. (1) Epicondyle ; (2) The 
external condyle of the humerus. 

Epicondylien, -ienne. (1) Epieondylar; 
(2) Relating to the external condyle 
of the humerus. [muscle. 

Epicondylo - cubital. The Anconeus 

Epicondylo - radial. The Supinator 
brevis. 

Epicondylo-sus-metacarpien. The Ex- 
tensor carpi radialis brevior. 

Epicondylo - sus - phalangettien com- 
mun. The Extensor communis digi- 
torum (forearm). 

Epicondylo-sus-phalangettien du petit 
doigt. The Extensor minimi digit! 
(forearm). 

^picostal, -ale. On the ribs. 

EpicrdJie. Epicranium. 

EpicrdJiien, -ienne. Epicranial. 

Epicrase. Treatment by alterative and 
emollient medicines. 

l^picrise. Epicrisis. 

Epicyte. Epicyte. 

Epidemicite. Epidemicity. [Epidemy. 

Epidemie. Epidemic, s. ; Epidemia ; 

Epidemiologic. Epidemiology. 

Epidemique. Epidemic, adj. 



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l^pidenne. Epidermis ; Epiderm. 

]^pidenn6, -ee. Epidermal ; Having 
epidermis. 

Epidermidal, -ale. Epidermic. 

^pidermifere. Covered with epidermis. 

Epidennique. Epidermic. [-sation. 

Epidermisation. Epidermization, or 

Epidermoide. Epidermatoid, 

Epidermophore ; Epidermigere. 
Covered with epidermis. 

Epidermose. Epidermose. 

Epidese. The application of a ligature, 

Epididymaire. Epididymal ; Epididy- 

Epididyme. Epididymis. [mic. 

^pididymite. Epididymitis. 

Epidrome. Epidrome. 

Epiencephale. The posterior cerebral 
cell in the embryo. 

Epigastralgie. Epigastralgia. 

Epigastre. Epigastrium. 

Epigastrique. Epigastric. 

Epigastrocele. Hernia through the 
linea alba in the epigastric region. 

l^pig^, -6e. Epigeal. 

Epigeneme ; ^pigenese. Epigenesis. 

Epigenesique ; Epigenetique. Pertain- 
ing to epigenesis. 

Epigenie. Epigenesis ; Hypergenesis. 

Epigiuomene. A symptom that comes 
on during an illness, but which has 
nothing to do with it, and which is 
dependent on some obvious foreign 

Epiglotte. Epiglottis. [cause. 

l^piglottique. Epiglottic. [titis. 

]6piglottite. Epiglottiditis ; Epiglot- 

^pignathe. Epignathous, adj.; Epig- 
nathus, s. 

Epigonatis. The Patella ; The Knee. 

Epigone. Epigonium. 

Epigone. Superfoetation. 

^pigyne ; Epigenique. Epigynous. 

]6pi-hyal, -ale. Above the cornu of the 
hyoid. 

Epilaryngien, -ienne. Epilaryngeal. 

^pilateur, -trice. Epilatory, adj. ; 

Epilation. Epilation. [Epilatorium, s. 

i^pilatoire. Epilatory. 

^pilepsie. Epilepsy. 

^pileptique, adj. et s. Epileptic, adj. 
and v. [nous. 

^pileptogene. Epileptogenous, or -gi- 

Epileptoide. Epileptoid ; Epileptiform. 

^pilogisme. An empirical reasoning. 

Epimere. Epimeron. 

£pim6rite. Epimerite. 

Epinard. Spinach. 

^pine. Spine ; Thorn. 

^pine dorsale. The Spinal column. 

^pine du pubis. The Spine of the pubes. 



^pine sciatique. The Spine of the 

]^pin6phel03. Epistasis. [ischium 

Epineux, -euse. Spinous. 

Epineux. Transversaire-. The Multi- 

Epingle. Pin. [fidus spinse (muscle). 

Epiniere. Moelle-. The spinal cord or 

Epinyctide. Epinyctis. [marrow. 

Epioecie. An epidemic limited to a 
house or to a circumscribed locality. 

Epiomide. The highest part of the 
shoulder. 

Epione. (1) The internal surface of the 
decidua (Dutrochet) ; (2) Any mucous 
membrane (Oslander). 

Epiotique. Epiotic. 

^piparoxysme. A paroxysm that re- 
appears before the expected time. 

Epipastique. Epipastic. [body. 

Epiphanie. The external state of the 

Epipharjmx. Epijjharynx. 

Epiphenom^nal, -ale. Epiphenomenal. 

Epiphenomene. Epiphenomenon. 

^piphlogose. Very acute phlogosis. 

Epiphora. Epiphora. 

Epiphysaire. Epiphyseal, or -sial. 

Epiphyse. Epiphysis. 

Epiphyte. Epiphyte. 

Epiphytique. Relating to epiphytes. 

Epiphjrtisme. The production of epi- 
phytes. 

Epipl6rose. Epiplerosis ; Repletion. 

Epiplocele. Epiplocele. 

Epiplo-enterocele. Epiploenterocele. 

Epiploiique. Epiploic. 

Epiplo-ischiocele. Epiplo-ischiocele. 

Epiplolte. Epiploitis. 

Epiplo-m^rocele. Epiplomerocele. 

Epiplomphale. Epiplomphalocele. 

Epiploon. Epiploon ; Omentum. 

l^piplosarcomphale. Epiplosarcompha- 
locele. 

Epiplosch6ocele. Epiploscheocele. 

Epipodium. Epipodium. [thora. 

Epipolase. Fluctuation ; Tension ; Ple- 

Epipolique.^ Secretory ; Excretory. 

^pipolie ; Epipolisme. See Epipolase. 

Epirrhee. Discharge ; Supersecretion. 

Epirrhize. Epirrhizous. 

Epischese. Suppression of an evacua- 
tion, especially of the menses. 

Epischom^nie. Amenorrhea ; Dysmen- 

Episcleral, -ale. Episcleral. [orrhea. 

Episcleritis. Episcleritis. 

Episclerotical, -ale. Episcleral. 

Epis^masie. The first appearance of an 
affection, of a symptom, etc. 

Episiocele. Episiocele. 

Episioclisie. Episioclisia. 

Episiorrhaphie. Episiorrhaphy. 



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Episiostenose. Eijisiostenosis. 

Epispadias. Epispadias. 

£pispase. Epispasis. 

^pispasme. Violent and frequent efforts 

at inspiration during dyspnoea. 
^pispastique. Epispastic. 
Episperme. Episperm. 
Epispore. Episi^ore. 
Epistaphylin. The Palato-staphylinus 

muscle ; Azygos uvulae. 
Epistase. (1) Epistasis; (2) Epispasis ; 

Suppression. 
Epistation. Destruction of the cohesion 

of soft substances by crushing in a 
^pistaxis. Epistaxis. [mortar. 

Bpisternal, -ale. Relating to the Epi- 
Epistemite. Episternite. [sternum. 
Episternum. Epistemum. 
Episthotonos (inauvais mot). Empros- 
Epistome. Epistoraa. [thotonos. 

Epistrophee. Epistropheus ; The Axis. 
Episynangine. Pharyngeal spasm. 
Episynthetique, Above the synthesis ; 

Also used to designate a certain 

medical sect. 
Epitase. The first appearance of a 

disease, especially of a fever. 
Epithallln, -ine. Epithalline. 
l^pithelial, -ale ; Epitheliaque. Epi- 
l&pithelioide. Epithelioid. [thelial. 
Epithelioma. Epithelioma. 
ifipitheliomateux, -euse. Epithelio- 
Epithelique. Epithelial. [matous. 

Epithelium. Epithelium. 
lEpitheme. Epithem ; Epithema. 
Epithymie. Epithymia. 
Epitrochleal, -ale. Epitrochlear. 
l^pitrochlee. Epitrochlea ; The internal 

condyle of the humerus. 
l^pitrochleen, -eenne. Epitrochlear. 
Epitrochleo- (ou -lo) metacarpien. 

The Flexor carpi radialis muscle. 
ifipitrochleo- (ou -lo) palmaire. The 

Palmaris longus muscle. 
Epitrochleo- (ou -lo) phalangien com- 

mun. The Flexor sublimis digitorum 

muscle. [tor radii teres muscle. 

Epitrochleo- (ou -lo) radial. The Prona- 
Epizoaire. Epizoon. 
Epizootie. Epizooty. 
Epizootique. Epizootic. 
Epomide. See Epiomide. 
Eponge. Sponge. [Parovarium. 

^poophoron ; Epophore. Epoophoron ; 
Epreinte. (1) A uterine contraction 

during the pains of labour ; (2) Tenes- 
^ mus. 
Eprouvette. A graduated glass tube 

used as a gauge for gases or liquids. 



Epsomite. Epsom salts ; Sulphate of 
magnesium. 

Epuisemeut. Exhaustion ; Weariness. 

Epulide ; Epulie ; Epulis. Epulis. 

Epulotique. Epulotic. 

Epuration. Purification ; Purif3dng. 

Epyrele. Empyreumatic oil. 

Equateur. Equator. 

Equation. Equation. 

Equatorial, -ale. Equatorial. 

Equerrin, -inne. Set square. 

Equilibration. Equilibration. 

Equilibre. Equilibrium. 

Equin, -ine. Equinus (Talipes equinus) ; 
Relating to the horse. 

Equisetace, -ee. Pertaining to the 
equisetum. 

Equitant, -ante. Equitant. 

Equitation. Equitation. 

Equivalence. Equivalence, or -cy. 

Equivalent, -ente, adj.ets.m. Equiva- 
lent, s. and adj. 

Equivalve. Equivalve. 

Erable. Maple-tree. 

Eradicatif, -ive. Said of therapeutical 
means which are supposed to be 
capable of curing the disease and to 
prevent its return. 

Eradication. Eradication. 

Eraillement. An elongated rent or tear 
with irregular edges. 

Eraillement de la paupiere. Ectropion. 

Eraillement de la ligne blanche. Re- 
laxation of the linea alba. 

Eraillure. Abrasion ; Fret ; The lines 
on the abdomen after childbirth, etc. 

Erbiuin. Erbium. 

Erecteur, -trice. Erector. 

Erectile. Erectile. 

Erectilite. Erectility. 

Erection. Erection. 

Eremacausie. Eremacausis, 

Erethisme. Erethism. 

Ergasme. A state of activity. 

Ergastique. Relating to a surgical 
operation. 

Ergot. Ergot ; Spur (Birds). 

Ergot du chien. Dew-claw. 

Ergot de seigle, ou de ble. Ergot of rye. 

Ergots, -^e. Having an ergot ; Spurred. 

Ergotine. Ergotin. 

Ergotinine. Ergotinin. 

Ergotisme. Ergotism. 

Ericac^, -ee; Ericine, -ee. Pertaining 
to sweet heather. 

Encoline. Ericolin. 

Erigne. Blunt hook ; Sharp hooks used 
in dissecting. 

Eriophore. Eriophorous. 



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Erosif, -ive. Causing erosion ; Erosive. 
Erosion. Erosion, 
l^rotique. Erotic. 
Erotomanie. Erotomania. 
Erratique. Erratic ; Wandering. 
Erreur. Error. 
Errhin. Errhine. 
]6ruciforme. Eruciform. 
£rucique. Erucic. 
Eructation. Eructation. 
]^rugineux, -euae. Eniginous. 
l^ruptif, -ive. Eruptive. 
Eruption. Eruption. 
Erysip^lateux. Erysipelatous. 
Erysipele. Erysipelas, 
^ryth^mateux, -euse ; Eryth^matique. 

Erythematous. 
Erytheme. Erythema. [grises). 

Erythemogene. Rubefacient (Fonssa- 

Eryth^molde. Erythemoid. 
]6rjrthrine. Erythrin. 
^lythrine. Erythrina. 
Erythrisme. Erythrism. 

Erythrite. Erythrite ; Erythrol. 

l^rjrthrogene. Erythrogen. 

Erythroglycine. Erythroglucine. 

Erjrthroide. Erythroid. 

lErythroleine. Erythrolein. 

^rythrolitmine. Erythrolitmin. 

l^rythromannite. Erythrite. 

Erythrophloeine. Erythrophlein. 

Erythrophloeum. Erythrophleum. 

Erythrophthalme. Having red eyes. 

Erythrophylle. Erythrophyl. 

Erythropsine. Erythropsin. 

Erythrorrh^tine. Erythrorhetin. 

l&rythrose. Erythrose. 

Erjrthrosine. Erythrosin. 

Erjrthroxylon. Erythroxylon ; Coca. 

Erythnuie. Erythruria. 

Escalier. Ph^nomene de 1'-. A name 
given by Bowditch to a phenomenon 
in the registration of heart sounds, 

Escargot. Snail. 

Escarole, ou mieux, Scarole. Endive. 

Escarre, ou mietix, Eschai'e. Eschar ; 
Scab. 

Escarrification, ou mieux, Escharifica- 
tion. Production of an eschar ; Es- 
charosis. [Escharotic. 

Escarrotique, ou mieux, Escharotique. 

Esclavage. Slavery. 

Escrime. Fencing. 

Escul^tine. Esculetin. 

Esculine. Esculin. 

Esculique. Saponic. 

Esdragon ; Estragon. Tarragon. 

Es^r^. Calabar bean. 

^s^rine. Eserin. 



^soche. Internal haemorrhage. 
Esoderme. Esoderm. 
Espace. Space. 

Espece. Species ; Kind ; Sort. 
Esprit. Spirit ; Mind ; Sense. 
Esquille. Splinter of bone. 
Esquinancie. Quinsy. 
Essai. Testing ; Test. 
Essence. Essence. 

Essentialisation. Essentialisation (A 
medical system). [cal doctrine). 

Essentialisme. Essentialism (A medi- 
Essentialit^. Essentiality. 
Essentiel, -ielle. Essential. [ness. 

Essouflement. Anhelation ; Breathless- 
Esth^sie. Esthesia. 
Esth^siogene. Esthesiogenic. 
Esthesiologie. Esthesiology. 
Esth^siometre. Esthesiometer. 
Esth^sique. Pertaining to sensibility. 

Esthesodique. Esthesodic. 

Esthiomene. Esthiomene. 

Estival, -ale. Estival. 

Estivation. Estivation. 

Estomac. Stomach. 

Estragon. Tarragon. [tion. 

Esurite. Gastric ulcer caused by inani- 

Etablissement. Establishment ; Insti- 

]^tain. Tin ; Stannum. [tution. 

Etalon. Stallion. [Plating. 

Etamage. Tinning ; Quicksilvering ; 

^tamine. Stamen. 

Etang. Pond ; Pool. 

Etat. State ; Condition. 

Etau. Literally : A Vice (tool) ; The 
superior half of the convolution of 
the longitudinal fissure. 

6t^. Summer. 

^teint, -inte. Extinguished ; That 
which has lost its own characteristics. 

^tendue. Extent ; Expanse ; Space. 

Etemuement. Sneezing ; Sneeze. 

^thal. Ethal. 

Ethaldehyde. Ethaldehyd. 

l^thalique. Acide-. Palmitic acid. 

]^thane. Ethane. 

Athene. Ethene ; Ethylene. 

6ther. Ether. 

ith6T6, -6e. Ethereal. 

^th^rene. Ethylene. [ethers. 

Etherification. The formation of 

Eth^rique. Pertaining to aldehyds. 

Etherisation. Etherization, or -sation. 

Etheriser. To anaesthetise with ether. 

Ethdrisme. Etherism. 

Eth^rolde. Analogous to ether. 

Etherolature. The liquid resulting from 
I the direct action of vinyl ether on 
I some substances. 



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!^th^rol^. A liquid drug formed of 
vinyl ether and various remedies. 

^th^rolique. Having vinyl ether for 
excipient. 

Eth^rolotif. A preparation for external 
use having vinyl ether for excipient. 

^thiops. ^thiops. 

Ethmocephale. Ethmocephalus. [adj. 

Ethmoidal, -ale. Ethmoidal ; Ethmoid, 

Ethmoide. Ethmoid, s. [moid, adj. 

Ethmoldien, -ienne. Ethmoidal ; Eth- 

Ethnique. Ethnic. 

Ethnographie. Ethnography. 

Ethnologie. Ethnologic. 

Ethogene. Nitride of borium. 

]^thologie. Study of the habits of men 
and animals. 

^thologique. Pertaining to the study 

^ of the habits of men and animals. 

Ethuse. Ethusa. 

^thylamine. Ethylamin. 

]&thyle. Ethyl, 

ifithylene. Ethylene ; Olefiant gas. 

Ethylique. Ethylic. 

Ethylur^e. Ethylurea. 

Etincelle. Spark. 

£tiol6, -^e. Etiolate. 

^tiolement. Etiolation. 

Etioline. Etiolin. 

Etiologie. Etiology. 

^tiologique. Etiologie. [anaemia. 

Etique. Hectic ; Emaciated through 

Etisie. Emaciation. 

Etoffe, -^e. Having well developed 
muscular masses (Horse). 

l^toile. Star. 

Etonnement. Surprise ; Stupor. 

EtouflFement. Suffocation ; Oppression 

Etoupe. Tow. [in breathing. 

Etourdissement. Dizziness ; Giddi- 
ness ; Stunning ; Stupor ; Shock. 

Etranglement. Strangulation ; Incar- 

Etrangle, -^e. Strangulated, [aeration. 

l^tranguillon. Strangles (Vet.). 

^trier. (1) The Stapes ; (2) Bandage 

Etui. Sheath ; Case. [for the foot. 

Etui de I'hippocampe. The superior 
sphenoidal portion of the lateral 
ventricle of the brain. 

Etuve. Drying stove (Chemistry). 

Eucalyne. Eucalin. 

Eucalypte. Eucalyptus. 

Eucalyptol. Eucalyptol. 

Eucalyptus. Eucalyptus. 

Euchlorine. Euchlorin. 

Euchylie. Euchylia. 

Eucin^sie. Eucinesia ; Eukinesia. 

Eucrasie. Eucrasia. 

Eucrasique. Relating to eucrasia. 



Eudiapneustie. A good state of the 
perspiration. 

Eudiometre. Eudiometer. 

Eudiom^trie. Eudiometry. 

Eudiom^trique. Eudiometric. 

Eufraise. Euphrasia. 

Eugenesique. Pertaining to eugenesis. 

Eugenine. Eugenin. 

Eugenique. Eugenic. 

Eug^uol. Eugenol. 

Euhexie. Eucrasia ; Corpulence. 

Eukyesie. A normal pregnancy. 

Eulysine. A mixture of biliary com- 
pounds that has the appearance of a 

Eunuchisme. Eunuchism. [resin. 

Eunuque. Eunuch. 

Eupatoire. Agrimony ; Eupatorium. 

Eupatorine. Eupatorin. 

Eupepsie. Eupepsia. 

Eupeptique. Eupeptic. [tion. 

Euphlogie. Slight transitory inflamma- 

Euphorbe. Euphorbia ; Spurge. 

Euphorbiac^, -^e ; Euphorbia, -^e. Per- 
taining to euphorbia, adj. ; Euphor- 
biaceae. s.pl. 

Euphorbine. Euphorbin. 

Euphraise. Euphrasia. 

Euplastique. Euplastic. 

Eupnee. Eupnea, or -oea. [of the pulse. 

Eurhythmie. Eurhythmia ; Regularity 

Europhene. Europhen. [phalous. 

Euryc^phale. Eurycephalic ; Euryce- 

Eus^mie. The whole of the favourable 
symptoms during an illness. 

Eusomphalien, -ienne. Eusomphalus, 
s. ; Eusomphalous, adj. 

Eutaxie. Eutaxia. 

Euth^sle. Euthesia ; Euesthesia. 

Euthymie. Euthymia. 

Eutocie. Eutocia. 

Eutrophie. Eutrophia ; Eutrophy. 

Euxanthine. Euxanthin. 

Euxanthique. Said of euxanthin when 
it is considered an acid. 

Euzoodynamie. The soundness of the 
animal forces. 

Evacuant, -ante. Evacuant. 

Evacuateur, -trice. Evacuator, s. ; 
Excretory, adj. 

Evacuation. Evacuation. 

Evagination. Evagination. 

Evanescence. Evanescence. 

Evanescent, -ente. Evanescent. 

Evanouissement. Swoon ; Fainting- 
fit ; Syncope. 

Evaporable. Capable of evaporating. 

Evaporation. Evaporation. 

6vent^, -^e. Deadened (liquids) ; That 
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]^yentration. Eveutration. 

Evemique ; ^veminique. Everninic. 

Eversif, -ive. That causes e version. 

Inversion. Eversion of the teeth. 

l^videment. The removal of a sub- 
stance (bone, tissue, etc.) from a 
natural or accidental cavity. 

Evideur, -euse, adj. Applied to the 
person who removes, etc., or to the 
instrument with which the removal, 
etc., is accomplished. See Evide- 
ment. 

Evideur, s. Lithotrite (Civiale's). 

l^viration. Eviration. 

Evisceration. Evisceration. 

Evolutif, -ive. Pertaining to evolution. 

Evolutilit^. The process of evolution. 

Evolution. Evolution. 

l^volutionisme. Evolutionism. 

Evolutioniste. One who is a partisan 
of the hypothesis of evolution. 

l^vulsif, -ive. Evulsive ; Used for 

Evulsion. Evulsion. [evulsion. 

Exacerbation. Exacerbation. 

Exagere, -ee. Exaggerated. 

Exalgine. Exalgin. 

Exaltation. Exaltation. 

Examen. Examination. 

Exanastrophie. Recovery of health. 

Exangie. Exangia ; Exangeia. 

Exanie. Exania ; Prolapse of the 
rectum. [tous. 

Exanthemateux, -euse. Exanthema- 

Exanthematique. Exanthematic. 

Exantheme. Exanthem ; Exanthema. 

Exanthemogene. Producing an exan- 

Exanthese. Exanthesis. [them. 

Exarthreme ; Exarthrose. Dislocation 
in a diarthrosis. 

Exarticulation. Exarticulation. 

Exasperation. Exacerbation. 

Exbibition. Exosmosis; Oozing; Evapo- 

Excamation. Excarnation. [ration. 

Excavateur, -trice. Excavator, .t. ; 
Lithotrite, s. ; That excavates ; Ex- 
cavating, adj. 

Excavation. Excavation ; Cavity. 

Excentricit^. Excentricity ; The state 
of an organ which is not central. 

Excentrique. Excentric ; Not central. 

Excer^bration. Excerebration. 

Exces. Excess. 

Excipient. Excipient. 

Excipule ; Excipulum. Exciple. 

Excision. Excision. 

Excitabilite. Excitability. 

Excitant, -ante. Excitant, adj. 

Excitateur. Exciter ; Excitant ; Ex- 

Ezcitation. Excitation. [citor. 



Excitement. Excitement (in the sense 
of re-establishment of the action of 
the brain interrupted by sleep, etc. ). 

Excito-moteur, -trice. Excito-motor. 

Excito-r6flexe. Excito-reflex. 

Excoriation. Excoriation. 

Excreation. Excreation ; Exscreation. 

Excrement. Excrement. [tious. 

Excrementitiel, -elle. Excrementi- 

Excrementition. The process of the 
formation of the excrementi tious 
fluids. 

Excr^mento-r^crementitieL Said of a 
fluid which is destined to be partly 
excreted and partly re-absorbed into 
the economy (milk, saliva, tears). 

Excreta. Excreta. 

Excreteur, -trice. Excretory. 

Excretine. Excretin. 

Excretion. Excretion. 

Excretoire. Excretory. 

Excretol^ique. Applied to an oily 
acid substance extracted from fseces. 

Excroissance. Excrescence. 

Excroissant, -ante. That grows up 
from or out of the earth, etc. 

Excurvation. (1) Excurvation (of the 
eyelids) ; (2) Oyphosis ; Kyphosis. 

Exdermoptosis. Hypertrophy of the 
subcutaneous sebaceous glands and 
follicles, generally around the genital 
organs. 

Exemption. Exemption from military 
service through physical defect. 

Exencephale. Exencephalus, or -Ion. 

Exenc^phalie. Exencephaly. 

Exenteration. Exenteration. 

Exenterite. Exenteritis. 

Exercice. Exercise. 

Exerese. Exeresis. 

Exert, -erte. Exsert ; Exserted. 

Exfoetation. Exfetation ; Exfcetation. 

Exfoliatif, -ive. Exfoliative, 

Exfoliation. Exfoliation. 

Exhalaison. Effluvium ; Miasma. 

Exhalant, -ante. Exhalant. 

Exhalation. Exhalation. 

Exhaustion. Exhaustion. 

Exhilarant, -ante. Exhilarant. 

Exhumation. Exhumation. 

Exinanition. Extreme inanition. 

Existence. Existence ; Being. 

Exocardiaque. Exocardiac ; Exocardial. 

Exocardite. Exocarditis. 

Exocarpe. Exocarp. [crescence. 

Exoche. Condyloma of the anus ; Ex- 

Exochorion. Exochorion. 

Exocyste. Retroversion of the bladder. 

Exoderme. Ectoderm. 



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Ezodique. Exodic. 

Exogene. Exogenous. 

Exogamie. Exogamy. 

Exogamique. Exogamie. 

Exoine. A medical certificate for ex- 
emption (Med. Jurisprudence). 

Exometre. Retroversion of the uterus. 

Exomphale. Exomphalos. 

Exomphalie. Exomphaly. 

Exomphalocele. Omphalocele. 

Exouirose. Oneirogmus. 

Exophthalmie. Exophthalmos, or -mus. 

Exophthalmique. Exophthalmic. 

Exorbitis. Exophthalmos. 

Exorbitisme. (1) Exophthalmos ; (2) 
Enucleation of the eye. 

Exosmometre. Endosmometer. 

Exosmose. Exosmosis ; Exosmose. 

Exosmotique. Exosmotic. 

Exospore. Exospore. 

Exosquelette. Exoskeleton. 

Exostome. Exostome. 

Exostose. Exostosis. 

Exotheque. Exotheca. 

Exotique. Exotic. 

Expansibility. Expansibility. 

Expansible. Expansible. 

Expansif, -ive. Expansive. 

Expansion. Expansion. 

Expectant, -ante. Expectant. 

Expectantisme. Any excess in the ad- 
ministration of expectant medicines. 

Expectation. Expectation. 

Expectorant, -ante. Expectorant. 

Expectoration. Expectoration. 

Experience. Experience ; Experiment. 

Experimental, -ale. Experimental. 

Experimentation. The art of experi- 
menting. 

Experimente, -ee. That has been ex- 
perimented upon. 

Expert. Expert. 

Expertise. The act of experimenting 
(medically, chemically, etc.) to 
further the ends of justice. 

Expirateur, -trice. Expiratory. 

Expiration. Expiration. 

Expire, -ee. Expired ; Exhaled. 

Expletif, -ive. Commissural. 

Explorateur, -trice. Exploratory, adj. ; 
Explorator, s. ; Explorer, s. 

Exploration. Exploration. 

Explosif, -ive. Explosive. 

Explosion. Explosion. 

Exposition. Exposure ; Exposing. 

Expression. Expression. 

Expuer. To spit out saliva, mucus, 
or blood. 

Expuition. Spitting out saliva. 



Expulsif, -ive. Expulsive. 

Expulsion. Expulsion. 

Expulteur, -trice. Expulsive. 

Expurgant, ou -geant. Expurgating ; 
Cathartic. [purative action. 

Expurgation. Superpurgation ; De- 

Exsangue. Exsanguine ; Bloodless. 

Exscreation. Exscreation. 

Exsert, -erte. Exsert ; Exserted. 

Exsertion. The exserted state ; In- 
sertion (Candolle). 

Exsiccation. Exsiccation. [stipulate. 

Exstipulace, -ee ; Exstipulaire. Ex- 

Exstrophie. Exstrophy. 

Exstro version. Extroversion. 

Exsuccion. Extraction of a poison by 

Exsudat. Exudate, s. [suction. 

Exsudatif, -ive. Exudative. 

Exsudation. Exudation. 

Exsudatoire. Exudative. 

Extase. Ecstasy. 

Extemporan^, -ee. Extemporaneous. 

Extenseur. Extensor. 

Extenseur de I'avant bras. The Tri- 
ceps muscle. [muscle. 

Extenseur du coccyx. The Coccygeus 

Extenseur conunun des doig^ts. Ex- 
tensor communis digitorum (hand), 

Extenseur propre du doigt indicateur. 
Extensor indicis. 

Extenseur propre du petit doigt. Ex- 
tensor minimi digiti. 

Extenseur de la jambe. The Quadri- 
ceps extensor cruris. 

Extenseur court des orteils. Ex- 
tensor brevis digitorum (foot). 

Extenseur long des orteils. Extensor 
longus digitorum (foot). 

Extenseur propre du gros orteil. Ex- 
tensor proprius pollicis (foot). 

Extenseur du pied. The Gastrocne- 
mius and Soleus (as one muscle). 

Extenseur court du pouce. Extensor 
primi internodii pollicis (hand). 

Extenseur long du pouce. Extensor 
secundi internodii pollicis (hand). 

Extensibility. Extensibility. 

Extensible. Extensible. 

Extension. Extension. 

Extenuation. Extenuation ; The last 
degree of fatigue. 

Exterieur, -ure. Exterior. 

Exterioration des amputes. Sensation 
referred to a limb which has been re- 
moved. 

Exteriorite. The psychical act by which 
sensations are referred to external 
objects. [Extern. 

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Exteme, adj. External. 

Extinction. Extinction. 

Extine. Extine. 

Extirpation. Extirpation. 

Extracapsulaire. Extracapsular. 

Extracourant. Extra-current. 

Extracteur. Extractor. 

Extractif, -ive. Extractive. 

Extractiforme. Resembling an extract. 

Extraction. Extraction. 

Extracto-resineux, -euse. Applied to 
an extract resembling a resin, or 
vice versd. 

Extrafoliace, -ee. Extrafoliaceous. 

Extrait. Extract ; Extractum. 

Extrait thebaique. Liquid extract of 
opium. 

Extra -peritoneal, -ale. Outside the 
peritoneum ; Extra-uterine (in speak- 
ing of pregnancy). 

Extravasation. Extravasation. 

Extra-vasculaire. Outside the vessels. 

Extravase, -ee. Extravasated, 

Extraxillaire. Outside the axilla. 

Extremite. Extremity, 

Extrorse. Extrorse. 

Extrorsion. The fact of appearing on 
the surface or outside. 

Extroversion. Extroversion ; Exstrophy. 

Extumescence Extumescence. 

Exubere. Exuber ; Weaned. 

Exulceration. Exulceration. 

Exulcereux, -euse. Phagedenic ; De- 
rived from an ulcer. 

Exutoire. Issue. 

Exuviable. Capable of exuviating. 

Fabac^, -^e. Pertaining to a bean. 

Face. Face. 

Facette. Facet. 

Facial, -ale. Facial. 

Facies. Facies. [ficial. 

Factice. Factitious ; Fictitious ; Arti- 

Faculte. Faculty. 

Fagine. Fagin. [(pig)- 

Fagoue. Sweetbread (calf) ; Pancreas 

Faible. Feeble ; Weak. 

Faiblesse. Weakness. 

Faim. Hunger. [eat. 

Faim valle. An irresistible longing to 

Falne. Beech-nut. 

Faisan. Pheasant. 

Faisand^, -^e. High (speaking of game). 

Faisceau. Bundle ; Fasciculus. 

Fait. Fact. [still in the uterus. 

Faix. The Foetus and its adnexa whilst 

Falcaldine. A variety of syphiUs. 

Falcifere. Having falciform organs. 

Falciforme. Falciform. 



Falqu4, -^e. Falcate. 

Falsification. Falsification. 

Faltrank. A Swiss vulnerary. 

Famille. Family. 

Famine. Famine. 

Fanon. (1) Dewlap ; Fetlock ; (2) An 

old kind of splint or bandage made 

of straw. 
Fanon. Faux-. A kind of linen pad used 

underneath the ' Fanon ' (2) {q. v. ). 
Fanon. Drap-. A piece of linen used 
Farad. Farad. [with splints. 

Faradisation ; Faradisme. Faradiza- 
tion, or -sation ; Faradism. 
Farcin. Farcy ; Farcin (Vet.). 
Faxcineux, -euse. Pertaining to farcy ; 

Affected with farcy. 
Fard. Paint (for the skin). 
Fardeau. (1) Burden ; Load ; Weight ; 

(2) After-burden ; After-birth. 
Farinac^, -^e. Farinaceous. 
Farina. Flour ; Farina ; Meal. 
Farineux, -euse. Farinaceous. 
Fascia. Fascia. 
Fascial, -ale. Fascial. 
Fasciation. Fasciation (Biology). 
Fasciculant, -ante. Fasciculating. 
Fascicule. Fasciculus ; Fascicule, [late. 
Fasciculi, -^e. Fasciculated ; Fascicu- 
Fasciculisation. The arrangement of 

fibres in fasciculi. [tion (Biology). 
Fascie. An organ affected with fascia- 
Fascie, -ee. Affected with fasciation 

(Biology). [stage of hypnotism. 

Fascination. Fascination ; The first 
Fasciole. Fasciole. 

Fastigie, -^e. Fastigiated ; Fastigiate. 
Fastigiiun. Fastigium ; The acme of a 
Fatalisme. Fatalism. [disease. 

Fatigue. Fatigue. 

Fatuisme ; Fatuite. Fatuity ; Amen- 
Fau. Beech-tree. [tia ; Dementia. 

Faucet ; Fausset. Falsetto voice. 
Faune. Fauna. 

Fausse membrane. False membrane. 
Fausset. See Faucet. [cal, etc.). 

Fauteuil. Arm-chair (surgical, obstetri- 
Faux. Falx. 

Faux du cerveau. Falx cerebri. 
Faux du cervelet. Falx cerebelli. 
Faux, fausse. False. 
Fausse couche. Miscarriage. 
Faveux, -euse. Favous; Favose. 
Favus. Favus. 
F^bricitant, -ante. Suffering from 

febricity or feverishness. 
F^bricule. Febricula. 
Febrifuge. Febrifugal, adj. ; Febrifuge, 
Febrile. Febrile. [owZ;. and «. 



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Fecal, -ale. Faecal ; Fecal. 
F^califorme ; Fecalo'ide. Fsecaloid ; 
Feces. Faeces ; Feces. fFecaloid. 

Fecondant, -ante. Fertilizing. 
Fecondateur, -trice. That brings about 

fecundation. 
Fecondation. Fecundation. 
Fecondite. Fecundity. 
F^cule. Fecula. 

Feculent, -ante. Fseculent ; Feculent. 
Feculifere. That gives fecula. 
Feculite. Any immediate principle 

isomeric with fecula. 
F^garite ; Fegra. Fegaritis ; Gan- 
grenous stomatitis. [(Vet.). 
Feinte. A slight lameness of a horse 
Felien, -ienne ; Felin, -ine. Feline. 
Fellique ; Fellinique. Fellic. 
Felure. Fissure ; Incomplete fracture 

(of the cranial bones). 
Femelle. Female (of animals). 
Feminin, -ine. Feminine. 
Femininity. Femininity. 
Feminisme. Feminism. 
Femme. Woman. 
Femoral, -ale. Femoral. 
Femorali-vasculaire. Relating to the 

thigh and its vessels, also to the 

crural canal and its contents. 
F^moro-cutane (Nerf). The External 

cutaneous nerve of the lumbar plexus. 
Femoro-genital (Nerf). The Genito- 

crural nerve of the lumbar plexus. 
Femoro-poplitee. Nevralgie-. Sciatica. 
F^moro-popliti-tibial (Muscle). The 

Popliteus muscle. 
Femoro-pretibial (Nerf). The Internal 

branch of the long saphenous nerve. 
F^moro -tibial, -ale. Femoro-tibial. 
Femur. Femur [pi. Femora). 
Fenfitre. Fenestra. 
Fenetre ovale. Fenestra ovale. 
Fenetre ronde. Fenestra rotunda. 
Fenetr^, -ee. Fenestrated. 
Fenouil. Fennel. 
Fente. Cleft ; Crevice ; Fissure. 
Far. Ferrum ; Iron. 
Fer-chaud. Heartburn ; Pyrosis. 
Ferin, -ine. Ferine ; Dry and obstinate 
Ferment. Ferment. [(cough). 

Fermantatif, -iva. Fermentative. 
Farmantation. Fermentation. 
Fermente, -6e. Fermented. 
Fermentescent, -ante. Fermentative. 
Ferrate. Ferrate. [its compounds. 

Ferre, -6e. Containing iron or one of 
Ferreux, -eusa. Ferrous. 
Ferrifere. Ferriferous. 
Ferrique. Ferric. 



Farrocyanogene. Ferrocyanogen. 

Farrocyanura. Ferrocyanide. 

Ferruginaux, -euse. Ferruginous ; 
Chalybeate. 

Ferrure. (1) Alloy of iron with another 
metal ; (2) Shoeing a horse. 

Fassa. Buttock. 

Fessier, -iere. Gluteal. 

Fessiar. Grand-. Gluteus maximus. 

Fessier. Moyen-. Gluteus medius. 

Fassier. Patit-. Gluteus minimus. 

Fastonne, -ea. Festooned. 

Fastonnea du cardia. Ligna-. Rounded 
whitish edge of the oesophageal 
mucous membrane at its junction 
with the mucous membrane of the 

Fetida. Fetid. [stomach. 

Fetidite. Fetidness. 

Feu. Fire ; Actual cautery. 

Feu celeste. Gangrenous erysipelas. 

Fau da dents. Strophulus. 

Fau persique. Zona. 

Fau sacre. Erysipelas. [sipelas. 

Fau Saint-Antoine. Gangrenous ery- 

Fau volaga. Patches of erythema on 
the face and neck of hysterical women 

Fauillage. Foliage. [or of children. 

Fauillaison. Foliation. 

Fauilla. Leaf. 

Feuille, -ea. Foliate. 

Feuillat. (1) A thin layer of a fascia, 
etc. ; (2) The third stomach of rumi- 
nants, [layer. 

Feuillat^, -^a. Composed of a thin 

Feutrage. (1) In anatomy, the natural 
interlacing of filaments or fibres ; (2) 

Fautre. Felt. [Felting. 

F^va. Bean. 

Feverola. Horse-bean. 

Fibralbumine. Globulin. 

Fibre. Fibre. 

Fibre axe. Axis-cylinder ; Axial fibre. 

Fibre-cellule. Unstriped muscular fibre. 

Fibraux, -ausa. Fibrous. 

Fibrification. Fibration ; The forma- 
tion of fibres. [Fibroid. 

Fibrillaira. Fibrillary ; Fibrillar ; 

Fibrillation. Fibrillation. 

Fibrilla. Fibril ; Fibrilla. 

Fibrille, -ea. Fibrillary ; Fibrillar. 

Fibrine. Fibrin. 

Fibrine, -6e. Giving fibrin. 

Fibrineux, -ausa. Fibrinous. 

Fibrinogena. Fibrinogen. 

Fibrinoplastiqua. Fibrinoplastic. 

Fibro-cartilaga. Fibro-cartilage. 

Fibro-cartilagineux,-ausa. Fibro-carti- 
laginous. 

Tibro-cellulaire. Fibro-cellular. 



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Fibro-chondrite, Fibro-chondritis. 

Fibro-cystique. Fibro-cystic. 

Fibro - dermique. Dermo - muscular ; 
Musculo-dermic. 

Fibroide ; Fibrillaire. Fibroid, 

Fibroine. Fibroin. 

Fibro -kystique. Fibro-cystic. [sum. 

Fibroma-moUuscum. Molluscum fibro- 

Fibrome. Fibroma. 

Fibro-muqueux, -euse. Fibro-mncous. 

Fibro-myxome. Fibro-myxoma. 

Fibro-plastique. Fibro-plastic. 

Flbro-s^reux, -euse. Fibre-serous. 

Fibro-vasculaire. Fibro- vascular. 

Fibulation. Infibulation. 

Fie. Fig-wart. 

Ficaire. Ficary. 

Ficarine. Ficarin. 

Ficoine. Ficoin. 

Fiel. Gall ; Bile. 

Fiente. Dung (of some animals). 

Fievre. Fever. 

Fievreux, -euse. Feverish. 

Figue. Fig. [or form. 

Figure, -ee. Having a definite shape 

Figure. The Face ; Form ; Shape. 

Fil. Thread for sutures, etc. ; Filum ; 
A thread - like structure. As a 
popular term : Small warts of the 
face and hands. 

Fil terminal. Filum terminale (pia 

Fil m^tallique. Wire. [mater). 

Filaire. Filaria; Thread-worms. 

Filament. Filament. 

Filament axile des tubes nerveux. 
Axis-cylinder. [mentous. 

Filamenteux, -euse. Thready ; Fila- 

Filandres. Air-threads ; Strings (of 
plants) ; Fibres ; Filaments. 

Filandreux, -euse. Said of tissues, 
vessels, etc., that are hanging in 

Filasse. Tow. [shreds. 

Filet. (1) The ramifications of the 
smallest vessels and nerves (Ana- 
tomy) ; (2) Frsenura. 

Filet de la langue. Fraenum linguae. 

Filet du prepuce. Frsenum of the 

Filiation. Filiation. [penis. 

Filiforme. Filiform. 

Filtrage ; Filtration. Filtration. 

Filtratum. The liquid that has under- 
gone filtration. 

Filtre. Filter ; Filtrum. [(pia mater). 

Filum terminale. Filum terminale 

Fimbria. Taenia hippocampi ; Corpus 
Fimbria, -^e. Fimbriated, [fimbriatum. 
Final, -ale. Final. 

Finality. Hypothesis of final causation. 
Finesse. Delicacy (of the senses). 



Fiole. Phial. 

Fis^tine. Fisetin ; Fustin. 

Fissiculation. An incision with a 

Fissile. Fissile. [scalpel (old word). 

Fissipare. Fissiparous. 

Fissiparie ; Fissiparit^. Fissiparation. 

Fissuraire. Resembling a fissure. 

Fissuration. Fissuration. 

Fissure. Fissure. 

Fistulation. The passing of an abscess, 
etc., to a fistulous state. 

Fistule. Fistula. 

Fistuleux, -euse. Fistulous ; Fistular ; 

Fixation. Fixation. [Fistulate. 

Fixe. Fixed. 

Fixity. Fixity. 

Flabellation. Flabellation. 

Flabelle, -ee. Flabellate. [late. 

Flabelliforme. Flabelliform ; Flabel- 

Flabellum. Flabellum. 

Flaccide. Flaccid. 

Flaccidite. Flaccidity. 

Flacherie. Flachery. 

Flagellate. Flagellate. 

Flagellation. Flagellation. 

Flagelle, -ee. Flagellate. 

Flagellum. Flagellum. 

Flair. Scent (hound). [odour. 

Flairer. To smell ; To recognise an 

Flanune. (1) Flame ; (2) German phle- 
botomy, [flames. 

Flamme, -ee. Having marks resembling 

Flammette. German phlebotomy. 

Flanc. Flank ; Side. 

Flanelle. Flannel. 

Flateux, -euse. That gives off flatus. 

Flatulence. Flatulence. 

Flatulent, -ente. Flatulent. 

Flatuosit^. Flatulency and its effects ; 
Pneumatosis. [lowish. 

Flavescent, -ente. Flavescent ; Yel- 

Flavine. Flavin. 

Fleches. Cauterisation en-. Cauterisa- 
tion by pencils or sticks of chloride 
of zinc having the shape of arrow- 
heads, [flexion. 

Fl^chisseur. Flexor ; That brings about 

Fl^chisseur du coccyx. The Coccygeus 
muscle. [anticus. 

Fl^chisseur du cubitus. The Brachialis 

Fl^chisseur de la cuisse. The Psoas 
and Iliacus. 

Fl^chisseur profond des doigts. Flexor 
profundus digitorum (arm). 

Fl^chisseur sublime ou superficiel des 
doigts. Flexor sublimis digitorum 
(arm). 

Fl^chisseur (court) du petit doigt. 
Flexor brevis minimi digiti (hand). 



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Flechisseur (court) commun des or- 
teils. Flexor brevis digitorum (foot). 

Flechisseur (long) commun des orteils. 
Flexor longus digitorum (foot). 

Flechisseur (court) du gros orteil. 
Flexor brevis pollicis (foot). 

Flechisseur (long) du gros orteil. 
Flexor longus pollicis (leg). 

Flechisseur (court) du petit orteil. 
Flexor brevis minimi digiti (foot). 

Flechisseur (court) du petit doigt. 
Flexor brevis minimi digiti (hand). 

Flechisseur (court) du pouce. Flexor 
brevis pollicis (hand). 

Flechisseur (long) du pouce. Flexor 
longus pollicis (hand). [(arm). 

Flechisseur du radius. The Biceps 

Flegme ; Phlegme. Phlegm. 

Fleur. Flower. 

Fleuraison. Efflorescence (of flowers). 

Flexibilite. Flexibility. 

Flexible. Flexible. 

Flexion. Flexion. 

Flexueux, -euse. Flexuous. 

Flocculus. Flocculus. 

Flocon. Flock ; Flake. 

Floconneux, -euse. Flaky. 

Floraison. See Fleuraison. 

Floral, -ale. Floral. 

Flore. Flora. 

Flottant, -ante. Floating. 

Fluctuation. Fluctuation. 

Fluent, -ente. That oozes ; That runs. 

Fluer. To flow or to run from an 
organ. [Whites. 

Flueurs blanches. Leucorrhea, or -cea ; 

Fluide. Fluid, s. and adj. 

Fluidifiant, -ante. Liquefacient. 

Fluidificateur, -trice. Applied to cer- 
tain agents (ferments, gastric juice) 
that have the property of making 
certain solid substances pass to the 
liquid state without these last being 
dissolved in any liquid. 

Fluidification. Passage of a body to 

Fluidity. Fluidity. [the fluid state. 

Fluobore, -6e; Fluoborique. Fluoboric; 
Containing fluorine and boron. 

Fluor. Fluorine ; Fluorin. 

Fluoresceine. Fluorescein. 

Fluorescence. ' Fluorescence. 

Fluorescent, -ente. Fluorescent. 

Fluorescine. Fluorescin. 

Fluorethyle. Hydrofluoric ethyl, 

Fluorhydrate. Fluoride ; Fluorid. 

Fluorhydric. Hydrofluoric. 

Fluoride. Fluorid. 

Fluorure. Fluoride ; Fluorid. 

Fluvial, -ale ; Fluviatile. Fluvial. 



Flux. Flux. 

Fluxion. Fluxion ; Congestion. 

Fluxion periodique des yeux. Periodic 
ophthalmia. 

Fluxion de poitrine. Pneumonia. 

Focal, -ale. Focal. 

Focile. Focil. 

Foeces. Faeces. 

Foeniculum. Fceniculum ; Fennel. 

Fcetal, -ale. Foetal ; Fetal. 

Foeticide. Foeticide ; Feticide. 

Foetus. Foetus ; Fetus. 

Foie. Liver, 

Foin. Hay. 

Foliace, -ee. Foliaceous. 

Foliation, Foliation. 

Folie. Madness ; Folly ; Frenzy, 

Foli^, -ee. Foliated. 

Foliole. Foliole. 

FoUicule. Follicle. 

FoUiculeux, -euse. Follicular. 

FoUiculite. Folliculitis. 

Fomentation. Fomentation, 

Fonction. Function. 

Fonctionnel, -elle. Functional. 

Fonctionnement. The working or 
operating of a function. 

Fondamental, -ale. Fundamental. 

Fondant, -ante. Dissolvent. 

Fondement. Fundament ; Anus. 

Fongiforme. Fungiform. 

Fongine; Fungine. Fungin. 

Fongoide. Fungoid. 

Fongosite. Fungosity. 

Fongueux, -euse. Fungous. 

Fongus. Fungus. 

Fontaine. Issue ; Cautery. 

Fontanelle. Fontanelle ; Fontanel. 

Fonte. Melting (metal) ; Melting away ; 
Resorption ; Disaggregation. 

Fonte. Cast-iron. 

Fonticule. Issue ; Cautery. 

Foramen ; Foramina. Foramen ; Fora- 
mina. [(Vet.). 

Forbature ; Forbissure. Foundering 

Force. Force ; Power ; Energy. 

Forceps. Forceps (generally obstetric). 

Forceps-scie. A cephalotribe with a 
chain saw. 

Forcipressure. Forcipressure. 

Foret. Drill. 

Formaldehyde. Formaldehyd. 

Formanilide. Formanilid. 

Formateur, -trice. Formative. 

Formation. Formation. 

Forme. Form. 

Forme. Ring-bone (Vet.). 

Formicant, -ante. Formicant. 

Formication. Formication. 



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Formique. Formic. 
Formulaire. Formulary. 
Fonnule. Formula. 
Formyle. Formyl. 
Fornix. Fornix. 
Fort, -te. Strong. 

Fortifiant, -ante. Fortifying ; Strength- 
ening. 
Fortraiture. Over- fatigue (horse, etc. ; 

Vet.). 
Fosse. Hole ; Pit ; Depression ; Fossa. 
Fossette. Dimple ; Foveola. 
Fossile. Fossil. 

Fossilification ; Fossilisation. The pro- 
cess of becoming a fossil. 
Fou ; FoUe, adj. Mad ; Senseless. 
Fou, s.m. ; FoUe, s.f. Madman ; Mad- 
woman. 
Foudre. Lightning ; Thunder and 

lightning ; Thunderbolt. 
Foudroyant, -ante. Fulminating ; 
Crushing ; Sudden and overwhelming. 
Fougere. Fern. 
Fougerole. Small fern. 
Foulage. A form of manipulation of 

the tissues in massage. 
Foul^, -ee. Sprained, 
Fouloir. A dental instrument for 

filling teeth. 
Foulure. Sprain, 
Fourbature ; Fourbissure ; Fourbure. 

Foundering (Vet.). 
Fourbu, -ue. Foundered (Vet.). 
Fourchette. (1) Frog (Vet.) ; (2) Four- 
chette ; (3) An instrument to steady 
the tongue in division of the frsenum 
linguae. 
Fourchette du sternum. The inter- 
clavicular notch of the sternum. 
Fourchette vulvaire. The Fourchette. 
Fourmi. Ant. 
Fourmiliere. Ant hill. 
Fourmillement. Formication. 
Foumeau. Stove. 
Fourrage. Fodder (Vet.). 
Fourreau. Sheath ; Scabbard ; The 

prepuce of domestic animals, 
Fov^olaire. Resembling a foveola. 
Fov^ole, -ee. That has pits or dimples. 
Foyer. Focus ; Seat (of a disease, etc.). 
Fractionn^, -ee. Administered several 
times in small doses ; Distilled several 
times at diflferent temperatures. 
Fractionnement. Segmentation ; Em- 
bryotomy. 
Fracture. Fracture. 
Fragment. Fragment. 
Fragmentation. Fragmentation, 
Fragrant, -ante. Fragrant. 



Frai. Spawn. 

Fraise de veau. The mesentery of the 
calf. 

Framboesia. Frambesia ; Framboesia. 

Framboise. Raspberry. 

Frange. Fringe. 

Frange, -^e. Fringed. 

Franguline. Frangulin. 

Franklinisation. Franklinisation, or 
-zation. 

Frappement. A method of massage 
by light blows. 

Frater. A low-class medical man. 

Fraude, -4e. Falsified. 

Fraxin ; Fraxine ; Fraxinine. Fraxin. 

Frein. Frsenum. 

Fr^missement. Shivering ; Rigor ; 
Thrill ; Tremor. 

Fremissement cataire. Furring tremor 
of the heart. 

Fr^nateur, -trice. That moderates, 
stops, or suspends. 

Frenesie ; Phren^sie. Frenzy. 

Fren^tique ; Phr^netique. Frenetic, 

Frequence. Frequency. 

Friability. Friability, 

Friable. Friable, 

Friction. Friction. 

Frigidarium. A room for cold douches. 

Frigidite. Frigidity. 

Frigorifique. Frigorific. 

Frimas. Hoar-frost, 

Fringalle, See Faim valle. 

Frisson. Rigor ; Shivering ; Shiver, 

Frissonnement. Shivering ; Shiver. 

Froid, s. Cold, s. ; Coldness. 

Froid, -de, adj. Cold, adj. 

Froidure. Congelation. 

Froissement, Bruising ; Contusion (by 
violent friction), 

Froissement pulmonaire. Friction 
sound or Fremitus. 

Frolement. Rustling, 

Frolement hydatique. Hydatic fre- 
mitus, 

Frdlement p^ricardiaque, ou pleural. 
Friction sound(pericardium or pleura), 

Fromage. Cheese. 

Froment. Wheat. 

Froment^, -^e. Having the colour of 
wheat. [frown. 

Fronce. Each wrinkle caused by a 

Fronce, -ee. Frowning, 

Froncement. Frown. 

Fronde. Four-tailed bandage. 

Front. Forehead ; Frons. 

Frontal, -ale. Frontal. 

Fronto - ethmoidal, -ale. Fronto - eth- 
moidal. 



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Fronto-nasal, -ale. Fronto-nasal. 
Fronto-pari^tal, -ale. Fronto-parietal. 
Fronto-soiircilier, -lere. Fronto-super- 

ciliary. 
Frottement. Rubbing ; Friction. 
Frottoir. An instrument used in 



Fructification. Fructification. 

Fruit. Fruit. 

Frustrane, -ee. Useless ; Sterile. 

Frustratoire. Tliat helps to support a 
diet ordered by a medical man. 

Frutescent, -ente. Fruteseent. 

Fruticuleux, -euse. Fruticulose, 

Frutiqueux, -euse. Frutescent. 

Fuchsine. Fuchsin. 

Fucus. Fucus. 

Fugace. Fugacious ; Fleeting, 

Fulcrac^, -ee. Rigid ; Squamous. 

Fulgurant, -ante. Fulgurant ; Severe 
and terrific. 

Fulguration. Fulguration. 

Fuligineux, -euse. Fuliginous. 

Fuliginosite. Sordes. 

Fuligo. Fuligo ; Soot ; Sordes. 

Fuligokali. Remedy for skin diseases : 
Soot 50 parts, Potash 1 part (boiled 
together). 

Fulmi-coton. Pjrroxylin ; Gun-cotton. 

Fulminant, -ante. Fulminant ; Ful- 
minating. 

Fulminate. Fulminate. 

Fumarine. Fumarin. 

Fumee. Smoke. 

Fumier. Manure. 

Fumigation. Fumigation. 

Fumigatoire. Fumigating. 

Fumure. The action of manuring the 
earth. 

Fungine. Fungin. 

Funiculaire. Funicular. 

Funicule. Funiculus ; Cord. 

Funiculi, -^e. Having a funiculus ; 
Funiculate. 

Funiculite. Funiculitis ; Inflammation 
of the spermatic cord. 

Funiculus. The internal portion of each 
inferior peduncle of the cerebellum. 

Funiforme. Funiform. 

Furculaire. Furcula, s. ; Furcate, adj. 

Fureur. Furor ; Madness ; Fury. 

Fureur uterine. Erotomania ; Nympho- 
mania. 

Furfur. A hypothetical chemical group 
contained in furfurol. 

Furfural ; Furfurol. Furfurol. 

Furfurace, -ee. Furfuraceous. 

Furfure. Furfur ; Dandruff ; Scurf. 

Furf urine. Furfurin. 



Furfurol, ou -le. Furfurol. 

Furieux, -ieuse. Furious ; Mad ; Raging. 

Furoncle. Furunculus ; Furuncle ; Boil. 

Furonculeux, -euse. Furunculous. 

Furonculose. Furunculosis. 

Fuscine. Fuscin. 

Fuseau. Spindle. 

Fus^e. Fistulous tract ; Fistule. 

Fuser. To fuse ; To dissolve. 

Fusibility. Fusibility. 

Fusible. Fusible. 

Fusiforme. Fusiform ; Spindle-shaped. 

Fusion. Fusion. 

Fusocellulaire. Fuso-cellular. 

Fustine. Fustin. 

Ga. Symbol of Gallium. 

Gadinine. Gadinin. 

Gadoue. Night-soil. 

Gaduine. Gaduin. 

Gaiac. Guaiacum ; Guaiac. 

Gaiacol. Guaiacol. 

Gaine. Sheath. 

Galol. Guaiacol. 

Galactagogue. Galactagogue. 

Galactie. Galactia ; Galactorrhea, or 
-cea. 

Galactine. Galactin. 

Galactirrh^e. Galactirrhea, or -oea ; 
Galactorrhea, or -oea. 

Galactocele. Galactocele. 

Galactodensimetre. Galactometer. 

Galactode ; Galactolde. Galactoid. 

Galactogene. Galactopoietic, adj. ; 
Galactagogue, s. 

Galactolde. Galactoid. 

Galactometre. Galactometer ; Lacto- 
meter. 

Galactophage. Galactophagous. 

Galactophagie. Galactophagy. 

Galactophore. Galactophorous. 

Galactophorite. Galactophoritis. 

Galactophthisie. Galactophthisis. 

Galactopoese. Galactopoiesis. 

Galactopoetique. Galactopoietic. 

Galactoposie. Galactoposia. 

Galactopote. Galactophagous. 

Galactopjn-e. Galactopyretus. 

Galactorrhee. Galactorrhea, or -oea. 

Galactoscope. Galactoscope ; Lacto- 
scope. 

Galactose. Galactose. 

Galactose. Galactosis ; Galactopoiesis. 

Galactozyme. Galactozyme. 

Galactiirie. Galacturia; Chyluria. 

Galazyme. Galazyme. 

Galbaniuu. Galbanum. 

Galbule. Galbulus. 

Gale. Itch. 

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Gale bedouiue. Lichen simplex. 
Gal^. Sweet gale. 
Galeauthropie. Galeanthropy. 
Galeiforme. In the form of a helmet. 
Galene. Galena ; Native sulphide of 

lead. 
Galenique. Galenic. 
Gal^nisme. Galenism. 
Galeniste. Galenist. 
Galere. Gallery (Chemistry). 
Galeux, -euse. Infected with itch. 
Galiancouisme. Galianconism; Atrophy 

of the arm with shortening. 
Galipot. Galipot ; Crude Burgundy 

pitch. 
Galle. Galla ; Nut-gall. 
Gall^ine. Gallein. 
Gallique. Gallic. 
Gallium. Gallium. 
Galop. Gallop. 
Galopant, -ante. Galloping. 
Galvanique. Galvanic. 
Galvanisation. Galvanization, or -sa- 

tion. 
Galvanise, -ee. Galvanized, or -sed. 
Galvanisme. Galvanism. 
Galvanocaustique. Galvano - caustic, 

adj. ; Galvano-cautery, s. 
Galvano-magnetisme. Galvano - mag- 
netism. 
Galvanometre. Galvanometer. 
Galvanoplastie. Galvanoplastics. 
Galvano-puncture. Galvano-puncture. 
Galvanoscope. Galvanoscope. 
Galvanoscopie. Galvanoscopy. 
Galvanoscopique. Galvanoscopie. 
Galvano-therapie. Galvano-therapeu- 

tics. 
Gambler; Gambir. Gambler; Gambir. 
Gamme. Scale (Music). 
Gamomanie. Gamomania ; Gameno- 

mania. 
Gamopetale. Gamopetalous. 
Gamophylle. Gamophyllous. 
Ganache. Lower jaw of the horse. 
Ganglifere. Having a ganglion. 
Gangliforme. Gangliform. 
Gangliite. Gangliitis. 
Ganglioma. Ganglioma. 
Ganglion. Ganglion. 
Ganglionite. Ganglionitis ; Gangliitis. 
Ganglionnaire. Ganglionic. 
Gangrene. Gangrene. [grenous. 

Gangreneux, ou -^neux, -euse. Gan- 
Gangue. Gangue. 
Ganja. Ganja ; Cannabis indica. 
Ganoiue. Gauoin. 
Gant. Glove. 
Gantel^e. Digitalis ; Foxglove. 



Gantelet. Glove-bandage. 

Garance. Madder. 

Garancine. Garancin. 

Garcinie. Garcinia. 

Garde-robe. Aller k la-. To go to the 
watercloset. 

Gargarisme. Gargle ; Gargarism. 

Gargouillement. (1) Splashing sound ; 
(2) Borborygmus. 

Garou. Spurge-laurel. 

Garrot. (1) Withers (horse) ; (2) A 
twisting tourniquet ; An old tourni- 
quet of Morels (1674). 

Gast^ranax. A supposed principle of 
digestion (J. Dolee). 

Gast^rangemphraxie. Gasterangiem- 
phraxis ; Vascular or pyloric ob- 
struction. 

Gast^rase. Pepsin. 

Gasteromycete. Gastromycetes. 

Gastralgie. Gastralgia, or -gy. 

Gastrectomie. Gastrectomy. 

Gastricisme. Gastricism. 

Gastricite. Gastric derangement. 

Gastricole. Living in the stomach. 

Gastrique. Gastric. 

Gastrite. Gastritis. 

Gastritie. Gastricism ; Gastralgia ; 
The general state due to these 
affections. 

Gastro-arthrite. Gastro-arthritis. 

Gastrobrosie. Gastrobrosis. 

Gastrocele. Gastrocele. 

Gastrocn^mien. Gastrocnemius. 

Gastro-colique. Gastrocolic ; Pertain- 
ing both to the stomach and to the 
colon. 

Gastro-colite. Gastrocolitis. 

Gastro-conjonctivite. Inflammation of 
the stomach and of the conjunctiva 
(Vet.). 

Gastro-cystite. Simultaneous gastritis 
and cystitis. 

Gastrodidyme. Gastrodidymus. 

Gastro-duodenite. Gastroduodenitis. 

Gastrodynie. Gastrodynia. 

Gastro-eljrtrotomie. Gastroelytrotomy. 

Gastro-enteralgie. Gastroenteralgia. 

Gastro-enteralgique. Gastroenteralgic. 

Gastro-enterite. Gastroenteritis. 

Gastro - enterostomie. Gastroenteros- 
tomy. 

Gastro-^piplolque. Gastroepiploic. 

Gastro-hepatique. Gastrohepatic, 

Gastro-h6patite. Gastrohepatitis. 

Gastro-humeral, -ale. Extending from 
the walls of the stomach to the 
shoulder (Vet.). [tomy. 

Gastro - hysterotomy. Gastrohystero- 



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Gastro-hysterectomie. Gastrohysterec- 
tomy. 

Gastroide. Having the shape of a 
stomach ; Corpulent. 

Gastro- intestinal, -ale. Gastrointes- 
tinal. 

Gastromalacie. Gastromalacia. 

Gastromele. Gastromelus, s. ; Gastro- 
melous, adj. [strosity. 

Gastromelie. A gastromelous mon- 

Gastro-pylorique. Gastropyloric. 

Gastrorrhagie. Gastrorrhagia. 

Gastrorrhaphie. Gastrorrhaphy. 

Gastrorrhee. Gastrorrhea, or -cea, 

Gastroscope. Gastroscope. 

Gastroscopie. Gastroscopy. 

Gastroscopique. Gastroscopie. 

Gastrose. Gastrosis. 

Gastro-spasme. A spasmodic gastric 
contraction. 

Gastro-splenique. Gastrosplenic. 

Gastrostege. Gastrostege (Biology). 

Gastrostenose. Gastrostenosis. 

Gastrostomie. Gastrostomie. 

Gastro-thoracique. Gastrothoracic. 

Gastrotome. Gastrotome. 

Gastrotomie. Gastrotomy. 

Gastro-tubotomie. Opening the abdo- 
men and one of the Fallopian tubes to 
extract the foetus in a case of tubal 
or ovarian pregnancy (Gardien). 

Gastro-vasculaire. Gastro- vascular, 

Gastroxie. Gastroxia. 

Gastrula. Gastrula. 

Gastrulaire. Pertaining to the gastrula. 

G&teau. (l)Cake; (2) A portion of the 
electrophorus. 

Gateau de charpie. Pledgets of lint 
placed one above the other, 

G&teau febrile. Congestion and hjrper- 
trophy of the spleen felt through the 
abdotiiinal wall. 

Gateux ; Gateuse. Term applied to old 
paralytics with incontinence of urine 
and fteces, also to lunatics whose 
minds are perverted to such an extent 
that they have lost all the instincts 
of cleanliness. 

Gatisme. The state of being gS,teux, 
gS.teuse, q.v. 

Gaucher, -ere. Left - handed, adj. ; 
Left-handed person, s. 

Gaucherie. (1) The state of being left- 
handed ; (2) Awkwardness. 

Gaulth^rie. Gaultheria. 

Gavage. Gavage ; Feeding through a 
stomach -tube. 

Gayac. Guaiacum. 

Gaz. Gas, 



Gaze, Gauze. 

Gaz^ifiable. That can be brought to 

the gaseous state. 
Gaz^ification. Passage of a substance 

from the liquid to the gaseous state. 
Gazeifi^, -^e. Brought to a gaseous 

state, 
Gazeiforme, That has taken on the 

gaseous state, 
Gazeite. The property of a substance 

to take on the gaseous state. 
Gazeol. Gazed. 
Gazeux, -euse. Gaseous. 
Gazogene. Apparatus for producing 

gas. 
Gazolene. Gasolene. 
Gazometre. Gasometer. 
Geant, -ante. Giant, s. and adj. 
Geantisme. Giantism. 
Geine. Ulmin. 
Gelatine. Gelatin ; Gelatine. 
Gelatine, -ee. That is coated with gela- 
tine. 
Gelatineux, -euse. Gelatinous. 
G^latiniforme. Resembling gelatine ; 

Gelatinoid. 
G^latinisation. The passage of a body 

to the gelatinous state or aspect. 
Gel^e. (1) Frost; (2) Jelly. 
Gelidium. Gelidium, 
G41if, -ive. Cracked by frost. 
G^lose. Gelose, 
Gels^mine. Gelsemin, 
Gels^mium, Gelsemium, 
Gelure. The effect of congelation, 
G^mellaire. Pertaining to twins, 
G^melle, -ee. Gemellus ; Geminate. 
Gemellipare. Producing twins, 
Gemine, -ee. Geminate ; Geminous, 
Gemisseur, -euse. Said of lunatics who 

are constantly groaning, 
Gemmace, -ee. Like a gemma, 
Genunaire ; Genunal, -ale. Pertaining 

to a gemma. 
Gemmation, Gemmation. 
Gemme. (1) Gemma; (2) Hyaline 

gummatous or resinous drops from 

the bark of trees. 
Gemmipare. Gemmiparous. 
Gemmule. Gemmule. 
Genal, -ale. Genal. 
Gencive. Gum (of the teeth). 
Gene. Difficulty ; Embarrassment. 
G^neagen^se. Metagenesis. 
Genepi ; Genipi. Genepi ; Genipi. 
General, -ale. General ; Universal. 
Generalisation. Generalization, J or 

-sation. 
Generalite. Generality. 

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G^n^rateur, -trice. Generating, Gene- 

Irifirative, adj. ; Generator, s, 

G^neratif, -ive. Generative. 

G^n^ration ; Gen^rescence. Generation. 

G^nerescent, -ente. Generating. 

Generescible. Susceptible of generation. 

G^nerique. Generic. 

Genese. Genesis. 

G^nesie. Genesis ; Generation. 

Genestade. A cystitis in animals caused 
by feeding on genista. 

GenSt. Genista ; Broom. 

G^n^tique. Genetic. 

Genevrier. Juniper-tree. 

G^ni. The genial tubercles. 

G^nicul^, -^e. Geniculate ; Geniculated. 

G^nie. Genius. 

G^nie morbide. That which is common 
in the character of a disease affecting 
a large number of individuals. 

G4nie epidemique. The character of 
the manifestations of epidemics. 

Genien, -ienne. Genian ; Genial. 

Genievre. Gin. 

G^nio-glosse. The Genio-hyo-glossus 
muscle. 

G^nio-hyoXdien. The Genio - hyoid 
muscle. 

G^nio-phaiTngien. The lower fibres of 
the superior constrictor. 

G^nioplastie. Genioplasty. 

Genipi. Genipi. 

Genital, -ale. Genital. 

Genitalit^. The faculty of being engen- 
dered, of being born. 

G^nitenr. Generator. 

Genito-crural, -ale. Genito-crural. 

G6nitoires. The external organs of 
generation. 

Genito- spinal, -ale. Genito-spinal. 

G^nito-urinaire. Genito-urinary. 

G^noplastie. Plastic operation for the 
restoration of the cheeks. 

Genou. Knee. 

Genouille, -6e. Geniculate. 

Genouillere. Knee-piece ; Knee-band- 
age. 

Genre. Genus ; Species ; Kind. 

Gentiane. Gentian ; Gentiana. 

Gentiog^nin ; Gentiopicrin. Gentio- 
genin ; Gentiopicrin. 

Gentisin. Gentisin. 

Gentisique. Pertaining to gentisin. 

Genu valgum. Genu valgum. 

G^oblaste. Geoblast. 

Geofifree ; GeofEroy^e. Geoffroya. 

Geognosie. The science of the study of 
minerals. 

G^ographie. Geography. 



Geologie. Geology. 

Geom^trie. Geometry. 

Geometrique. Geometrical. 

G^ophage. Geophagous, adj, ; Geo- 
phagist, s. 

G^ophagie. Geophagy. 

G^ophile. Geophilous. 

Geophyte. A terrestrial plant. 

Geralne ; Geranion. Geranium ; Cranes- 
bill root. 

G^ranine ; Geraniine. Geraniin. 

Geranion. Geranium. [icle. 

G^ranis. Bandage for fractured clav- 

Ger9ure. Chap ; Crack ; E.xcoriation. 

Germandr^e. Germander. 

Germe. Germ. 

Germicide. Germicide. 

Germifuge. Germifuge. 

Germigene. Giving birth to a germ, 
adj. ; Part of the female apparatus 
of the taenia. 

Germin, -ine. That comes naturally, 
without any known cause. 

Germinal, -ale. Germinal. 

Germinateur, -trice. That causes 
germination. 

Germinatif, -ive. Germinal. 

Germination. Germination. 

Germinifere. Carrying or bearing 
germs. 

Germinipare. Producing germs. 

Germiniparie. Reproduction by germs. 

Germiniparite. Resemblance to germs. 

Gerocomie. Gerocomia, or -my. 

Gerofle ; Girofle. Clove. 

G^rontotoxon. Gerontotoxon ; Arcua 
senilis. 

G^sier. Gizzard. 

G^sine. Lying-in ward. [tion. 

Gestateur, -trice. Concerning gesta- 

Gestation. Gestation. 

Gibbeux, -euse. Gibbous. 

Gibbosity. Gibbosity. 

Giboul^e. Shower of rain. 

Gigantisme. Gigantism. 

Gigantologie. Tlie part of teratology 
which includes giants. 

Gilet de force. Strait- waistcoat. 

Gill^nie. Gillenia. 

Gill^nin. Gillenin. 

Gingembre. Ginger. 

Gingival, -ale. Gingival. 

Gingivite. Gingivitis. 

Ginglyme. Ginglymus. 

Ginglymoldal, -ale ; Ginglymolde. 
Ginglymoid. 

Giuklose. A kind of tetanus in new- 
born children (Iceland). 

Ginsen; Ginseng. Ginseng. 



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Giobertite. Natural carbonate of mag- 
nesia. 

Girofle. Clove, 

Gite. (1) The portion of epidermis 
raised by a sarcopte at the beginning 
of its furrow ; (2) The muscular 
masses of the legs of oxen (Vet.). 

Givre. Hoar-frost. 

Glabella. Glabella ; Glabellum. 

Glabre. Glabrous. 

Glabreite ; Glabrit6. The state of a 
glabrous organ. 

Glabrisme. The state of an organ 
in teratology which is glabrous, but 
which normally should be pubescent. 

Glace. Ice. 

Glac^, -ee. Iced ; Frozen ; Frosted 
with a coating of sugar. 

Glaciare ; Glacial, -ale. Glacial. 

Gladi^ -ee. Gladiate ; Ensiform. 

Glaladine. Gliadin. 

Glaieul. Gladiolus (Botany). 

Glaire. Viscous material ; Mucus ; 
Mucous discharge. 

Glaireux, -euse. Glairy ; Viscous ; 
Slimy. 

Glairidine. Glairin. 

Glairigene. Producing glairin. 

Glairine. Glairin. 

Glaise. Clay ; Potter's earth. 

Gland. (1) Acorn; (2) Glans (penis, etc.). 

Glandage. Tumefaction of the sub- 
maxillary glands in glanders (Vet.). 

Glandaire. Pertaining to a gland ; 
Glandular. 

Glande. Gland. 

Glande, -ee. Affected with tumefaction, 
etc. (see Glandage). 

Glandifere. Having one gland or several 
glands. 

Glandiforme. Having the shape of a 
gland. 

Glandulaire. Glandular. 

Glandule. Glandula. 

Glanduleux, -euse. Glandulous. 

Glandulifere. Having glands. 

Glanduliforme. Shaped like a gland. 

Glaucescence. Glaucescence. 

Glaucescent, -ente. Glaucescent. 

Glaucine. Glaucin ; Cowpox. 

Glaucomateux, -euse. Glaucomatous. 

Glaucome. Glaucoma. 

Glauque. Glaucous. 

Glene. Glene ; A glenoid cavity. 

Gl^noidal, -ale ; Glenoide ; Glenoldien, 
-ienne. Glenoid. 

Glette. Litharge. 

Gliadine. Gliadin. 

Gliome. Glioma. 



Glio-sarcome. Gliosarcoma. 

Glissement. Gliding movement (joints). 

Globe. Globe ; Globus. [dage. 

Globe d'une bande. A rolled-up ban- 
Globes epidermiques morbides. Epi- 
dermic globes ; Cancer-nests ; .Cell- 
nests (epithelioma). 

Globe hysterique. Globus hystericus. 

Globe oculaire. Globe of the eye ; 
Eyeball. 

Globe ut^rin. The uterus rendered 
globular by the presence of the foetus 
or by a pathological growth, or by 
not having recovered its normal 
shape after childbirth. 

Globifere ; Globigere. Globiferous. 

Globulaire, adj. Globular. 

Globulaire, s. Globularia. 

Globule. Globule. 

Globulenx, -euse. Globulous. 

Globuline. Globulin. 

Globulus-pallidus. Internal segment 
of the lenticular nucleus of the 
corpus striatum (German authors). 

Glom^rulaire. Pertaining to the 
glomerule. 

Glom^rule. Glomerule ; Glomerulus. 

Glomerule, -ee. Having glomerules. 

Glomeruliforme. In the shape of a 
glomerule. 

Glom^rulite. Glomerulitis. 

Glonolne. Glonoin ; Nitro-glycerine. 

Glossalgie. Glossalgia. 

Glossantbrax. Glossanthrax ; Anthrax 
of the tongue (Vet.). 

Glossectomie. Glossectomy. 

Glossien, -ienne ; Glossique. Glossal ; 
Lingual ; Glottic. 

Glossite. Glossitis. 

Glossocatoche. A tongue-depressor ; 
Glossocatochus. 

Glossocele. Glossocele. 

Glossocome. Ancient apparatus for 
fractures or dislocations of the thigh 
or leg. 

Glosso-epiglottique. Glosso-epiglottic. 

Glosso-facial, -ale. Glossofacial. 

Glossographie. Glossography, 

Glosso-labial, -ale. Glosso-labial. 

Glosso-labio-pharyng^, -ee. Glosso- 
labio-pharyngeal. 

Glossologie. Glossology. 

Glossomathie. Knowledge of languages. 

Glosso-palatin, -ine. Glosso-palatine ; 
The Palato-glossus muscle. 

Glosso - pharyngien, -ienne. Glosso- 
pharyngeal (nerve) ; The fibres of 
the superior constrictor that come 
from the side of the tongue. 



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GlOBSopl^gie. Glossoplegia. 
GloBSO-staphylin, -ine. Same as Glosso- 

palatin, q.v. 
Glossotomie. Glossotomy. 
Glotte. Glottis ; Rima glottidis. 
Glottique. Glottic, 
Glottiscope. Glottiscope. 
Glu. Bird-lime. [Glyc-. 

Glue-. For words beginning with. See 
Glumac6, -^e. Glumaceous. 
Glume. Glume. 
Glume, -6e. Having a glume. 
Glumellule. Glumellule ; Lodicule. 
Gluten. Gluten. 
Glutinatif, -ive. Agglutinative. 
Glutine. Glutin ; Glue. 
Glutineux, -euse. Glutinous ; Viscous. 
Glyc^mie. Glycemia, or -£emia. 
Glyc^re. A medicine having glycerine 

as excipient. 
Glyc^ride. Glyceride ; Glycerid. 
Glycerine. Glycerine ; Glycerin ; Gly- 

cerinum. 
Glycerinien, -ienne; Glyc^rique. Per- 
taining to glycerine. 
Glycerole. See Glycere. 
Glyceryle. Glyceryl. 
Glycide. Glycide. 
Glycile. Glyceryl. 
Glycine. (1) Glycin ; (2) Glycina. 
Glycinium. Glucinum ; Beryllium. 
Glycocholique. Glycocholic. 
GlycocoUe. Glycocol. 
Glycocyamine, Glycocyamin. 
Glycodrupose. Glycodrupose. 
Glycogene. Glycogen. 
Glycogenese. Glycogenesis. 
Glycogenic. Glycogeny. 
Glycogenique. Glycogenic. 
Glycohemie. Glycohemla, or -haemia ; 

Glycemia, or-aemia. 
Glycoh^mique. Glycohemie, or -hsemic. 
Glycol. Glycol. 
Glycolamide. Glycolamid. 
Glycolamine ; Glycolammine. Glycocol. 
Glycolique. Glycollic. 
Glycolurique. Glycoluric. 
Glyconine. Glyconin. 
Glycose. Glucose ; Glycose. 
Glycoside. Glucosid, or -de. 
Glycosine. Glucosin. 
GlycoBurie. Glycosuria ; Glucosuria ; 

Glucosis. 
Glycosurique. Glucosuric. 
Glyc3anetre. Saccharometer. 
Glycjnrh^tine. Glycyrrhetin. 
Glycjnrhiza. Glycyrrhiza ; Liquorice 

root. 
Glyoxal. Glyoxal. 



Glyoxaline. Glyoxalin. 

Glyoxylique. Glyoxylic. 

Gmeline. Gmelina. 

Gnatorrhagie. Gnathorrhagia. 

Gobbe. (1) An arsenical poison-ball for 
dogs, also one of strychnine ; (2) 
Wool-ball; Hair-ball (Vet.). 

Gobbe, -ee. Having either (1) or (2) 
(see Gobbe) in the stomach. 

Godet de favus. Cup-favus. 

Godets de Morgagni, ou du rectum. 
Sinuses of Morgagni between the 
columns of Morgagni (rectum). 

Godronn^. Canal-. Canal of Petit be- 
tween the zone of Zinn, the crystal- 
line lens, and the vitreous body. 

Godroime. Corps-. Lamella of gray sub- 
stance in the concavity of the hippo- 
campus major. 

Goemon. Sea-wrack. 

Goetre ; Goitre. Goitre ; Goiter ; Wen. 

Goitreux, -euse. Goitrous, adj. ; A 
person affected with goitre, ,s\ 

Golfe de I'urethre. Normal dilatation 
of the male urethra at the bulb. 

Golfe de la veine jugulaire. Sinus or 
Gulf of the internal jugular vein. 

Gomme. (1) Gum (Chemical) ; (2) 
Gumma {pi. Gummata). 

Gomm^, -^e. Gummy ; Containing 
gum ; Gummous. 

Gomme-gutte. Gamboge ; Cambogia. 

Gommeline. Dried dextrine. 

Gomme-r^sine. Gum-resin. [tous. 

Gommeux, -euse. Gummous ; Gumma- 

Gommier. Gum-tree. 

Gommifere. Giving gum. 

Gommiforme. Resembling gum. 

Gommique. Pertaining to gum. 

Gommite. Gums in general. 

Gommose. Gummosis. 

Gomphose. Gomphosis. 

Gonagre. Gonagria. 

Gonalgie. Gonalgia. 

Gonarthrocace. Gonarthiocace ; White 
swelling of the knee. 

Gondole. Eye-cup for eye douches. 

Gonecyste. Gonecyst. 

Gonflement. Swelling ; Tumefaction. 

Goniometre. Instrument for measuring 
craniometric angles. 

Goniometrie. The use of an instru- 
ment, etc. See Goniometre. 

Gonion. Gonion ; The craniometric 
point at the angle of the lower jaw. 

Gonoc^le. (1) Gonocele ; (2) Spermato- 
cele ; Gonocele. 

Gonochorise, ou -isme. Gonochorismus. 

Gouocoque ; Gonococcus. Gonococcue. 



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Gonorrhee. Gonorrhea, or -oea. 

Gonorrheique. Gonorrheal, or -ceal. 

Gonotheque. Gonotheca. 

Gorge. Throat ; Neck ; Gullet. 

Gorge, -^e. Engorged. 

Gorgee. Quantity swallowed at a time ; 
Mouthful ; Draught. 

Gorgeret. Gorget (surgical instrument). 

Gorre. An old name for syphilis. 

Gosier. Gullet ; Fauces. [fauces. 

Gosier. Isthme du-. Isthmus of the 

Gosgypium. Gossypium. 

Goudron. Tar. 

Gouge. Gouge. 

Gourd, -de (Pop.). Swollen; Turgescent. 

Gourde. Gourd. 

Gourme. (1) Crusts of eczema or im- 
petigo in children ; (2) Glanders 
(Vet.). 

Gousse. Pod. 

Gout. Taste. - [Gout. 

Goutte. (1) Drop (of a liquid); (2) 

Goutteux, -euse. Gouty. 

Gouttiere. (1) Groove on a bone ; (2) 
A grooved splint made of iron wire, 
and used, after being padded, for 
fractures, etc. 

Graduateur. An instrument to vary 
the intensity of the current in an 
induction apparatus. 

Grain. (1) Corn ; Mark ; Grain ; Small 
berry ; (2) A pustule of small-pox, 
and the mark it leaves. 

Grain d'orge. A kind of raspatory. 

Grains d'orge, ou riziformes, ou hordei- 
formes des synoviales, ou des 
tendons. Melon-seed bodies (joints, 
tendons). 

Graine. Seed. 

Graisse. Fat ; Adipose tissue. 

Graisseux, -euse. Fatty ; Adipose. 

Gramme. Gram ; Gramme (15"438 
grains). 

Grandes levres. Labia majora. 

Grand os. Os magnum (carpus). 

Grand rond. Teres major muscle. 

Grand sympathique. The sympathetic 
nerve. 

Granulaire. Granular. 

Granulation. Granulation. 

Granule. Granule. 

Granule, -^e. Granulated. 

Granuleux, -euse. Granulous ; Granu- 
lar. 

Granulie. Granulia. 

Granulite. Granulitis. 

Granulose. (1) Granulose ; (2) Gran- 
ulia. 

Graphique, Graphic. 



Graphite. Graphite ; Plumbago. 
Graphitique. Relating to graphite. 
Graphologie. Graphology. 
Grappes. Cutaneous excrescences ; 

Condylomata. 
Gras, -asse. Fat ; Fleshy. 
Gras de la jambe. Calf of the leg. 
Gras-fondure. Molten grease (Vet. ). 
Grasseyement. A bad pronunciation of 

the letter r. 
Gratiole. Gratiola. 
Gratioline. Gratiolin. 
Gratiolirrh^tine. Gratiolirrhetin. 
Grattage. Grattage ; Abrasion ; Scrap- 
ing. 
Grattelle. (1) Miliary itch ; (2) An 

itching ; (3) Ciliary blepharitis. 
Grattement. The act of scratching. 
Gravatif, -ive. Applied to a dull, heavy 

pain. 
Gravature. Scab-rot. 
Grave. Heavy ; Deep (sound) ; Serious ; 

Grave (disease). [or gravel. 

Gravele, -^e. Consisting of small grains 
Graveleux, -euse. Pertaining to gravel ; 

Affected with gravel. 
Gravelle. Gravel. 
Gravide. Gravid. 
Gravidisme. Gravidism. 
Gravidite. Gravidity. 
Gravido-cardiaque. Pertaining to the 

heart and to the gravid state. 
Gravier. Gravel ; Grit. 
Gravifique. Rendering heavy. 
Gravimetre. Gravimeter. 
Gravitation. Gravitation. 
Gravity. Gravity. 

Greffe. Graft. [grafting. 

Greffon. The piece of tissue used for 
Gregaire. Gregarious. 
Grele, adj. Small, narrow and thin. 
Grele. Intestin-. The small intestine. 
Grele, de la cuisse. Muscle-. The 

Gracilis muscle. 
Grgle, s. Hail. 

Greleux, -euse. Unequal ; Seamed. 
Greleux. Os-. A name formerly applie 

to the cuboid bone of the tarsus. 
Grelon. (1) Hailstone ; (2) Chalazion. 
Grenade. Pomegranate. 
Grenouille. Frog. 
Grenouillette. Ranula. 
Grenu, -ue. Having small granulations. 
Grieche. Sharp ; Sour. 
Griffe. Claw. [hooks. 

Griffe de Malgaigne. Malgaigne's 
Grillet. A popular term for a vesicle 

caused by a burn, and sometimes for 

vesicles in general. 



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Grimpant, -ante. Climbing. 

Grimper. To climb. 

Grincement des dents. Grinding of the 

teeth. 
Grippal, -ale. Pertaining to influenza ; 

Grippal. 
Grippe. Influenza. 

Grippal -6e. (1) Suffering from in- 
fluenza ; (2) Having a shrunken, con- 
tracted face. 
Grippement. The state of that which 

is shrunken and contracted. 
Gris, -ise. Grey. 
Grison. Fire-damp; Light carburetted 

hydrogen ; Marsh-gas. 
Grognement. A kind of snorting or 

grunting. 
Gros, -osse. Large ; Big ; Bulky. 
Groseille. Currant. 
Grosse. Une femme-. A pregnant 

woman. 
Grossesse. Pregnancy. 
Grossissement. Magnifying, s. 
Grossularine ; Grossuline. Pectine. 
Groupe. Group ; Cluster. 
Gruau. Oatmeal. 
Grumeau. Clot. 
Gnunele, -ee. Formed of clots. 
Grumeleux, -euse. Clotted. 
Grypose. Gryposis. 
Gryposique. Pertaining to, or affected 

with, gryposis. 
Guacine. Guacin. 
Guaco ; Huaco. Guaco. 
Guanine. Guanin. 
Guano. Guano. 
Guarana. Guarana. 
Guaranine. Caffein. 
Gubemaculum. Gubernaculum. 
Guepe. Wasp. 
Gu^rison. Recovery ; Cure. 
Gueule. (1) Mouth (of some animals) ; 
(2) Complicated harelip with oblique 
facial cleft. 
Gueule-de-loup. Hare-lip with exten- 
sive cleft-palate. 
Gui. Mistletoe. 
Guimauve. Marsh-mallow. 
Gulaire. Gular. 

Gummifere ; Gommifere. Giving gum. 
Gummique ; Gommique. Pertaining to 

gum. 
Gustatif, -ive. Gustative ; Gustatory. 
Gustation. Gustation. 
Gutta-percha. Gutta-percha. 
Gutte ; Gomme-gutte. Gamboge. 
Guttural, -ale. Guttural. 
Gutturo-tetanique. Gutturo-tetanic. 
Gymnase. Gymnasium. 



Gymnastique, s. Gymnastics, s.pl. 

Gymnoblaste. Gymnoblast. 

Gymnocytode. Gymnocytode. 

Gymnogyne. Gymnogynous. 

Gynandre. Gynandrous. 

Gynanthrope. Applied to hermaphro- 
dites having more the characteristics 
of the man than of the woman. 

G3m6cee. Gynecium. 

Gynecie. The menses. 

G3mecologie. Gynecology. 

Gynecomastie. Gynecomastia. 

Gjraophore. Gynophore. 

Gypse. Gypsum. 

Gypseux, -euse. Containing gypsum. 

Gypso-steatome. Steatoma incrusted 
with earthy salts. 

Gyration. Gyration. 

Gyrencephale. Having a brain pro- 
vided with convolutions. 

Gsrroide. Spifoid. 

Gyrus. Gyrus ; A cerebral convolution. 

H. Symbol of Hydrogen. 
Habenula. Habenula. 
Habenulaire. Habenular. 
Habitat. Habitat. 
Habitation. Habitation. 
Habitativite. The instinct that binds 
to a country, habitation, way of 
living, etc. 
Habitude. Habit. 
Habituel, -elle. Habitual. 
Habitus. Habitus ; Habit. 
Hachisch ; Hachich. Indian hemp ; 

Hashish. 
Hachischine ; Hachichine. Resin of 

Indian hemp. 
Hachure. Hachement (Massage). 
Hagenie. Hagenia. 
H^le. Heat of the sun ; Burning sun ; 

Their effects on the epidermis. 
H416, -ee. Sun-burnt ; Tanned. 
Haleine. Breath. [ing. 

Haletant, -ante. Out of breath ; Pant- 
Haleter. To pant. 
Halimetre. Halimeter. 
Halim^trie. Halimetry. 
Halimetrique. Halimetric. 
Halitueux, -euse. Halituous ; Vapor- 
ous ; Moist. 
Hallucination. Hallucination. 
Hallucine, -ee. Affected with halluci- 
nation. 
Halo. Halo. [salts. 

Halochimie. The chemical study of 
Halogene. Halogenic. 
Halographie. Description of saline 
compounds. 



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Halo'ide. Haloid. 

Halologie. Description of salts. 

Halophile. Halophilous. [salts. 

Halotechnie. Chemical preparation of 

Haltere. Poiser or Balancer (Gym- 
nastics) ; Dumb-bells. 

Halurgie. Manufacture of salts. 

Hamameliu. Hamamelin. 

Hameconne, -ee. Hooked ; In the form 
of a fish-hook ; Hamular. 

Hampe. Stem ; Handle. 

Hamulaire, s. Bronchial filaria. 

Hamuleux, -euse. Hamulose ; Hamu- 
late ; Hamular, 

Hamulus. Hamulus of the cochlea. 

Hanche. Hip. 

Hanche scrofuleuse. Coxalgia. 

Hanche, -ee ; Hanchial, -ale. Pertain- 
ing or attached to the hip. 

Haphemetrique. Haphemetric ; Re- 
lating to esthesiometry. 

Happant, -ante. That adheres to the 
tongue. 

Happement. The property of certain 
minerals to adhere to the tongue. 

Haptogene. Said of a substance that 
adheres to the body through which 
it is chemically formed. 

Haras. Stud (of breeding horses, etc.). 

Hareng. Herring. 

Hargne. An old word signifying hernia. 

Hargneux, -euse. Affected with hernia. 

Haricot. French bean. 

Harmaline. Harmalin. 

Harmonie. Harmony. 

Harmouique. Harmonic, adj. ; Har- 
monics, s.pl. 

Harmonometre. A portion of the roof 
of the aqueduct of Sylvius. 

Haste, -ee. Hastate. 

Haut, -te. High ; Tall ; Upper. 

Haut mal. Epilepsy. 

Hauteur. Height ; Altitude. 

Hebdomadaire. Weekly. 

Hebephrenie. Hebephrenia. 

Hebetude. Hebetude ; Dulness of the 
senses and intellect ; The first degree 
of stupor. [hectic fever. 

Hecticite. State brought about by 

Hectique. Hectic. 

Hectisie. See Hecticite. 

Hedera. Hedera ; Ivy. 

H^derine. Hederin. 

H^derique. Hederic. 

H^dra. Superficial wounds of the 
cranial bones. 

Helcologie. Helcology. 

Helcose. Helcosis. 

Helctique. Epispastic. 



Helcydrion. Superficial ulceration of 
the cornea. 

Helenine. Helenin ; Inulin. 

Helianthe. Helianthus. 

Helice. Snail. 

Helicien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
helix or to a snail. 

Helicin, -ine. Helicine. 

Helicine, s. (1) Helicin; (2) The 
mucilage of snails. 

Helicoidal, -ale ; Helico'ide. Helicoid. 

Helicoidine. Helicin. 

Helicotreme. Helicotrema. 

Heliophobe. Heliophobic. 

Heliophobie. Heliophobia. 

Heliopsydracie. Blister due to insola- 
tion. 

Heliose. Heliosis. 

Heliotrope. Heliotrope ; Sunflower. 

Heliotropisme. Heliotropism. 

Helix. Helix. 

Helminthagogue. Helminthagogue ; 
Anthelmintic. 

Helminthe. Helminth. 

Helminthiase. Helminthiasis. 

Helminthicide. Helminthicide ; Ver- 
micide. 

Helminthochorton. Helminthochorton ; 
Corsican moss. 

Helminthogenesie. The multiplication 
of helminthes ; Helminthogenesis. 

Helminthologie. Helminthology. 

Helocere. Helocerous. 

Helode. Helodes. 

Heloderme. Helodennatous. 

Helopyre. Helopyra. 

Hem. A dry cough. 

Hemacelinose. Hemacelinosis ; Pur- 
pura ; Haemacelinosis. 

Hemachroine. Hema- or Hsemachroin ; 
Hema- or Haematosin. 

Hemacyanin, ou -ne. Hema- or Hsema- 
cyanin. 

Hemadrometre. Hema- or Haemadro- 
meter. 

Hemadromometre. Hema- or Haema- 
dromometer. 

Hemadyuamique. Hema- or Hasma- 
dynamics. 

Hemadynamometre. Hema- or Haema- 
dynamometer. 

Hemagogue. Hema- or Haemagogue. 

Hemal. Hemal, or Haemal. 

Hemaleucine. Hema- or Haemaleucin. 

Hemaleucose. Hema- or Hsemaleu- 
kosis. 

Hemalopie. Hema- or Haemalopia. 

Hemamibe. Hema- or Haemameba, or 
-amoeba. 



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H^maph^ine. Hema- or HsRmaphein. 
H^mapheique. Hema- or Hsemapheic. 
H^mapheisme. Hema- or Hsema- 

pheism. 
H^mapophyse. Hema- or Hsemapo- 

physis. 
H^maporie. Hema- or Hsemaporia. 
Hemastatique. Hema- or Haema- 

etatics. 
Hematal. Hemal, or Haemal. 
H^matalloscopie. Medico-legal exami- 
nation of the blood (Taddei). 
H^mataporie. Hema- or Haemataporia. 
H^mataulique. The laws that govern 

the movement of the blood (Ma- 

gendie). 
Hemateine. Hema- or Hsematein. 
H^matemese. Hema- or Haemate- 

mesis. 
Hemateux, -euse. Hema- or Haematic. 
H^mathidrose. Hema- or Haemati- 

drosis. 
Hematie. A red blood corpuscle. 
Hematimetre. Hema-orHaematimeter. 
H^matim^trie. Hema- or Haemati- 

metry. 
H^matine. Hema- or Haematin. 
Hematinique. Hema- or Haematinic. 
Hematinurie. Hema- or Haematinuria. 
Hematique. Hematic, or Haematic. 
Hematite. Blood-stone ; Hematite ; 

Haematite. 
H^matobie. Hema- or Hsematobious, 

adj. ; Hema- or Haematobium, s, 
Hematoblaste. Hema- or Haematoblast. 
Hematocele. Hema- or Hsematocele. 
Hematocephale. Hema- or Haemato- 

cephalus. 
Hematochroline. See Hemachroine. 
H6matocristal ; H^matocristalline. 

Hema- or Haematocrystallin. 
H^matocyanine. Hema- or Haema- 

cyanin. 
H^matocyste. Hema- or Haematocyst. 
nematode. Hema- or Haematodes. 
H^matodynamom^tre. Hema- or 

Haematodynamometer, 
H^matoglobuline. Hema- or Haemato- 

globulin. 
H^matographie. Hema- or Haemato- 

graphy. 
H^matoide. Hema- or Haematoid. 
H^matoidine ; H^matolne. Hema- or 

Haematoidin ; Hema- or Haematoin. 
H^matoline. Hema- or Haematolin. 
H^matologie. Hema- or Haematology. 
Hematoma. Hema- or Haematoma. 
Hematometre, s.m. Hema- or Haema- 

tometer. I 



Hematometre, s.f. Hema- or Haema- 

tometra ; Metrorrhagia. 
Hematom^trie. (1) Hema- or Haema- 

tometry ; (2) Distension of the uterus 

by blood. 
Hematomphale. Hema- or Haematom- 

phalocele. 
Hematomyelie. Hema- or Haemato- 

myelia. 
Hematoncie. Hema- or Haematoncus. 
Hematonose. (1) Haemorrhage and its 

consequences ; (2) Deterioration of 

the blood in general. 
Hematopathie. Hema- or Haemato- 

pathy. 
Hematophage. Hema- or Haemato- 

phagous. 
H6matoph3rte. Hema- or Haemato- 

phyte. 
H^matopisie. Hema- or Haematopisis, 

or -sy. 
H^matopoese. Hema- or Haemato- 

poiesis. 
H^matopoetique. Hema- or Haemato- 
poietic. 
H^matoporphyrine. Hema- or Haema- 

toporphyrin. 
Hematorrhachis. Hema- or Haema- 

torrhachis. 
Hematorrhde. Hema- or Hcematorrhea, 

or -cea. 
H^matosalpingite. Hema- or Haemato- 

salpingitis. 
H^matoscopie. Hema- or Haematos- 

copy. 
H^matose. Hema- or Haematosis. 
H^matosepsie. Hema- or Hsemato- 

sepsis ; Septicaemia. 
H^matosine. Hema- or Haematosin. 
Hematosique. Pertaining to Haema- 
tosis or to Haematosin. 
Hematospilie. Ecchymosis. [lin. 

H^matoxyline. Hema- or Haematoxy- 
H^matoxylon. Hema- or Haematoxylon. 
Hematozemie. Loss of blood. 
Hematozoaire. Hema- or Haematozoon. 
Hematoz}anoBe. Hema- or Haematozy- 

mosis. 
H^maturese. Hema- or Haematuresis. 
H^maturie. Hema- or Haematuria. 
H^maturique. Hema- or Haematuric. 
Hemautographe. Hema- or Haemauto- 

graph, or -gram. [lopia. 

H^m^ralope. Affected with hemera- 
H^m^ralopie. Hemeralopia. 
Hemeropathie. Hemeropathy. 
Hemerythrine. Hemerythrin, or Hae- 

merythrin. 
Hemhydrose. Hemihidrosis. 



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H^miac^phale. Hemiacephalus (s), 

-lous {adj). 
H^miac^phalie. Hemiacephaly. 
H^mialgie. Hemialgia. 
H^mianatrope. Half folded upon itself 

or reflected. 
Hemianesthesia. Hemianesthesia. 
Hemianopsie. Hemianopsia. 
Hemiarthrose. Symphysis. 
Hemiathetose. Hemiathetosis. 
Hemicephale. Hemicephalus (s), -lous 

(cidj); Anencephalus (s), -lous {adj). 
Hemicephalee. Hemicephalia ; Hemi- 

crania. 
Hemichoree. Hemichorea. 
Hemicranie. Hemicrania. 
Hemicylindrique. Hemicylindrical. 
H6midiaphorese. Hemidiaphoresis. 
Hemie. Deterioration of the blood in 

general (Monneret). 
H^miencephale. Hemiencephalus (s), 

-lous {adj). 
Hemiencephalie. Hemiencephaly. 
Hemifacial, -ale. Hemifacial. 
Hemimele. Hemimelus (s), -lous {adj). 
H^mimelie. The hemimelous state. 
Hemine. Hemin, or Hsemin. 
H^miopie. Hemiopia. 
Hemipage. Hemipagus {s), -gous {adj). 
Hemipagie. (1) The hemipagous state; 

(2) Hemialgia. 
Hemipathie. A unilateral affection. 
Hemipeptone. Hemipeptone. 
Hemiphonie. Hemiphonia. 
Hemipinique. Hemipinic. 
Hemiplegie. Hemiplegia. 
Hemiplegique. Hemiplegia. 
Hemiproteine. Hemiprotein. 
H^miptere. Hemipterous. 
Hemisphere. Hemisphere. 
Hemispherique. Hemispheric. 
Hemite. Hemitis, or Hsemitis. 
Hemit^rie. An abnormality of the class 

Hemiterata. 
Hemitritee. Hemitriteus. 
Hemochroine. Hema- or Hsematosin. 
H^mochromogene. Hemo- or Hsemo- 

chromogen. 
Hemochromometre. Hemo- or Hsemo- 

chromometer. 
H^mocyanine. Hemo- or Haemocyanin. 
Hemocyauose. Hemo- or Heemocya- 

nosis. 
H^mocytometre. Hemo- or Hsemo- 

cytometer (Gowers). 
Hemodie. The condition of the teeth 

being put on edge. 
Hemodrometre. Hemo- or Hsemodro- 

mometer. 



H^modromographe. Hemo- or Hsemo- 

dromograph. 
H^modromometre. Hemo- or Hsemo- 

dromometer. 
Hemodjmamique. Hemo- or Haemo- 

dynamics, s.pl. 
Hemodjniamometre. Hemo- or Haemo- 

dynamometer. 
Hemoglobine. Hemo- or Haemoglobin. 
Hemoglobinhemie. Hemo- or Haemo- 

globinemia, or -aemia. 
Hemoglobiniirie. Hemo- or Haemo- 

globinuria. 
Hemoglobinurique. Hemo- or Haemo- 

globinuric. 
Hemographion. Hemo- or Haemo- 

dynamometer. 
Hemohydarthrose. Hemo- or Haemo- 

hydarthrosis. 
Hemoide. Hemoid, or Haemoid. 
Hemomanometre. Hemo- or Hsemo- 

dynamometer. 
Hemometre. Hemo- or Haemometer. 
Hemopathie. Affection of the blood 

through deterioration (Lobstein). 
H^mopericarde. Hemo- or Haemo- 

pericardium. 
Hemopheine. Hema- or Haemaphein 

(Grossi). 
Hemophilic. Hemo- or Haemophilia. 
Hemophilique. Hemo- or Haemophilic. 
Hemophobie. Hemo- or Haemophobia. 
Hemophthalmie. Hemo- or Haemoph- 

thalmia. 
Hemoplanie. Hemato- or Hsemato- 

plania. 
Hemoplastie. Hemo- or Haemoplasty. 
Hemoplastique. Hemo- or Haemoplastic. 
H6mopoese. Hemo- or Haemopoiesis. 
Hemopoetique. Hemo- or Haeniopoietic. 
Hemoproctie. Hemo- or Haemoproctia ; 

Anal haemorrhage. 
Hemoptose. Hemo- or Haemoptosis ; 

Haemorrhage. 
Hemoptyique ; Hemoptysique. Aflfected 

with haemoptysis ; Haemoptysic. 
Hemoptysie. Hemoptysis; Haemoptysis. 
Hemorrhagie ; Hemorragie. Hemor- 
rhage, or Haemorrhage. 
Hemorrhagipare, ou -phore ; H6- 

morragipare, ou -phore. Applied to 

the vessel from which haemorrhage 

takes place. 
Hemorrhagique, ou -ragique. Hemo- 

or Haemorrhagic. 
Hemorrhagophilie, ou Hemorrha- 

philie. Hemo- or Haemorrhaphilia. 
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H^morrhelcome. Hemo- or Hsemor- 
rhelcoma. 

Hemorrhelcose. Hemo- or Hsemor- 
rhelcosis. 

H^morrhinie. Hemo- or Hsemorrhinia. 

H^morrhohidrose, ou -rholdrose. 
Hemo- or Haemorrhohidrosis. 

H^morrhoidaire ; Hemorrhoidal, -ale, 
ou -roidal, -ale. Hsemorrhoidal. 

H^morrhoide, ou -roide. Hemo- or 
Haemorrhoid. 

H^morrhoique. Hemo- or Hsemor- 
rhoidal. 

Hemorrhoscopie. The study of haemor- 
rhages. 

H^moscheocele. Hemato- or Haemato- 
scheocele. 

Hemospasie. Hemo- or Haemospasia. 

Hemospasique. Hemo- or Haemospastic. 

Hemospermia. Hemato- or Haemato- 
spermia. 

H^mostase, ou -sie. Hemo- or Haemo- 
stasia, or -sis. 

H^mostatique. Hemo- or Haemostatic. 

H^motachometre. Hemo- or Haemo- 
tachometer. 

H^motelangiose. Hemo- or Haemo- 
telangiosis (Lobstein). 

H^motexie. Hemo- or Haemotexis, 

Hemothorax. Hemo- or Haemothorax. 

H^motoxie. Toxic deterioration of the 
blood. 

H^motoxique. Pertaining to toxic de- 
terioration of the blood. 

Hemotrophie. Hemo- or Haemotrophy. 

H^motyphus. Deterioration of the 
blood in typhus. 

H^miir^sie. Hemuresis ; Haemuresis ; 
Haematuria. 

Heiin6. Henna. 

Hennebane ; Jusquiame. Hyoscyamus ; 
Henbane. 

Hennissement. Neighing. 

Hepatalgie. Hepatalgia. 

Hepatemphraxis. Hepatemphraxis. 

Hepatine. Hepatin ; Glycogen. 

H^patique, adj. Hepatic. 

Hepatique, s. Hepatica ; Liverwort. 

Hepatirrh^e. Hepatirrhea, or -oea. 

H^patisation. Hepatisation, or -zation. 

Hepatise, -6e. Hepatised, or -zed. 

H^patisie. Chronic disease of the liver 
in general (Alibert). 

Hepatite. Hepatitis. 

Hepatocele. Hepatocele. 

H^patocirrhose. Hepatocirrhosis. 

Hdpatocolique. Hepatocolic ; Relating 
to the liver and to the colon. 

H^patocystique. Hepatocystic. 



H^patogastrique. Hepatogastric. 
Hepatographie. Hepatography. 
H^patolithe. Hepatolith. 
Hepatologie. Hepatology. 
H^patomphale ; H^patomphalocele. 

Hepatomphalocele. 
Hepatomyelome. Hepatomyeloma. 
Hepatoparectame. Hypertrophy of the 

liver. 
Hepatorrhagie. Hepatorrhagia. 
Hepatorrh^e. Hepatorrhea, or -oea. 
Hepatorrhexie. Hepatorrhexis. 
H^patoscopie. Hepatoscopy. 
Hepatotomie. Hepatotomy. 
Hephestiorrhaphie. Bringing together 

the lips of a wound after application 

of the actual cautery, 
Heptachlorique. Perchloric. 
Heptachromic. Perchromic. 
Heptagyne. Heptagynous. 
Heptaiodique. Periodic (Chemistry). 
Heptandre. Heptandrous. 
Heptane. Heptane. 
Heptapharmacon. A medicine having 

seven ingredients (Aetius). 
Heptaphylle. Heptaphyllous. 
Heraclee. Heracleum. 
Herapathite. Herapathite. 
Herbac6, -6e. Herbaceous. 
Herbage. Pasture ; Herbage. 
Herbe. Grass ; Herb. [bivora, s.pl. 
Herbivore. Herbivorous, adj. ; Her- 
Herbivorite. The herbivorous condition. 
Herborisation. Herborization.or -sation. 
Herboriste. Herbalist ; Herborist. 
Hereditaire. Hereditary. 
Heredite. Heredity. 
Heriss^, -ee. Bristling ; Rough. 
H^rissement. Standing on end (hair). 
H^risson. Hedgehog. 
Hermaphrodisie ; Hermaphrodisme, ou 

-ditisme. Hermaphrodism; Hermaph- 
roditism. 
Hermaphrodite. Hermaphrodite. 
Hermetique. Hermetical ; Hermetic. 
Herm^tiquement. Hermetically. 
Hermetisme. Alchemy. 
Hermodacte, ou -dactyle. Hermo- 

dactyl ; Colchicum. 
Hemiaire. Hernial. 
Hemie. Hernia ; Rupture. 
Hemie crurale. Femoral hernia ; 

Crural hernia. 
Hemie etrangl^e. Strangulated hernia. 
Hernie de la ligne blanche. Hernia 

through the linea alba. 
Hemie reductible. Reducible hernia. 
Hemi^, -ee. Herniated. 
Hemieux, -euse. Hernial. 



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Hemioponcture. Herniopuncture. 

Hemiotomie. Herniotomy 

Herophile. Fressoir d'-. Torcular Hero- 
phili. 

Herpes. Herpes. 

Herp6tide. Any vesicular dermatosis. 

Herpetique. Herpetic. 

Herpetisme. Herpetism. 

Herpetologie. Herpetology. 

Hesp^ridie. Hesperidium. 

Hesperidine. Hesperidin. 

H^teracephale. Heteracephalous (adj), 
-lus (s). 

H^t^radelphe. Heteradelphous (adj), 
-phus (s). 

Heteradelphie. Heteradelphia. 

Heteradenie. Heteradenia. 

Heteradenique. Heteradenie. 

Heteradenome. Heteradenoma. 

Het^ralien. Heteralius. 

H^tero-autoplastie. Hetero-autoplasty. 

H^terobaphie. The condition of a body 
the surface of which is of two or 
several colours. 

Heteroc^phale. Heterocephalous [adj), 
-lus (s). 

H^t^rochrome. Heterochromous. 

H^terochrone. Heterochronous, or -nic. 

H^terochronie. Heterochronia. 

Het^rocrlUiie. Heterocrania. 

Het^rocrasie. Mixture of foreign sub- 
stances with the blood. 

H^terocrasique. Relating to a mixture 
of foreign substances with the blood. 

H^t^rocrinie ; Heterocrisie. An abnor- 
mal crisis. 

Het^rodactyle. Heterodactyl. 

Heterodyme, or -d3miien, -ienne. He- 
terodymus (s), -mous (adj). 

Heterogene. Heterogeneous. 

Heterogeneity. Heterogeneity. 

Heterogenese ; Heterogenesie ; H4tero- 
g^nie. Heterogenesis ; Heterogeny. 

Heteroglaucie. Abnormal production 
of green spots or stains. 

H^teroglauque. Relating to an abnor- 
mal production, etc. See Hetero- 
glaucie. 

Heterogene. Heterogenous. 

H^terogyne. Heterogynous. 

Het^ro-infection. Hetero-infection. 

H^t^rolalie. Heterolalia. 

H^terologie. Heterology. 

Heterologue. Heterologous. 

Heterolopie. Heterolopia, or -py. 

Heteromorphe. Heteromorphous. 

Heteromorphie, or -phisme. Hetero- 
morphism. 

Het^ronome. Heteronomous. 



H^t^ronomie. Heteronomy. 

Het^ropage. Heteropagus («), -gous, 
(adj). 

H^t^ropagie. The heteropagous condi- 
tion. 

H6teropathie. Heteropathy ; Allo- 
pathy. 

H^t^ropathique. Heteropathic ; Allo- 
pathic. 

Heterophlegmasique. Substitutive with 
regard to inflammation. 

H^t^rophonie. Heterophonia. 

Het^rophthalme. Having one eye con- 
stituted diflFerently to the other ; 
Having a squint. 

H^t^rophthalmie. The condition of 
having, etc. See Heterophthalme. 

H^t^rophylle. Heterophyllous. 

Heteroplasie. Heteroplasia (Lobstein). 

Het^roplasme. Heteroplasm. 

Heteroplastie. Heteroplasty. 

Heteroplastique. Heteroplastic. 

Heterorexie. Heterorexia ; Pica. 

H^t^roscopie. Heteroscopy ; Deuteros- 
copy ; Abnormal vision. 

H^terosome. Heterosomatous. 

H^terosomie. The heterosomatous con- 
dition. 

Heterostome. Having an irregular 
mouth. [mouth. 

Het^rostomie. Irregularity of the 

H^terotaxie. Heterotaxia, or -xis. 

Heterotopie. Heterotopia, or -py. 

Het^rotopique. Heterotopic, or -pons. 

Hdterotrope. Heterotropous. 

H^terotrophie. Heterotrophia, or -phy. 

H^terotypien. Heterotypus. 

H^terozoaire. Heterozoon, 

Hetre. Beech. 

Hexadactyle. Hexadactylous. 

Hexadactylie. Hexadactylism. [adj. 

Hexagone. Hexagone, s. ; Hexagonal, 

Hexagyne. Hexagynian. 

Hexagynie. The hexagynian condition. 

Hexamere. Hexamerous. 

Hexane. Hexane. 

Hexapharmacon. Medicine having six 
ingredients. 

Hexapode. Hexapod. 

Hexylamlne. Hexylamin. 

Hiatus. Hiatus ; Space ; Opening. 

Hibemacle. Hibernaeulum. 

Hibernal, -ale. Happening or growing 
in winter. 

Hibemant, -ante. That hibernates. 

Hibernation. Hibernation. 

Hidrocritique. Relating to critical 
sweating ; Hidrocritical. 

Hidrolde. Sudoral. 



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Hidronose. Hidronosus. 

Hidroplanie. Hidroplania. 

Hidropyre. Sweating sickness ; Sweat- 
ing during fever. 

Hidrorrhee. Hidrorrhea, or -cea. 

Hidrorrheique. Pertaining to hydror- 
rhcEa. 

Hidrotique. Hidrotic. 

Hi^mal, -ale. Growing or happening in 
winter ; Hyemal. 

Hi^ranose. Epilepsy ; The sacred 
disease. 

Hi^rapicra. A purgative electuary 
composed of aloes, etc. 

Hidropyre. Erysipelas ; St, Anthony's 
fire. 

Hilarant, -ante ; Hilariant. Exhilara- 
ting. 

Hilarant. Gaz-. Laughing gas. 

Hile. Hilum. 

Hilifere. Having a hilum. 

Hilon. Hernia of the iris through the 
perforated cornea. 

Hippanthropie. Hippanthropy. 

Hippiatre. Hippiater ; Farrier ; Horse 
doctor. 

Hippiatrie ; Hippiatrique. Hippiatry ; 
Veterinary medicine ; Farriery. 

Hippique. Hippie. 

Hippocampe (grand ou petit). Hippo- 
campus (major and minor). 

Hippocras. Hippocras. 

Hippocratique. Hippocratic. 

Hippocratisme. Hippocratism. 

Hippocratiste. A partisan of hippo- 
cratism. 

Hippolithe. Hippolith. 

Hippologie. Hippology. 

Hippopathologie. Hippopathology. 

Hippophage. Hippophagous. 

Hippophagie. Hippophagy. 

Hipposteologie. Hipposteology. 

Hippotomie. Hippotomy. 

Hippurate. Hippurate. 

Hippurie. Hippuria. 

Hippurique. Hippurie. 

Hippus. Hippus ; Nystagmus. 

Hircine. Hircin. 

Hircique. Hircic. 

Hircisme. Hircismus. 

Hirondelle. Swallow (bird). 

Hirsute. Hirsute. 

Hirsutie. Hirsuties. 

Hirudin^, -^e. Relating to leeches. 

Hirudiniculture. Hirudiniculture. 

Hirudiniforme. Shaped like a leech. 

Hispide. Hispid ; Bristly. 

Hispidit^. The condition of a bristly 
part. 



Hispidule. Hispidulous. 

Histine. Fibrin. 

Histiolde. Histioid ; Histoid. 

Histiologie. Description of the tissues 
(Valentin, 1836) ; Histology. 

Histiologique. Histological. See His- 
tiologie. 

Histique. Pertaining to the tissues and 
to their elements. 

Histoblaste. An element or an ana- 
tomical unit of the tissues ; Histo- 

Histochimie. Histochemistry, [blast. 

Hlstodialyse. Histodialysis. 

Histodialjrtique. Histodialytic. 

Histogenese. Histogenesis; Histogeny. 

Histogenetique. Histogenetic. 

Histogenie. Histogeny ; Histogenesis. 

Histographe. One who describes the 
tissues ; Histographer. [1824). 

Histographie. Histography (Heusinger, 

Histoire. History ; Narrative. 

Histologie. Histology (Mayer, 1819). 

Histologique. Histologic; Histolo- 
gical. 

Histolysie. Histolysis (Lyons). 

Histonomie. Histonomy (Heusinger 
1824). 

Histophysiologie. Histophysiology. 

Histotome. Histotome. 

Histotomie. Histotomy. 

Histotomiste. Histotomist ; One who 
dissects the tissues. 

Hlstotripsie. Histotripsy. 

Histotripteur. A linear ecraseur. 

Histotromie. Histotromy ; Fibrillary 
contraction. 

Hiver. Winter. 

Hochet. Coral for teething children. 

Holagogue. Holagogue ; A radical 
remedy. 

Holoblastique. Holoblastic. 

Holopathie. Holopathy. 

Holopathique. Holopathie. 

Holophlyctide. Having vesicles all 
over the body. 

Holost^, -ee. Holosteous. 

Holotomie. Holotomy. 

Holotomique. Holotomie. 

Holotonique. Holotonic. 

Homalographique. Homalograpbic. 

Homard. Lobster. [adj- 

Homicide. Homicide, s. ; Homicidal, 

nominal, -ale; Hominien, -ienne. Per- 
taining to man. 

Hominivore. Applied to parasites of 
man, 

Homme. Man. 

Homocentrique. Homocentric ; Con- 
centric. 



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Homocinchonidine. Homooinchonidin. 

Homoeomorphe. Homeomorphous ; Ho- 
mojomorphous. 

Homoeopathe. Homeopath, or -thist ; 
Homoeopath, or -thist. 

Eomoeopathie. Homeopathy ; Homoeo- 
pathy. 

Homoeoplasie. Homeoplasia ; Homceo- 
plasia. 

Homoeoplastique. Homeoplastic ; Ho- 
moeoplastic. 

Homoeose. Homeosis ; Homoiosis. 

Homogame. Homogamous. 

Homogene. Homogen ; Homogeneous. 

Homogeneite. Homogeneity. 

Homog^nesie ; Homogenie. Homo- 
genesis ; Homogeny. 

Homogone. Homogenous. 

Homologie. Homology. 

Homologique. Homologous. 

Homologue. Homologue. 

Homonome. Homonomous. 

Homonyme. Homonymous. 

Homoptere. Homopterous. 

HomopjTOcatechine. Homologous to 
pyrocatechin. 

Homotone. Homotonic. 

Homotype. Homotype. 

Homotypie. Homotypy. [typic. 

Homotypique. Homotypical ; Homo- 

Homozoique. Homeozoic. 

Hongre. Gelded, Castrated, adj. ; 
Gelding, A castrated person, s. 

Honoraires. Honorarium ; Fee. 

Honteuses. Parties-. Pudenda. 

Honteux, -euse. Pudic. 

Hopital. Hospital. 

Hoquet. Hiccough ; Hiccup. 

Hordeiforme. Hordeiform. 

Hordeine. Hordein. 

Hordeum. Hordeum ; Barley, 

Hordeique. Pertaining to barley. 

Horizon. Horizon. 

Horoptere. Horopter, s. ; Horopteric, 
adj. 

Horopterique. Horopteric. 

Horripilation. Horripilation. 

Hospice. Almshouse ; Hospital. 

Hospitalier, -iere. Pertaining to 
hospitals or to almshouses. 

Hotel-Dieu. Name given to the prin- 
cipal hospital of a town. 

Houblon. Hops ; Humulus ; Lupulus. 

Houille. Pit-coal. 

Houlque. Feather-grass. 

Houppe. Tuft. 

Houppe du menton. Levator labii in- 
ferioris ; Levator menti. 

Houque. Feather-grass. 



Houx. Holly. 

Huaco. Guaco. 

Huanoquine. Huanokin. 

Huile. Oil. 

Huileux, -euse. Oily. 

Huit de chififre. Figure of 8 (bandage). 

Huitieme paire de nerfs cr^iens. The 
auditory nerves (8th pair, French). 

Huitre. Oyster. 

Humage. Inhalation. 

Humain, -ine. Human. 

Humanite. Humanity. 

Humble. Muscle-. The Inferior rectus 
oculi muscle. 

Humectant, -ante. Humectant ; Mois- 
tening, adj. ; Diluent. 

Humectatiou. Moistening, s. ; Wet- 
ting, 8. 

numeraire ; Humeral, -ale. Humeral. 

Humero-cubital, -ale. Humero-ulnar. 

Humero-cubital. Muscle-. The Brach- 
ialis anticus. 

Humero-olecranien, -ienne. Relating 
to the humerus and to the olecranon. 

Humero - sus - metacarpien. Muscle-. 
Extensor carpi radialis longior. 

Humero-sus-radial. Muscle-. Supina- 
tor longus. 

Humerus. Humerus. 

Humeur. Humor. 

Humide. Humid. 

Humide radical. Radical moisture. 

Humidite. Humidity. 

Humifuse. Humifuse. 

Humoral, -ale. Humoral. 

Humorisme. Humoral pathology ; Hu- 
moralism. 

Humorist. Humoralist. 

Humoro-vitalisme. Humoro- vitalism. 

Humuline. Humulin ; Lupulin. 

Humus. Humus ; Vegetable mould. 

Hunterien, -ienne. Hunterian. 

Hurlement. Yell ; Howl ; Shriek ; 
Load groan. 

Hyacinthe. Hyacinth. 

Hyalin, -ine, adj. Hyaline, adj. 

Hyaline, s. Hyalin, s. 

Hyalite. Hyalitis. 

Hyaloide, adj. Hyaloid, adj. 

Hyaloide, s./. The Vitreous humor or 
body. 

Hyaloideite. Hyaloiditis ; Hyalitis. 

Hyaloideomalacie. Softening of the 
vitreous body, 

Hyaloideoproptose. Traumatic prop- 
tosis of the vitreous body. 

Hyaloidien, -ienne. Hyaloid. 

Hyalo'Idite. Hyalitis. 

Hyalonyxis, Hyalonyxis. 



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Hyaloplasma. Hyaloplasm. 

Hybridation. Hybridization, or -sation. 

Hybride. Hybrid. 

Hybridit^. Hybridity ; Hybridism. 

Hydantoique. Hydantoic, 

Hydarthre ; Hydarthrosis. Hydar- 
throsis ; Hydrarthrosis. 

Hydatent^rocele. Hydatenterocele. 

Hydatide. Hydatid, s. 

Hydatidique. Hydatid, adj. 

Hydatidocele. Hydatidocele. 

Hydatidocephale. Hydrocephalus. 

Hydatidogene. Containing or producing 
hydatids. 

Hydatidome. Hydatidoma. 

Hydatidose. Hydatidosis. 

Hydatinien, -ienne ; Hydatique. Hy- 
datid, adj. 

Hydatism. Hydatid fremitus. 

Hydatocele. Hydatidocele. 

Hydatolde, adj. et s. (1) Resembling 
hydatids ; (2) Descemet's membrane ; 
(3) The Vitreous body. 

Hydatule. Cysticercus. 

Hydnocarpe. Hydnocarpus. 

Hydracide. Hydracid. 

Hydragogue. Hydragogue. 

Hydrallante. Liquor amnii ; Dropsy 
of the amnion ; False waters. 

Hydramnios. Hydramnios. 

Hydranmiotique. Hydramniotic. 

Hydranose. Ascites ; (Edema (Lob- 
stein). 

Hydrargjnre. Hydrargyrum ; Mercury. 

Hydrargyria. Hydrargyria ; Mercuri- 
alism. 

Hydrarg3rrique. Pertaining to mercury 
or to mercurialism. [curialism. 

Hydrargjrrisme. Hydrargyrism ; Mer- 

Hydrargjrrose. Hydrargyria ; Mer- 
curial friction. [vation. 

Hydrargyroscalorrh^e. Mercurial sali- 

Hydrargyrostomatite. Mercurial sto- 
matitis. 

Hydrarthre, ou -throse. Hydrar- 
throsis ; Hydrarthrus. 

Hydrastine. Hydrastin. 

Hydrastis. Hydrastis. 

Hydratable. Capable of hydration. 

Hydratation. Hydration. 

Hydrate. Hydrate. 

Hydrate, -6e. Hydrated. 

Hydratique. Pertaining to, or derived 
from, hydrates. 

Hydraulique. Hydraulic. 

Hydrectasie. Hydrectasis. 

Hydr^mese. Hydremesis. 

Hydrenc^phale. Hydrencephal ; Hy^ 
drencepbalus. 



Hydrenc^phalie. Hydrencephaly. 
Hydrenc^phalique. Hydrencephalic. 
Hydrenc^phalocele. Hydrencephalo- 

cele. 
Hydrent^rocele. Hydrenterocele. 
Hydrentromphale. Umbilical hernia 

with effusion into the sac. 
Hydrh^mie. Hydremia, or -eemia. 
Hydriatrie. Hydriatry ; Hydro-thera- 
Hydriatrique. Hydriatrie. [peutics. 
Hydriodate. Hydriodate. 
Hydriodique. Hydriodic. [iodide. 

Hydriodure. Hydriodide ; Hydrated 
Hydriose. Hydriatry. 
Hydrique. Hydric. 
Hydroarion. An ovarian cyst. 
Hydrobilirubine. Hydrobilirubin. 
Hydrobromate. Hydrobromate. 
Hydrobromique. Hydrobromic. 
Hydrocarbure. Hydrocarbon. 
Hydrocardie. Hydrocardia. 
Hydrocele. Hydrocele. 
Hydrocenose. Hydrocenosis. 
Hydrocephale. Hydrocephalus, s. ; 

Hydrocephalous, adj. 
Hydrocephalie. Hydrocephalus. 
Hydrocephalique. Hydrocephalic. 
Hydrocephalocele. Hydrocephalocele. 
Hydrocephalolde. Hydrocephaloid. 
Hydrochinone. Hydrochinone. 
Hydrochlorate. Hydrochlorate. 
Hydrochlore. Chlorine-water. 
Hydrochlorique. Hydrochloric. 
Hydrochloro - nitrique. Acide- (Eau 

regale). A mixture containing 3 parts 

of hydrochloric acid and 1 part of 

nitric acid. 
Hydrocinnamique. Hydrocinnamic. 
Hydrocirsocele. Hydrocirsocele. 
Hydrocoelie. Hydrocoelia, or -celia ; 

Ascites. 
Hydroconion. Shower-bath. 
Hydrocotamine. Hydrocotarnin. 
Hydrocyanique. Hydrocyanic. 
Hydrocyste. Hydrocyst. 
Hydroderme. Hydroderma ; Dropsy of 

the skin. [s.pt. 

Hydrod3mamique, s. Hydrodynamics, 
Hydro-electrique. Hydro-electric. 
Hydro-enc^phaloc^le. Hydrencephalo- 

cele. 
Hydro-ent^rocele. Hydrenterocele. 
Hydro - ent^ro - ^piplocele. Hydro - 

entero-epiplocele. 
Hydro - ent^romphale. Hydro - enter- 

omphalus, or -los. 
Hydro-^piplocele. Hydro-epiplocele ; 

(1) Hydrocele with epiplocele ; (2) 

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Hydro - ^piplomphale. Omental um- 
bilical hernia with fluid in the sac ; 
Hydro-epiplomphaluR, or -los. 

Hydrofere. A method of giving a bath 
of water (simple or medicated) in the 
form of spray, the patient being 
seated in a box such as that used for 
fumigations. 

Hydrofluorique. Hydrofluoric. 

Hydrogale. A mixture of water and 
milk. 

Hydrogastre. Hydrogaster ; Ascites. 

Hydrogenation. Combination of hydro- 
gen with a simple body. 

Hydrogene. Hydrogen. 

Hydrogene, -6e. Combined or mixed 
with hydrogen ; Containing hydro- 
gen. 

Hydrogenese. Hydrogenesis. 

Hydrogenium. Hydrogen chemically 
considered as a metal. 

Hydrogeologie. Hydrogeology. 

Hydroglosse. Ranula. 

Hydrographie. Hydrography. 

Hydrohematocele. Hydrohematocele. 

Hydrohemie. Hydrohemia, or -semia ; 
Hydremia, or -semia. 

Hydrohemothorax. Hydrohemothorax. 

Hydroide. Hydroid. 

Hydrolat. Hydrolatum ; Distilled 
water. 

Hydrolature. A medicinal tincture 
resulting from the action of water. 

Hydrole. Hydrolatum. 

Hydrolique. Applied to a medicine 
obtained by the action of water, 

Hydrologie. Hydrology. 

Hydrolotif. Hydrolatum for external 
use. 

Hydromanie. Hydromania. 

Hydrome. Hydroma. 

Hydromediastine. Supposed dropsy of 
the mediastinum. 

Hy-dromeduse. Hydrozoon. 

Hydromel. Hydrornel. 

Hydromelle. A medicine formed of 
hydromel and of extracts (Beral). 

Hydromeningite. Hydromeningitis. 

Hydrometre, s-.m. Hydrometer, 

Hydrometre, s.f. Hydrometra. 

Hydrometrie. Hydrometry. 

Hydromineral, -ale. Relating to 
mineral waters and to their thera- 
peutical use. 

Hydromphale. Hydromphalus. 

Hydronephrose. Hydronephrosis. 

Hydronose, Hydronosos ; (Edema (Lob- 
stein). 

Hydroophorie. An ovarian cyst. 



Hydroparotide. A parotid cyst ; 

(Edematous parotitis. 
Hydropathie. Hydropathy. 
Hydropedese. Hydropedesis ; Hyper- 

hydrosis. 
Hydropericarde. Hydropericardium. 
Hydroperione. A liquid supposed to 

exist round the decidua (Breschet), 
Hydroperipneumonie. Pneumonia com- 
plicated by pleural hypersecretion. 
Hydroperitonie. Hydroperitoneum ; 

Ascites. 
Hydrophimosis. Phimosis with redema 

of the prepuce. 
Hydrophlegmasie. Hydrophlegmasia. 
Hydrophlogose. Hydrophlogosis ; 

(Edematous inflammation. 
Hydrophobe. Hydrophobe. 
Hydrophobia. Hydrophobia. 
Hydrophore. Carrying or containing 

water. 
Hydrophthalmie. Hydrophthalmia, 
Hydrophyllie. Hydrophyllium. 
Hydrophysocele. Hydrophysocele. 
Hydrophysometre, s.f. Hydrophyso- 

metra. 
Hydropique. Hydropic. 
Hydropisie. Dropsy. 
Hydropisme. The dropsical state. 
Hydropleurie. Pleural dropsy (Piovry). 
Hydropneumap^ricarde. Hydro- 

pneumopericardium, 
Hydropneumathorax, Hydropneumo- 

thorax. 
Hydropneumatique. Hydropneumatic 
Hydropneumatocele. Hydrophysocele. 
Hydropneumonie. Hydropneumonia ; 

(Edema of the lung. 
Hydropneumop^ricarde. Hydro- 

pneumopericardium, 
Hydropneumosarque. Tumour con- 
taining water, gas, and muscular 

tissue. [thorax. 

Hydropneumothorax. Hydropneumo- 
Hydropoese. The production of water 

or serosity, 
Hydropoide. Hydropic. 
Hydropote. A water-drinker. 
Hydropyrete. Hydropyretos. 
Hydroquinon, ou -ne. Hydroquinone. 
Hydrorrhachis. Hydrorrhachis, 
Hydrorrhachiocentese. Parencentesis 

of hydrorrhachis, 
Hydrorrhachitiq.ue, Hydrorrhachitic, 
Hydrorrhee. Hydrorrhea, or cea. 
Hydrosaccharure. Syrup of sugar. 
Hydrosadenite. Hydrosadenitis. 
Hydrosarcocele. Hydrosarcocele. 
Hydrosarque. Hydrosarca ; Anasarca. 



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Hydrosch^oc^le ; Hydrosch^one. Hy- 

droscheocele. 

Hydroscopie. Hygroscopy. 

Hydrose. Glairin. 

Hydrosome. Hydrosoma. 

Hydrostatique, s. Hydrostatics, s.pl. 

Hydrotheque. Hydrotheca. 

Hydrotherapeutique, s. Hydrothera- 
peutics, -s./jl. [Hydrotherapy. 

Hydrotherapie; Hydroth^rapique. 

Hydrothorax. Hydrothorax. 

Hydrotimetre. Hydrometer. 

Hydrotite. Hydrotis. 

Hydrotomie. Hydrotomy. 

Hydroxyle. Hydroxyl, 

Hydrozoaire. Hydrozoon. 

Hydrure. Hydride ; Hydrid. 

Hydrurie. Hydruria, 

Hydrurilique. Hydrurilic. 

Hyetometre. Instrument for measuring 
the rainfall. 

Hygie. Hygeia ; Hygieia. 

Hygiene. Hygiene. 

Hygienique. Hygienic. 

Hygieniste. Hygienist. 

Hygiocome. A convalescent home. 

Hygiologie. Hygieology (Gerdy). 

Hygrine. Hygrin. 

Hygroblepharique. Hygroblepharic. 

Hygrocirsocele. Hydrocirsocele. 

HygrocoUyre. A liquid collyrium. 

Hygrodermie. Hygrodermia. 

Hygrologie. Hygrology, 

Hygroma. Hygroma. 

Hygrometre. Hygrometer. 

Hygrometricit^. The hygrometric pro- 
perty. 

Hygrometrie. Hygrometry. 

Hygrometrique. Hygrometric. 

Hygrophobie. Hygrophobia ; Hydro- 
phobia. 

Hygrophthalmique. Serving to moisten 
the conjunctiva. 

Hygrosarque. Oedema. 

Hygroscope. Hygroscope. 

Hygroscopicit^. The hygroscopic pro- 
perty. 

Hygroscopie. Hygroscopy. 

Hygroscopique. Hygroscopic. 

Hylognosie. Study of matter. 

Hylologie. Treatise on matter. 

Hylotropie. Change of matter ; Pro- 
duction of new matter. 

H3rmen. Hymen. 

Hymenal, -ale ; Hymenique. Hymenal. 

Hjrm^nite. Hymenitis. 

Hymenium. Hymenium. 

Hymenochondroide. Both membranous 
and cai'tilaginous (Heusinger). 



Hsmi^node. Membranous. [branes. 
Hymenogenie. The formation of raem- 
Hymenographie. Hymenography. 
Hymenoide. Membranous. 
Hymenologie. Hymenology. 
Hymenomalacie. Hymenomalacia. 
Hymenomycete. Hymenomycetea. 
Hymenoptere. Hymenopterous. 
Hymenost^olde, s. A morbid, hard 

membranous tissue (Heusinger). 
Hymenotomie. Hymenotomy. 
Hyo-chondroglosse. Applied to part of 

the hyo-glossus muscle. 
Hyo-epiglottique. Hyo epiglottic. 
Hyo-glosse. The Hyo-glossus muscle. 
Hyo-glossien, -ienne. Hyoglossal. 
Hyo - glosso - basi - pharyngien. The 

middle constrictor of the pharynx. 
Hyoide, adj. et ^s■. The hyoid bone, s. ; 

Hyoid, adj. 
Hyoidien, -ienne. Hyoid. 
Hyometre. See Hyetometre. 
Hyo-pharyngien. The middle con- 
strictor of the pharynx. [a pig. 
Hyophthalme. Having small eyes like 
Hyoscine. Hyoscin. 
Hyoscyamine. Hyoscyamin. 
Hyosternal, *•. Hyosternal, s. (Biology). 
Hyo-thjrr^oidien, -ienne. Thyro-hyoid ; 

Thyreo-hyoid. 
Hypactique; Hypagognie. Relaxing. 
Hypalg^sie. Hypalgesia. 
Hypalgie. Hypalgia. 
Hypapophyse. Hypapophysis. 
Hypectasie. Slight extension. 
Hyperacusie. Hyperacusis or -sia ; 

Hyperacousis. 
Hyperad^nome. Hyperadenoma ; 

Hyperadenosis. 
Hyperalbuminose. Hyperalburainosis. 
Hyperalgie. Hyperalgia. 
Hyperauxesis. Hyperauxesis. 
Hypercatharsie. Hypercatharsis. 
Hypercenose. Hypercenosis. 
Hyperceratosis. Hyperkeratosis. 
Hyperchlorhydrie. Hyperchlorhydria. 
Hyperchroma ; Hyperchromie. Hyper- 

chroma. [thesia. 

H3rperchromatopsie. Pseudo-chromes- 
Hypercin^sie. Hypercinesia,or -kinesia. 
Hypercinetique. Hypercinetic, or 

-kinetic. 
Hypercrinie. Hypercrinia. 
Hypercrinique. Causing an increase of 

secretion, 
Hypercrisie. A very severe crisis. 
Hyperdermatose. Hyperdennatosis, 
Hyperdiacrisie. Hypercrinia. 
Hyperdynamic. Hyperdynamia. 



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Hyperemesie. Hyperemesis. 

Hyperencephale. Hyperencephalus (s), 
-loua {adj). 

Hyperencephalie. Hyperencephaly. 

Hyperencephalien, -ienne. Hyperen- 
cephalous. 

Hyperenterose. Hyperenterosis, 

Hyperephidrose. Hyperephidrosis. 

Hyperepidose. Increase of volume. 

Hyperesthesie. Hyperesthesia, or 
-sesthesia. [-aesthetic. 

Hyperesthetique. Hyperesthetic, or 

Hypergenese, -genesie, ou -genie. 
Hypergenesis. 

Hypergenetique. Hypergenetic. 

Hyperhemie. Hyperemia or -aemia. 

Hyperhemie, -ee. Affected with hyper- 
aemia. [idrosis. 

Hyperhidrose. Hypprhidrosis ; Hyper- 

Hyperinose. Hyperinosis. 

Hyperkeratose. Hyperkeratosis. 

Hyperkinesie. Hyperkinesia, or -cinesia. 

Hyperkinetique. Hyperkinetic, or 
-cinetic. 

Hyperlymphie. Hyperlymphia. 

Hyperm^tamorphose. Hypermetamor- 
phosis. 

Hypermetrope. Hypermetropic. 

Hypermetropic. Hypermetropia ; Hy- 
peropia. 

Hypermnesie. Hypermnesia or -sis. 

Hypermnesie, -lee. Pertaining to, or 
afifected with hypermnesia. 

Hypemeurie. Hypemeuria. [neuria. 

Hyperneuroae. Neuroma ; Hyper- 

Hyperope. Hyperope ; Hypermetropic. 

Hyperopharyngien. The Palato-pha- 
ryngeus muscle. [tropia. 

Hyperopie. Hyperopia ; Hyperme- 

Hyperorexique. Aperient. 

Hyperosteogenie; Hjrperostose. Hy- 
perostosis. 

Hyperphlogose. Hyperphlogosis. 

Hyperphrenie. Hyperphrenia (Guis- 
lain). 

Hyperphysique. Metaphysical. 

Hyperpimelie. Adipose polysarcia. 

Hyperplasie. Hyperplasia. 

Hyperplastic. Hypergenesis. 

Hyperplastique. Hyperplastic. 

Hyperplerose. Hyperplerosis. 

Hyperplexie. Hyperplexia. 

Hyperpyretique. Hyperpyretic. 

Hyperpyrexie. Hyperpyrexia. 

Hypersarcie. Polysarcia. [coma. 

Hypersarcose. Hypersarcosis, or -sar- 

Hypersecretion. Hypersecretion. 

Hyperspadias. Epispadias. 

Hypersth^nie. Hypersthenia. 



Hypersystolie. Hyperaystole. 
Hyperthermal, -ale. Hyperthermal ; 

Said of an unbearable rise of the 

temperature of water. 
Hyperthermie. Hyperthermia. 
Hypertonic. Hypertonia. 
Hypertrichosis. Hypertrichosis. 
Hypertrophic. Hypertrophy. 
Hypcrtrophiquc. Hypertrophic. 
Hyperuresc. Hyperuresis ; Polyuria ; 

ICnuresis. [sthenia. 

Hypcrzood3mamie. Animal hyper- 
Hypcsthesie. Hypesthesia. 
Hyphemic. Hyphemia. 
Hyphology. Hyphology ; Histology. 
Hyphomycete. Hyphomycetes. 
Hyphotomie. Hyphotomy. 
Hypinosc. Hypinosis. 
Hjrpnagogiquc. Hypnagogic. 
Hypnesthesie. The feeling of sleep ; 

The desire for sleep. 
H3^niatre. Hypniater. 
Hypnobate. Hypnobat, or -te. 
Hypnobatese. Hypnobatia. [-netic. 
Hypnogenc. Hypnogenous, -nic, or 
Hypnologic. Hypnology. 
Hypnopathie. Hypnopathy. 
Hjrpnophrenosc. (1) Garphology ; (2) 

Dreaming ; Dreams. 
Hypnosc ; Hypnosie. Hypnosis. 
Hypnotique. Hypnotic. 
Hypnotisable. Susceptible of being 

hypnotised. 
Hypnotisant, -ante. Narcotic. 
Hjrpnotise, -^c. Hypnotized, or -sed. 
Hypnotisation. The whole of the 

methods employed to obtain hypnosis. 
Hypnotiseur, -euse. Applied to a 

person who induces hypnotism. 
Hypnotisme. Hypnotism. 
Hypoblaste. Hypoblast. 
Hypobromeux. Hypobromous. 
Hypobromitc. Hypobromite. 
Hypocatharsie. Hypocatharsis. 
Hypochloreux. Hypochlorous. 
Hypochlorite. Hypochlorite. 
Hypochondre. Hypochondrium. 
Hypochondrialgie. Hypochondrialgia. 
Hypochondriaque. Hypochondriac. 
Hypochondrie. Hypochondria ; Hypo- 
chondriasis. 
Hypochromie. Hypochromia. 
Hypocinesie. Hypokinesia, or -sis. 
Hypocinetique. Hyi^okinetic. 
Hypociste. Hypoci.st. 
Hypocophosc. Hardness of hearing. 
Hypocotyl6, -ee ; Hypocotyledonaire ; 

Hypocotyledone, -ee. Hypocotyle- 

donous. 

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Hypocrane, adj. et s. Hypocranium, 
s.j Applied to what is situated be- 
tween the cranium and the dura- 
mater, adj. 

Hjrpocrinie. Diminution of a secretion; 
Hypocrinia. 

Hypocrinique. Pertaining to hypo- 
crinia. 

Hypodermatomie. Hypodermatomy. 

Hypoderme. Hypoderma, s. ; Hypo- 
dermic, adj. 

Hypodermique. Hypodermic. 

Hypodennoclysie. Hypodermoclysis ; 
Hypodermatoclyeis. 

Hypogala. Hypogala. 

Hypogastre. Hypogastrium. 

Hypogastrique. Hypogastric. 

Hypogastrocele. Hypogastrocele. 

Hypogastrodidyme. Hypogastrodidy- 
mus. 

Hypoge, -ee. Hypogeal ; Hypogaeal. 

Hypogenese. Deficiency in number of 
some normal parts of the body. 

Hypog^nesie. Hypogenesis. 

Hypoglobulie. Deficiency of red blood 
corpuscles. 

Hypoglosse. Hypoglossal. 

Hypoglossite. Hypoglossitis. 

Hypoglotte. Hypoglottis (insects). 

Hypoglottide. Pill or tablet held under 
the tongue to dissolve. 

Hypognathe. Hypognathus, s.; Hypog- 
nathous, adj. 

Hypogyne. Hypogynous. 

Hypogynie. Hypogynia. 

Hypogynique. Relating to hypogynia. 

Hypoh^ma. Effusion of blood into the 
anterior chamber of the eye. 

Hypohemie. Hyphemia, or -asmia. 

Hypokinesia. Hypokinesia, or -sis. 

Hypokin^tique. Hypokinetic. 

Hypolymphie. Diminution of lymph. 

Hypomene. Hypomenous. 

Hyponarth^cie. Treatment of fractures 
by suspension (Mayor, of Lausanne). 

Hyponeurie. Hyponeuria. 

Hypophase. Hypophasis ; Condition 
in which the patient's eyes are half 
shut, the whites only being visible. 

Hypophlegmasie. Subinflammation. 

Hypophore. A fistulous ulcer. 

Hypophosphite. Hypophosphite. 

Hypophosphoreux, -euse. Hypophos- 
phorous. 

Hypophthalmie. Subconjunctival in- 
flammation of the lower eyelid. 

Hypophyse. Hypophysis. 

Hypoplastie. Hypoplasticemia, or 
-semia ; Hypoplastemia, or -semia. 



Hypopion. Hypopyon. 

Hyporrhachis. Hyporachis. 

Hyposarque. Fleshy tumour of the 
hypogastrium. 

Hyposch^otomie. Puncturing a hydro- 
cele at the lower part of the scro- 
tum. 

Hyposcl6reux, -euse. Not very hard. 

Hyposcl^reux. Tissu-. Fibrous tissue. 

Hypospade ; Hypospadiaque. Re- 
lating to, or suffering from, hypo- 
spadias. 

Hypospadias. Hypospadias. 

Hypospathisme. An old empirical 
operation in chronic ophthalmia. 

Hyposphagme. Subcutaneous or sub- 
mucous ecchymosis of the eye. 

Hypostaphylie. Lengthening or pro- 
lapse of the uvula. 

Hypostase. Hypostasis. 

Hypostatique. Hypostatic. 

Hypostenose. Incomplete stricture ; 
Hypostenosis. 

Hyposth^nie. Hyposthenia. 

Hyposthenique. Hyposthenic. 

Hyposthenisant, -ante. Causing hyjjo- 
sthenia ; Hyposthenic. 

Hyposulfate. Hyposulphate. 

Hyposulfite. Hyposulphite. 

Hyposulfurique. Hyposulphuric. 

Hypothalle. Hypothallus. 

Hypoth6cie, or -cium. Hypothecium. 

Hypothenar. Hypothenar. 

Hypothermal, -ale. Hypothermal. 

Hypothermie. Hypothermia. 

Hypothese. Hypothesis. 

Hypothionique. Hyposulphuric. 

Hypotrophie. Hypotrophy. 

Hypoxanthine. Hypoxanthin. 

Hypsiloglosse. The Hyo-glossus muscle. 

Hypsilolde. Hypsiliform ; Ypsiliform. 

Hypsic^phalie. Hypsicephaly. 

Hypsom^trie. Hypsometry. 

Hysope ; Hyssope. Hyssop. 

Hysteralgie. Hysteralgia. 

Hyst^ratresie. Hysteratresia. 

Hyst^rectomie. Hysterectomy. 

Hyst^ricisme. Hystericism. 

Hysterie. Hysteria. 

Hyst^rique. Hysterical. 

Hyst^risme. Hystericism. 

Hysterite. Hysteritis ; Metritis. 

Hystero-catalepsie. Hysterocatalepsy. 

Hyst^rocele. Hysterocele. 

Hystdroclisie. Hysterocleisis. 

Hysterocystique. Hysterocystic ; Per- 
taining to the uterus and to the 
bladder. 

Hyst^rocystooele. Hysterocystocele. 



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Hyst^ro-d^monopatliie. Hysterode- 

monopathy. 
Hyst^rodjmamometre. Hysterodyna- 

mometer. 
Hyst^ro-epilepsie. Hystero-epilepsy. 
Hysterogene. Hysterogenic. 
Hysteroide. Hysteroid. 
Hysterolithe. Hysterolith. 
Hysterolithiase. Hysterolithiasis. 
Hysteroloxie. Hysteroloxia. 
Hysteroljonphangite. Hysterolymph- 

angitis. 
Hysterome. Tumour of the womb ; 

Hysteroma. 
Hysteromalacie. Hysteromalacia. 
Hysteromanie. Hysteromania ; Nym- 
phomania. 
Hysterometre. Hysterometer (Ricord). 
Hysterometrie. Hysterometry. 
Hysteromorphe. Resembling the uterus; 

Resembling hysteria. 
Hysteromyome. Hysteromyoma. 
Hysteropathie. Hysteropathy. 
Hysteropexie. Hysteropexy, or -xia. 
Hysterophore. Hysterophore. 
Hysterophyse. Distension of the uterus 

by gases ; Hysterophysis. 
Hysteroplegie. Hysteroplegia. 
Hysteroptose. Hysteroptosis. 
Hysterorrhagie. Uterine haemorrhage. 
Hysterorrhaphie. Hysterorrhaphy. 
Hysterorrhee. Hysterorrhea, or -cea. 
Hysterostomatome. Hysterostoma- 

tome. 
Hysterostomatomie. Hysterostoraa- 

tomy ; Hysterostomatotomy. 
Hysterotokotomie. Hysterotokotomy ; 

Caesarean section. 
Hysterotome. Hysterotome. 
Hysterotomie. Hysterotomy. 
Hysterotomotocie. Hysterotomotocia. 
Hystricisme. Hystricismus. 

latralipte. One who practises the 

iatraliptic method, 
latraliptique, s. The iatraliptic or 

epidermatic method ; latraliptics. 
latrion. The operating room or surgical 

laboratory of a medical man in anti- 
latrique. latric. [quity. 

latrochimie. latrochemistry. 
latrognomique, *\ The knowledge of 

medical matters. 
latrologie. latrology. 
latromathematicien, -ienne. latro- 

mathematician. [matics. 

latromathematique, s. latromathe- 
latromecanicien, -ienne. latromathe- 

matician. 



latromecanique, .v. latromathematics. 

latrom^canisme. The doctrine of iatro- 
mathematicians. 

latrophysique, s. latrophysics. 

latrosophiste. latrosophist. 

Icajine. Icajin. 

Ichor. Ichor. 

Ichoreux, -euse. Ichorous ; Ichoroid. 

Ichthidine. Ichthidin. 

Ichthine ; Ichtine. Ichthin. 

Ichthuline ; Ichtyline. Ichthulin. 

Ichth3rique. Ichthyic. 

IchthyocoUe, ou Ichtyocolle. Ichthyo- 
coUa. 

Ichthyoide, ou Ichtyoide. Ichthyoid. 

Ichthyologie, ou Ichtyologie. Ichthy- 
ology. 

Ichthyomorphe, ou Ichtyomorphe. 
Ichthyomorphic. 

Ichthyophage, ou Ichtyophage. Ich- 
thyophagous. 

Ichthyose, ou Ichtyose. Ichthyosis. 

Ichthyosique, ou Ichtyosique. Ichthy- 
otic. 

Ichthyotomie, ou Ichtyotomie. Ichthy- 
otomy. 

Icica. Icica. 

Iconoscope. Iconoscope. 

Icosandre. Icosander. 

Ictere ; Ictericie. Icterus ; Icteritia. 

Ictericie. (1) Chlorosis ; (2) Icterus. 

Ict6rique. Icteric. 

Icterode. Icterode ; Icteroid. 

Icteroide. Icteroid. 

Ictus. Ictus ; Sudden attack. 

Idealite. Idealism. 

Ideation. Ideation. 

Idee. Idea. 

Identique. Identical. 

Identiste. Identist ; Unicist. 

Identite. Identity. 

Ideo-moteur, -trice. Ideo-motor. 

Idio-electrique. Idio-electric. 

Idio-musculaire. Idio-muscular. 

Idiopathie. Idiopathy. 

Idiopathique. Idiopathic. 

Idiosthenie. Idiosthenia. 

Idiosthenique. Idiosthenie. 

Idiosyncrasie. Idiosyncrasy. 

Idios3mcrasique. Idiosyncratic. 

Idiosyncrise. Spontaneous manifesta- 
tion of different phenomena in the 
same organism. 

Idiot. Idiot. 

Idiotie. Idiocy. 

Idiotisme. Idiotism ; Idiotcy ; Idiotry. 

Idryle. Idryl. 

If. Yew. 

Igasurine. Igasurin. 



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Igasurique. Igasuric. 

Ignatie. Ignatia. 

Igne, -6e ; Igneal, -ale. Igneous. 

Ignipuncture. Ignipuncture. 

Ignition. Ignition. 

Ilamides, pi. The Meninges. 

lie. Insula ; Island. 

Il^adelphe. Ileadelphus. 

Ileite. Ileitis. 

Ileo-csecal, -ale. Ileo-cecal ; Ileo-caecal. 

Ileo-cholose. Cholorrhea, or -oea. 

Ileo-colique. Ileo-colic. 

Ileo-diclidite. Ileodicliditis. 

Il^ographie. Description of the ileum 
or of the intestines ; Ileology. 

Il^ologie. Ileology. 

11^0 - lombaire ; Ilio - lombaire. Ilio- 
lumbar ; Pertaining to the iliacus 
muscle and to the loins. 

Il^on. Ileum. 

11^0 - typhus. Ileotyphus ; Typhoid 
fever. 

lies, pi. The lateral and inferior regions 
of the abdomen. 

ties. Os des-. The Ilium. 

Il^us. Ileus. 

Ilex. Ilex. 

Iliaco-musculaire. Ilio-lumbar {q.v.). 

Iliaco - trochantinien. Iliaco-trochan- 
teric, axij. ; The Iliacus muscle, s. 

Iliaque. Iliac. 

Iliaque. Muscle-. Iliacus muscle. 

Iliaque. Os-. The Ilium or Os inno- 
minatum. 

Ilicine. Ilicin. 

Ilii-sacro-f^moral (Muscle), -ale. The 
Gluteus maximus, s, ; Pertaining to 
this muscle, adj. 

Ilio - abdominal (Muscle), -ale. The 
Obliquus internus abdominis ; In- 
ternal oblique muscle of the abdo- 
men, s. ; Pertaining to this muscle, 
adj. 

Ilio-apon^vrosi-f^moral (Muscle), -ale. 
The Tensor vaginse femoris, s, ; Per- 
taining to this muscle, adj. 

nio-capsulo-trochantin. Pertaining to 
the anterior inferior spine of the 
ilium, to the capsular ligament of the 
hip- joint, and to the lesser trochanter, 
adj. ; Some rare muscular fibres 
accompanying the ilio-femoral liga- 
ment, s. 

Ilio-costal (Muscle), -ale. The Quad- 
ratus lumborum, .v. ; Pertaining to 
this muscle, adj. 

Ilio-cr6ti-tibial (Muscle), -ale. The 
Sartorius, s. (Dumas) ; Pertaining to 
this muscle, adj. 



Ilio-f^moral (Ligament), -ale. The Ilio- 
femoral ligament, s. ; Pertaining to 
the ilium and to the femur, adj. 

Ilio - ischio - trochanterien (Muscle), 
-ienne. The Gluteus minimus, t. ; 
Pertaining to this muscle, adj. 

Ilio-lombaire. Ilio-lumbar. 

Ilio-lombi-costal (Muscle), -ale. The 
Quadratus lumborum, s. (Dumas) ; 
Pertaining to this muscle, adj. 

Ilio-lombo-costo-abdominal (Muscle), 
-ale. The Internal oblique of the 
abdomen, s. ; Pertaining to this 
muscle, adj. 

Ilion. The Ilium. 

Ilio-pectine, -^e. Ilio-pectineal. 

Ilio-pretibial (Muscle), -ale. The Sar- 
torius, s. (Chaussier) ; Pertaining to 
this muscle, adj. 

Ilio-pubi-costo - abdominal (Muscle), 
-ale. The External oblique, ■*. ; Per- 
taining to this muscle, adj. 

Ilio-pubien, -ienne. Ilio-pubic. 

Ilio-rotulien (Muscle), -ienne. The 
Rectus femoris, s. (Chaussier) ; Ex- 
tending from the ilium to the jjatella, 
adj. 

Ilio-sacro-femoral (Muscle), -ale. The 
Gluteus maximus, s. ; Pertaining to 
this muscle, adj. 

Ilio-scrotal (Nerf), -ale. The Ilio- 
inguinal nerve, s. ; Ilio-scrotal, mlj. 

Ilio-spinal (Muscle), -ale. The Longissi- 
mus dorsi, s. ; Pertaining to this 
muscle, adj. 

Ilio - trochanterien (grand et petit) 
(Muscle), -ienne. The Gluteus medius 
and the Gluteus minimus, s. ; Per- 
taining to these muscles. 

Ilium. Ilium. 

Ilixanthine. Ilixanthin. 

lU^gitime. Illegitimate. 

lUicium. lUicium. 

lUition. Inunction. 

lUuminant, -ante. Illuminating. 

Illumination. Illumination. 

Illumine, -^e. Illuminated. 

Illuminisme. Illuminism. 

Illusion. Illusion. 

mutation. Illutation. 

Ilm^nium. Ilmenium (Hermann) ; A 
hypothetical metal. 

Image. Image. 

Imaginaire. Imaginary. 

Imaginal, -ale. Imaginal. 

Imagination. Imagination. 

Imago. Imago. 

Imbicillite. Imbecility. 

Imberbe. Beardless. 



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Imbibition. Imbibition. 

Imbraque, -^e. Imbricate; Imbricated. 

Im^rachisme. Impulsion to imitation. 

Im^satine. Body derived from Isatin. 

Imitation. Imitation. 

Immanence. Immanency. 

Immateriel, -ielle. Intangible ; Im- 
ponderous ; Subjective. 

Imm^diat, -ate. Immediate ; Direct. 

Immerge, -ee. Immersed. 

Immerge, 6-. A person that has been 
immersed after death (Med. Juris- 
prudence). 

Immersion. Immersion. 

Immigration. Immigration. 

Imminence. Imminence ; Impendency. 

Immobilisation. Immobilization, or 
-sation. 

Immobilite. (1) Immobility ; (2) A 
nervous disease of horses. 

Immondice. Filth ; Dirt. 

Immunite. Immunity. 

Impaction. Impaction. [bers). 

Impair, -re. Uneven ; Odd (in num- 

Impalpable. Impalpable. 

Impaludisme. Impaludism. 

Impastation. The process by which a 
substance is brought to the con- 
sistence of paste ; Impastation. 

Impatiinide. Irapatiinid. 

Impenetrabilite. Impenetrability. 

Impenne ; Impenne, -ee. Impennous. 

Imperatoire. Imperatoria ; Master- 
Imperfection. Imperfection. [wort. 

Imperforation. Imperforation. 

Impermeabilite. Impermeability. 

Impermeable. Impermeable. 

Impetigineux, -euse. Impetiginous, 

Impetiginiforme. Impetiginoid. 

Impetigo. Impetigo. 

Impetum faciens. Vital energy. 

Implacentaire. Aplacental. 

Implantation. Implantation. 

Imponderable. Imponderable. 

Impotence. Impotence. 

Impotent, -ente. Impotent. 

Impregnation. Impregnation. 

Impressibilite. The possibility of re- 
ceiving an impression. 

Impressible. Susceptible of impression; 
Impressionable. 

Impressif, -ive. Causing an impression; 
Impressive. 

Impression. Impression. 

Impressionnabilite. The impression- 
able condition. 

Impressionnable. Impressionable. 

Impubere. Impuberal. 

Impuissance. Impotency. 



Impulsif, -ive. Impulsive. 
Impulsion. Impulsion. 
Inactif, -ive. Inactive ; Inert. 
Inalbumin^, -^e. Deprived of albumen. 
Inalliable. That cannot be alloyed or 

combined. 
Inamovible. Irremovable. 
Inanime, -ee. Inanimate. 
Inanitiation. A gradual transition to 

inanition (Chossat). 
Inanition. Inanition. 
Inanthere, -ee. Inantherate. 
Inappendicule, -ee. Inappendiculate. 
Inappetence. Inappetence. 
Inarticul^, -ee. Inarticulate. 
Inassimilable. Inassimilable. 
Inauration. Filling teeth with gold ; 

Gilding pills, etc. 
Incandescence. Incandescence. 
Incantation. Incantation. 
Incapacite. Incapacity ; Impotence. 
Incarceration. Incarceration. 
Incarcere, -ee. Incarcerated. 
Incamatif, -ive. Regenerative ; In- 

carnative. [tion. 

Incarnation. Incarnation ; Regenera- 
Inceal. Relating to the Incus, adj. ; 

The Incus of fishes, s. 
Incendiaire. Stimulating or exciting 

to gastro - intestinal inflammation 

(Broussais). 
Incendie. Fire ; Conflagration. 
Inceration. The incorporation of wax 

with another material. 
Incidence. Incidence. 
Incident, -ente. Incident ; Falling 

upon. 
Incineration. Incineration. 
Incise, -^e. Incised. 
Inciseur. Any cutting surgical instru- 
ment ; Incisor. 
Incisif, -ive. Incisive. 
Incisif. Muscle-. Levator labii supe- 

rioris. 
Incisif inferieur. Muscle-. Levator 

labii inferioris. 
Incisif. Os-. The Intermaxillary bone. 
Incision. Incision. 
Incisive, s. An incisive tooth. 
Incisure. Incisura ; Incisure. 
Incitabilite. Incitability ; Irritability. 
Incitant, -ante. That causes incita- 
bility ; Inciting. 
Incitation. Stimulus. 
Incito-moteur, -trice. Excito-motor. 
Incito-motricit6. Excito-motricity. 
Inclinaison. Inclination ; Angle. 
Inclination. Inclination ; Attachment. 
Incline, -ee. Inclined ; Bent. 



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Indus, -use. Enclosed (Botany), 
Inclusion. Inclusion ; The encysted 

condition. 
Inclusion. Monstruosit^ par-. In- 

clusio fnetalis. 
Incoercibilit^. The condition of not 

being amenable to confinement in any 

vessel. 
Incoercible. (1) Not capable of being 

confined in any vessel ; (2) Often 

repeated ; That cannot be arrested 

or stopped. 
Incoherence. Incoherence. 
Incolore. Wanting in colour ; Defi- 
cient in coloration. 
Incombant, -ante. Incumbent (Botany). 
Incombustibility. Incombustibility. 
Incombustible. Incombustible. 
Incompatibility. Incompatibility. 
Incompatible. Incompatible. 
Incomplet, -ete. Incomplete. 
Incompressibilite. Incompressibility. 
Incompressible. Incompressible. 
Inconscient, -ente. Done during the, or 

during an, unconscious state ; Applied 

to reflex action. 
Incontinence. Incontinence. 
Incorporation. Incorporation. 
Incrassant, -ante. Incrassative ; In- 

crassate ; Incrassating ; Nutritive. 
Incrassation. Incrassation ; Inspissa- 

tion. 
Increment. Increment. 
Incr^mentitiel, -elle. Incremental ; 

Assimilated. 
Incr^mentition. Assimilation. 
Incristallisable. Said of bodies that 

cannot be obtained as crystals. 
Incrustant, -ante. Incrustate ; Tend- 
ing to become incrustated. 
Incrustation. Incrustation. 
Incruste, -^e. Incrusted ; Adherent. 
Incubation. Incubation. 
Incube. Incubus, 
Incurability. Incurability. 
Incurable. Incurable. 
Incurvation. Incurvation. 
Incurv^, -^e. Incurved. 
Indefini, -ie. Indefinite. 
Ind^hiscence. Indehiscency, 
Ind^hiscent, -ente. Indehiscent. 
Indents, -^e. Indentated ; Indentate, 
Index. Index (finger). 
Indican; Indicane. Indican. 
Indicanine. A derivative of indican. 
Indicateur, -trice. Indicator (finger), n. ; 

Indicating, adj. 
Indicateur. Muscle-. The Extensor in- 

dicis. 



Indication. Indication ; Symptom. 

Indice. Indicium ; Symptom ; Sign. 

Indien, -enne. Indian. 

Indifference. Indifference. 

Indifferent, -ente. Indifferent. 

Indifulvine. Indifulvin. 

Indifuscine. Indifuscin. 

Indigene. Indigenous. 

Indig^re, -^e. Undigested; Indigested. 

Indigeste. Indigestible. 

Indigestion. Indigestion. 

Indiglycine. Indiglucin ; Indiglycin. 

Indigo. Indigo. 

Indigocarmine. Indigo-carrain. 

Indigofere. Giving indigo, adj. ; Indi- 
gotera, .v. 

Indigotier. Tndigofera. 

Indigotine. I ndigotin ; Indigo-blue. 

Indihumine. Indihumin. 

Indirect, -te. Indirect. 

Indirrhetine. Indirhetin. 

Indirubine. Indirubin. 

Indisine. Indisin. 

Indisposition. Indisposition. 

Indissolubility. Indissolubility. 

Indissoluble. Indissoluble. 

Indium. Indium. 

Individu. Individual, .v. [or -sation. 

Individualisation, Individualization, 

Individualisme. Individualism. 

Individuality. Individuality. 

Individuel, -elle. Individual, adj. 

Indol. Indol. 

Indolent, -ente. Indolent ; Sluggish. 

Inducteur, -trice. Induced. 

Inductif, -ive. Inductive. 

Induction. Induction. 

Induit, -ite. Induced. 

Induplicatif, -ive. Induplicate. 

Induration. Induration. 

Indure, -^e. Indurated. 

Indusie. Indusium. 

Induvial, -ale. Induviate. 

Induvie. Induviaj, 

Induvie, -6e. Induviate. 

In^e. Strophanthus, 

In^gal, -ale. Unequal. 

Inembryonne, -^e. Cryptoganious. 

Inequilateral, -ale. Having two halves 
of unecjual size or of different shape. 

Inequivalve. Inequivalve. 

Inerme. Inerm. 

Inerte. Inert. 

Inertie. Inertia ; Sluggishness. 

Infanticide. Infanticide. 

Infantile. Infantile. 

Infarction. Infarction. 

Infarctus. Infarct ; Infarctus ; Ob- 
struction ; Plug. 



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Inf^cond, -de. Barren ; Sterile ; In- 

fecund ; Unfruitful. 
Infectant, -ante. Infective ; Infecting. 
Infectieux, -euse. Infectious. 
Infection. Infection. 
Infectiosite. The condition that causes 

infection. 
Infere. Inferior ; Lower (Botany). 
Inferieur, -eure. Inferior ; Lower. 
Infemale. Pierre-. Nitrate of silver. 
Infibulation. Infibulation. 
Infiltration. Infiltration. 
Infiltr^, -ee. Infiltrated. 
Infinnerie. Infirmary ; Hospital. 
Infirmier, -iere. A male or female 

attendant or nurse for hospital 

patients. 
Infirmity. Infirmity. 
Inflammability. Inflammability. 
Inflammable. Inflammable. 
Inflammation. Inflammation. 
Inflammatoire. Inflammatory. 
Inflation. Inflation. 
Inflechi, -ie. Inflected ; Inflexed. 
Inflexion. Inflexion ; Inflection. 
Inflorescence. Inflorescence. 
Influence. Influence. 
Influenza. Influenza. 
Influx. Influx. 

Infra-cephalique. Infra-cephalic. 
Infra-claviculaire. Infraclavicular. 
Infraction. Incomplete fracture of a 

bone in children. 
Infra-diaphragmatique. I n f r a d i a - 

phragmatic. 
Infra-epineux, -euse. Infraspinous. 
Infra-orbitaire. Infra-orbital. 
Infra-scapulaire. Infrascapular. 
Infra-thoracique. Infrathoracic. 
Infra-trochanterien, -ienne. Under the 

trochanter. 
Infundibuliforme. Infundibuliform. 
Infundibulum. Infundibulum. 
Infuse ; Infusum. Infusum ; Infusion. 
Infusibilite. Infusibility. 
Infusible. Unfusible. 
Infusion. Infusion. 
Infusoir. Infusor. 
Infusoire. Infusoria. 
Infusoriforme. Having the shape of 

the infusoria. 
Ingesta. Ingesta. 
Ingestion. Ingestion. 
Ingrassial, tv. The lesser wings of the 

sphenoid as a separate bone (G. Saint- 

Hilaire). 
Ingrassias. Apophyses d'-. The pro- 
cesses of Ingrassias ; the lesser wings 

of the sphenoid. I 



Ingredient. Ingredient. 

Inguinal, -ale. Inguinal. 

Inguino-abdominal, -ale. Inguino-ab- 
dominal. 

Inguino-crural, -ale. Inguino-crural. 

Inguino-cutane.-^e.Inguino-cutaneous. 

Inguino - interstitiel, -elle. Inguino- 
interstitial (applied to the walls of 
the inguinal canal). 

Inhalateur, -trice. Inhaling, adj. ; In- 
haler, s. 

Inhalation. Inhalation. 

Inherent, -ente. Inherent. 

Inhibition. Inhibition. 

Inhibitoire. Inhibitory. 

Inhumation. Inhumation. 

Inial, -ale ; Iniaque. Inial. 

Iniencephale. Iniencephalus. 

Iniodyme. Iniodymus. 

Inion. Inion. 

Iniope. Iniops. 

Injecte, -ee. Injected. 

Injection. Injection. 

Inne, -^e. Innate ; Congenital. 

Inn^it^. The quality of that which is 
innate or congenital. 

Innervable. Susceptible of innervation. 

Innervation. Innervation. 

Innerver. To transmit innervation. 

Innomin^, -ee. Innominate. 

Innomine. Cartilage-. The cricoid car- 
tilage. 

Innomin^e. Glande-. The lacrymal 
gland. [true pelvis. 

Innomin^e. Ligne-. The brim of the 

Innomine. Nerf-. The trifacial or tri- 
geminus nerve. 

Innomine. Os-. The os innominatum. 

Innomln6. Petit os-. Each of the cunei- 
form bones of the tarsus. 

Innomin^es du coeur. Veines-. The 
anterior cardiac veins. 

Inoculabilit^. Inoculability. 

Inoculable. Inoculable. 

Inoculation. Inoculation. 

Inoculaire. In ocular. 

Inodore. Inodorous. 

Inodule. A cicatrix of inodular tissue. 

Inodulaire. Inodular ; Applied to the 
white, hard cellular tissue forming 
the cicatrix of a wound (Delpech). 

Inogene. Inogen. 

Inopexie. Inopexia, or -xy. 

Inorganique. Inorganic. 

Inosagme ; Inotagme. Inotagmata 
(Engelmann). 

Inosculation. Inosculation. 

Inosine ; Inosite. Inosite. 

Inositurie. Inosituria ; luosuria. 



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Inost^atome. Inosteatoma. 

Inosurie. Inosuria ; Inosituria. 

Inquartation. Addition of silver to an 
alloy of gold and silver. 

Inquietude. Anxiety ; Restlessness. 

Inquin^, -ee. Containing a noxious 
principle (Lavoisier). 

lusalivation, Insalivation. 

Insalubre. Insalubrious ; Unhealthy ; 
Unwholesome. 

Insalubrity. Insalubrity. 

Insaniste. A specialist for insanity. 

Insanity. Insanity. 

Inscription. Formula, 

Insecte. Insect. 

Insecticide. Insecticide. 

Insectivore. Insectivorous. 

Insectologie. Insectology ; Entomo- 
logy. 

Ins^nescence. Insenescence. 

Insensibilisateur. Causing insensibility, 
adj. ; The instrument employed to 
cause insensibility, s. 

Insensibilisation. Any influence that 
causes insensibility. 

Insensibility. Insensibility ; Anees- 
thesia. 

Insensible. Insensible. 

Insdr^, -^e. Inserted. 

Insertion. Insertion. 

Insex^, -ee. Having no sex or no sexual 
organs. 

Insidieux, -euse. Insidious. 

Insinglass vegetal. A commercial name 
for gelose. 

Insipide. Insipid ; Tasteless. 

Insolation. Insolation ; Sunstroke. 

Insolubility. Insolubility, 

Insoluble. Insoluble. 

Insomnie. Insomnia. 

Inspecteur, -trice. Inspecting, adj. ; 
Inspector, s. 

Inspection. Inspection. 

Inspirateur, -trice. Inspirating ; In- 
spiratory, adj.; Inspirer, s. 

Inspiration. Inspiration. 

Inspissation. Inspissation. 

Instable. Unstable. 

Instamin^, -^e. Instaminate. 

Instauration. Instauration. 

Instillation. Instillation. 

Instinct. Instinct. 

Instinctif, -ive. Instinctive. 

Instipul6, -6e. Instipulate. 

Instruction. Instruction ; Formula. 

Instrument. Instrument. 

lusufficientisme. The doctrine of ex- 
pectant treatment that regards thera- 
peutical means as insufficient. 



Insufficientiste. The person who admits 
the doctrine of expectant treatment. 
(See preceding word.) 

Insuffisance. Insufficiency. 

Insuffisant, -ante. Insufficient ; In- 
adequate. 

Insufflation. Insufflation. 

Insula de Reil. Island of Reil. 

Intactile. Intangible ; Impalpable. 

Integrant, -ante. Integral. 

Intellect. Intellect ; Intelligence. 

Intellectif. Intellective. 

Intellectuel, -elle. Intellectual. 

Intelligence. Intelligence. 

Intemperance. Intemperance. 

Intemperie. (1) Inclemency (of weather, 
season) ; (2) Bad constitution (Galen). 

Intense. Intense ; Severe. 

Intensity. Intensity. 

Intention. Intention. [of a gland. 

Interacineux, -euse. Between the acini 

Interapophysaire. Between apophyses ; 
Interapophysary. 

Interarticulaire. Interarticular. 

Interar3rt6noidien, -ienne. Interary- 
tenoid. 

Interauriculaire. Interauricular. 

Intercadence. Intercadence. 

Intercadent, -ente. Intercadent. 

Intercalaire. Intercalary. 

Intercapillaire. Intercapillary. 

Intercarotidien, -ienne. Intercarotid. 

Intercartilagineux, -euse. Between 
cartilages ; Intercartilaginous. 

Intercellulaire. Intercellular. 

Interception. Interception ; (1) The 
arrest of the action of the material 
cause of disease (Ch. Robin) ; (2) 
A kind of bandage used by the 
ancients to arrest the action of the 
material cause of diseases such as 
Gout or Rheumatism (Littre). 

Intercervical, -ale. Intercervical, adj., 
One of the cervical Interspinales, s. 

Interclaviculaire. Interclavicular. 

Intercolumnaire. Intercolumnar, 

Intercondylien, -ienne. Between con- 
dyles. 

Intercostal, -ale. Intercostal. 

Intercostaux. Muscles-. Intercostal 
muscles. 

Inter-crico-thyr^oidien, -ienne. Be- 
tween the cricoid and the thyroid. 

Intercun^en, -^enne. Term applied to 
the ligaments between the cuneiform 
bones. 

Intercurrent, -ente. Intercurrent. 

Intercutan^, -^e. Intercutaneous ; Sub- 
cutaneous. 



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Interdiction. Interdiction. 

Interdigital, -ale ; Interdigit^^ -^e. 
Interdigital. 

Inter^pineux, -euse. Interspinoxis. 

Inter^pineux. Muscles-. The Inter- 
spinales muscles. 

Interfasciculaire. Interfascicular. 

Interference. Interference ; Interposi- 
tion (of light). 

Interference nerveuse. Inhibition (CI. 
Bernard). 

InterfoUiculaire. InterfolHcular. 

Interhemispherique. Interhemispheric. 

Interlatericostal. Any external inter- 
costal muscle. 

Interligamenteux, -euse. Between liga- 
ments. 

Interlobaire. Interlobar. 

Interlobulaire. Interlobular. 

Intermaxillaire. Intermaxillary, adj. ; 
Intermaxilla, s. 

Intermede. Intermediate, s. 

Interm^diaire. Intermediate, adj. ; 
Intervening. 

Intermembranulaire. Between mem- 
branes or membranules, 

Intermetacarpien, -ienne. Intermeta- 
carpal. 

Intermetatarsien, -ienne. Intermeta- 
tarsal. 

Intermission. Intermission. 

Intermittence. Intermission. 

Intermittent, -ente. Intermittent. 

Intermusculaire. Intermuscular. 

Interne. Internal, adj. ; Intern, s. ; 
House-surgeon or house-physician. 

Intemeural, -ale. Interneural. 

Interorbitaire. Interorbital. 

Interorganique. Between organs or 
their elements. 

Interosseux, -euse. Interosseous. 

Interpapillaire. Interpapillary. 

Interparietal, -ale. Interparietal. 

Interpedonculaire. Interpeduncular. 

Interplevricostal, -ale. Between the 
ribs and the pleura, adj. ; An In- 
ternal intercostal muscle, s. 

Interposition. Interposition ; Genera- 
tion by interposition ; Interstitial 
generation. 

Interpyramidal, -ale. Between the 
Pyramidales abdominis muscles. 

Interradius. Interradius. 

Interrogation. Interrogation ; Ques- 
tioning a patient. 

Interrompu, -ue. Interrupted. 

Interrupteur. Interrupter. 

Interscapulaire. Interscapular, 

Intersection. Intersection. 



Interstice. Interstice. 

Interstitiel, -elle. Interstitial. 

Interstrie. The elevation between 
grooves or striae. 

Intertrachelien, -ienne. Between the 
cervical vertebrae, adj. ; A cervical 
Intertransversalis muscle, s. 

Intertransversaire. Between the trans- 
verse processes of the vertebrae, adj.; 
An Intertransversalis muscle, s. 

Intertrigineux, -euse. Intertriginous. 

Intertrigo. Intertrigo. 

Interutero-placentaire. Between the 
gravid uterus and the placenta ; In- 
terutero-placental. 

Interutriculaire. Between utricles. 

Intervalle. Interval. 

Interventriculaire. Interventricular. 

Interversion. Inter version. 

Intervertebral, -ale. Intervertebral. 

Interverti, -ie. That has been sub- 
jected to interversion ; Inter verted. 

Intestin. Intestine, s. 

Intestin grele. Small intestine. 

Intestin. Gros-. Large intestine. 

Intestin, -ine. Intestine, adj. 

Intestinal, -ale. Intestinal. 

lutima. Intima. 

Intimity. Depth (of an organ or 
tissue). 

Intine. Intine. 

Intolerance. Intolerance. 

Intolerant, -ante. Intolerant. 

Intonation. Intonation. 

Intoxication. Intoxication ; Poisoning. 

Intoxication saturnine. Lead-poison- 
ing. 

Intra - abdominal, -ale. Intra - ab- 
dominal. 

Intra-arachnoidien, -ienne. Within 
the arachnoid. 

Intracapsulaire. Intracapsular. 

Intracardiaque. Intracardiac. 

Intracarotidien, -ienne. Intercarotid. 

Intracervical, -ale. Intracervical. 

Intradermique. Intracutaneous; Intra- 
dermic. 

Intraire. Contained in a tissue, a 
cavity, etc. 

Intralobulaire. Intralobular. 

Intramusculaire. Intramuscular. 

Intransmutable. That does not under- 
go transmutation. 

Intrant, -ante. That enters into cavi 
ties or depressions. 

Intrapelvitrochanterien. The Obtura- 
tor internus muscle. 

Intraperitoneal, -ale. Within the cavity 
of the peritoneum ; Intraperitoneal. 



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Intrapleural, -ale. Intrapleural. 

Intrarrhachidien, -ienne. Intraspinal. 

lutrathoracique. Intrathoracic. 

Intra-uterin, -ine. Intra-uterine. 

Intra-utriculaire. Within a utricle. 

Intravaginal, -ale. Within the vagina 
or the tunica vaginalis. 

Intravasculaire. Intravascular. 

Intravertebral, -ale. Intra vertebral. 

Intravertebre, -ee. Intravertebrate. 

Intrication. Reciprocal entanglement. 

Intrinseque. Intrinsic. 

Intromission. Intromission. 

Intropelvinietre. Instrument for 
measuring the pelvic diameters. 

Introrse. Introrse. 

Introrsion. Introrsion. 

Intumescence. Intumescence. 

Intumescent, -ente. Intumescent. 

Intussusception. Intussusception. 

Inuline. Inulin. 

Inulique. Relating to inulin. 

Inustion. Inustion, 

Invagination. Invagination. 

Invagine, -ee. Invaginated. 

Invasion. Invasion. 

Invention. Invention. 

Inversion. Inversion. 

Invert^bre, -6e. Invertebrate, adj. ; 
Invertebrata, s.pl. 

Investigateur, -trice. Investigating ; 
Exploratory, adj. ; Investigator ; 
Explorer, *■. 

Inv^t^re, -^e. Inveterate. 

Invigoration. P^riode d'-. The period 
of complete mental and bodily de- 
velopment in man. 

Inviscant, -ante. Producing invisca- 
tion. 

Inviscation. Inviscation. 

Involontaire. Involuntary. 

Involucelle. Involucel. 

Involucre. Involucre ; Involucrum. 

Involute, -6e ; Involutif, -ive. Invo- 
lute. 

Involution. Involution. 

lodal. lodal. 

lodate. lodate. 

lode. Iodine. 

Iod6, -ee. lodated. 

Iodide. Iodide ; lodid. 

Iodine. Iodine. 

lodique. Iodic. 

lodisme. lodism ; lodosis. 

lodoforme. Iodoform. 

lodognosie. Description of iodine. 

lodophthisie. lodophthisis. 

lodoth^rapie. lodotherapy. 

lodure. Iodide : loduret. 



Iodur6, -^e. Containing an iodide. 

lonide. lonidium. 

Ions.*Ions. 

lotacisme. lotacism. 

Ipecacuanha. Ipecacuanha ; Ipecac. 

Ipo. Upas. 

Irldac^, -^e. Relating to the Iris 

(plant). 
Iridareosis. Atrophy of the Iris. 
Iridauxesis. Iridauxesis. 
Iridectom^dialyse. Formation of an 

artificial pupil by separation of the 

large circumference of the iris. 
Iridectomie. Iridectomy, 
Iride, -^e. Relating to the Iris (plant). 
Iridelcosis. Ulceration of the Iris ; 

Iridelcosis. 
Iridenclise. Iridencleisis, or -kleisis. 
Irideremie. Irideremia. 
Iridescent, -ente. Iridescent. 
Irid^sis. Iridesis. 
Iridien, -ienne. Iridian ; Iridal. 
Iridine. Iridin. 
Iridique. Iridal ; Iridian. 
Iridite. Iriditis ; Iritis. 
Iridium. Iridium. 
Iridocele. Iridocele. 
Irido-choroldite. Iridochoroiditis. 
Iridocolobome. Iridocoloboma ; Bridge 

coloboma. 
Iridod^sis. Iridodesis. 
Iridodialyse. Iridodialysis. 
Iridoncose. Iridoncosis. 
Iridoptose. Iridoptosis. 
Iridoschisma. Iridoschisma ; Irido- 

schisis. 
Iridotomedialyse. See Iridectome- 

dialyse. 
Iridotomie. Iridotomy. 
Irien, -enne. Iridian ; Iridal. 
Iris. Iris (eye) ; Iris ; Blue - flag 

(Botany). 
Irisine. Irisin. 
Irisopsie. Defect of vision in which a 

coloured ring is seen around objects. 
Iritique. Iritic. 
Iritis. Iritis. 
Irradiation. Irradiation. 
Irr^ductible. Irreducible. 
Irregulier, -iere. Irregular. 
Irreinoculabilite. The quality of a 

chancre that cannot be reinoculated 

(Diday). 
Irreinoculable. That cannot be rein- 
oculated. 
Irresistible. Irresistible. 
Irrespirable. Irrespirable. 
Irrigateur, -trice. Irrigating, adj. ; 

Irrigator, s. 



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Irrigation. Irrigation, 

Irritabilite. Irritability. 

Irritable. Irritable. 

Irritant, -ante. Irritant ; Irritating, 

adj. ; Irritant, s. 
Irritation. Irritation. 
Isabelle. Isabel ; Isabelle ; Drab ; 

Yellowish-gray. 
Isadelphe. Isadelphous. 
Isagogique ; Isagogue. Applied to 
what is done as a preliminary to a 
description, to a phenomenon, to an 
operation, etc. 
Isatine. Isatin. 
Ischemie. Ischemia. 
Ischemique. Ischemic. 
Ischiadelphe. Ischiadelphus. 
Ischiagre. Ischiagra, 
Ischial, -ale. Ischial. 
Ischiatique. Ischiatic. 
Ischiatocele. Ischiatocele ; Ischiocele. 
Ischio-anal, -ale. Ischio-anal, adj. ; 

Levator ani, s. 
Ischio-bulbaire. Ischio-bulbar, adj. ; 
The deep Transversus perinei muscle, 
«. 
Ischio-caverneux, -euse. Ischio-caver- 

nosus ; The Erector penis. 
Ischiocele. Ischiocele ; Ischiatocele. 
Ischio - clitoridien, -ienne ; Ischio- 
clitorien, -ienne. Ischio-clitorianus ; 
The Erector clitoridis, .s. ; Pertaining 
to it, adj. 
Ischio-coccygien, -ienne. Ischio-coc- 
cygeal, adj. : The Coccygeus muscle, s. 
Ischio-cr^ti-tibial, -ale. The Semi- 
tendinosus muscle, s. ; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 
Ischio-f^moral, -ale. Ischio-femoral, 
adj.; The Adductor magnus muscle, .s-. 
Ischio-f^moro-p6ronien, ou -ier. The 

Biceps of the thigh. 
Ischion. Ischium. 
Ischiopage. Ischiopagus. 
Ischio-penien, -ienne. Ischio-penial, 

adj. ; Erector penis, s. 
Ischio-penienne. Artere-. The dorsal 

artery of the penis. 
Ischio-penien. Nerf-. The pudic nerve 

in the male. 
Ischio-perineal, -ale. Ischio-perinseal, 
adj. ; The superficial Transversus 
perinaei muscle, -s. 
Ischio-perineale. Artere-. 

verse perinaeal artery. 

Ischiopodite. Ischiopodite, 

Ischio-popliti-tibial, -ale. 

merabranosus muscle, *. 

to it, adj. 



The trans- 



The Semi- 
Pertaining 



Ischio-pretibial, -ale. The Semitendi- 
nosus muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 
Ischio-prostatique. Ischio-prostatic. 

Ischio-pubien, -ienne. Ischio-pubic. 

Ischio-pubi-femoral, -ale. The Adduc- 
tor magnus muscle, s. ; Pertaining 
to it, adj. 

Ischio - pubi - prostatique. The deep 
Transversus perinaei muscle, s. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 

Ischio-rectal, -ale. Ischio-rectal. 

Ischio - sous - clitoridien, -ienne. The 
Erector clitoridis, s. ; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 

Ischio-sous-trochant^rien, -ienne. The 
Qnadratus femoris muscle, h. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 

Ischio - spini - trochanterien, -ienne ; 
Ischio-trochanterien, -ienne. The 
Gemelli muscles, s. ; Pertaining to 
them, adj. 

Ischio-urethral, -ale. The Transversus 
perinsei muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Ischium. Ischium. 

Ischnophonie. Weakness of voice ; 
Aphonia ; Stammering. 

Ischnotie. A thin or emaciated con- 
dition of an object or of its walls. 

Ischom^nie. Ischomenia. 

Ischuretique. Ischuretic. 

Ischurie. Ischuria. 

Isochrone. Isochronous. 

Isochronisme. Isochronism. 

Isodimorphe. Isodimorphous. 

Isodique. Going from withovit within ; 
Centripetal (Marshall Hall). 

Isodonte. Isodont. 

Isodulcite. Isodulcite. 

Isodynamique. Isodynamic, adj. ; Iso- 
dynamics, ,s.^/. 

Isogyne. Isogynous. 

Isolant, -ante. Insulating. 

Isolateur. Insulator. 

Isole, -6e. Isolated ; Insulated. 

Isolement. Isolation ; Condition of an 
insulated body. 

Isologue. Isologous. 

Isoloir. Insulator. 

Isomere. Isomere ; Isomerous. 

Isomerie. Isomerism. 

Isomerique. Isomeric. 

Isomerisme. Isomorphism; Isomerism. 

Isometrique. Isometric. 

Isomorphe. Isomorphic, or -phous. 

Isomorphic ; Isomorphisme. Isomor- 
phism. 

Isopathe. Isopath. 



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Isopathie. Isopathy. 

Isopepsine. Isopepsin. 

Isopetale. Isopetalous. 

Isotlierine. Isothermal. 

Isotrope. Isotropous. 

Issues. Offal (of animals). 

Isthme. Isthmus. 

Isthme du gosier. Isthmus of the 

fauces. 
Ivoire. Ivory. 
Ivraie. Tares ; Weeds. 
Ivresse. Drunkenness ; Intoxication. 
Ivrognerie. State of drunkenness. 
Ixode. Ixodes. 
Izari ; Garance, Madder. 

Jabes. Hyssop. 

Jaborandi. Jaborandi. 

Jaborine. Jaborin. 

Jabot. (1) Crop (of a bird) ; (2) Acci- 
dental dilatation of the oesophagus. 

Jactation ; Jactitation. Jactation ; Jac- 
titation. 

Jade. Malachite. 

Jais. Jet. 

Jalap. Jalap ; Jalapa. 

Jalapine. Jalapin. 

Jamaicine. .Tamaicin ; Berberin. 

Jambe. Leg. 

Jambe du diaphragme. Pillar or cms 
of the diaphragm. 

Jambier, -iere. Pertaining to the leg. 

Jambier anterieur. Tibialis anticus 
muscle. 

Jambier post^rieur. Tibialis posticus 
muscle. 

Jambon. Ham (food). 

Jambonne, -ee. Having the colour of 
ham. 

Jauiceps. Janiceps ; Janus. 

Jarde. Curb (Vet.). 

Jardin. Garden. 

Jardon. Curb (Vet.). 

Jarosse ; Jarousse. Vetch. 

Jarre, Jar. 

Jarre electrique. Leyden jar. 

Jarret. Ham ; Hamstring. 

Jarret^, -^e. Close-hammed. [ctdj. 

Jarretier. Popliteus, s. ; Popliteal, 

Jarretiere. (1) Garter; (2) A skin 
eruption on the leg. 

Jasmin. Jasmine. 

Jaune. Yellow. 

Jaunisse. Jaundice ; Icterus. 

Javart. Quittor (Vet.). 

Jayet ; Jais. Jet. 

J^coraire. Jecorary. 

Jdcoral, -ale ; Jecorique. Jecoral ; 
Jecorose. 



Jectigation. Convulsive restlessness. 

Jejuno-il^al, -ale. Pertaining to the 
jejunum and to the ileum. 

Jejuno-ileum. The portion of the small 
intestine comprising the jejunum and 
the ileum. 

Jejunum. Jejunum. 

Jequiriti, ou -ty. Jequirity. 

Jervine. Jervin. 

Jetage. A morbid running of mucus 
from the nostrils of domestic animals. 

Jeu des articulations. Mechanism of 
the joints ; Play of the articula- 
tions. 

Jeune. Young. 

Jeune. Fast ; Fasting. 

Jeunesse. Youth. 

Jointe, -ee. Jointed (Vet.). 

Jointure. Articulation ; Joint. 

Jonc. Rush. 

Jonction. Junction ; Joining ; Arti- 
culation ; Suture. 

Joue. Cheek. 

Jour. Day. 

Jugal, -ale. Jugal. 

Jugement. Judgement. 

Juglandine. Juglandin. 

Jugulaire. Jugular. 

Jujube. Jujube. 

Julep. Julep. 

Jumeau, -elle. Twin. 

Jument. Mare. 

Jumenteux, -euse. Said of urine 
having a thick, coloured deposit. 

Jurisprudence. Jurisprudence. 

Jury medical. A court of medical 
examiners. 

Jus. Juice ; Gravy. 

Jusquiame. Hyoscyamus ; Henbane. 

Jute. Jute. 

Juxtaposition. Juxtaposition. 

Juzom. Tuberculous elephantiasis, or 
leprosy. 

K. Chemical sjrmbol of Potassium. 

Kaieput. Cajeput. 

Kakodyle. Kakodyl ; Cacodyl. 

Kakodylique. Kakodylic. 

Kaladana. Kaladana. 

Kalium. Kalium ; Potassium. 

Kamala. Kamala. 

Kand^lie. Kaudelia. 

Kaolin. Kaolin. 

Karabique. Karabic ; Luccinic. 

Karyokinese, ou -sie. Karyokinesis. 

Karyokinetique. Karyokinetic. 

Karyolyse. Karyolysis. 

Karyolytique. Karyolytic. 

Eassu. Kassu. 



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Kat^lectrotonique. Katelectrotonic ; 

Catelectrotonic. 
Kef. Cannabis indica. 
K^fir, Kefir; Kefyr. 
Kelectome. Kelectome. 
Kelotomie. Kelotomy, 
Keracele. Keracele (Vet.). 
Keraphylleux, -euse. Keraphyllous. 
K^raphyllocele. Keraphyllocele. 
Keratectomie. Keratectomy. 
Kerateponge. Sponge with a horny 
Keratine. Keratin. [skeleton. 

Keratinien, -ienne. Keratinian. 
Keratinisation. Keratinization, or 

-sation. 
Keratique. Keratic. 
K^ratite. Keratitis. 
Keratocele. Keratocele. 
Keratocone. Keratoconus ; Keratocele. 
K^ratogene. Keratogenous. 
Keratoglobus. Keratoglobus. 
Kerato-glosse. Keratoglossus. 
Keratohyaline. Keratohyalin. 
Kerato'ide. Keratoid ; Hornlike. 
Keratomalacie. Keratomalacia. 
Eeratome. Keratoma, 
K^ratonyxis. Keratonyxis. 
Eerato - pharyngien, -ienne. Going 

from the cornua of the hyoid bone 

to the pharynx, adj. ; Part of the 

middle constrictor of the pharynx, s. 
Eeratophyte. A wart or excrescence 

of the skin. 
Eeratoplastie. Keratoplasty. 
Eeratose. Keratosis. 
Eerato - staphylin. Going from the 

cornua of the hyoid bone to the 

uvula, adj. ; A few muscular fibres 

going from the cornua of the hyoid 

bone towards the uvula, s. 
E^ratotome. Keratotome ; Keratome. 
E^ratotomie. Keratotomy. 
Eeraunographique. Keraunographic. 
Eermes. Kermes. 
Eermesite. Kermesite. 
Eeroforme. Kerosolene. 
E^roide. Keroid. 
Eeronien. A kind of infusoria. 
Eerosene. Kerosene. 
Eerosolene. Kerosolene. 
Eibisitome. Instrument to open the 

capsule of the lens (Petit-Rade). 
Eilogramme. Kilogram = 2 '2 pounds 

Avoirdupois. 
Eina. Kina ; Kino-kina. 
Einate. A salt of kinic acid. 
Einesie ; Cinesie. Kinesia. 
Einesitherapie. Kinesiotherapy ; 

Kinesitherapy. 



Einesodique. Kinesodic. 

Einique. Kinic. 

Eino. Kino. 

Einovine. Kinovin. 

Eiotome. Kiotome. 

Eirrhouose. Morbid products having a 
yellow colour (Andral). 

Eleptomanie. Kleptomania. 

Elinocephalie ; Clinocephalie. Clino- 
cephalia. 

Elopemanie. Klopemania. 

Eopiopie. Kopiopia ; Copiopia. 

Koprikine. Koprikin (Hunefeld). 

Eosseine ; Eowseine ; Eowsseine. 
Kossein. 

Eoumis ; Koumiss. Koumiss. 

Eoussine. Koussin. 

Eousso. Kousso. 

Eramerie. Krameria. 

Eramerique. Krameric. 

Ereosote ; Creosote. Creosote ; Crea- 
sote. 

Erystalline. Crystalline. 

Eueni. Kueni ; Butea gum. 

Eutera ; Eutira. Bassora gum. 

Euterine. Bassorin. 

Ewas. Kwas ; Kvas. 

Ewos^ine. Kossein. 

Kwoso. Kousso. 

Eyanol. Anilin. 

Kyesteine. Kyestein. 

Kyllopodie ; Kyllose. Kyllopodia ; 
Kyllosis. 

Kymographion. Kymographion ; Ky- 
mograph. 

Kyste. Cyst. 

Kysteux, -euse ; Kystique. Cystic. 

Kystitome. Instrument for opening 
the capsule of the lens in kera- 
totomy. 

Kystitomie. The opening of the 
capsule of the lens in keratotomy. 

Kystoptose. Spontaneous opening of 
cysts ; Prolapse of a cyst. 

Kystotomy. Cystotomy. 

La. Abbreviation of Lantana. 

Lab. Lab ; Lab-ferment. 

Labdauum. Labdanum ; Ladanum. 

Labelle. Labellum. 

Labial, -ale. Labial. 

Labial. Muscle-. Orbicularis oris 

muscle. 
Labie, -^e. Labiate. 
Labile. Labile. 

Labimetre. Labimeter ; Labidometer. 
Labio-alveolaire. Labio-alveolar. 
Labio - glosso - laryng^, -ee. Labio- 

glosso-laryiigeal. 



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Labio - glosso - phaiynge, -ee. Labio- 

glosso -pharyngeal. 

Labio-palatin, -ine. Labio-palatine. 

Labitome. Labitome ; Cutting - for- 
ceps. 

Laboratoire. Laboratory. 

Labre. Labrum. 

Laburuine. Laburnin. 

Labyrinthe. Labyrinth ; Labyrinthus. 

Labyrinthien, -ienne ; Labyrinthique. 
Labyrinthine ; Pertaining to the 
labyrinth. 

Lac derivatif. Lacus derivationis ; 
One of the venous dilatations in the 
dura mater of the brain, communi- 
cating with the superior longitudinal 
sinus and with the lateral sinus. 

Lac lacrymal. Lacus lacrymalis. 

Lac sauguin. Lacus sanguineus. 

Laccine. Laccin. 

Laccique. Pertaining to lac. 

Lacerateur. Lacerator (instrument). 

Laceration. Laceration. 

Lacere, -ee. Lacerated. 

Lacertien, -ienne. Lacertoid. 

Lach^sis. Lachesis. 

Lacini^, -ee. Laciniate. [thong. 

Laciniure. Tear ; Rent ; A small 

Lacis. Network ; Plexus. 

Lacrymal, -ale. Lacrymal. 

Lacrymine. Lacrymin ; Dacryolin. 

Laco. String or strong bandage for 
counter-extension in fractures, dis- 
locations, etc. 

Lactaire. (1) Lacteal ; (2) A genus of 
hjmaenomycetes. 

Lactamethane. Oxyneurin. 

Lactamide. Lactamid. 

Lactamine ; Lactammine. Lactamin ; 
Alanin. 

Lactate. Lactate. 

Lactation. Lactation. 

Lact^, -^e. Lacteal ; Lacteous ; 
Lactean ; Lactous. 

Lacteine. Lactein. 

Lactescence. Lactescence. 

Lactescent, -ente. Lactescent. 

Lact^thylamide. Oxyneurin. 

Lactide. Lactid. 

Lactifere. Lactiferous. 

Lactiforme. Lactiform. 

Lactifuge. Lactifuge. 

Lactigene. Lactigenous. 

Lactimide. Lactimid. 

Lactine. Lactin ; Lactose. 

Lactinide. Crystallised derivative of 
lactamin. 

Lactiphage. Lactiphagous. 

Lactique. Lactic. 



Lactivore. Lactivorous. 

Lactobutjnrometre. Lactobutyrometer. 

Lactocaxamel. Combination of caramel 
and lactose. 

Lactodensimetre. Lactodensimeter. 

Lactoline. Lactolin ; Condensed milk. 

Lactometre. Lactometer. 

Lactone. Lactone. 

Lacto-phosphate. A phosphate with 
added lactic acid. 

Lactoprot6ine. An albuminoid sub- 
stance extracted from whey 
(E. Millon and Commaille). 

Lactoscope. Lactoscope. 

Lactose. Lactose. 

Lactosique. Pertaining to lactose, 

Lactovariolique. Inoculation-. In- 
oculation of the variolic virus mixed 
with milk (Brachet). 

Lactucarium. Lactucarium. 

Lactuc^, -^e. Pertaining to lettuce ; 
Lactucic. 

Lactuc^ine. Lactucon (Wals). 

Lactucerine. Lactucerin. 

Lactucine. Lactucin. 

Lactucique. Lactucic. 

Lactucone. Lactucon. 

Lactucopicrine. Lactucopicrin. 

Lactucopicrique. Lactucopicric. 

Lactumen. Lactumen. 

Lactumineux, -euse. Pertaining to 
impetigo. 

Lactyle. The base of lactic acid, un- 
known in the free state. 

Lactyluree. A homologous body to 
hydonto'in. 

Lacunaire. Lacunal ; Lacunar. 

Lacune. Lacuna. 

Lacunosit^. J^orosity. 

Lacustral, -ale ; Lacustre. Lacustrine. 

Ladanifere. Giving ladanura. 

Ladanum. Ladanum. 

Ladre. (1) Leprous; (2) Pertaining to 
a disease of pigs. 

Ladrerie. (1) Leprosy ; (2) A disease 
of pigs. 

LsBvogyre. Lsevo- or Levogyrous ; 
Laevo- or Levorotatory. 

Lagena. Lagena. 

Lag^naire ; Lag^niforme. Lageniform. 

Lagoc^phale. Having the head of a 
hare ; Lagocephalous. 

Lagophthalme. Lagophthalmic. 

Lagophthalmie. Lagophthalmia ; La- 
gophthalmos. 

Lagostome. Lagostoma : Hare-lip. 

Laiche. Sedge. 

Laie. Sow. 

Laine. Wool. 



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Laineux, -euse. Woolly ; Fleecy. 

Lait. Milk. 

Lait caille. Curdled milk. 

Lait de chaux. Whitewash. 

Lait coupe. Milk and water. 

Lait. Petit-. Whey. 

Lait de poule. Mulled egg. 

Laite, -ee. (1) Having milk ; (2) Soft- 
roed. 

Laiteron. Sow-thistle ; Hare's-lettuce. 

Laiteux, -euse. Lacteous ; Lacteal ; 
Milky. 

Laitiat. A kind of sour whey. 

Laitier. Dross ; Slag. 

Laitou. Brass ; Latten. 

Laitue. Lettuce ; Lactuca. 

Lallation. Lallation. 

Lamarkisme. Lamarckism. 

Lambda. Lambda. 

Lambdacisme. Lambdaciam. 

Lambdoide. Lambdoid ; Lambdoidal. 

Lambeau. Flap (Surgery). 

Lambitif. Linctus ; Electuary ; Loch ; 
Looch. 

Lame. (1) Lamina; (2) Blade of 
scissors, knife, etc. 

Lamella. Lamella. 

Lamelle, -ee. Lamellate. 

Lamelleux, -euse. Lamellose ; La- 
mellar. 

Lamellifere. Lamelliferous ; Lamelli- 
gerous. 

Lamelliforme. Lamelliform. 

Lamellule. Lamellule. 

Lamier. Lamium. 

Lamina-fusca. Lamina-fusca. 

Laminage. Laminage ; Flattening. 

Laminaire, s, Laminaria. 

Laminaire, adj. Laminar ; Laminal. 

Lamineux, -euse. Laminose ; La- 
minate ; Laminated. 

Lampas. Lampas (Vet.). 

Lampe. Lamp. 

Lampique. Pertaining to the aldehyds. 

Lamproie. Lamprey. 

Lampsane. Lampsana ; Lapsana. 

Lampyre. Lampyris ; Glow-worm. 

Lance. A lance-shaped knife used in 
embryotomy (Mauriceau). 

Laucee. Twitch of pain. 

Lanceole, -^e. Lanceolate ; Lanceolar ; 
Lanceate. 

Lancette. Lancet. 

Lancettier. A lancet-case. 

Lancinant, -ante. Lancinating. 

Langage. Language. 

Langue. Tongue. 

Langueur. Languor ; Lassitude. 

Laniaire. Laniary. 



Lanoline. Lanolin ; Lanoleum. 

Lantane. Lantana. 

Lanthane. Lanthanum. 

Lanthopie ; Lanthopine. Lanthopin. 

Lanugineux, -euse. Lanuginose'; 
Lanuginous ; Woolly ; Downy. 

Lanuginique. Lanuginic. 

Lanugo. Lanugo ; Down, s, 

Lapactique. Lapactic ; Evacuant. 

Lapagme. Dejection ; Discharge of 
fascal matter. 

Laparocele. Laparocele. 

Laparoscopic. Laparoscopy. 

Laparosplenotomie. Laparospleno- 
tomy. 

Laparotomie. Laparotomy. 

Lapaxie. Lapaxis ; Evacuation. 

Lapin. Rabbit. 

Lapis. Lapis. 

Lapis-lazuli. Lapis-lazuli. 

Lappace, -ee. Lappaceous, 

Laque. Lac. 

Laqueus. The band of Reil. 

Lard. Lard ; Adeps ; Bacon. 

Lardace, -ee. Lardaceous ; Amyloid. 

Lardiforme. Resembling lard ; Lard- 
aceous. 

Large. Wide ; Broad ; Large. 

Larges. Ligaments-. The broad liga- 
ments of the uterus. 

Large du cou. Muscle-. The Platysma 
myoides (cervical portion). 

Large du dos. Muscle-. The Latissi- 
mus dorsi. 

Laricine. Abietene. 

Larinoide. Lardaceous. 

Larmaire. Lacrymiform. 

Larme. Tear ; Lacryma, 

Larmeux, -euse. Having the form of 
tears. 

Larmoiement. Epiphora. 

Larvaire. Pertaining to larvae. 

Larve. Larva. 

L a r V e , - e e . Larvate ; Concealed ; 
Masked. 

Larviforme. Larviform. 

Larvigere. Larvigerous. 

Lar3mgalgie. Laryngalgia. 

Larjmge, -ee. Laryngeal. 

Laryngien, -ienne. Laryngeal. 

Larjmgisme. Laryngismus. 

Laryngite. Laryngitis. 

Laiyngographie. Laryngography. 

Laryngologie. Laryngology. 

Laryngo-necrose. Laryngonecrosis. 

Laryngopathie. Laryngopathy. 

Laryngo-pharyngien, -ienne. Laryngo- 
pharyngeal, adj. ; The Inferior con- 
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Laryngorrhagie. Laryngorrhagia. 

Laryngoscope. Laryngoscope. 

Laryngoscopie. Laryngoscopy. 

Laryngoscopique. Laryngoscopie. 

Laryngotomie. Laryngotomy. 

Laryngo - tracheal, -ale. Laryngo - 
tracheal. 

Larjmgo-tracheite. Laryngotracheitis. 

Laryngo-tracheotomie. Laryngo-tra- 
cheotomy. 

Larsmgotyphus. Laryngotyphus, or 
-typhoid. 

Larynx. Larynx. 

Lascif, -ive. Lascivious. 

Laser. Laser ; Resin of Laserpitium 
latifolium. 

Laserpitine. Glucosid of Laserpitium. 

Lassitude. Lassitude ; Weakness ; 
Weariness. 

Latent, -ente. Latent ; Concealed. 

Lateral, -ale, Lateral. 

Lateralise, -ee. Lateralized, or -sed. 

Lateralite. Laterality. 

Laterigrade. Laterigrade. 

Lat^rinerve, ou -nerv6, -4e. Lateri- 
nerved. 

Latero-dorsal, -ale. Laterodorsal. 

Lateroflexion. Lateroflexion, or -flec- 
tion. 

Lateropulsion. Lateropulsion. 

Lateroversion. Lateroversion. 

Latex. Latex. 

Lathjrrine. Lathyrin. 

Lathyrisme. Lathyrism ; Lupinosis. 

Lathyrus. Lathyrus. 

Laticifere. Laticiferous. 

Latique. Larvate ; Concealed. 

Latitude. Latitude. 

Latrines. Latrines ; Water-closets. 

Laudanine. Laudanin. 

Laudanise, -ee. Containing laudanum. 

Laudanosine. Laudanosin. 

Laudanum. Laudanum. 

Laurier. Laurel. 

Laurier-cerise. Lauro-cerasus; Cherry- 
laurel. 

Laurine. Laurin. 

Lauryle. Lauryl. 

Laurylene. Laurylene. 

Lavage. Lavage ; Irrigation ; Wash- 
ing out. 

Lavande. Lavender. 

Lave, -ee. Washed ; Cleaned by wash- 
ing. 

Lavement. Enema. 

Lavure. Mucous and bloody super- 
secretions from the intestines in 
dysentery, etc. 

Laxatif, -ive. Laxative. 



Laxity. Laxity. 

Laxum. The real or supposed diminu- 
tion of the natural energy of the 
actions of the economy. 

Lazaret. Lazaretto. 

Lazulite. Lazulite. 

L^cithigene. Lecithigenous. 

Lecithine. Lecithin. 

Lecithique ; Lecithode. Lecithoid. 

Legal, -ale. Legal. 

Legitime. Legitimate. 

Legume. Vegetable, .•>'. 

Legumine. Legumin. 

Legumineuses. Leguminosse. 

Legumineux, -euse. Leguminous. 

Legumique. Pertaining to vegetables 
or to legumin. 

Leniceps. Leniceps. 

L6nitif, -ive. Lenitive ; Emollient. 

Lent, nte. Slow. 

Lenticelle. Lenticel. [Malleus, s. 

Lenticulaire. Lenticular, adj. ; The 

Lentifonne. Lentiform ; Lenticular. 

Lentigo. Lentigo ; Freckle ; Ephelid. 

Lentille. Lentil. 

Lentite. Lentitis ; Phakitis. 

Leontiasis. Leontiasis. 

Leonure. Leonurus. 

Lepidine. Lepidin. 

Lepidium. Lepidium. 

L^pidolde. Lepidoid. 

Lepidoplaste. Lepidoplastic. 

Lepidopteres. Lepidoptera. 

Lepidosarcome. Lepidosarcoma. 

Lepidosine. Lepidosin. 

Lepre. Leprosy ; Lepra. 

L^preux, -euse. Leprous ; Leprotic. 

Leproserie. Leprosery ; Leprosarium. 

Leptandre. Leptandra. 

Leptandrin ; Leptandrlne. Leptandrin. 

Leptocephale. Leptocephalus. 

Leptocephalie. Leptocephalia, or -ly. 

Leptodactyle. Leptodactylous. 

Leptoderme. Leptodermic, or -mous. 

Leptodonte. Leptodontous. 

Leptomere. (1) Word applied to the 
smallest parts of the economy ; (2) 
Anatomical element ; (3) Granula- 
tion. 

Leptophonie. Leptophonia. 

Leptorchide. Having small testicles. 

Leptorrhine. Leptorrhine. 

Leptorrhinie. Leptorrhinia. 

Leptorrhinien, -ienne. Applied to the 
subject of leptorrhinia. 

Leptostome. Having a small mouth. 

Leptothrix. Leptothrix. 

Leptozoaire. Leptozoon (Trematoda ; 
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Leptyntique. Attenuant. 

Lesion. Lesion ; Injury ; Wound, 

Lessive. Lixivium. 

Lethalite. Lethality. 

Lethaxgie. Lethargy. 

Lethargique. Lethargic. [argy. 

Lethargus. Lethargus ; African leth- 

Letheon. Letheon. 

Lethifere. Lethiferous ; Giving sleep ; 

Giving death ; Lethal. 
Leuce. Leuce ; Alphos ; Alphosis. 
Leucemie ; Leuchemie. Leucemia ; 

Leuohemia ; Leukemia, or -semia. 
Leucethiopie. Albinism. 
Leucindigine. Indigotin. 
Leucine. Leucin. 
Leucique. Acide-. An acid homologous 

with lactic acid. 
Leucite. Leucitis ; Sclerotitis. 
Leuco-. Leuco-, or Leuko-. [leucitis. 
Leuco-ang^ite. Leukangeitis ; Angio- 
Leucocyte. Leukocyte ; Leucocyte. 
Leucocythemie. Leukocythemia, or 

-aemia. [-aemic. 

Leucocjrthemique. Leukocythemic, or 
Leucocytique. Leukocytic. 
Leucocytogene. Leukocytogenous. 
Leucocytose. Leukocytosis, [or -semia. 
Leucohemie. Leukohemia ; Leukemia, 
Leucohemique. Leukohemic ; Leu- 
kemic, or -sBmic. [Chinolina. 
Leucol ; Leucoline. Leukol ; Leukolin ; 
Leucoma; Leucome. Leukoma. 
Leucomalne. Leucomain; Leukomain. 
Leuconic. Leukonic. 
Leucopathie. Leukopathy, or -thia ; 

Albinism. [phlegmasia. 

Leucophlegmasie, ou -matie. Leuko- 
Leucoplasie, ou -plaxie. Leukoplasia, 

or -plakia, or -plaxia, 
Leucoptere. Leukopterous. 
Leucorrhagie. Leukorrhagia ; Leu- 

corrhagia ; Leukorrhea. 
Leucorrh^e. Leukorrhea, or -cea ; Leu- 

corrhea, or -cea ; Leukorrhagia. 
Leucorrheique, ou -rrholque. Leukor- 

rheal ; Leucorrheal. 
Leucose. Leukosis ; Pallor. 
Leucosie. Albinism ; Canities. 
Leucoturique. Acide-. Leukoturic 

acid ; Oxalantin. 
Leukemie. Leukemia, or -semia. 
Leukol. Leukol. 
Levain. Leaven. 
Levee. The act of lifting up. 
Levier. Lever ; Vectis. 
Levier-clef. Apparatus employed to 

make or to break at will the current 

of the electric pile in a circuit. 



Levigation. Levigation. 

Levog3n:e. Levogyrous ; Levorotatory. 

Levre. Lip ; Border ; Edge ; Labia, 
pL, Labium, .iing. 

Levrier. Greyhound. 

Levuline. Levulin. 

L^vulosane. Levulosan. 

Levulose. Levulose. 

Levnre. Yeast. 

Lezard. Lizard. 

Liatris. Liatris. 

Liber. Liber. 

Liberien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
liber. 

Liberie. Liberty ; Freedom, 

Libre. Free ; Unconfined. 

Lichen. Lichen (skin diseases). 

Lichens. Lichens, pi. (Botany). 

Lichenacd, -^e ; Lichene, -ee. Pertain- 
ing to lichens. 

Lichenine. Lichenin. 

Lichenique. Concerning lichens, 

Lichenographie. Description of lichens, 

Lichenoide. Lichenoid ; Resembling 
lichen. 

Lichenologie. Description of lichens. 

Licome. Unicorn, 

Lie. Lees ; Dregs ; Grounds, 

Liege. Cork. 

Lien. A thick ligature ; A wire liga- 
ture. 

Lienal, -ale. Lienal ; Splenic. 

Lieucephale. Having smooth cerebral 
lobes without convolutions (Owen). 

Lienine. A compound substance found 
in the spleen (Scherer). 

Lienique. Lienic ; Lienal. 

Lienite. Lienitis ; Splenitis. 

Lienterie. Lientery. 

Lienterlque. Lienterie. 

Lierre. Ivy, 

Lieu. Place; Spot; Site (of an 
operation). 

Lievre. Hare. 

Ligament. Ligament. 
j Ligamentaire. Ligamental. 

Ligamenteux, -euse. Ligamentous. 

Ligateur. Ligator. 
i Ligature. Ligature, 

Ligne. Line. 

Ligneux, -euse. Ligneous. 
1 Lignicole. Lignicole, 

Lignification. Lignification. 

Ligniforme. Ligniform. 
I Lignihumique. Ulmic. 
] Lignin. Lignin. 

Ligniperde. That attacks wood. 
j Lignique. Pertaining to the nature of 
1 wood. 

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Lignirode. That gnaws wood. 

Lignite. Lignite. 

Lignivore. Lignivorous. 

Lignoine. Lignoin. 

Lignose. Lignose. 

Lignosite. The ligneous state, 

Ligroine. Ligroin. 

Ligule. Ligula ; Ligule. 

Ligule, -^e. Ligulate. 

Liguliforme. Liguliform. 

Liguline. Ligulin, 

Lilacine. Lilacin. 

Lilas. Lilac. 

Liliace, -6e. Pertaining to the lily. 

Lilie, -ee. Resembling the lily. 

Limace. (1) Slug ; (2) Inflammation 
of the feet in oxen. 

Limacon. (1) Snail ; (2) Cochlea (in- 
ternal ear). 

Limaille. Filings. 

Limbaire. Limbate ; Bordered. 

Limbe. Limb (Biology) ; Border. 

Limb^, -ee. Limbate ; Bordered. 

Limbifere. Having bordei-s. 

Limbique. Limbic ; Marginal. 

Lime. File. 

Limitant, -ante. Limiting ; Limitans. 

Limite. Limit ; Boundary. 

Limoctonie. Limoctonia. 

Limon. (1) Slime; Ooze; Clay; (2) 
Lemon ; Limonum. 

Limonade. Lemonade. 

Limoneux, -euse. Muddy ; Slimy. 

Limosien, -ienne. Pertaining to 
swamps. 

Limpide. Limpid ; Clear. 

Lin. Flax ; Linum. 

Lin. Farine ou Graine de-. Linseed. 

Linac^, -ee. Pertaining to flax. 

Linaire. Linaria. 

Line, -ee. Pertaining to flax. 

Lineaire. Linear ; Lineal. 

Lingual, -ale. Lingual. 

Linguatule. Pentastoma. 

Linguiforme. Linguiform. 

Linguistique, «. The comparative 
study of language. 

Lingule. Lingula. 

Liniment. Liniment ; Linimentum. 

Linine. Linin. 

Linition. The application of liniments. 

Linitis. Linitis (Brinton). 

Linoleique. Linoleic 

Lint. Lint. 

Liocome. Liotrichous. 

Lioderme. Liodermous, adj. ; Lio- 
dermia, s. 

Liotrique. Liotrichous. 

Liparocele. Liparocele. 



Liparolde. Liparoid. 

Liparole. A pharmaceutical prepara- 
tion residting from the union of 
fatty and medicamental substances 
(an ointment). 

Liparolique. Pertaining to ointments. 
(See Liparoid.) 

Liparosquirrhe. An indurated liparo- 
cele. 

Lipique. Adipic. 

Lipoderme. Circumcised. 

Lipoide. Lipoid. 

Lipomateux, -euse ; Lipomatode. Li- 
pomatous. 

Lipomatose. Lipomatosis. 

Lipome. Lipoma. [mia. 

Lipopsychie. Lipothymia ;"" Leipothy- 

Llporrhetinole. An ointment contain- 
ing resins. 

Liposarcie. Liposarca. 

Liposarque. Liposarcous. 

Lipothjmiie. Lipothymia ; Leipothy- 
mia. 

Lippie. Lippia. 

Lippitude. Lippitude. 

Lipyle. Lipyl. 

Lipyrie. A variety of intermittent 
fever with a sensation of intense 
heat whilst the external parts of the 
body are cold. 

Lipsmen, -ienne ; Lipyrique. Pertain- 
ing to a variety of intermittent fever, 
etc. (See Lipyrie.) 

Liquation. Liquation. 

Liquefaction. Licjuefaction. 

Liquefiable. Liquetiable. 

Liquefiant. Liquefying. 

Liqueur. Liquor. 

Liqueur de Van Swieten. An alcoholic 
solution of perchloride of mercury. 

Liquidambar. Liquidambar. 

Liquidambare, -6e. Pertaining to 
liquidambar. 

Liquide, adj. et s. Liquid, adj. and s. 

Liquidien, -ienne. Pertaining to, or 
produced by, liquids. 

Liquidite. Liquidity ; Fluidity. 

Liquor sanguinis. Liquor sanguinis ; 
The blood-plasma. 

Lirelle. Lirella. 

Liriodendrine. Liriodendrin. 

Liriodendron. Liriodendron. 

Lis. Lily. 

Liser^, -ee. Having a border. 

Liseron. Bindweed. [cephale. 

Lissencephale ; Lienc^phale. See Lien- 

Lissotrique ; Liotrique. Liotrichous ; 
Lissotrichous. 

Lit. Bed. 



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Lit de I'ongle. The nail bed. 
Lithagogue. Lithagogue. 
Litharge. Litharge. 
Lithargyre, -ee. Containing litharge. 
Lithenate. Lithenate ; Lithate ; Urate. 
Lithenique. Lithic ; Uric. 
Lithexere. A kind of lithotrite (Maison- 

neuve). 
Lithiase ; Lithiasie. Lithiasis. 
Lithiasique. Lithic ; Lithiasie. 
Lithiate. Lithiate ; Urate. 
Lithine. Lithine. 
Lithique. Lithic. 
Lithium. Lithium. 
Lithmique. Lithmic ; Litmic. 
Lithobie. Living among stones ; Litho- 

domous. 
Lithocenose. Lithocenosis. 
Lithoclaste. Lithoclast ; Lithotrite. 
Lithoclastie. Lithoclasty ; Lithotrity. 
Lithoclysmie. Lithoclysmia. 
Lithocyste. Lithocyst. 
Lithodialyse. Lithodialysis. 
Lithodome. Lithodomous. 
Lithodrassique. Lithodrassic. 
Lithofellinique ; Lithofellique. Litho- 

fellinic ; Lithofellic. 
Lithogenese, ou -genesie, ou -genie, 

Lithogenesis ; Lithogeny. 
Lithoide. Lithoid ; Lithoidal. 
Litholabe. Litholabe. 
Litholapaxie. Litholapaxy. 
Lithologie. Lithology. 
Litholysie. Lytholysis. 
Lithomalacie. Lithomalacia. 
Lithometre. Lithometer. 
Lithomyleur. Lithomyl. 
Lithomylie. Lithomyly ; Lithotrity. 
Lithontripsie. Lithontripsy ; Litho- 
tripsy. 
Lithontriptique. Lithontriptic ; Litho- 

triptic ; Antilithic. 
Lithopsedion. Lithopedion, or-psedion. 
Lithophage. That destroys stone. 
Lithophile. That lives among stones 

or rocks. 
Lithophyte. Lithophyte, 
Lithoplaxie. Lithotrity. 
Lithoprione. Lithoprion (Leroy, 

d'Etiolles). 
Lithoprisie. Lithoprisy. 
Lithorineur. Instrument for filing 

down the calculus after it has been 

seized in the lithodrassic forceps 

(Meirien et Tanchou). 
Lithoscope. Lithoscope. 
Lithothlibie. Lithothlibia. 
Lithotome. Lithotome. 
Lithotomie; Cystotomie. Lithotomy. 



Lithotomiste. Lithotomist. 

Lithotresie. Litliotresis. 

Lithotripsie. Lithotripsy, or -trypsia. 

Lithotripteur. Lithotriptor. 

Lithotriteur. Lithotrite. 

Lithotritie. Lithotrity ; Lithotriture. 

Lithymenie. An operation proposed 
by Dumesnil to destroy vesical 
calculi by means of weak lithontrip- 
tics introduced by irrigation into a 
membranous pouch. 

Litmate. Litmate. 

Litmique. Litmic. 

Liture. Litura. 

Liveche. Lovage. 

Livide. Livid. 

Lividite. Lividity. 

Lixieux, s. Lixivium. 

Lixiviation. Lixiviation. 

Lixiviel, -elle. Lixivial ; Lixivious. 

Lobaire. Lobar. 

Lobe. Lobe ; Lobus. 

Lobe anonyme du foie. The quadrate 
lobe of the liver. 

Lobe de Spigel ou petit. The lobus 
Spigelii (liver.) 

Lobe, -ee. Lobate ; Lobed. 

Lob^lie. Lobelia. 

Lobeline. Lobelin. 

Lobulaire. Lobular. 

Lobulation. Lobulation. 

Lobule. Lobule ; Lobulus. 

Lobule, -ee ; Lobuleux, -euse. Lobu- 
late ; Lobulated. 

Lobulisation. Lobulization, or -sation. 
I Local, -ale. Local. 

Localisateur. (1) Localizing, arf/.; (2) 
One who beliuves a general disease 
to be consecutive to a local ana- 
tomical alteration, .s. 

Localisation. Localization, or -sation. 

Localise, -ee. Localized. 

Lochial, -ale. Lochial. 

Lochies. Lochia. 

Lochiorrhagie. Lochiorrhagia. 

Lochiorrhee. Lochiorrhea, or -iiea. 

Locomobile. Locomobile. 

Locomobilite. Locomobility. 

Locomoteur, -trice. Locomotor. 

Locomotion. Locomotion. 

Locomotivite. Locomotivity. 

Loculaire. Locular. 

Locule. Loculus ; Locule. 

Locule, -ee. Loculate. 

Loculeux, -euse. Locular ; Loculate. 

Loculicide. Loculicidal. 

Locus. Locus. 

Locuste. Locust. [cula. 

Lodicule. Lodicle ; Lodicule ; Lodi- 



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Lodicule, -^e. Having a lodicule. 

Lcemique. Lcemic ; Loimic. 

Loemographie ; Loemologie. Loemo- 
grajihy ; Loimology. [cavity. 

Loge. Cell ; A simple or multiple 

Logique, s. et adj. Logical, adj. ; 
Logic, s. 

Logopl^gie. Condition in which the 
idea of sound and of the word to be 
exjjressed remains, but utterance is 

Loi. Law. [impossible. 

Loir. Dormouse. 

Lombago ; Lumbago. Lumbago. 

Lombaire. Lumbar. 

Lombes. Loins. 

Lombo-abdominal, -ale. Lumbo-ab- 
dominal, adj. ; The Transversalis ab- 
dominis muscle, s. 

Lombo-aortique. Pertaining to the 
abdominal aorta. 

Lombo - costal, -ale. Lumbo - costal, 
adj ; The Serratus posticus inferior 
muscle, s. 

Lombo-costo-trachelien, -ienne. The 
Sacro-lumbalis muscle, s.; Pertaining 
to it, adj. 

Lombo-dorso-trach^lien, -ienne. The 
Longissimus dorsi muscle, s.; Pertain- 
ing to it, adj. 

Lombo-g4nital, -ale. That goes from 
the lumbar region to the genital 
organs. 

Lombo-hum^ral, -ale. The Latissimus 
dorsi mTiscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Lombo-ili-abdominal, -ale. The Trans- 
versalis abdominis muscle, s. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 

Lombo-sacre, -^e. Lumbosacral. 

Lombric. Lumbricus ; Earth-worm. 

Lombrical, -ale. Lumbricalis. 

Lombricaux. Muscles-. The Lumbri- 
cales muscles. 

Lombricien, -ienne, Lumbricoid. 

Lombriciforme. Lumbriciform. 

Lomentac^, -de. Lomentaceous. 

Lomentum. Lomentum ; Loment. 

Long; Longue. Long. 

Long du cou. The Longus colli muscle. 

Long dorsal ou du dos. The Longissi- 
mus dorsi muscle. 

Longe. Loin (animals). 

Longdvitd. Longevity. 

Longitude ; Longueur. Length. 

Looch. Loijch ; Loch ; Electuary, 

Lophine. Lophin. 

Lophiodonte. Lophiodontous. 

Lophophore. Lophophore. 

Loquacite. Loquacity. 



Lordose. Lordosis. 

Lore ; Lonun. Lore ; Lorum. 

Lorique, s. Lorica. 

Lorum ; Lore. Lorum ; Lore. 

Lote ; Lotte. Lote ; Celtis. 

Lotier. Lotus. 

Lotion. Lotion ; Lotio ; Lotura. 

Lotophage. Lotophagous. 

Lotos ; Lotus ; Lotier. Lotus. 

Lotte ; Lote. Lote ; Celtis, 

Lotus. Lotus. 

Louche. (1) Squint-eyed ; Squinting ; 
Strabismal, or -mic ; (2) Turbid ; 
Not clear (liquid). 

Louchement ; Louchissement. The 
passage of a clear liquid to a turbid 
state. 

Loup. Wolf. 

Loup-cervier. Lynx. 

Loupe. (1) Wen ; Steatomatous or 
sebaceous tumour ; (2) Lens ; Magni- 
fying glass. 

Loutre. Otter. 

Louvet. Anthrax in sheep, etc. 

Louvet, -ette. Pox-coloured. 

Louvette. Ixodes. 

Loxarthre. Loxarthron. 

Loxodonte. Loxodont ; Loxodontous. 

Lubrifaction. The action of lubricat- 
ing ; Lubrication. 

Lubrifier. To lubricate. 

Luchonine. Glairin, 

Lucide. Lucid. 

Lucidity. Lucidity. 

Lucifuge. Lucifugous. 

Lucilie. Luciiia. 

Luciline. Lucilin. 

Luctueux, -euse. Sighing (respiration). 

Lues. Lues ; Miasm ; Epidemic ; 
Virus. 

Luette. Uvula. 

Lueur. Glimmer ; Gleam. 

Luisant, -ante. Shining ; Glistening. 

Lumbago ; Lombago. Lumbago. 

Lumiere. Light. 

Lumineux, -euse. Luminous. 

Lunaire. Lunar. 

Lunatique. Lunatic. 

Lunatisme. Periodic ophthalmia. 

Lune. (1) Moon ; (2) Silver (Alchemy). 

Lunettes. Spectacles. 

Lunule. (1) Lunula ; (2) Onyx. 

Lunula, -de. Lunulate ; Lunular. 

Lupinine. Lupinin. [linum. 

Lupuliu. Lupulina ; Lupulin ; Lupu- 

Lupuline ; Lupulite. Lupulin. 

Lupus. Lupus. [coloured. 

Luride ; Lurideux, -euse. Fawn- 

Luridite. Luridity, 



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Lusciosite. Myopia. 

Lut. Luting. 

Lut^ine. Lutein. 

Lut^oline. Luteolin. 

Luxation. Dislocation ; Luxation ; 
Luxatura. 

Luxuriant, -ante. Luxuriant. 

Luxuriatiou. Phyllomania ; Luxuri- 
ance. 

Luzerne. Lucern-grass. 

Lycanthropie. Lycanthropy. 

Lycine. Lycin. 

Lycolide. Lycoid. 

Lycoperdon. Lycoperdon. 

Lycopine. Lycopin. 

Lycopode. Lycopodium. 

Lycopodine. Lyoopodin. 

Lycorexie. Lycorexia ; Lycorrhexy. 

Lyencephale. Lyencephalous. 

Lygophyle. Lygophilous. 

Lymphadenie. Lymphadenia. 

Lymphadenisme. Lymphadenism. 

Lymphadenite. Lymphadenitis. 

Lymphadenome. Lymphadenoma. 

Lymphangiectasie. Lymphangiectasis. 

Lymphangiome. Lymphangioma. 

Lymphangite. Lymphangitis ; Lym- 
phatitis ; Lymphitis. 

Lymphatique. Lymphatic. 

Lsmiphatiques. Vaisseaux-. Lympha- 

Lymphatisme. Lymphatism. [tics. 

Lymphatocele. Lymphatocele. 

Ljrmphe. Lymph. 

Ljnnphite. Lymphitis. 

Lymphoedeme. (Jidema with real or 
supposed dilatation of the lympha- 
tics. 

Lymphogene. Lymphogenous. 

Lymphoide. Lymphoid. 

Lymphome. Lymphoma. 

Lymphopathie. Lymphopathy. 

Lymphorrhagie. Lymphorrhagia. 

Lymphorrhee. Lymphorrhea, or -cea. 

Lymphose. Lymphosis. 

Lsanphotomie. Lymphotomy. 

Lyngode. Having sobbing or hiccough 
as symptoms. Affected with lynx. 

Lynx. Lynx (animal). 

Lypemanie. Lypemania. 

Lyre. Lyra. 

Ljrre, -^e. Lyrate. 

Lyriforme. Shaped like a lyra. 

Lysimachie ; Lysimaque. Lysima- 
chia. 

Lysimetre. Apparatus to measure the 
quantity of the components dissolved 
in a liquid. 

Lysis. Lysis. 

Lysol. Lysol. 



Lyases. Lyssa ; Semi-transparent ele- 
vations existing near the terminations 
of the submaxillary and sublingual 
glands on each side of the tongue, 
especially near the frsenum, of dogs 
affected with hydrophobia. They 
are said to exist in man also during 
the incubation of hydrophobia 
(Marochetti). 

Lythraire. Salicaria. 

Lytte. A species of cantharis. 

M. Abbreviation of Melez = Mix or 

Mabe. Maba. [Misce. 

Macene. Macene. 

Maceration. Maceration. 

Maceratum. The liquid charged by 
maceration. 

Mac^re, -ee. Macerated. 

Machserion, Machairion, ou Machaire. 
An old species of scalpel. [toria. 

Md,che. Corn-salad ; Valerianella oli- 

Macheliere. A molar tooth. 

Machinal, -ale. Mechanical ; Auto- 
matic ; Involuntary. 

Machine. Machine. 

Mllchoire. Maxilla ; Jaw ; Jawbone. 

M&chonnement. A mumbling and 
munching action of the jaws in 
patients affected with paralysis. 

Machromine. Maclurin. 

M&chure. Term applied to irregular 
strips or shreds seen in wounds caused 
by bites, by crushing, or by firearms. 

Macilence. Macilence. 

Macine. Macene. 

Macis. Mace. 

Made. Hemitropia. 

Maclurine. Maclurin. 

Macrobie. Longevity. 

Macrobiotique. Macrobiotic, adj. ; 
Macrobiotics, s.pl, 

Macrocephale. Macrocephalous. 

Macrocephalie. Macrocephalia, 

Macrocerque. Macrocercous (adj), 
-cus (•»>•). 

Macrochilie. Macrocheilia. 

Macrochirie. Macrocheiria. 

Macrocosme. Macrocosm. 

Macrocyte. Macrocyte ; Giant blood 
corpuscle. 

Macrodactyle. Macrodactylous. 

Macrodactylie. Macrodactylia, -lisra, 
or -ly. 

Macrodonte. Macrodont. 

Macrogastre. Macrogastrous. 

Macroglosse. Affected with macro- 
glossia ; Macroglossate. 

Macroglossie. Macroglossia. 



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Macrognathe. Macrognathic. 

Macrogonidie. Macrogonidium. 

Macromele. Macroiuelous, adj. ; Ma- 
cromelus, *•. 

Macromelie. Macromelia. 

Macrophthalme. Macrophthalmos. 

Macrophylle. Macrophyllous. 

Macrophysocephale. Macrophyso - 
cephalus. 

Macropnee. Macropnea, or -cea ; Ma- 
cropneuma. 

Macropode. Macropodal, or -podous ; 
Macropous. 

Macropodie. Macropodia. 

Macroprosopie. Macroprosopia. 

Macropsie. Macropsia. 

Macroptere. Macropterous. 

Macroscelie. Macroscelia. 

Macroscopic. Macroscopy. 

Macroscopique. Macroscopic. 

Macroskelie. Macroscelia. 

Macrosomatie. Macrosomatia. 

Macrospore. Macrospore. 

Macrostome. Macrostomatous. 

Macrostomie. Macrostomia. 

Macrotarsien, -ienne. Macrotarsal. 

Macrotine. Macrotin. 

Macrozoospore. Macrozoospore. 

Maculaire. Macular. 

Macula lutea. Macula lutea ; The 
yellow spot of the retina. 

Maculature ; Macule. Macula ; Ma- 
cule. 

Macule, -^e. Maculated ; Maculate ; 
Spotted. 

Maculeux, -euse. Maculous ; Macu- 
lose ; Macular. 

Madarose. Madarosis. 

Madefaction, Madefaction. 

Madorrhee. Syphilis. 

Magdaleon. Magdaleon. 

Magistere. Magistery. 

Magistral, -ale. Magistral. 

Magma. Magma ; Sediment ; Dregs. 

Magnan. Silkworm. 

Magn^sie. Magnesia. 

Magn^sie, -6e. Containing magnesia ; 
iNIagnesic. 

Magnesien, -ienne. Magnesian. 

Magnesique. Magnesic. 

Magnesite. Meerschaum. 

Magnesium. Magnesium. 

Magnetic. The unity of magnetic force. 

Magnetiquc. Magnetic. 

Mag^etiser. To hypnotize ; To mag- 
netize. 

Magn^tiseur, -euse. Applied to the 
person who hypnotizes. 

Magn^tisme. Magnetism. 



Magnetite. Magnetic oxide of iron. 

Magneto - electricity. Magneto - elec- 
tricity. 

Magneto-^lectrique. Magneto-electric. 

Magn^tologie. Magnetology. 

Magnian. Silkworm. 

Magnolia; Magnolier. Magnolia, 

Magnoline. Magnolin. 

Maigre. Thin ; Lean ; Slender ; Spare. 

Maigre. Faire-. To fast ; To abstain 
from flesh. 

Maigreur. Thinness ; Leanness ; Spare- 
ness. 

Maille. Mesh or anastomosis of capil- 
laries or of other anatomical units 
enclosing a space. 

Maillechort. German silver ; Alloy of 
copper, zinc and nickel. 

Maillot. Swaddling-clothes. 

Maillot humide. Wet pack. 

Maillot sec. Dry pack. 

Main. Hand. 

Main bote. Club-hand. 

Mais. Maize. 

Maison. House. 

Maison d'accouchement. Lying - in 
hospital or home. 

Maison d'alienes, ou de sante. Lunatic 
asylum. 

Maison mortuaire. Mortuary. 

Mai. Ill ; Evil ; Disease ; Pain ; Sick- 
ness. 

Mai des AUemands. Syphilis. 

Mai des ardents. An epidemic gan- 
grenous disease of the Middle Ages*. 

Mai d'aventure. Whitlow. 

Mai de la bale de Saint Paul. Sibbens. 

Mai des Barbades. Elephantiasis. 

Mai de Buas. Syphilie. 

Mai caduc. Epilepsy. 

Mai de chicot (Soret). Sibbens. 

Mai chimique. Necrosis of the inferior 
maxillary. 

Mai des Chretiens. Syphilis. 

Mai de cosur. Nausea ; Sickn ss. 

Mai curial. Syphilis. 

Mai de dents. Toothache. 

Mai divin. Epilepsy. 

Mai d'enfant. Labour pains. 

Mai espagnol. Syphilis. 

Mai d'estomac. Stomach-ache. 

Mai de foie. Aqueous cachexia. 

Mai francais. Syphilis. 

Mai de gorge. Angina ; Sore- throat. 

Mai de gorge des predicateurs. Clergy- 
men's .sore-throat. 

Mai de hanche. Coxalgia. 

Mai intellectuel. Epilepsy. 

Mai de langue. Glossanthrax. 



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Mai de lune. Periodic ophthalmia. 
Mai de machoire. (1) Toothache; (2) 

Trismus. 
Mai de Melada. Pellagra. 
Mai de mer. Sea--(ickne8s. 
Mai de mere. Hysteria. 
Mai de misere (Vaccari). Pellagra. 
Mai de montagne. Mountain-sickness. 
Mai de mort. Leprosy. 
Mai de Naples. Syphilis. 
Mai de neige. The irresistible longing 

for sleep felt by travellers in the 

snow. 
Mai noir. Anthrax ; Charbon. 
Mai d'oreilles. Otitis, 
Mai du pays. Nostalgia. 
Mai de Piedra. Syphilis. 
Mai des Polonais. Syphilis. 
Mai de Pott. Pott's disease. 
Mai de reins. Lumbago. 
Mai rouge. Gangrenous erysipelas. 
Mai sacre, ou Saint mal. Epilepsy. 
Mai Saint-Antoine. Erysipelas. 
Mal de Sainte Euph^mie. Tertiary 

syphilides. 
Mal de Job. Syphilis. 
Mal de Saint Jean. Epilepsy. 
Mal Saint Lazare. Elephantiasis. 
Mal Saint-Main. Itch. 
Mal de Saint Mervius ; Mal de Saint- 

Sement. Syphilis. 
Mal de Siam. Yellow fever. 
Mal de tdte. Headache ; Cephalalgia, 
Mal des Turcs. Syphilis. 
Malachite. Malachite. 
Malacie. Malacia. 

Malacodermie. Softening of the skin, 
Malacoide. Malacoid. 
Malacologie. Malacology. 
Malacome. (1) Any soft fruit ; (2) 

Malacoma. 
Malacosarcose. Malacosarcosis, 
Malacosteose. Osteomalacia, 
Malacozoaire. Malacozoon. 
Malactique. Malactic; Emollient, 
Malade. Sick ; 111 ; Diseased ; Un- 
well ; Poorly, 
Maladie. Illness ; Sickness ; Malady ; 

Disease ; Complaint ; Disorder, 
Maladie anserine. Anserine disease. 
Maladie bleue. Cyanosis. 
Maladie bronzee. Addison's disease, 
Maladie carbonculaire. Anthrax, 
Maladie cardiaque. Severe sweating 

sickness, [tans. 

Maladie chancelante. Paralysis agi- 
Maladie de Cruveilhier, Gastric ulcer, 
Maladie essentielle, A disease that 

does not depend on any other. 



Maladie eteinte. An extinct disease. 
Maladie herculeenne. Epilepsy. 
Maladie d'Isambert. Acute pharyngo- 

laryngeal miliary tuberculosis. 
Maladie de Kaposi. Xeroderma. 
Maladie de Landry. Myelitis with 

diffuse sensory trouble. 
Maladie de Meniere. Oticodinia. 
Maladie noire. Hypochondriacal me- 
lancholia. 
Maladie de Parkinson. Paralysis agi- 

tans. 
Maladie du pays. Nostalgia. 
Maladie de poitrine. Phthisis. 
Maladie sacree. Epilepsy. 
Maladie saturnine. Affection due to 

lead poisoning. 
Maladie de Siam. Yellow fever. 
Maladie tremblante. Paralysis agitans. 
Maladif, -ive. Unhealthy ; Sickly. 
Maladrerie. Hospital for leprosy, 
Malagma. Malagma ; Poultice. 
Malaire, Malar. 
Malaise. Malaise ; Dysphoria. 
Malamide. Malamid. 
Malandre. Malanders ; Mallenders 

(Vet.). 
Malandrie. Malandria. 
Malaria. Malaria. 
Malarique. Malarial. 
Malate. Malate. 
Malaxation. Malaxation. 
Malaxer. To malaxate ; To knead ; 

To apply massage. 
Mal-bouche, -ee ; Mal-dent^, -ee. 

Having a faulty arrangement of the 

teeth (Vet.). 
Malconformation. Malformation. 
Male. Male. 
Maleate. Maleate. 
Malefice. Witchcraft. 
Maleinique ; Maleique. Maleic, 
Malformation. Malformation. 
Malignite. ISIalignity ; Malignancy. 
Malin, -igne, ^Malignant. 
Malique. Malic. 
Malis. Glanders (Vet.), 
Malis acari. Itch. 
Malis dracunculi. Eilaria, 
Malis pediculi. Phthiriasis, 
Malleabilite, Malleability, 
Malleable. Malleable. [Malleal. 

Malleaire ; Mall^al, -ale. Mallear ; 
Malleolaire. Malleolar. 
Malleole. Malleolus. 
Malleomyce. Schizomycetes of the pus 

in glanders (Hallier). 
Malonique. Malonic. 
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Maltage. Maltage. 

Malthe. Maltha. 

Maltine. Maltine. 

Maltose. Maltose. 

Malusien. Malusic ; Malic. 

Malvac6, -ee. Malvaceous. 

Mamanpian. The initial ulceration in 
Frambcesia. 

Mamelle. Mamma ; Breast. 

Mamelle, -4e. Mammate ; Mammi- 
feroiis. 

Mamelon. Nipple. 

Mamelonn^, -ee. Having nipples ; 
Mammillate, or -ted. 

Mamelonniforme. In the form of a 
nipple ; Mammillary. 

Mamillaire. Mammillary. 

Mamille, -ee ; Mamilleux, -euse. Mam- 
millate, or -ted. 

Mamilliforme. Mammilloid. 

Mammaire. Mammary. 

Mammalogie. Mammalogy. 

Mammay ; Mammea ; Mammei. Mam- 
mea. 

Mammifere. Mammiferous. 

Mammiforme. Mammiform ; Mastoid. 

Mammite. Mammitis ; Mastitis. 

Mammule. Mammula. 

Mammuleux, -euse. Having mammnlse. 

Man. Abbreviation of Manipulu8=: 
Handful ; Handle. 

Manche d'Hippocrate. Straining-bag. 

Manchette. Skin-flap (amputation). 

Manchot, -ote. One-handed ; One- 
armed. 

Mancone. Mancona bark. 

Mandelique. Mandelic. 

Mandibulaire. Mandibular. 

Mandibule. Mandible ; Mandibula, or 
-lum. 

Mandibule, -ee. Mandibulate, or -ted. 

Mandragore. Mandragora ; Mandrake. 

Mandrin. Mandrin ; The stylet of a 
flexible catheter. 

Manducation. Manducation. 

Manes. Manes. 

Manet ; Maniement. See Maniement. 

Manganate. Manganate. 

Manganese. Manganese ; Manganum, 
or -nium. 

Manganesiate. Manganate. 

Manganeux, -euse. Manganous. 

Manganique. Manganic. 

Mangeur, -euse. Eater ; That eats. 

Mangier ; Manguier. Mango-tree. 

Mango ; Mangue. Mango. 

Mangostine. Mangostin. 

Mangue ; Mango. Mango. 

Manguier; Mangier. Mango-tree. 



Maniacal, -ale. Maniacal. 

Maniaque. Maniac ; Maniacal. 

Manie. Mania. 

Maniement. (1) The action of handling 
adipose regions of animals ; (2) The 
regions of the body that can be ex- 
plored, and in which fat often ac- 
ctimulates round a lymphatic gland. 

Manifestation. Manifestation. 

Manigraphe. Manigraph ; A specialist 
in insanity. 

Manigraphie. Manigraphy. 

Manihot ; Manioc. Manihot ; Manioc. 
[ Manipulation. Manipulation. 
I Manipule. Maniple ; Handful ; Pugil ; 
I Pugillu3. 
I Manne. Manna. 
j Mannide. Mannid. 

Mannifere. Manniferous. 
I Mannipare. Manniparous 

Mannitane. Mannitan. 

Mannite. Mannite. 

Mannitique. Mannitic. 

Mannitose. Mannitose. 

Manometre. Manometer. 

Manom^trique. Manometric. 

Manoscope. Manoscope. 

Manteau. Mantle ; Brain-mantle. 

Manubrial, -ale. Manubrial. [sterni. 

Manubrium. Manubrium ; Manubrium 

Manuel, -elle. Manual. 

Manuel operatoire. That which is per- 
formed by the surgeon himself during 
an operation. 

Manuluve. Manuluvium ; Manilu- 
vium ; Hand-bath. 

Manustupration. Manustupration ; 
Masturbation. 

Maquereau. Mackerel. 

Marais. Marsh ; Swamp. 

Marasmatique. Marasmic; Marasmous. 

Marasme. Marasmus. 

Marasmoide. Marasmoid. 

Marbre. Marble. 

Marc. Residuum. [Withered. 

Marcescent, -ente. Marcescent ; 

Marcescible. That tends to wither. 

Marche. Walk ; Gait ; March ; Walk- 
ing ; Progress. 

Marcheur, -euse. Pedestrian. 

Marcottage. Layering (Botany). 

Marcotte. Layer (Botany). 

Mare. Pond of stagnant water. 

Marecageux, -euse. Marshy ; Swamjjy. 

Mar^e. Tide. 

Maremmatique. Maremmatic. 

Maremme. Marshy land. 
, Mareo. Mareo ; Mountain sickness. 
I Margarine. Margarin, or -ne. 



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Margaiique. Margaric. 

Margaxone. Margarone. 

Marge. Margin ; Border ; Edge. 

Marginal, -ale. Marginal. 

Margine, -6e. Marginate. 

Marguerite. Daisy. 

Mariage. Marriage. 

Marin, -ine. Marine, adj ; Sailor, s. 

Maringouin ; Moustique. Mosquito. 

Marisque. (1) Fleshy excrescences of 
the eyes, the eyelids, the chin, and of 
the anus (old authors) ; (2) A dried- 
up external pile. 

Maritime. Maritime. 

Marjolaine. Marjoram. 

Marmelade. Marmalade. 

Marmite. Pot ; Saucepan. 

Mame. Marl ; Chalk. 

Marque. Mark ; Cicatrix. 

Marron. Chestnut. 

Marrube. Marrubium. 

Marrubiine. Marrubiin. 

Mars. Mars ; Iron. 

Marsupial, -ale. Marsupial ; Pouched. 

Marsupialisation. In surgery, the pro- 
duction of a pouch or of an accidental 
cavity. 

Marsupiaux. Marsupialia. 

Marsupium. Mansupium. 

Marteau. The Malleus. 

Martelage. The employment of the 
hammer in surgical operations. 

Martial, -ale. Ferruginous. 

Masque. The expression of the face. 



Masse. Mass ; Massa. 

Masseter. Masseter, 

Masseterin, -ine ; Masseterique. Mas- 
seteric ; Masseterine. 

Masseur ; Masseuse. Masseur ; Mas- 
seuse. 

Massicot. Massicot ; Litharge. 

Massif, -ive. Massive ; Bulky ; Per- 
taining to a mass. 

Massiforme. In the shape of a mass. 

Mastic. Mastic. 

Masticateur, -trice. Masticatory ; That 
masticates. 

Mastication. Mastication. 

Masticatoire, adj. et s. Masticatory, 
ad,j. and ^s'. 

Masticine. Masticin, or -ne. 

Mastigophore. Mastigophorous, or 
-ric ; Flagellate. 

Mastite. Mastitis. 

Mastodologie. Mammalogy. 

Mastod3mie. Mastodynia. 

MastoMe. Mastoid. [process. 

Mastolde. Apophyse-. The mastoid 



Mastoldien, -ienne, adj. Mastoid ; 
Mastoidean ; Mastoidal ; Mastoideal. 

Masto'idiennes. Cellules-. The mastoid 
cells. 

Mastoldienne. Rainure-. The digastric 
groove. 

Mastoldien. Trou-, The mastoid fora- 
men. 

Mastoldien, s. The mastoid process 
considered as a separate bone in some 
birds. 

Mastoidite. Mastoiditis. 

Mastoido-auriculaire. Pertaining to 
the mastoid process and to the ear, 
oflj. ; The Retrahens aurem muscle, .s. 

Mastoido-conchinien, -ienne. Pertain- 
ing to the mastoid process and to the 
concha, adj. ; The Retrahens aurem 
muscle, .s'. 

Mastoido-genien, -ienne. Going from 
the mastoid process to the genial 
tubercles, adj. ; The Digastric mus- 
cle, s. 

Mastoldo-hum^ral, -ale. Going from 
the mastoid process to the shoulder, 
adj. ; A muscle of the horse, s. 

Mastozoaire. Mastozoon ; A mammal. 

Mastozoologie. Mammalogy. 

Masturbation. Masturbation, 

Mat, -ate. Dull ; Dead (soimd or 
colour). 

Mate. Mate ; Paraguay tea. 

Mateine. Catfein extracted from mate. 

Matelas. Mattress. 

Matelas d'eau. Water-bed. 

Materialisme. Materialism. 

Materialiste. Materialist. 

Matemite. (1) Maternity ; (2) A lying- 
in hospital, or the part of a general 
hospital kept for lying-in cases. 

Maticine. Maticin. 

Matico. Matico. 

Matiere. Matter [not pus) ; Material ; 
Materies. 

Matieres alvines. Excrements. 

Matiere brute. Raw material. 

Matiere caseeuse. Cheesy matter. 

Matiere colorante. Colouring matter. 

Matiere colorante jaune du sang. 
Hemaphein. 

Matiere fibreuse des muscles. Muscu- 
lin. 

Matiere fibreuse du sang. Fibrin. 

Matiere gelatiniforme de I'intestin 
grele. Peptone (Prevost et Morin). 

Matiere germinale. Germinal matter 
(Beale). 

Matiere incrustante. Xylogene. 

Matiere m^dicale. Materia mediea. 



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Matiere muqueuse. Mucosin. 

Matiere noire pigmentaire. Melanin. 

Matiere noire des poumons. Anthra- 
cosis. 

Matiere organisee. Organized matter. 

Matiere pancreatique. Pancreatin. 

Matiere salivaire. Ptyalin. 

Matieres stercolales. Excrement. 

Matin. Morning. 

Matit^. Duluess (sound on percussion). 

Matras. Matrass ; Retort (Chemistry). 

Matricaire. Matricaria. 

Matrical, -ale. Uterine. 

Matrice. (1) Uterus ; (2) Matrix. 

Matrone. Midwife. 

Matte. Matt (metals), [Ripening. 

Maturatif, -ive. Maturative; Maturant ; 

Maturation. Maturation. 

Maturite. Maturity. 

Maurelle. Litmus. 

Mauvais, -aise. Bad ; III ; Evil ; In- 
jurious. 

Mauve. Mallow. 

Mauveine. Mauvein.' 

Maux de nerfs. Neuroses. 

Maxillaire. Maxillar, Maxillary, adj. ; 
Maxilla, ,s'. 

Maxillaire inf^rieur. The inferior 
maxilla or inferior maxillary bone. 

Maxillaire sup^rieur. The superior 
maxilla or superior maxillary bone. 

Maxille. Maxilla (insects, etc.). 

Maxille, -ee; Maxillifere. Having 
maxillffi or mandibles. 

Maxillo-alveolinasal, -ale. The De- 
jiressor alfe nasi muscle, s. ; Pertain- 
ing to it, adj. 

Maxillo-dentaire. Maxillo-dentary. 

Maxillo - labial, -ale. The Depressor 
anguli oris muscle, s. ; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 

Maxillo-labi-nasal, -ale. The Levator 
labii superioris alaeque nasi, s. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 

Maxillo-narinal, ou -nasal, -ale. The 
Compressor nasi muscle, «. ; Pertain- 
ing to it, adj. 

Maxillo-palpebral, -ale. Maxillo-palpe- 
bralis ; Orbicularift palpebrarum, ,s. ; 
Pertaining to it, adj. 

Maxillo-pharyngien, -ienne. Maxillo- 
pharyngeal. 

Maxillo-scleroticien, -ienne. The In- 
ferior oblique muscle of the eye, ,s. : 
Pertaining to it, adj. 

Maximum. Maximum. 

Maza. A paste made of barley. 

M^able. Meable. 

M^at. Meatus. 



M^at auditif. Auditory meatus. 

Meat des fosses nasales. Meatus of 
the nose. 

Meat de la trompe d'Eustache. The 
pharyngeal orifice of the Eustachian 
tube. 

M^at urinaire. Meatus urinarius. 

Meatique, Pertaining to a meatus. 

Mecacicisme. The doctrine of the 
intromathematicians. 

Mecanique, s. Mechanics. 

Mecanique, adj. Mechanical ; Me- 
chanic. 

Mecanisme. Mechanism. 

M^canoth^rapie. Mechano-therapy. 

Meche. A drain of lint or gauze ; A 
lamp-wick drain. 

Mechoacan. Mechoacanna ; White rhu- 
barb ; American scammony or 
bryonia. 

M^cistocephale. Mecistocephalous 
(adj), -lus (•'»■) (Huxley). 

M^cometre. Mecometer. 

Meconate. Meconate. 

Mecone. Meconin. 

Meconidine. Meconidin. 

M^conine. Meconin. 

M^conique. Meconic. 

Meconium. Meconium. 

M^decin. Physician ; Doctor of medi- 
cine. 

M^decine. Medicine. 

M^diaire. Median (Botany). 

Medial, -ale. Medial ; Median. 

Median, -ane. Median. 

M^diastin, s. Mediastinum. 

Mediastin, -ine, aclj. Mediastinal 

M^diastinite. Mediastinitis. 

M^diat, -ate. Mediate. 

Medical, -ale. Medical. 

Medicament. Medicament ; A medi- 
cine ; A medicinal susbtance. 

M^dicamentaire. Medicinal ; Medica- 
mentary ; Medicamentous ; Medi- 
camental. 

M^dicamentation. The action of pre- 
scribing medicines. 

Medicaments, -6e. Medicated. 

MSdicamenter. To medicate ; To give 
a medicine. 

MSdicamenteux, -euse. Medicamen- 
tous ; Medicamental. 

MSdicastre. Medicaster ; A quack. 

MSdicateur, -trice. That remedies. 

Medication. Medication. 

Medicinal, -ale. Medicinal. 

Medico-iegal, -ale. Medico-legal. 

Medico - pneumatique. Medico-pneu- 
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Medico - psychologique. Medico - psy- 
chologic. 

Medio-carpien, -ienne. Medio-carpal. 

Medio palatin, -ine. Medio-palatine. 

Medio-tarsien, -ienne. Medio-tarsal. 

Medium. Medium. [finger. 

Medina. Medius ; The middle or second 

MeduUaire. Medullary ; Medullar. 

MeduUe. Medulla. 

MeduUine. MeduUin. 

MeduUique. Medullic. [tion. 

MeduUisation. MeduUization, or -sa- 

Medullite. Medullitis. 

MeduUocelle. Medullo-cell. 

MeduUo - encephalique. Medullo - en- 
cephalic. 

Medusaire. Pertaining to medusae. 

Meduse. Medusa. [medusa. 

Medusiforme. Having the shape of a 

Megacephale. Megacephalous, or -lie 
(adj), -lus (s). 

Megachile. Megacheilous (adj), -lus (s). 

Megagnathe. Megagnathous (adj), 
-thus (s). 

Megalanthropogenesie. The supposed 
power of procreating great and dis- 
tinguished men. 

M^galocephale. Megalocephalous, or 
-lie (ad,)), -lus (■■*). 

Megalocephalie. Megalocephalia, or -ly. 

Megalodactyle. Megalodactylous. 

Megalodactylie. The megalodactylous 
condition. 

Megalodonte. Megadont. 

Megalomanie. Megalomania. 

Megalopsie. Megalopsia. 

Megalosplanchnie. The mega- 
losplanchnous condition. 

Megalosplenie. Megalosplenia. 

Mdgalote. Having big ears. 

Megapode. Having large feet. 

Megascope. Megascope. 

Meibomien, -ienne. Meibomian. 

Melsena. Melsena ; Melena. 

Melsenagogue. Melaenagogue ; Melena- 
gogue. 

Melaenique ; Melenique. Melsenic ; 
Melenic. 

Melagre. Melagra. 

M^laine. Melain, or -ne. 

Melalinique. Pertaining to melaine ; 
Melainic. 

Melaleuque. Melaleuca. 

Melalgie. Melalgia. 

Melam. Melam. 

Melamine. Melamin. 

Melampyrine ; Melampyrite. Dulcitol. 

Melancholie; Melancolie. Melan- 
cholia ; Melancholy, s. 



Melancholique ; Melancolique. Melan- 
cholic ; Melancholy, adj. 
M^lane, -^e. Melanic. 
Melanemie. Melanemia, or -semia. 
Melanemique. Melanemie, or -semic. 
Melange. Mixture ; Mingling. 
Melangeur, -euse. That serves to mix. 
Melanhemie. Melanemia, or -gemia. 
M^lanhidrose. Melanephridosis. 
Melanien, -ienne. Resulting from an 

excess of melanin. 
Melaniline. Melanilin. 
Melanine. Melanin. 
Melanique. Melanic. 
Melanisme. Melanism. 
Melanochroique. Melanochroic ; Me- 

lanochroous. 
Melanode. Melanic ; Blackish. 
Melanoderme. Melanodermous. 
Melanodermie. Melanoderma. 
Melanodermique. Melanodermie. 
Melanoide. Melanoid. 
Melanome. Melanoma. 
Melanophthalme. Melanophthalmous. 
Melanose. Melanosis. 
Melanote. Having black ears. 
M^lanothrique. Melanotrichous. 
Melanotique. Melanotic. 
Melanourine. Melanurin, 
Melanuremique. Melanuric. 
Melanurese. Melanuresis. 
M^lanurie. Melanuria. 
Melanurine. Melanurin. 
Melanurique. Melanuric. 
Melas. A variety of Psoriasis showing 

brown scales ; Melas. 
M^las-ictere. Melasicterus ; Melanic- 

terus. 
M^lasme. Melasma. 
Melasse. Molasses; Treacle. 
Melassique. Pertaining to molasses. 
Melastearrhee. Melastearrhea, or -oea ; 

Chromidrosis. 
Melena, on -ne. Melena ; Meltena. 
Melezitose. Melezitose ; Melezibiose. 
Melicerique. Meliceric. 
Meliceris. Meliceris ; Melicera. 
Melide. Glanders (speciallyin donkeys). 
Melilot. Melilotus ; Melilot. 
Melilotique. Melilotic. 
Melilotine. Coumarin. 
Melimelum. Mixture of honey and of 

mucilage of quinces. 
Melisse. Balm-mint ; Garden-balm ; 

Lemon -balm ; Melissa. 
M^lissine. An alcohol obtained from 

myricin. 
Melissique. Pertaining to melissa or 

to the alcohol obtained from myricin. 



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Melitagreux, -euse. Applied to the 

crusts of Melitagra. 

Melithemie. Melithemia ; Melitemia ; 
Glycohemia, or -aemia. 

Melithyperurie. Melithyperuria ; Dia- 
betes mellitus. 

Melitoptyalisme. Melitoptyalismus. 

Melitose. Melitose. 

Meliturie. Melituria ; Diabetes mel- 
litus. 

Mellanurique. Mellanuric. 

Malleoli. A medicine composed of 
honey and of a powder ; Electuary, 

Melleolique. Said of a medicine com- 
posed of honey and of a powder. 

Mellifere. Melliferous. 

Mellique. Pertaining to honey. 

Melligene. Melliferous ; Melligerous. 

Mellithe. Mellite. 

Mellithique. Mellitic. 

Mellivore. Mellivorous. 

Mellon; Mellone. Mellon. 

Mellonhydrique. Hydromellonic. 

Mellonique. Mellonic. 

M^lodermie. Melanoderma. 

Melomele. Melomelus (s), -lous (adj). 

Melomeli. See Melim^lum. 

Melomelie. Melomelia. 

Meloplasty. Meloplasty, 

Melose. Melosis ; Probing. 

Melotridyme, on -thridyme. Melotri- 
dymus. 

Memarchure. A sprain. 

Membrane. Membrane ; Membrana. 

Membrane du corps vitre. Hyaloid 
membrane. 

Membrane du tympan. Membrana 
tympani. 

Membraneux, -euse. Membranous. 

Membraniforme. Membraniform. 

Membranule. Membranula ; Mem- 
branule. 

Membre. Limb ; Member. 

Memoire. Memory. 

Memorable. Memorable (applied to the 
ansa of Wrisberg). 

Memoratif, -ive. Recollecting ; Pro- 
ducing memory. 

M^moration. The result or the comple- 
tion of any act of memory. 

M^nagog ue. Menagogue ; Emmena- 
gogue. 

Menhidrose ; Menidrose. Menhidrosis ; 
Menidrosis. 

Minings. Meninges, p/. 

M^ninge, -^e ; Meningien, -ienne. 
Meningeal. 

Meningine. Meningina. 

M^ninginite. Meninginitis. 



Meningite. Meningitis. 

M^ningitiforme. Resembling menin- 
gitis. 

Meningitique. (1) Meningitic ; (2) 
Meningeal. 

Meningocele. Meningocele. 

Meningo-encephalite. Meningo-ence- 
phalitis. 

Meningo-gastrique. Meningo-gastric. 

Meningomalacie. Men i ngo - malacia. 

Meningo-myelite. Meningo-myelitis. 

Meningophylax. ISIeningophylax ; In- 
strument for protecting the brain 
during trephining. 

Meningorrhagie. Meningorrhagia. 

Meningose. Meningosis. 

Meningo-spinal, -ale. Meningo-spinal. 

Mening^urie. Meninguria. 

Menisperme. Menispermum. 

Menispermine. Menispermin. 

M^nisque. Meniscus. 

Menopause. Menopause. 

Menorrhagie. Menorrhagia. 

Menorrhagique. Menorrhagie. 

Menorrhee. Menorrhea, or -oea. 

Menostase ; Menostasie. Menostasis ; 
Menostasia. 

Menoxenie. Menoxenia ; Vicarious 
menstruation. 

Menstruation. Menstruation. 

Menstrue, -i.tn. Menstruum. 

Menstruel, -elle. Menstrual. 

Menstrues, s././)/. The menses. 

Mensurateur du bassin. Pelvimeter. 

Mensurateur de la poitrine. Cyrto- 
meter. 

Mensuration. Mensuration. 

Mentagre. Mentagra. [-ton. 

Mentagrophyte. Mentagrophyte, or 

Mental, -ale. Mental (pertaining to 
the mind or to the chin). 

Menthe. Mentha ; Mint. 

Mentha poivr^e. Peppermint ; Mentha 
piperita. 

Menthene. Menthene. 

Menthol. Menthol. 

Mentholique. Pertaining to menthol. 

Mentisme. Mental disturbance 
(Baumes). 

Mento-labial, -ale. The Depressor labii 
inferior is (Quadratus menti) and the 
Levator labii inferioris (Levator 
menti) considered as one muscle, s. ; 
Pertaining to them, adj. 

Menton. Chin ; ^lentum. 

Mentonnier, -iere, adj. Pertaining to 
the chin ; Mental. 

Mentonniere, «. Bandage for the chin ; 
Galen's bandage. 



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Meutulagre. Mentulagra ; Chordee. 

Mephite. Mephitis. 

Mephitique. Mephitic. 

Mephitisme. Mephitism. 

Dler. Sea. 

Meratrophie. Meratrophy ; Atrophy of 
the inferior extremity. 

Mercaptan. Mercaptan. 

Mercaptide. Mercaptid. 

Mercure. Mercury ; Hydrargyrum ; 
Quicksilver. 

Mercureux, -euse. Mercurous. 

Mercurial, ale. Mercurial, 

Mercuriale. Mercurialis. 

Mercurialine. Mercurialin. 

Mercurialisme. Mercurialism. 

Mercurialiste. Mercurialist. 

Mercuriaux. Mercurial preparations. 

Mercuriel, -elle. Mercurial. 

Mercurique. Mercuric. 

Mercuriste. Mercurialist. 

Mere. Mother. 

Merenchyme. Merenchyma. 

Meri. The (Esophagus (in old French). 

Mericarpe. Mericarp. 

Meridien, s. Meridian, s. 

Meridien, -ienne, adj. Meridian, adj. 

Merisier. Wild cherry-tree. 

Merismatique. Merismatic. 

Merismopedie. Merismopedia. 

Merithalle. Merithal ; Internode, 

Merlan. Whiting. 

Meroblastique. Meroblastic. 

Merocele. Merocele ; Femoral hernia. 

Merologie. Merology. 

Meromyaire. Having one muscular 
coat. 

Meropodite. Meropodite. 

Merveillosit^. Intellectual debility that 
leads to the imagination of marvel- 
lous or supernatural things. 

Merycique. Pertaining to merycism. 

Merycisme. Merycism ; Rumination. 

Merycologie. Merycology. 

Mesaraique. Mesaraic ; Mesenteric. 

Mesaticephale. Mesaticephaloua (adj), 
-lus («). 

Mescal. Mescal ; Mezcal. 

Mesel. Afflicted with leprosy (Middle 
Ages). 

Mesellerie. Leprosy (Middle Ages). 

Mesencephale. Mesencephal, or -Ion. 

Mesentere. Mesentery. 

Meseuterie. Tabes mesenteries (Ali- 
bert). 

Mesenterin, -ine. Having an irregular 
burface like the mesentery, 

Mesenterique. Mesenteric. 

Mesenterite. Mesenteritis. 



M^seutero'ide. Mesenteroid. 

Mesitylene. Mesitylene. 

Mesitylenique. Mesitylenic. 

Mesityol. Mesitylene. 

Mesmerisme. Mesmerism. 

Mesoblaste. Mesoblast. 

Mesoblastique. Mesoblastic. 

Mesocsecum. Mesocaecum, or -cecum. 

Mesocarpe. Mesocarp. 

Mesocephale. Mesocephalon ; Pons 
Varolii. 

Mesocephalique. Mesocephalic. 

Mesochilium. Mesochilium ; Mesochil. 

Mesochoudre. Hyaline substance be- 
tween cartilage cells. 

M^sochondriaque. Mesochondriac. 

Mesocolon. Mesocolon. 

Mesocr^e. Mesocranium ; Vertex. 

Mesoderme. Mesoderm. 

Mesodermique. Pertaining to the 
mesoderm. 

Mesoepididyme. Mesoepididymis. 

Mesogastre. Mesogastrium. 

Mesogastrique. Mesogastric. 

Mesoglosse. Mesoglossal, adj. ; The 
Genio-hyo-glossus muscle, s. 

M^solobaire. Mesolobic. 

Mesolobe. Mesolobe ; Corpus callosum. 

Mesologie. Mesology. 

Mesologique. Mesologie. 

Mesomerie. Mesomeria ; Mesomerion ; 
The Perineum. 

Mesometre. Mesometrium. 

M6somphale. Mesomphalion, -Hum, or 
-lum ; The Umbilicus. 

M^souotum. Mesonotum. 

Mesophloeum. Mesophloeum. 

Mesophryon. Mesophryon ; Glabella. 

Mesophylle. Mesophyl, or -yllum. 

Mesophyte. Mesophyte. 

Mesopode. Mesopodium. 

Mesopterygium. Mesopterygium. 

Mesorchion, -chis, ou -chium. Mesor- 
chion, -chis, or -chium. 

M^sorectum. Mesorectum. 

Mesorganisd, -ee. Applied to com- 
pounds and bodies of organic origin 
(Proust). 

Mesorrhinien, -ienne. Mesorhine, or 
-rrhine. 

Mesorrhinien. Mesorhiuium, or -rrhin- 
ium. 

Mesoroptre. Mesoropter ; The mea- 
surement of the field of accommoda- 
tion. 

M^soseme. Mesoseme. 

Mesosperme. Mesosperm. 

Mesosquelette. Mesoskeleton. 

Mesostemum, Mesosteruum. 



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M^sotendon. Fold in the sheath of a 

tendon. 

M^sothenar. Mesothenar ; Adductor 
pollicis (hand). 

M^sothermal. Mesothermal. 

Mesothoracique. Mesothoracic. 

Mesothorax. Mesothorax. 

Mesotympanique. Mesotympanic. 

Mesoventricule. The gastro - hepatic 
omentum. 

M^soxalique. Mesoxalic. 

Mesozoaire. Mesozoim. 

Messenna. Moussena. 

Metabolelogie. Study of the changes 
that take place in the course of a 
malad)'. 

Metabolique. Metabolic. 

Metabolisme. Metabolism ; Metaboly, 
-le, or -lia. 

Metacarpe. Metacarpus. 

Metacarpien, -ienne. Metacarpal. 

Metacarpo-phalanginien, -ienne. The 
Adductor pollicis (hand), «.; Pertain- 
ing to it, culj. 

M^tacentre. Metacentre. 

Metacetamide. Propionamid. 

Metacetamine. Propylamin. 

Metacetique ; Metacetonique. Pro- 
pionic. 

Mitachloral. Metachloral. [tasis. 

M^tachorese. Metachoresis ; Metas- 

Metachromatisme. INIetachromatism. 

Metacondyle. Metacondyle. 

Metacroleine. Metacrolein. 

Metafacial, -ale. Metafacial. 

Metagenese. Metagenesis. 

Metaglobuline. Metaglobulin. 

Metaglycerine. Metaglycerin. 

Metal. Metal. 

M^talbumine. Metalbumin. 

M^taldehyde. Metaldehyd. 

Metalepsie. Metalepsy ; Chemical sub- 
stitution. 

Metallifere. Metalliferous, 

Metallique. Metallic. 

Metallisation. Metallization, or -sa- 
tion ; Extraction of a metal from its 
oxides, etc. 

M^tallodynie. Metallodynia. 

Metallographie. Metallography. 

Metalloide. Metalloid. 

Metallophagie. Metallophagia, or -gy. 

M^talloscopie. Metalloscopy. 

M^talloth^rapie. Metallotherapy. 

M^tallurgie. Metallurgy. 

M^tamere. Metameric. 

Mdtamerie. The condition of a meta- 
meric body. 

M^tam^rique. Metameric. 



M^tamorphopsie. Metamorphopsia. 

Metamorphosant, -ante. Metamorphos- 
ing. 

Metamorphose. Metamorphosis ; Me- 
taphysis. 

Metanotum. Metanotum. 

Metapedieux. Metatarsal. 

Metapedium. Metapedium ; Meta- 
tarsus. 

Metapeptone. Metapeptone. 

Metaphlogose. Metaphlogosis ; Acute 
intianimation. 

Metaphysique, adj. Metaphysical, orf/. 

Metaphysique, s. Metaphysics, s.pl. 

Metaplastique. Metaplastic. 

Metapode. Metapodium (Biology). 

Metapodium. JV^tapedium ; Meta- 
tarsus, ifflfi 

Metaporopoese.iSne change in diseased 
pores when they return to their 
natural state. 

Metapteiygien, -ienne. Metapterygoid. 

Metapterygium. Metapterygium. 

Metaptose. Metaptosis. 

Metaschematisme. Metaschematism. 

Metastase. Metastasis. 

Metastatique. Metastatic. 

Metastemum. Metasternum. 

Metastome. Metastoma, s. ; Metasto- 
mous, adj. 

Metasyncrise. Metasyncrisia ; Recon- 
stitution ; Recomposition. 

Metasyncritique. Metasyncritic. 

Metatarse. Metatarsus. 

Metatarsien, -ienne. Metatarsal. 

Metatarso-phalangien, -ienne. Meta- 
tarso -phalangeal . 

Metatarso-phalangien du petit orteil ; 
Metatarso-sous-phalangien. Flexor 
brevis minimi digiti (foot). 

Metatarso-sous-phalangien du pre- 
mier orteil. The Abductor pollicis 
(foot). 

Metatarso-phalangiens lat^raux. The 
Interossei muscles (foot), 

Metathese. Metathesis. 

Metatrophie. Metatrophia, or -phy. 

Metazoaire. Metazoiin. 

Meteil. Meslin. 

Meteore. Meteor. 

Meteorique. Meteoric. 

Meteorisation. Meteorization, or -aa- 
tion. 

Meteorisme. Meteorism, or -smus, 

Meteorologie. Meteorology. 

Meteorologique. Meteorologic. 

Methal. Methal. 

Methone. Marsh -gas. 

Methemerine. Quotidian fever. 



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M^themoglobine. Methemoglobin. 

Methode. Method. 

Methodique. Methodical ; Systematical. 

Methodisme. Methodism. 

Methodiste. Methodist. 

Methodologie. Methodology. 

Methol. Methol. 

Methomanie. Methomania ; Dipso- 
mania. 

Methylal. Methylal. 

Methylamine. Methylamin. 

Methylaniline. Methyl-anilin. 

Methylate. Methylate. 

Methyle. Methyl. 

Methylene. Methylene, 

MethylglycocoUe. Methyl -glycocoU ; 
Sarcosin. 

Methylique. Methylic. 

Methysticine. Methysticin. 

Metis, -isse. Mongrel ; Half-bred. 

Metissage. The breeding of mongrels. 

Metopage. Metopagus. 

Metoposcopie. Metoposcopy. 

Metopique. Metopic ; Frontal, 

Metralgie. Metralgia. 

Metratome. Metratome, 

Metrectomie. Metrectomy, 

M^tremphraxis. Metremphraxis. 

Metrenchyte. Uterine syringe. 

M^trhemoixholdes. Metremorrhoids. 

Metriopathie. A moderate condition 
of the passions. 

Metrite. Metritis. 

Metrocampsie. Metrocampsis, 

Metrocele. Metrocele. 

Metrocelide. Naevus maternus ; 
Mother's mark, 

M^trod3mamometre, Metrodynamo- 
meter. 

Metrodynie. Metrodynia. 

Metrologie. Metrology ; Study of the 
metrical system or of measures. 

Metroloxie. Metroloxia. 

Metrolymphangite. Metro-lymphangi- 
tis. 

Metromanie. Metromania ; Nympho- 
mania. 

Metronome. Metronome (music). 

Metropathie, Metropathy. 

Metroperitonite. Metroperitonitis. 

Metrophlebite. Metrophlebitis. 

Metrophore. Metrophore. 

M^tropolype. Metropolypus. 

Metroptose, Metroptosis ; Metroprop- 
tosis. 

Metrorrhagie. Metrorrhagia. 

Metrorrhee. Metrorrhea, or -oea, 

Metrorrhexie. Metrorrhexis, 

Metroscope. Metroscope. 



M^trotomie, Metrotomy ; Hystero- 
tomy, 

Meule. (1) Grindstone; (2) Stack (of 
hay) ; (3) Burr (deer's head), 

Meuliere, s.f. et adj. /. Molar, adj. ; 
A molar tooth, s. 

Meurtre. Murder, 

Meurtrissure. Bruise ; Contusion. 

Mezereon. Mezereon, or -reum, 

Miasmatique, Miasmatic ; Miasmal. 

Miasme, Miasm ; Miasma, 

Miasmifuge, Miasmifuge, 

Mica. Mica, 

Micac^, -4e. Micaceous. 

Michelle. Michelia. 

Micracoustique. Micracoustic. 

Micro-anatomie. Micranatomy ; Histo- 
logy ; Micro-anatomy. 

Microbact^rie. Microbacterium, 

Microbe. Microbe. 

Microbie. Microbial, adj. ; Study of 
microbes, s. ; Microbiology. 

Microbien, -ienne. Microbian, 

Microbiologie. Microbiology, 

Microbique. Microbie 

Microcalorie. The quantity of heat 
necessary to raise one milligramme 
of water from 1° to 100° (C). 

Microcaulie. Microcaulia. 

Microcephale. Microcephal, s. ; Micro- 
cephalous, adj. 

Microcephalia. Microcephalia, -ly, or 
-lism. 

Microcephalique. Microcephalic, 

Microchimie. Micro-chemistry, 

Microchimique. Micro-chemical. 

Microchire, Having small hands. 

Microcoque ; Micrococcos, ou -coccus. 
Micrococcus. 

Microcosme, Microcosm. 

Microcyste. Mycrocyst, 

Microcyte. Microcyte. 

Microcythemie. Microcythemia, 

Microdactyle. Microdactylous, 

Microdactylie. Microdactylia. 

Microgastre. Having a small stomach. 

Microgerme. Microgerm, 

Microglosse. Microglossal. 

Microglossie. Microglossia. 

Microgonidie. Microgonidium. 

Micrographe. Micrograph. 

Micrographie. Micrography, 

Microkyste. Microcyst. 

Microlithe. Microlith. 

Micrologue. Micrograph. 

Micromele. Micromelus, 

Micromelie, Micromelia. 

Micromere. Micromere ; Anatomical 
element (Verneuil). 

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Microm^rologie. Micromerology (Ver- 

neuil). 
Micrometre. Micrometer. 
Micrometrie. Micrometry. 
Microm^trique. Micrometrie. 
Micromillimetre. Micromillimeter ; 

Micron. 
Micron. Micron ; -^-ghs-s "f an inch (fi)- 
Microphone. Microphone. 
Microphonic. Microphonia. 
Microphthalme. Microphthalmos. 
Microphthalmie. Microphthalmia. 
Microphthire. A very small parasite. 
Microphjrte. Microphyte. 
Microphj^ique. Microphytic. 
Microps. Having small eyes. 
Micropsia. Micropsia. 
Micropylaire. Pertaining to the micro- 

pyle. 
Micropyle. Micropyle. 
Microrchide. Microorchid ; Having 

sajall testicles. 
Microrchidie. The condition of having 

small testicles ; Microorchidia. 
Microrganisme. Microorganism. 
Microscope. Microscope. 
Microscopie. Microscopy. 
Microscopique. Microscopic. 
Microscopiste. Microscopist. 
Microsomate. Microsoma, si)ig. ; Micro- 

soHiata, pi. 
Microsomatie. Microsomatia ; Micro- 
somia. 
Microsomie. Microsomia. 
Microspectroscope. Microspectroscope. 
Microspore. Microspore. 
Microsporidie. Microsporidia. 
Microsporon ; Microsporum. Micro- 

sporon. 
Microstome. Microstomatous, 
Microstomia. Microstoma. 
Microtome. Microtome. 
Microzoaire. Microzoon. 
Microzoospore. Microzoospore. 
Microzjnna, Microzyme (Bechamp). 
Miction. Miction, 
Micturition. Micturition. 
Midi. Noon ; Mid-day. 
Mial. Honey ; Mel. 
Miel rosat. Mel rosae. 
Miellat ; Miell^e. Honey-dew. 
Mialle, -^e. Honeyed ; Containing 

honey ; Having the consistence of 

honey. 
Miall^e ; Miellat. Honey-dew. 
Migraine. Migraine ; Megrim. 
Migration. Migration. 
Mil. Millet. 
Mildew ; Mildiou. Vine mildew. 



Miliaire, adj. Miliary. 

Miliaire, s. Miliaria ; Miliary fever. 

Milieu. Medium ; Middle ; Centre. 

Milium. See Millet. 

Mille-feuille. Milfoil. 

Mille-pertius. St. John's- wort. 

Mille-pieds. Myriapod. 

Millet. (1) Millet ; (2) Milium ; (3) 

Thrush. 
Milliac^, -ee. Resembling milium. 
Milphose. Milphosis. 
Mimdtisme. Mimetism. 
Mimeuse. Mimosa. 
Mimeux, -euse. That contracts when 

touched. 
Mimicisme. Mimicism. 
Mimique. Mimic ; Mimical, a/ij. ; 

Mimicry, s. 
Mimosa. Mimosa. 
Mimos^, -ee. Pertaining to mimosa. 
Mimotannique. Mimotannic. 
Mine. Mine ; Ore, 
Mine. Mien ; Appearance ,• Look ; 

Aspect. 
Mineral. Ore. 
Mineral, -ale, s.m. et adj. Mineral, adj. 

and .■;. 
Mineralifere. That gives mineral. 
Mineralisable. That is capable of being 

combined with a mineral or of taking 

on the character of a mineral. 
Mineralisateur, s. Mineralizer. 
Mineralisateur, -trice. Mineralizing. 
Mineralisation. Mineralization, or -sa- 

tion. 
Min6raliB^, -ee. Mineralized, or -sed. 
Min^ralit^. The quality of a water 

that contains mineral salts. 
Min^ralogie. Mineralogy. 
Mineralogique. Mineralogic. 
Mineralogiste. Mineralogist. 
Minerve. An orthopaedic apparatus to 

straighten the neck. 
Miniere, Earth, sand, or stone in which 

metal or mineral is found. 
Minimum. Minimum. 
Ministrant, -ante. Said of elementary 

surgery. 
Minium. Minium ; Red oxide of lead. 
Minoratif, -ive. Minorative ; Purging 

without colic. 
Minoration. Minoration ; Gentle pur- 
gation. 
Minuit. Midnight. 
Minutio monachi. Minutio monachi ; 

Old method of reducing sexual desire 

by venesection, etc. 
Miost^mone. Miostemonous. 
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Miracle chimique. Old term for the 
sudden combination by which con- 
centrated sulphuric acid poured on a 
concentrated solution of chloride of 
calcium forms a solid mass of sulphate 
of lime. 

Mirage. Mirage. 

Mirbane. Oil of Mirbane ; Nitroben- 
zene. 

Mire. An old term for Physician or 
Surgeon. 

Miroir. Mirror. 

Miroitant, -ante. Reflecting like a 
mirror. 

Misanthropie. Misanthropy. 

Miscibilit^. Miscibility. 

Miscible. Miscible. 

Misere. Misery ; Distress ; Want. 

Miserer^. Miserere mei ; Old name for 
ileus. 

Misogyule. Misogyny. 

Misoneisme. Misoneism. 

Mite. Mite. 

Mithridate. Mithridate ; Mithradate ; 
Electuary of opium, etc. 

Mithridatisme. Mithridatism ; Mithra- 
datism. 

Mitier, -iere. Pertaining to mites. 

Mitigation. Mitigation. 

Mitigeant, -ante. Mitigating. 

Mitochysis. Mitochysis. 

Mitose. Mitosis. 

Mitoyen, -enne. Middle ; Intermedi- 
ate ; Applied to the incisive teeth. 

Mitral, -ale. Mitral. 

Mitre d'Hippocrate. MitraHippocratis ; 
Capeline bandage. 

Mitte. A com mon name for emanations 
from cesspools and the conjunctival 
inflammation they produce. 

Mixte. Mixed. 

Mixtion. Mixtion ; Mixing. 

Mixture. Mixture ; Mixtura. 

Mnemonique, s.sing. Mnemonics, pi. 

Mnemotechnie. Mnemotechny ; Mne- 
monics. 

Mobile, s. Motive power. 

Mobile, adj. Mobile ; Movable. 

Mobilite. Mobility. 

Moderateur, -trice. Moderator ; That 
lessens or diminishes. 

Moderateur, Nerf.- The Pneumogastric 
nerve. 

Modificateur, -trice. Modifying. 

Modiole. Modiolus. 

Module. Modulus. 

Moelle. Marrow ; Medulla. 

Moelle allongee. Medulla oblongata. 

Moelle epiniere. Spinal cord. 



Mof^tis^, -^e. Mephitic ; That cannot 
be breathed. 

Mofette ; Moufette. Any poisonous 
gas ; Firedamp. 

Mogigraphie. Mogigraphia. 

Mogilalisme. Mogilalism ; Mogilalia. 

Mogostocie. Mogostocia. 

Moignon. Stump (of an amputation). 

Moignon oculaire. Stump of the eye- 
ball. 

Mois. The Menses (literally month). 

Moisi, -ie. Mouldy ; Musty. 

Moisissure. Mouldiness ; Mustiness ; 
Mucor. 

Moiteur. Moisture (specially applied to 
the sweat). 

Molaire ; Meuliere. Molar. 

Molariforme. Molariform. 

Mole. Mole. 

Moleculaire. Molecular. 

Molecule. Molecule. 

Molette. (1 ) A polished and hard stone 
employed to pound medicinal sub- 
stances ; (2) A raspatory ; (3) Wind- 
gall (Vet.). 

Molimen. Molimen. 

MoUet. Calf of the leg. 

MoUuscum. Molluscum. 

MoUusque. Mollusc ; MoUusk, ». ; 
Molluscous, adj. 

Molybdene. Molybdenum. 

Molybdique. Molybdic ; sometimes 
used instead of Saturnine. 

Molybdocolique. Lead colic. 

Moment. Momentum. 

Momie. Mummy. 

Momification. Mummification. 

Momordicine. Momordicin ; Elaterin. 

Monade. Monad. 

Monadelphe. Monadelphous. 

Monadelphie. Monadelphia. 

Monadieu, -ienne. Monadina, s. ; 
Monadine, adj. 

Monadiforme. Monadiform. 

Monandre. Monandrous. 

Monandrie. Monandria. 

Monandrique. Monandrous. 

Monanthere. Monantherous. 

Monarde. Monarda. 

Monas. Monas. 

Mondation. The act of cleansing or of 
deC'irtication. 

Monde, -ee. Cleansed. 

Monder. To cleanse. 

Mondificatif, -ive. Cleansing, adj.; 
Detersive ; Detergent. 

Mondification. Cleansing, s. ; Deter- 
sion. 

Monere. Moneron ; Moner ; Monera. 
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Mon^rien, -ienne. Pertaining to a 

inoner or monera. 
Mon^sia. Monesia. 
Mon^sine. Monesin. 
Mongol, -ole ; Mougololde. Mongolian. 
Moniliforme. Moniliform. 
Monoatomique. Monoatomic. 
Monobase ; Monobasique. Monobasic. 
Monoblepsie. Monoblepsia, or -sis. 
Monobromure. Monobromide ; A mono- 
bromated compound. 
Monocarpe, ou -carpien, -ienne. Mono- 

carpous. 
Monoc6phale. Monocephaloas {adj), 

-lus (*■). 
Monocephalie. Monocephalia, or -ly. 
Monocephalien, -ienne. Monocepha- 

lous. 
Monocephalocyste. Cysticercus. 
Monochromatique. Monochromatic. 
Monocle. (1) Monocle; (2) Bandage 

covering one eye. 
Monocline. Monoclinous. 
Monococcos. Monococcus. 
Monocorde Sonometer. 
Monocotyle ;Monocotyl6done, ou -done, 

-ee. Monocotyledonous. 
Monocrane. Monocranua. 
Monoculaire. Monocular ; Uniocular. 
Monodactyle. Monodactylous. 
Monodelphe ; Monodelphien, -ienne. 

Monodelph, or -phon. 
Monodermique. Monodermic. 
Monodonte. Monodont. 
Monogame. Monogamous. 
Monogamie. Monogamy. 
Monogamique. Monogamous. 
Monogastrique. Monogastric. 
Monogene, -ee. Monogeneous ; Mono- 

genous. 
Monogenese ; Monog^nie. Monogenesis. 
Monog^nisme. Monogenism. 
Monographie. Monograph. 
Monogyne. Monogynous. 
Monogynie. Monogyny. 
Monogynique. Monogynous. 
Mono-h^mipl^gie. Mono-hemiplegia. 
Monohyle. Made from one mass, from 

one substance. 
Mono-hypogjnae. Mono-hypogynous. 
Mono-hypogjmie. Mono-hypogyny. 
Monoique. Monoicous ; Monecious, 
Monoleine. Monoleia. [maniac. 

Monomane ; Monomaniaque. Mono- 
Monomanie. Monomania. 
Monomere. Monomerous. 
Monomorphe. Monomorphous. 
Monomphalien, -ienne. Monompha- 

lous, adj. ; Monomphalus, s. 



Monomyaire. Monomyous. 

Monongul^, -^e. (1) Monodactylous ; 
(2) Solipedous. 

Monopede. Symelous, adj. ; Symelus, s. 

Monop^gie. Monopegia ; Monopagia. 

Monopetale. Monopetalous. 

Monophage. Monophagous. 

Monophagie. Monophagia. 

Monophthalme. Monophthalmous. 

Monophthalmie. Monophthalmia. 

Monophylle. Monophyllous. 

Monopode. Monopous ; Symelous, adj. ; 
Monopus ; Symelus, s. 

Monopodie. Monopodia. 

Monopse. Monops ; Cyclops. 

Monopsie. Monopsia ; Monophthalmia. 

Monorchide. Monorchid, or -chis. 

Monorchidie. The state of being monor- 
chid. 

Monositie. Monositia. 

Monosomien, -ienne. Monosomous, 
(adj), -mus (.s). 

Monosperme, ou -mique. Monosperm (s), 
-mous (adj). 

Monospondylie. The monospondylic 
condition. 

Monospondylique. Monospondylic. 

Monostachye, -6e. Monostachous. 

Monostigmate, -^e. Monostigmatous. 

Monostome. Monostomatous. 

Monostyle. Monostylous. 

Monothalame. Monothalamous. 

Monotjrpe. Monotype. 

Monovalent, -ente. Monovalent ; Uni- 
valent. 

Monovarien, -ienne. Monovarian. 

Monozolque. Monozoic. 

Monstre. Monster. 

Monstruosite. Monstrosity. 

Mont de V^nus, Mons veneris. 

Montague. Mountain. 

Monticule. Monticulus cerebelli. 

Montoir. The left side of the horse ; 
The side from which it is mounted. 

Mophete ; Mophette. See Mofette. 

Morailles. Twitch ; Horse-twitchers 
(Vet.). 

Moral, s. Mind ; Mental faculties. 

Moral, -le, adj. Moral. 

Morale. Morals ; Moral philosophy ; 
Ethics. 

Morbeux ; Morbide ; Morbidique. 
Morbid. 

Morbidity. Morbidity. 

Morbifique. Morbific. 

Morbigene. Morbigenous ; Morbi- 
ferous. 

Morbilleux, -euse. Morbillous ; Per- 
taining to measles. 



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Morbilliforme. Morbilliform ; Resem- 
bling measles. 

Morceau du diable, ou frang^. Mor- 
sus diaboli ; The fimbriated extremity 
of the Fallopian tube. 

Morcellemeut. Morcellement ; Re- 
ducing to pieces (foetus, tumours). 

Mordanc^, -ee. That has been subjected 
to the action of a mordant. 

Mordant. Mordant. 

Mordehi. Gastro-intestinal embarrass- 
ment (East Indies). 

Mordicant, -ante. Mordicant ; Morda- 
cious. 

Mordication. Mordication. 

Mord, -ee. Pertaining to the mulberry- 
tree. 

Morelle. Nightshade (Botany). 

Morfondure. (1) Morfoundering (Vet.) ; 
(2) A running from the nose without 
catarrh. 

Morgagnien, -ienne. Pertaining to 
Morgagni. 

Morgue. Morgue ; Mortuary. 

Moriforme ; Miiriforme. Moriform. 

Morille. Moril. 

Morindine. Morindin. 

Morindone. Morindon. [plasty. 

Morloplastie. Morioplasty ; Auto- 

Morique. Moric. 

Morosite. Moroseness ; Hypochondria- 
sis ; Melancholy. 

Morph^e. Morphea ; Morphoea. 

Morph^omane. Morpheomaniac ; Mor- 
phiomaniac ; Morphinomaniac. 

Morpheomanie. Morpheo-, Morphio-, 
or Morphinomania. 

Morphetiue. Morphetin. 

Morphine. Morphia ; Morphina ; Mor- 
phine ; Morphin. 

Morphin^, -ee. (1) Containing mor- 
phia ; (2) AfiEected with morphinism. 

Morphinique. (1) Pertaining to mor- 
phia or to its compounds ; (2) Affected 
with morphinism. 

Morphinisation. Morphinization, or 
-sation. 

Morphinisme ; Morphinitisme. Mor- 
phinism. 

Morphinomanie. Morphinomania ; 
Morpheo-, or Morphiomania. 

Morphogenie. Morphogeny ; Morpho- 
genesis. 

Morphographie. Morphography. 

Morphologie. Morphology. 

Morphologique. Morphologic. 

Morphoplastie. The apparition and 
development of parts with their 
formation. 



Morphoplastique. Pertaining to the 
apparition, etc. See Morphoplastie. 

Morphoscopie. Morphology. 

Morphose. Morphosis. 

Morpion. Crab-louse ; Pediculus pubis. 

Morrhuol. Morrhuol. 

Morsicant, -ante. Causing a biting, 
pricking sensation. 

Morsure. Bite ; Morsus. 

Morsure du diable. Morsus diaboli. 

Mort, s. Death. 

Mort aux mouches. Arsenic. 

Mort aux rats. Arsenious acid. 

Mort au chien. Colchicum. 

Mort au loup. Aconite. 

Mort aux poules. Hyoscyamus. 

Mort, -te, adj. Dead ; Lifeless. 

Mortaise peroneo-tibiale, tibio-peron- 
iere, ou tibio-tarsienne. The space 
or cavity that receives the superior 
articular surface of the astragalus. 

Mortalite. Mortality. 

Mort-chien. Colchicum. 

Mortier. Mortar. 

Mortifere. Mortiferous. 

Mortification. Mortification ; Gan- 
grene. 

Morti-natalite. The proportion of still- 
born children to births during a 
given period. 

Mort-n6, -nee. Still-born. 

Mortuaire. Mortuary. 

Morue. Codfish. 

Morula. Morula. 

Morulaire. Pertaining to a morula ; 
Moruloid. 

Morve. Glanders ; Morve ; Equinia 
(Vet. ) ; The mucous discharge from 
the nose. 

Morveux, -euse. Affected with glanders. 

Moschatine. Moschatin. 

Moschifere. Moschiferous. 

Moscouade. Moscovado ; Unrefined 
sugar. 

Moteur, -trice. Motor ; Mover, v. ; 
Motive ; Motor, adj. 

Moteur oculaire commim. The third 
cranial nerve ; Motor oculi. 

Moteur oculaire exteme. The sixth 
cranial nerve ; Abducens. 

Motif, .s. Motive ; Incentive. 

Motif, -ive, adj. Motive ; That causes 
movement. 

Motile. Motile. 

Motility. Motility. 

Motricit^. Motricity. 

Mou, moUe. Soft ; Feeble ; Inactive ; 

Sluggish. 
Moucenna. Moussena. 



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Moucezmine. Mousseniu. 

Mouceron; Mousserou. Mushroom. 

Mouche. Fly ; Musca. 

Mouches volantes. Muscse volitantes. 

Moucheron. Gnat. 

Mouchet^, -ee. Spotted ; Flea-bitten 
(horse) ; Said of a foil when it has a 
button on the point. 

Moucheture. Superficial scarification. 

Mouchoir. Handkerchief. 

Mouette. Gull, 

Mouffette ; Moufette. See Mofette. 

Moufle, s.f. Tackle ; Tackle-block ; A 
system of pulleys. 

Moufle, .s'.m. Muffle (Chemistry). 

Moule, s.m. Mould ; Matrix ; Cast. 

Moule, s.f. Mussel. 

Mouron. Chickweed. 

Mourroy rouge. Splenic apoplexy ; 
Splenorrhagia (Vet.). 

Mousse. Moss. 

Mousseliue ph^niqude. A light carbolic 
gauze. 

Mouss^na. Moussena. 

Mousseron ; Mouceron. Mushroom. 

Moustlque. Musquito ; Mosquito. 

Mout. Must. 

Moutarde. Mustard. 

Mouton. Sheep ; Mutton. 

Moutonne. Like a sheep ; Fleecy. 

Mouture. Grinding (corn, etc.). 

Mouvement. Movement ; Motion. 

Mouvement de decomposition. The 
phenomenon by which a constituent 
of an anatomical element is separated 
from it ; The contrary to assimila- 
tion. 

Moxa. Moxa. 

Moxibustion. Moxibustion. 

Moyen. Means ; Way ; Expedient ; 
Medium. 

Moyen, -enne. Middle ; Mean, adj. 

Moyenne. Average ; Mean, s. ; 
Medium. 

Mozenna. Moussena. 

Mucamide. Mucamid. 

Mucate. Mucate. 

Muc^dine ; Mucine. Mucedin. 

Mucedo. Mucedo. 

Muciforme. Muciform ; Mucoid. 

Mucilage. Mucilage; Mucilago. 

Mucilagineux, -euse. Mucilaginous. 

Mucine. Mucin. 

Mucipare. Muciparous. 

Mucique. Mucic. 

Mucobromique. Mucobromic. 

Mucocele. Mucocele. 

Mucochloric. Mucochloric. 

Mucoderme. Mucoderm. 



Muco-glycose. Mucoso-saccharin. 

Mucolite. Mucilage. 

Muconique. Muconic. 

Muco-pxirulent, -ente. Muco-purulent. 

Muco-pus. Muco-pus. 

Mucor. Mucor (genus of fungi). 

Mucorine, -ee. Belonging to the mucor 
(genus of fungi). 

Mucosine. Mucosin (De Blainville). 

Mucosit6. Mucus ; Mucosity. 

Mucoso-purulent, -ente. Muco-puru- 
lent. 

Muco- ou Mucoso-sucre. Mucoso-sac- 
charin. 

Mucron. Mucro. 

Mucrone, -ee. Mucronate. 

Mucronule. Mucronule. 

Mucronule, -^e. Having mucronules. 

Mucuna. Mucuna. 

Mucuua pruriens. Mucuna pruriens ; 
Cowhage. 

Mucus. Mucus. 

Mudar. Mudar. 

Mudarine. Mudarin. 

Mue. (1) Moulting; (2) Anatomical 
and physiological modifications that 
take place at puberty. 

Mue de la voix. The break in the voice 
at puberty. 

Muet, -ette. Mute ; Dumb. 

Mufle. Muzzle (of animals). 

Muguet. ( 1 ) Thrush ; Parasitic stoma- 
titis ; Muguet ; (2) Lily of the 
valley. 

Mulatre. Mulatto. 

Mule. Mule (female). 

Mules. Kibes (Vet.). 

Mulet. (1) Mule (male) ; (2) Mullet. 

Mulette. Fresh-water mussel. 

MuUette. (1) Gizzard of birds; (2) 
The Abomasum. 

Mulsion. Milking of animals. 

Multicapsulaire. Multicapsular. 

Multicellulaire. Multicellular. 

Multicuspid^, -6e. Multicuspid, or 
-idate. 

Multidigitaire, ou -digits, -^e. Multi- 
digitate. 

Multifide. Multifid. 

Multiflore. Multiflorous. 

Multiforme. Multiform. 

Multiloba, -^e. Multilobate. 

Multiloculaire. Multilocular. 

Multinerv^, -ee. Multinervate. 

Multinucl64, -66e. Multinuclear. 

Multiovul^, -6e. Multiovulate. 

Multipare. Multiparous. 

Multipart!, -ie. Multipartite, 

Multipede. Multipede. 



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Multip^tale, -^e. Multipetalous. 

Multiple. Multiple. 

Multiplicateur, -trice. Producing mul- 
tiplication, adj.; Multiplicator, Mul- 
tiplier, .s. 

Multiplication. Multiplication. 

Multipli^, -ee. Multiplied. 

Multipolaire. Multipolar. 

Multis^ri^, -6e. Disposed in several 
series. 

Multivalve. Having several valves. 

Munjeeth. Munjeet ; Mungeet. 

Munjistine. Munjistin. 

Muqueuse, s.f. Mucous membrane. 

Muqueux, s.m. Mucus ; Mucilage. 

Muqueux, -euse, adj. Mucous. 

Mur gingival. The epithelial thicken- 
ing of the embryonic gum from 
which the dental follicles originate. 

Mur, -re. Ripe ; Mature. 

Mural, -ale. Like a mulberry ; Mul- 
berry, as an adj. (oxalate of lime 
calculus). 

Mure. Mulberry. 

Murexane. Murexan. 

Murexide. Murexid. 

Murexolne. Murexoin. 

Muriate. Muriate. 

Muriatique. Muriatic. 

Muride. Bromine. 

Miirier. Mulberry-tree. 

Murifonne. Resembling a mulberry. 

Muriforme. Shaped like a rat. 

Murin, -ine. Pertaining to rats. 

Muriqu^, -4e. Muricate. 

Murmure. Murmur. 

Murraye. Murraya. 

Murrayetine. Murrayetin. 

Murrayine. Murrayin. 

Musa. Musa. 

Muse. Musk. 

Muscade. Nutmeg. 

Muscardine. Muscardine ; Muskardine. 

Muscardinique. Pertaining to mus- 
cardine. 

Muscarine. Muscarin. 

Muscide. Pertaining to flies. 

Musciforme. Resembling moss. 

Muscine, -ee. Pertaining to moss. 

Muscivore. That eats flies. 

Muscle. Muscle. 

Muscle apondvrotique. The Tensor 
vaginae femoris. 

Muscle de Treitz. Muscular fasciculus 
given off from the inner border of 
the left crus of the diaphragm and 
terminating in the muscular coat of 
the third portion of the duodenum, 
^Muscles fessiers. Glutei muscles. 



Musculaire. Muscular. 

Muscularite. Muscularity. 

Musculation. Musculation. 

Musculature. Musculature. 

Musculeux, -euse. Musculous. 

Musculine. Musculin. 

Musculo - cutan^, -ee. Musculo - cu- 
taneous. 

Musculo-dermique. Musculo-dermic. 

Musculo-elastique. Musculo-elastic. 

Musculo - intestinal, -ale. Musculo - 
intestinal. 

Musculo - membraneux, -euse. Mus- 
culo-menabranous. 

Musculo-phrenique. Musculo-phrenic. 

Museau. Muzzle of an animal ; Snout. 

Musena. Moussena. 

Museniue. Musenin ; Moussenin. 

Musical, -ale. Musical. 

Musif, -ive ; Mussif, -ive. Mosaic. 

Mussena. Moussena. 

Mussitant, -ante. Noisy ; Growling ; 
Humming ; Murmuring. 

Mussitation. Mussitation. 

Mutability. Mutability. 

Mutage. The arrest of fermentation by 
smoking with sulphur, etc. 

Mutenna. Moussena. 

Muteose. The whole of mute actions 
(gesture and facial expression). 

Mutuant, -ante. Mutilating. 

Mutilation. Mutilation. 

Mutique. Muticous. 

Mutisme. Mutism ; Mutitas ; Dumb- 
ness. 

Mutite. Dumbness ; Mutism ; Mutitas. 

Muzette. Anthrax ; Charbon. 

Myagra ; Myagrum. Camelina. 

Myalgie. Myalgia. 

Myce. A fungous excrescence. 

Mycelial, -ale ; Myc^lien, -ienne. 
Mycelial. 

Myc^liolde. Resembling mycelium. 

Mycelium. Mycelium. 

Mycetide. The mucilaginous substance 
of fungi. 

Myc^tobie. Living in fungi. 

Myc6toide. Mycetoid. 

Mycetologie. Mycetology. 

Myc^tome. Mycetoma. 

Myc^tophage ; Mycetophile. Myceto- 
phagous. 

Myc^tozoaire. Mycetozoon. 

Mycoamibe. Micoamceba. 

Mycoderme. Mycoderma. 

Mycodermique. Pertaining to the 
genus Mycoderma. 

Mycologie. Mycology ; Mycetology. 

Mycomjrringite. Mycomyringitis. 



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Mycose. (1) Mycose ; (2) Mycosis. 

Mycosis. Mycosis. 

Mydese. Mydesis. 

Mydriase. Mydriasis. 

Mydriatique. Mydriatic. 

My^laire. Having a spinal cord. 

My^lat^lie. Myelatelia. 

My^laxe. Myelaxis ; Neuraxis. 

My^lenc^phale. Myelencephal ; Myel- 
encephalon. 

Myeline. Myelin. 

My^linique. Myelinic. 

My^Iique. Myelic. 

My^lite. Myelitis. 

My^locone. Cerebrin. 

Myelocyte. Myelocyte. 

My^lo - encephalopathie. A simul- 
taneous lesion of the brain and of 
the spinal cord existing in progressive 
general paralysis, etc. 

My^logene. Myelogenic, or -nous. 

Myelolde. Myeloid. 

Myeloldine. Myeloidin. 

My^lokystique. Myelocystic. 

My^lomalacie. Myelomalacia. 

My^lomargarine. Myelomargarin. 

My^lome. Myeloma. 

My^lom^ningite. Myelomeningitis. 

My^loneure, -6e. Having a spinal cord 
and nerves. 

Myelopathie. Myelopathy. 

My^loplaxe. Myeloplax. 

My^loplaxome. Myeloplaxoma. 

My^losarcome. Myelosarcoma ; Osteo- 
sarcoma. 

My^loscl^rose. Myelosclerosis. 

Myentere. The muscular coat of the 
intestine ; Myentery. 

Myent^rique. Myenteric. 

Myiase ; Myiasis. Myiasis ; Myiosis. 

Myioc^phale. Myiocephalon. 

Myiodaire. Resembling a fly. 

Myiodopsie. Myiodeopsia. 

Myioptere. Myiopterous. 

Myitis. Myitis. 

Mylabre. Mylabris. 

Mylac^phale. Mylacephalus, 

Myl^en, -6enne. Mylic ; Pertaining to 
the molar teeth. 

Mylien, -ienne. Myloid ; Mylic. 

Mylo-glosse. Myloglossal, adj.; Mylo- 
glossus, .s. 

Mylo - hyoidien. Mylohyoid ; Mylo- 
hyoidean, adj. and s. 

Mylolde ; Myloldien. Myloid, adj. ; 
The mylo - hyoidean line (inferior 
maxilla), s. 

Mylo-pharyngien, -ienne. Mylo-pha- 
ryngeal, adj. ; Mylogloasus, s. 



Mylosarque. Mole. 

Myoblaste. Myoblast. 

Myocarde. Myocardium. 

Myocardiaque, ou -dique. Pertaining 
to the myocardium or to myocar- 
ditis. 

Myocardite. Myocarditis. 

Myocele. Myocele. 

Myochronoscope. Myochronoscope. 

Myoccelite. Myocelitis, or -coelitis. 

Myoctone. Myoctonin. 

Myod^mie. Myodemia. 

Myodesopsie ; Myiodopsie. Myode- 
sopsia ; Myodopsia ; Myiodesopsia. 

Myodiastasis. Myodiastasis. 

Myodynamie. Myodynamia. 

Myodjmamique. Myodynamie, adj. ; 
Myodynamics, s.'pl. 

Myodynie. Myodynia. 

Myoedeme. Myedema ; Myoidema. 

Myog^nie. Myogenesis. 

Myog^nique. Myogenic. 

Myognathe. Myognathus. 

Myographe. Myograph. 

Myographie. Myography. 

Myoiide. Myoid. 

Myolemmatique. Myolemmatic. 

Myolemme. Myolemma. 

Myologie. Myology. 

Myomalacie. Myomalacia. 

Myome. Myoma. 

Myomectomie. Myomectomy. 

Myom^lanose. Myomelanosis. 

Myomere. Myomere. 

Myometre. Myometer. 

Myooedeme. Myoidema ; Myedema ; 
Mytfidema. 

Myoparalysie. Myoparalysis. 

Myopathic. Myopathy. 

Myope. Myope ; Near-sighted. 

Myophone. (1) Myophone ; (2) Myoc- 
tonin. 

Myopie. Myopia ; Near-sightedness. 

Myopique. Myopic. 

Myoplastique. Myopias tic. 

Myo-presbyte. Affected with myo- 
presbytia. 

Myopsie. Myopsia. 

Myoscl^rose. Myosclerosis. 

Myoscl^rotique. Myosclerotic. 

Myose ; Myosis. Myoais. 

Myosine. Myosin. 

Myosis ; Myose. Myosis. 

Myospectroscope. Myospectroscope. 

Myotility. Myotility. 

Myotique. Myotic. 

Myotome. Myotome. 

Myotomie. Myotomy. 

Myotomique. Myotomie. 



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Myotome ; Myotonus. Myotonus, 
Myotyrbe. Myotyrbe ; Chorea. 
Myrica. Myrica. 
Myricine. Myricin. 
Mjrricique. Myricic. 
Mjrringite. Myringitis. 
Myringodectomie. Myringodectomy. 
Myriope. Having many eyes. 
Myriospennine. An essence extracted 

from balsam of Peru ; Myriospermin. 
M[3mstate. Myristate. 
M]rristica. Myristica ; Nutmeg. 
Mjrristicac^, -6e. Myristicated. 
Myristication. Myristication. 
Myristic^, -^e. Myristicated. 
Myristicine. Myristicin. 
Myristicinique, ou -cylique. Myristic. 
Myristicol. Myristicol. 
M3rristine. Myristin. 
Mjrristinique. Pertaining to myristin. 
Msnistique. Myristic. 
Mjrristone. Myristone. 
Myrmecie. Myrmecia. 
Myrm6cophile. Myrmecophilous. 
Myrobalan. Myrobalanus. 
Myrol6. A medicine that has an essence 

as excipient. 
Myronate. Myronate. 
Myronique. Myronic. 
Myxosine. Myrosin. 
Myroxyle, -Ion, ou -lum. Myroxylon. 
Myrrhe. Myrrh. 
Myrrhine. Myrrhin. 
Mjrrrhique. Myrrhic. 
Myrrhoide. Resembling myrrh. 
Myrrhol. Myrrhol. 
Mjrrtace, -^e. Pertaining to myrtle. 
ULyrte. Myrtle. 

Mjrrt^, -ee. Pertaining to myrtle. 
M3n:tiforme. Myrtiform. 
M3niiille. Myrtillus. 
Mjrrtin^, -ee. Pertaining to myrtle. 
Myrtoide. Resembling myrtle. 
Mysorine. Neutral carbonate of copper. 
Mystace. Mystax. 

Mysticisme ; Mysticit^. Mysticism. 
Mystique. Mystic, Mystical, adj. ; 

Mystic, s. 
Mytacisme. Mytacism ; Mutacism. 
Myure. Myurous. 
Myxagene. Producing mucus. 
Myxoamibe. MyxoamcRba. 
Myxoedeme. Myxoedema, or -edema. 
Mjrxogastre. Myxomycete. 
Myxoide. Myxoid. 
Myxomateux, -euse. Myxomatous. 
Mjrxome. Myxoma. 
Myxomycete. Myxomycetes. 
Myxosarcome. Myxosarcoma. 



My^opoese. The secretion of mucus. 
Myxospore. Myxospore. 
Myxosporidie. Myxosporidia. 

N. Symbol of Nitrogen. 

Na. Symbol of Sodium (Natrium). 

Nabale. Nabalus. 

Nacre. Nacre ; Mother-of-pearl. 

Nacre, -^e. Nacreous. 

Nacrier, -iere. Pertaining to nacre, 
also to the person who uses it. 

Naevus. Naevus ; Nevus. 

Nage. (1) Swimming, s. ; (2) Profuse 
perspiration. 

Nageant, -ante. Swimming, adj. 

Nageoire. Fin (of a fish). 

Nageur, -euse. Swimmer. 

Nain ; Naine. Dwarf. 

Naissance. Birth. 

Naissant, -ante. Newly-born ; Nascent. 

Nanceate. Lactate. 

Nanceique. Lactic. 

Nanisme. Nanism ; Dwarfishness. 

Nanoc^phalie. Nanocephalia, -ly, or 
-lism. 

Nanocormie. Nanocormia. 

Nanom6lie. Namomelia, 

Nanosomie. Nanosomia. 

Napace, -^e. Resembling a turnip. 

Napel. Napellus ; Aconitum napellus. 

Napelline. Napellin. 

Napha. Orange flowers ; Aurantii 
flores. 

Naphtalhydrure. Hydrate of naphtha- 
lene. 

Naphtalidam; Naphtalidine. Naphtha- 
lidin. 

Naphtaline. Naphthalene ; Naphthalin. 

Naphtalinique. Phthalique. 

Naphtam6ine. Naphtharaein. 

Naphte. Naphtha. 

Naphteine. Naphthein. 

Naphtene. Naphthene. 

Naphtesique. Phthalique. 

Naphtol. Naphtol. 

Naphtylamine. Naphthylamin ; Naph- 
thalidin. 

Naphtylcarbamide ; Naphtylur6e. 
Naphthylurea. 

Napiforme. Napiform ; Turnip-shaped. 

Narcaphte, ou -ton ; Nascaphton. 
Styrax. 

Narc^. Dulness ; Heaviness ; Drowsi- 
ness. 

Narc^ine. Narcein, 

Narcisse. Narcissus. 

Narcissi, -^e. Pertaining to narcissus. 

Narcitine ; Narcissine. Narcitin. 

Narcolepsie. Narcolepsy. 



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Narcose. Narcosis. 

Narcotico-acre. Producing narcotism, 
and at the same time purgative 
and inflammatory intestinal symp- 
toms. 

Narcotine. Narcotin. 

Narcotique. Narcotic. 

Narcotisme. Narcotism. 

Nard. Nard ; Spikenard. 

Narine. Nostril. 

Nasal, -ale. Nasal. 

Naseau. Nostril (especially of the 
horse). 

Nasillement. Speaking a little through 
the nose. 

Naso-aural. Naso-aural. 

Naso-lobaire. Naso-lobar. 

Nasonn^, -ee. Applied to a snuffling 
voice. 

Nasonnement. Speaking through the 
nose ; Snuffling. 

Naso-palatin, -ine. Naso-palatine. 

Naso-pharyngien, -ienne. Naso-pha- 
ryngeal. 

Naso-palpebral, -ale. Naso-palpebral, 
adj. ; Orbicularis palpebrarum, s. 

Naso-sourcilier, -iere. Pertaining to 
the nose and to the eyebrow, adj. ; 
The Corrugator superciKi muscle, s. 

Natalite. Natality. 

Nataloine. Nataloin. 

Natation. Swimming, s. 

Natatoire. Swimming, adj. 

Nates. (1) The buttocks ; (2) The an- 
terior pair of the corpora quadri- 
gemina. 

Natif, -ive. Native ; Natural. 

Natriiun. Natrium ; Sodium. 

Natrometre. Instrument for measuring 
the quantity of soda contained in a 
solution. 

Natron. Natron ; Native sodium car- 
bonate. 

Naturalisation. Naturalization, or 
-sation. 

Naturalisme. Naturalism ; Naturism. 

Naturaliste. Naturalist. 

Nature. Nature. 

Naturel, s. Constitution ; Temper ; 
Nature. 

Naturel, -elle, adj. Natural. 

Naturisme. Naturism ; Naturalism. 

Naturiste. A term applied to a medical 
man who only employs natural re- 
medies. 

Naucl^ine. Catechin. 

Naupathie. Naupathia ; Seasickness. 

Nauplien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
nauplius. 



Nauplius. Nauplius. 

Naus^abond, -onde. Nauseous ; Nau- 
seating ; Nauseant. 

Naus^e. Nausea. 

Naus^eux, -^euse. Nauseous ; Nau- 
seating ; Nauseant. 

Navet. Turnip. 

Navette. Rape-seed. 

Naviculaire. Navicular ; Scaphoid. 

Navicule. Navicula. 

Naviforme. Naviform ; Scaphoid. 

Navigation. Navigation, 

N^arthrose. Nearthrosis. 

N^cessite. Necessity. 

N^crobiose. Necrobiosis. 

N6crobiotique. Necrobiotic. 

N6crocome. Necrocomium. 

N^crogene. Necrogenic. 

N^cropathie. Necropathy. 

Necrophage. Necrophagous. 

Necrophagie. Necrophagy. 

N6crophile. Necrophile. 

Ndcrophobie. Necrophobia. 

N^cropsie. Necropsy. 

N^croscopie. Necroscopy. 

N^croscopique. Necroscopic. 

Necrose. Necrosis. 

N^cros^, -6e. Necrosed. 

N^crosemiotique. Necrosemiotic. 

Necrosique. Pertaining to necrosis. 

N^crosteose. Necrosteon. 

N^crotomie. Necrotomy. 

Nectaire. Nectarium ; Nectary ; Honey- 
cup. 

Nectandre. Nectandra. 

Nectandrine. Nectandrin. 

Nectar. Nectar. 

Nectarifere. Nectariferous, 

Nectocalice. Nectocalyx. 

Nefle. Medlar. 

N^flier. Medlar-tree. 

N^gatif, -ive. Negative. 

N^gativit^. Negativity ; Negativism. 

Negre. Negro. 

Neige. Snow. 

N^matachographe. A registering nema- 
tachometer. 

N^matachometre. Nematachometer, 

N^mathecie. Nemathecium. 

N^mathelminthe. Nemathelminth. 

N^matoblaste. Nematoblast. 

N^matocyste, ou -C3rte. Nematocyst, 

Nematode ; Nematolde. Nematode ; 
Nematoid ; Filiform. 

N^matophore. Nematophore. 

N6ofibrine. Fibrin of recent formation. 

Neogala. Neogala ; Colostrum, 

N^omembrane. Neomembrane ; False 
membrane ; Neohymen, 



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Neom^nie. Neoinenia. 

Neoplasie. Neoplasia. 

N^oplasme. Neoplasm, or -sma. 

Neoplastie. Neoplasty. 

Neoplastique. Neoplastic. 

N^ossine. Neossin (Mulder). 

Ndo-vitalisme. Vitalism based on 
metaphysical modern entities. 

Nephelion. Nephelium ; Nebula. 

Nephogene. Appareil-. Spray - pro- 
ducer ; Atomizer. 

Nephralgia. Nephralgia, or -gy. 

N^phrectomie. Nephrectomy. 

Nephremphraxis. Nephremphraxis. 

Nephresie. Nephresia. 

Nepliretique. Nephretic. Nephritic, 

Nephrhelminthique . Nephrelminthic. 

N^phridion. Nephridion ; Nephridium. 

N6phrine. Cyatin. 

Nephrite. Nephritis. 

Nephritique. Nephritic. 

Nephrocele. Nephrocele. 

Nephro-gastrique. Pertaining to the 
kidney and to the stomach. 

Nephrographie. Nephrography. 

Nephrolithe. Nephrolith. 

Nephrolithiase. Nephrolithiasis. 

Nephrolithique. Nephrolithic. 

N6phrolithotomie. Neph rolithotomy. 

N6phrologie. Nephrology. 

N^phrophlegmasie. Nephrophleg- 
masia. 

N6phrophlegmatique. Nephrophleg- 
matic. 

N^phroplegie. Nephroplegia. 

Ndphroplegique. Nephroplegic. 

N^phroplethorique. Nephroplethoric. 

N^phropyique. Nephropyic. 

Nephropyose. Nephropyosis ; Pyone- 
phrosis. 

N^phrorrhagie. Nephrorrhagia. 

N^phrorrhaphie. Nephrorrhaphy. 

N6phrospastique. Nephrospastic. 

Nephrostome. The infundibuliform 
orifices of the tubes of origin of a 
Wolffian body opening into the 
peritoneum of the embryo. 

Nephrothrombolde. Pertaining to 
thrombosis of the renal veins. 

Nephrotomie. Nephrotomy. 

Nephrozjonase. Nephrozymose. 

Nerf. Nerve. 

Nerf-ferure. Overreach (Vet.). 

Nerf-foulure. Popular term for con- 
tusion of the tendo Achillis. 

Nerion; N^rium. Nerium. 

N^risine. Glairin. 

Nerium. Nerium. [flower. 

N^roli. Neroli ; Essence of orange - 



N^ronien, -ienne. Neronian. 

Nerpnm. Buckthorn. 

Nerval, -ale. Nerval. 

Nervation. Nervation. 

Nerve, -ee. Nervate. 

Nerveux, -euse. Nervous ; Pertaining 
to nerves. 

Nervico-tonique. Pertaining to ner- 
vous tonicity. 

Nervi^, -iee. Nervate. 

Nervilite; N^vrilit^. Neurility; Neu- 
ricity. 

Nervimoteur, -trice. Nervimotor. 

Nervimotilite. Motricity. 

Nervimotion. Nervimotion. 

Nervin, -ine. Nervine. 

Nervisme. See Nervilite. 

Nervosisme ; Nervosity. Nervosism. 

Nervotabes. Nervotabes. 

Nervule. Nervule ; Nervulet. 

Nervule, -ee. Having nervules ; Ner- 
vulate. 

Nervuleux, -euse. Nervulose. 

Nervural, -ale. Pertaining to nervures. 

Nervure. Nervure. 

Neural, -ale. Neural. 

Neurapophyse. Neurapophysis. 

Neurasthenie ; Nevrasthenie. Neuras- 
thenia. 

Neurataxie. Cerebro - spinal ataxia 
having a nervous origin. 

Neurepine. The spinous process of a 
vertebra. 

Neurhypnologie. Hypnotism. 

Neurilite. Neurility ; Neuricity. 

Neurine. Neurine. 

Neurism. Neurism ; Nervosism. 

Neuroblaste. Neuroblast. 

Neurocyte. Neurocyte. 

Neurofibrome. Neurofibroma. 

Neurokeratine. Neuro-keratin. 

Neurologie ; N^vrologie. Neurology. 

Neurolysie. Neurolysis. 

Neurolytique. Neurolytic. 

Neuropathologie. Neuropathology. 

Neurotique ; N^vrotique. Neurotic. 

Neurotripsie. Neurotripsy. 

Neutraline. Neutraline. 

Neutralisant, -ante. Neutralizing, or 
-sing. 

Neutralisation. Neutralization, or -sa- 
tion. 

Neutrality. Neutrality. 

Neutre. Neuter ; Neutral. 

Neuvieme paire de nerfs craniens. 
The glosso-pharyngeal pair of cranial 
nerves. 

Nevragmie. Neuragmia. 

Nevragmique. Neuragmic. 



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N^vralgie. Neuralgia. 

Nevralgique. Neuralgic. 

Neyrapophyse. Neurapophysis. 

N^vrarchie. A term applied to that 
which emanates from nervous centres. 

N^vrasthdnie. Neurasthenia. 

Nevraxe. Neuraxis ; Neuron. 

Nevraxh^mie. Cerebro-spinal conges- 
tion. 

Nevrectomie. Neurectomy, 

Nevril^matique. Neurilemmatio. 

Nevrileme. Neurilemma. 

Nevrilemite. Neurilemmitis. 

Nevrilite. Neurility. 

N^vrilitique. Pertaining to, or having 
the nature of, neurility ; Neurilitic. 

N^vrilome. A neuroma starting from 
the neurilemma. 

Nevrimotilit^. Motricity. 

Nevrine. Neurin. 

Nevrisme. Neurism. 

Nevrite. Neuritis. 

Nevritique. Neuritic. 

N^vro - choroidite. Choroiditis with 
ciliary neuritis. 

Nevroglie. Neuroglia. 

N^vrographie. Neurography. 

Nevro-hypnologie. Neurohypnology. 

Nevrokeratine. Neuro-keratin. 

N^vrologie. Neurology. 

NevTologique. Neurologic. 

Nevrologiste. Neurologist. 

Nevrome. Neuroma. 

Nevromimosie. Neuromimesis. 

Nevro-musculaire. Neuromuscular. 

NevTomyalgie. Neuromyalgia. 

N^vropathie. Neuropathy, or -thia. 

Nevropathique. Neuropathic. 

N^vropathologie. Neuropathology. 

Nevrophlogose. Neurophlogosis ; Neu- 
ritis. 

N^vrophonie. Neurophonia. 

Nevroplastie. Neuroplasty. 

Nevroscl^rose. Neuro-sclerosis. 

Nevrose. Neurosis. 

N^vrosisme. Neurosism ; Neurasthenia. 

N^vrospasme, ou -mie. Neurospasmos. 

N^vrosthdnie. Neurosthenia. 

N^vrosth^nique. Neurosthenic. 

N^vrothele. Neurothele ; A nervous 
papilla. 

N^vrotique. Neurotic. 

Nevrotome. Neurotome. 

Nevrotomie. Neurotomy. 

N^vrovisc^rite. Visceral inflammation 
of a neuralgic character. 

Nez. Nose. 

Niche. A depression in the cerebellum 
in front of the frenulum. 



Nickel. Nickel. 

Nicol. Nicol ; Nicol's prism. 

Nicotiane. Nicotiana. 

Nicotianine. Nicotianin. 

Nicotine. Nicotin, or -ne. 

Nicotinique. Nicotinic. 

Nicotique. Nicotic. 

Nictant, -ante ; Nictitant, -ante. Nic- 
titating. 

Nictation ; Nictitation. Nictation ; 
Nictitation. 

Nid. Nest. 

Nid de pigeon ou d'hirondelle. Nidus 
hirundinis ; Swallow's nest (cere- 
bellum). 

Nidamentaire. Pertaining to the nida- 
mentum ; Nidamentary. 

Nidamentum. Nidamentum. 

Nidation. Nidation. 

Nidiforme. Nidiform ; Shaped like a 
nest. 

Nidoreux, -euse. Nidorous. 

Nidulaire. Pertaining to a nest. 

Nidulant, -ante. Nidulant. 

Nielle. Blight. 

Nigelle. Nigella. 

Nigelline. Nigellin. 

Nigrique. Nigric. 

Nigritie. Nigritia, or -ties. 

Nihil album. Pompholyx ; Oxide of 
zinc. 

Niobium. Niobium. 

Nirle. Nirlus. 

Nisus formativus. Vital force ; Plas- 
ticity. 

Nitrate ; Azotate. Nitrate. 

Nitrate, -6e. Nitrated. 

Nitre. Nitre ; Niter. 

Nitreux, -euse. Nitrous. 

Nitrification. Conversion of certain 
substances into nitrites and nitrates. 

Nitrique ; Azotique. Nitric. 

Nitrite. Nitrite. 

Nitrobenzide, ou -zine. Nitrobenzene. 

Nitrobenzol. Nitrobenzol. 

Nitroforme. Nitroform. 

Nitrogene ; Azote. Nitrogen. 

Nitrog6n6, -6e. Nitrogenous. 

Nitroglycerine. Nitroglycerin, or -ne. 

Nitroline. Nitrolin. 

Nitromuriatique. Nitromuriatic. 

Nitrure ; Azoture. Nitride. 

Nitryle. Nitryl. 

Noble. Applied to the parts of the 
body without which life would be 
impossible (heart, brain, lungs, etc.). 

Nocif, -ive. Pathogenic. 

Noctambule. Somnambulist. 

Nocturne. Nocturnal. 



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Nocuit^. Nocuity ; Injuriousness. 

Nodal, -ale. Nodal. 

Nodosaire. Nodose ; Nodular. 

Nodosity. Nodosity. 

Nodulaire. Nodular ; Nodose. 

Nodule. Nodule ; Nodulus. 

Noduleux, -euse. Nodulous ; Nodulose. 

Nodus. Node ; Nodus. 

Noeud. Knot. 

Noeud de I'enc^phale. The mesoce- 
phalon. 

Nceud vital. Vital knot ; The respira- 
tory centre in the medulla oblongata 
(Flourens). 

Noir animal. Animal charcoal ; Carbo 
animalis. 

Noir de fum^e. Lampblack. 

Noir d'ivoire. Ivory black. 

Noir, -re. Black, adj. 

Noire. Maladie-. Helena. 

Noircissement. Blackening. 

Noirprun ; Nerprun. Buckthorn. 

Noisette. Nut ; Hazel-nut. 

Noix. Nut ; Walnut. 

Noli -me - tangere. Noli - me - tangere ; 
(1) Rodent ulcer ; (2) Ecbalium 
officinorum. 

Noma; Nome. Noma. 

Nombril. Umbilicus ; Navel. 

Nomenclature. Nomenclature. 

Nomologie. Nomology. 

Nonan, -ane. Nonan. 

Non-viabilit6. Non- viability. 

Non-viable. Non-viable. 

Noologie. Neology. 

Noologique. Noologie. 

Noostinique ; Noosth^nique. Pertain- 
ing to intellectual activity. 

No-restraint. Applied to the no-re- 
straint system in the treatment of 
lunatics. 

Normal, -ale. Normal. 

Noropianique. Noropianic. 

Nosenc^phale. Nosencephalus ; Not- 
encephalus. 

Nosochthonologie. Medical geography. 

Nosocome. Nosocome ; Nosocomium. 

Nosocomial, -ale. NosocomiaL 

Nosocratique. Nosocratic ; Specific 
(applied to a disease). 

Nosocrinie; Nosocrise, ou -crisie. 
Morbid crisis. 

Nosog^nie. Nosogenesis ; Nosogeny. 

Nosographie. Nosography. 

Nosoh^mie. Disease of the blood, of 
the blood-plasma. 

Nosologie. Nosology. 

Nosologique. Nosologic. 

Nosologisme. Nosologism. 



Nosologue ; Nosologiste. Nosologist. 

Nosomane ; Nosomaniaque. Noso- 
maniac. 

Nosomanie. Nosomania. 

Nosophobe. Pertaining to, or affected 
with, nosophobia. 

Nosophobie. Nosophobia ; Patho- 
phobia. 

Nosophore. A kind of iron bedstead 
v/hich can be adapted to the virants or 
movements of patients. 

Nosophthorie. Nosophthoria. 

Nosopo6tique. Nosopoietic ; Patho- 
genic. 

Nosorganie. Organic disease. 

Nostalgie. Nostalgia ; Homesickness. 

Noctoc ; Nostoch. Nostoc. 

Nostomanie. Nostomania. 

Nostras. Endemic. 

Notacanthe. Notacanthous. 

Notalgie. Notalgia. 

Notation. Notation. 

Note. Note (musical) ; Sound. 

Notenc^phale. Notencephalus. 

Notiode. Formerly applied to a fever 
with alvine dejections, etc. 

Notocorde. Notochord. 

Notomele. Notomelus. 

Notomy^lite. Notomyelitis. 

Notopode. Notopodium. 

Notorrhize. Notorhizal. 

Nouage. Rickets ; Rhachitis. 

Nou6, -6e. Rickety ; Rhachitic. 

Nouet. Little bag to contain a sub- 
stance to be infused or boiled. 

Noueux, -euse. Knotty ; Knotted ; 
Nodose. 

Nourrice. Wet-nurse. 

Noxirricier, -iere. Nutritive ; Nutri- 
tious. 

Nourrissement. (1) Feeding ; (2) The 
action of that which is nutritious. 

Nourrisson. Nursling ; The child fed 
by its mother's milk or by the milk 
of a wet-nurse. 

Nourriture. Nourishment ; Food. 

Nouure. Rickets. 

Nouveau-n6, -n^e. New-born babe, s. ; 
New-born, adj. 

Novaculaire. Shaped like a razor ; 
Novacular. 

Novacule. Novacula. 

Noyau. Stone (of fruit) ; Nucleus. 

Noy6, -6e. Drowned, adj. ; Drowned 
person, s. 

Noyement. Drowning, s. 

Noyer, v. a. To drown. 

Noyer. Se-, v.r. To be drowned ; To 
drown one's self. 



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Noyer, s. Walnut-tree. 

Nu, nue. Naked ; Nude. 

Nuage. (1) Cloud ; (2) Nebula ; Ne- 
phelium ; (3) Muscse volitantes ; 
(4) Cloudiness of the urine. 

Nuance. Shade ; Hue ; Tint. 

Nub^cule. Nubecula. See also Nuage. 

Nubile. Nubile. 

Nubility. Nubility. 

Nucelle. Nucellus. 

Nuchal, -ale. Nuchal. 

Nucl^alre. Nuclear. 

Nucl^al, -ale. Nucleal. 

Nucl6e, -^^e. Nucleate ; Nucleated. 

Nucl^ifonne. Nucleiform. 

Nucl6ine. Nuclein. 

Nuclide. Nucleolus. 

Nucl^ol6, -6e. Nucleolar, or -late. 

Nucl^olule. Granulation in the interior 
of the nucleolus. 

Nucleus. Nucleus. 

Nuculaine. Nuculanium. 

Nucular. Containing the nucule. 

Nucule. Nucule. 

Nudibranche. Nudibranchiate. 

Nudicolle. Having a naked neck. 

Nudiflore. Nudiflorous. 

Nudipede. Nudiped. 

Nuit. Night. 

NuUipare. NuUiparous, adj. ; Nulli- 
para, s. 

Num^rique. Numerical. 

Nummulaire ; Nununul^, -^e. Num- 
mular. 

Nuque. Nape of the neck. 

Nutant, -ante. Nutant ; Drooping ; 
Sloping. 

Nutation. Nutation. 

Nutrescible. Nutrient. 

Nutricier, -iere. See Nourricier. 

Nutrilit^. Nutrility. 

Nutriment. Nutriment. 

Nutrimentaire. Rendered in a fit state 
for absorption and assimilation by 
the agents of digestion. 

Nutrimentif, -ive. Pertaining to nutri- 
ments ; Serving to prepare nutri- 
ments. 

Nutrlscible. That can be nourished. 

Nutriteux, -euse. Nutritious. 

Nutritif, -ive. Nutritive. 

Nutrition. Nutrition. 

Nutritivit^. The condition of being 
nutritive. 

Nutritum. Ointment of litharge. 

Nychth^mere. Nychthemerous. 

Nyctage du Perou. Marvel of Peru ; 
Mirabilis jalapa (Botany). 

Nyctalopie. Nyctalopia; Night- vision. 



Nyctere. Bat. 

Nycttobie. Active or living at night. 

Nyct6rin, -ine. (1) Nocturnal; (2) 
Obscure ; Dark-coloured. 

Nyctidrome. Active or living at night. 

Nyctinome. Nocturnal. 

Nyctobie. See Nycteribie. 

Nyctope. That sees at night. 

Nyctophile. See Nycteribie. 

Nyctotyphlose. Nyctotyphlosis ; Night- 
blindness. 

Nymphal, -ale. Pertaining to a nymph. 

Nymphe. Nymph : Chrysalis ; Pupa. 

Nymphes vulvaires. The Nymphse ; 
Labia minora. 

Nymph^a. Nymphaea ; Water-lily. 

Nymph6ac6, -^e. Pertaining to the 
nymphaea. 

Nymphique. Pertaining to the nympbae. 

Nymphite. Nymphitis. 

Njmipholde. Resembling the nymphae. 

Nymphomanie. Nymphomania ; Hys- 
teromania. 

Njrmphose. Nymphosis. 

Njrmphotomie. Nymphotomy. 

Nysse. Nyssa. 

Nystagme, ou -mus. Nystagmus. 

0. Symbol of Oxygen. 

Oakum. Oakum. 

Oaralgie. Oaralgia. 

Oariocele. Oariocele. 

Oariotomie. Oariotomy (a better word 
than Ovariotomy). 

Oariule. Oariule ; Corpus luteum. 

Obclav^, -6e. Obovate. 

Obcomprim^, -6e. Said of a part the 
greatest diameter of which is the 
transverse one ; Obcompressed. 

Obconique. Obconic ; Obconical. 

Obcord^, -^e ; Obcordiforme. Obcor- 
date. 

Obcrenele, -ee. Inversely crenated or 
denticulated. 

Obduction. Obduction. 

Obeau ; Obel. Birch. 

Ob^lion. Obelion. 

Obesity. Obesity. 

Obimbriqu6, -^e. Inversely imbri- 
cated. 

Obit. Obit. 

Obitoire ; Obituaire. Obituary, adj. 
et .s'. 

Objectif, -ive, adj. Objective. 

Objectif, s. Object-glass. 

Oblique, adj. Oblique. 

Oblique, s. Obliquus (applied to muscles). 

Obliquity. Obliquity. 

Obliquity de I'uWrus. Hysteroloxia. 



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Oblit^rateur, -trice. That causes ob- 
literation, adj. ; Instrument that 
causes obliteration, s. 

Obliteration. Obliteration. 

Oblitere, -ee. Obliterated. 

Oblong, -ongue. Oblong. 

Obnubilation. Obnubilation. 

Obovale. Obovate. 

Obov^, -^e ; Obovolde. Obovoid. 

Obpyramidal, -ale. Inversely pyra- 
midal. 

Obscur, -re. Obscure. 

Obscuration. The condition of the 
retina when placed in obscurity. 

Observation. Observation. 

Obsession. Obsession ; A dominant 
delusion ; Nightmare. 

Obsidienne. Obsidian. 

Obsolescence. Obsolescence. 

Obsolete. Obsolete ; Rudimentary. 

Obstetrical, -ale. Obstetric ; Obstet- 
rical. 

Obstetricie ; Obst^trique, s. Obstet- 
rics, pL 

Obstetrique, adj. Obstetric ; Obstet- 
rical. 

Obstipation. Obstipation ; (1) Consti- 
pation ; (2) Deviation ; Scoliosis. 

Obstipite. Obstipitas. 

Obstipite, -ee. Bent ; Curved. 

Obstruant, -ante. Obstruent. 

Obstruction. Obstruction. 

Obsutural, -ale. Said of that which is 
in front of sutures. 

Obtondant, -ante. Obtundent ; Blunt- 
ing ; Soothing. 

Obturant, -ante. That causes obtura- 
tion. 

Obturateur, -trice, adj. et s. Obtu- 
rator, adj. and s. (Muscle, nerve, 
artery, hernia, etc.). 

Obturateur, s. Obturator (Surgical in- 
strument or apparatus). 

Obturation. Obturation. [teeth. 

Obturation des dents. Filling the 

Obturbine, -ee. Obturbinate. 

Obtusanguie, -ee. Having obtuse 
angles ; Obtusangulate. 

Obtusilobe, -ee. Obtusilobous. 

Obtusion. Obtusion ; Blunting (of sen- 
sations) 

Obvolute, 

Occasion. 
ment. 

Occasionnel, -elle. Occasional ; That 
represents a pathogenic moment. 

Occipital, -ale. Occipital. 

Occipito-atloidien, -ienne. Occipito- 
atloidean. 



-ee. Obvolute. 
Occasion : Favourable mo- 



Occipito-axoldien, -ienne. Occipito- 

axoid. 
Occipito-bregmatique. Occipito-breg- 

matic. 
Occipito-cotylo'idien, -ienne. Occipito- 

cotyloid. 
Occipito-frontal, -ale. Occipito-frontal, 

adj. ; Occipito-frontalis muscle, s. 
Occipito-lateral, -ale. Occipito-lateral 

(Obstetrics). 
Occipito-meningien, -ienne. Occipito- 

meningeal. 
Occipito-parietal, -ale. Occipito-pa- 

rietal. 
Occipito - p^treux, -euse. Occipito - 

petrous ; Petrooccipital. 
Occipito-pharyngien, -ienne. Occipito- 

pharyngeal ; Cephalo-pharyngeal. 
Occipito-sacre, -6e. Occipito-sacral ; 

Occipito-posterior (Obstetrics). 
Occipito-sacro-iliaque. Occipito-sacro- 

iliac (Obstetrics). 
Occipito - staphylin. Occipito - staphy - 

linus (Some fibres of the superior 

constrictor — Sappey). 
Occipito-temporal, -ale. Occipito-tem- 

poral. 
Occiput. Occiput. 
Occlure. To operate for the production 

of occlusion of the eyelids in kera- 
titis, etc. 
Occlusion. Occlusion. 
Occlusionn^, -^e. That has been sub- 
jected to occlusion. 
Occlusionner. See Occlure. 
Occulte. Occult ; Hidden ; Concealed. 
Ocelle. Ocellus. 
Ochre. Ochre ; Ocher. 
Ochropyre. Ochropyra ; Yellow fever. 
Ochrosie. Xanthogen. 
Ochthiasis. Ochthiasis ; Molluscum. 
Ocre. Ochre. 
Ocree. Ocrea. 
Octan, -ane. Octan. 
Octandre. Octandrous. 
Octandrie. The octandrous class. 
Octane. Octane. 
Octave. Octave. 
Octocarbure. Octocarburet. 
Octocere. Octocerous. 
Octocotyle. Octocotyloid. 
Octogyne. Octogynous. 
Octopetale. Octopetalous. 
Octophylle. Octophyllous. 
Octylene. Octylene. 
Oculaire. Ocular, adj. and s. 
Oculifere. Oculiferous. 
Oculiforme. Oculiform. 
Oculiste. Oculist. 



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Oculistique, s. Ophthalmiatrics. 
Oculo-ciliare. Oculopupillary. 
Oculo-moteur conunun. The third 

cranial nerve ; Motor oculi ; Oculo- 

motorius. 
Oculo-musculaire, adj. Oculo-musoular. 
Oculo-musculaire exteme, s. The sixth 

cranial nerve ; Abducens. 
Oculo-musculaire interne, s. The 

fourth cranial nerve ; Pathetic. 
Oculo-palpebral, -ale. Oculo-palpebral. 
Oculo-pupillaire. Oculo-pupillary. 
Oculo-spinal, -ale. Oculo-spinal. 
Oculo-zygomatique. Oculo-zygomatic. 
Ocytocique. Ocytocic, or -ceous. 
Odaxesme. Odaxesmus. 
Odeur. Odour ; Odor ; Smell. 
Odographe. A kind of pedometer. 
Odontagogue, s. Tooth forceps ; Odont- 

agra. 
Odontagre. Odontagra ; Toothache. 
Odontalgic. Odontalgia ; Toothache. 
Odontalgique. Odontalgic. 
Odontiase. Odontiasis ; Dentition. 
Odontine. A mixture of magnesia and 

cacao butter with a little essence. 
Odontite. Odontitis. 
Odontoblaste. Odontoblast. 
Odontogene. Odontogenic. 
Odontogenic. Odontogeny. 
Odontoglyphe. Odontoglyph, s.; Odon- 

toglyphous, adj. 
Odontognathe. Odontognathous. 
Odontoide. Odontoid, adj. ; The odon- 
toid process, s. 
Odontoldien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 

odontoid process : Odontoid. 
Odontolithe. Odontolith. 
Odontologie. Odontology. 
Odontome. Odontoma. 
Odontomyle. Applied to the teeth 

found in dermoid cysts of the ovary. 
Odontopathie. Odontopathy. 
Odontophore. Odontophore, s, ; Odon- 

tophorous, adj. 
Odontoph3rie. Odontophyia ; Dentition. 
Odontorrhagie. Odontorrhagia. 
Odontorthosie. Odontorthosia. 
Odontose. Odontosis. [surgery. 

Odontotechnie. Odontotechny ; Dental 
Odontotheque. Odontotheca. 
Odontotripteur, -trice. Odontotriptor, 
Odorabilit^. The quality of that which 

affects the sense of smell. 
Odorant, -ante. Odoriferous. 
Odorat. Smell ; Smelling. 
Odoratif, -ive. Pertaining to smell or 

to smelling. 
Odoration. Odoration. 



Odorif^rant, -ante. Odoriferous. 

Odorif^re. (1) Producing odoriferous 
substances ; (2) Odoriferous. 

Odynopo^tique. Producing pain ; Ody- 
nopoietic. 

(Ecie. QScium. 

(Edalique. That hypertrophies ; Tliat 
produces swelling. 

(Ed^mateux, -euse. (Edematous. 

(Edematie. The production of oedema ; 
(Edema,. 

(Edemati^, -^e. Affected with oedema ; 
(Edematous. 

(Edeme. (Edema. 

(Ed^mosarcocele, ou -sarcome; (Ed6- 
mosarque. Elephantiasis of the 
scrotum. 

(Eil. Eye. 

CEiller, -ere, adj. (1) Pertaining to the 
eye ; (2) Canine. 

(Eiller, «. A little vessel for taking an 
eye-douche. 

(Eillet. Pink ; Carnation. 

(Eilleton. Offset. 

(Eillette. Field poppy. 

(Enanthal, ou -thol. An essence ob- 
tained by distillation of castor-oil. 

(En^l^on. A mixture of wine and oil 
(Galien). 

(Enogala. A mixture of wine and milk. 

(Enolature. Medicinal roots, barks, 
leaves, etc., macerated in wine. 

(Enol^. Liquid internal remedy pre- 
pared with wine and medicinal sub- 
stances. 

(Enolique. (1) Pertaining to wine, adj. ; 
(2) A medicine that has wine as ex- 
cipient, s. 

OBnolotif, s. An external remedy having 
wine as excipient. [tremens. 

CEnomanie. (Enomania ; Delirium 

(Enometre. (Enometer. 

(Esophage. (Esophagus. 

(Esophagien, -ienne. (Esophageal. 

(Esophagisme. (Esophagism. 

CEsophagite. (Esophagitis. 

CEsophagocele. (Esophagocele. 

(Esophagotomie. (Esophagotomy. 

CEstre. (Estrus ; Gad-fly. 

CEstromanie. (Estromania ; Satyriasis 
(man) ; Nymphomania (woman). 

(Etyliaque. Propylamin. 

(Euf. Egg. 

Offensif, -ive. Offensive ; Pathogenic. 

Officier de sant^. An inferior class of 
medical man in France, generally in 
the counostry, whe qualifying exami- 
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Officinal, -ale. Officinal. 

Officine. An apothecary's laboratory. 

Ognon; Oiguon. (1) Onion ; (2) Bunion. 

Ohm. Ohm ; The unit of resistance 
(electricity). 

Oldium. Oidium. 

Oie. Goose. 

Oiguon ; Ognon. See Ognon. 

Oiseau. Bird. 

Olea. Olea ; (1) Olive-tree ; (2) Plural 
of oleum. 

Oleacees. Oleacese. 

Ol^agineux, -euse. Oleaginous ; Oily ; 
Oleose ; Oleous. 

Ol^andrine. Oleandrin. 

Oleate. Oleate. 

Olecranarthrocace. Olecranarthrocace ; 
Olecranocace. 

OlecrSne. Olecranon. 

01ecra,nien, -ienne. Olecranial ; Ole- 
cranal. 

Ol^fine. Olefin. 

Ol^idique. Elaidic. 

Ol^ifere. Oleiferous. 

Ol^ifiant, -ante. Olefiant. 

Ol^iforme. Having the consistence of 
oil. 

Ol^ine. Olein. 

Olein^es. Oleacese. 

Oleique. Oleic. 

Oleo-cerole. Cerate, 

Oleomargarine. Oleomargarin. 

Oleometre. Oleometer. 

Oleone. Oleone. 

Oleoptene. Eleoptene. 

Oleoresine. Oleoresin. 

Oleoricinique. Ricinoleic. 

Oleosaccharat, -role, ou -nun; Ol^o- 
sucre. Oleosaccharum. 

Olerace, -ee. Oleraceous. 

Oleule. Essence. 

Oleule. Medicine produced by dissolv- 
ing certain substances in essences. 

Oleulique. Applied to medicines com- 
posed of essences and of active prin- 
ciples. 

Olfactif, -ive. Olfactive ; Olfactory. 

Olfaction. Olfaction. 

Olfactoire. Olfactory ; Olfactive. 

Oliban. Olibanum. 

Olibene. Olibene. 

Oligaimie ; Oligh^mie. Oligfemia ; Olig- 
emia. 

Oliganthe. Oliganthous. 

Oligh^mie. Oligsemia ; Oligohemia, or 
-haemia. 

Oligocephale. Oligocephalous. 

Oligochyle. Oligochylous. 

Oligochylie. Oligochylia. 



Oligocyth^mie. Oligocythemia, or -semia. 

Oligomere. Oligomerous. 

Oligophylle. Oligophyllous. 

Oligopode. Oligopodous. 

Oligoposie. Oligoposia. 

Oligopsychie. Oligopsychia ; Imbe- 
cility. 

Oligospermatie. Oligospermia, or 
-mism. 

Oligosperme. Oligospermous. 

Oligospermie. Oligospermia. 

Oligotrichie. Oligotrichia. 

Oligotrophie. Oligotrophy. 

Oline. Oline (analogous to olein but 
peculiar to siccative oils). 

Olinique. Pertaining to oline. 

Olivace, -ee ; 01iva,tre. Olivaceous. 

Olivaire. Olivary. 

Olivatre ; Olivace, -^e. Olivaceous. 

Olive. (1) Olive ; (2) Oliva ; Olivary 
body. 

Olivette. (1) Little olive; (2) Field 

poppy- 
Olivier. Olive-tree. 
Olivile. Olivil. 
Olophlyctide. Olophlyctis ; Herpes 

(Alibert). 
Omacephale. Omacephalus. 
Omagre. Omagra. 
Omalgie. Omalgia. 
Omarthrocace. Omarthrocace. 
Ombelle. Umbel. 

Ombelle, -^e. Umbellate ; Umbellar. 
Ombellifere. Umbelliferous. 
Ombelliforme. Umbelliform. 
Ombellique. Umbellic, 
Ombellule. Umbellule. 
Ombellule, -ee. Umbellulate. 
Ombilic. IJmbilicus ; Navel. 
Ombilical, -ale. Umbilical. 
Ombilication. Umbilication. 
Ombilique, -ee. Umbilicate, or -ted. 
Ombrage. Film ; Speck ; Albugo ; 

Leucoma ; Nebula. 
Ombrageux, -euse. Applied to a horse 

that shies. 
Ombre. Shade ; Umbra. 
Ombrelle. Umbrel. 
Omental, -ale. Omental. 
Omentite. Omentitis. 
Omentum; Epiploon. Omentum. 
Omniforme. Omniform. 
Omnivore. Omnivorous. 
Omocace ; Omarthrocace. Omocace ; 

Omarthrocace. 
Omo-claviculaire. Omo-clavicular. 
Omocotyle. Omocotyle ; The glenoid 

cavity. 
Omodynie. Omodynia. 

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Omodyme. Derodidymus. 
Omo-hyoldien, -ienne. The Omo-hyoid 

muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 
Omophage. Omophagous. 
Omoplate. Scapula. 
Omoplat-hyoldien, -ienne. See Omo- 

hyoidien. 
Omotocie. Omotocia ; Premature birth. 
Omo-trach^lien, -ienne. The Omotra- 
chelius (animals), s. ; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 
Omphacin, -ine. Omphacine. 
Omphalique. Omphalic ; Umbilical. 
Omphalocele. Omphalocele; Umbilical 

hernia. 
Omphalode. Omphalode ; Omphalo- 

dium. 
Omphalolde. Omphaloid. 
Omphalo-m^sent^rique. Omphalomes- 
enteric. 
Omphaloncie. Omphaloncus. 
Omphalopage. Omphalopagus. 
Omphalophlebite. Omphalophlebitis. 
OmphaloproptOBe. Omphaloproptosis. 
Omphalorrhagie. Omphalorrhagia. 
Omphalorrh^e. Omphalorrhea, or -oea. 
Omphalosite. Omphalosite. 
Omphalotome. Oniphalotome. 
Omphalotomie. Omphalotomy. 
Onanisme. Onanism. 
Oncologie. Oncology. 
Oncome. Tumour ; Swelling. 
Oncose. Oncosis. 
Oncotique. Pertaining to tumours and 

their production. 
Oncotomie. Oncotomy. 
Onction. Unction. 
Onctueuz, -euse. Unctuous. 
Onctuosity. Unctuousness ; Oiliness. 
Onde. The concentric rings formed on 

a liquid by its agitation wave. 
Onde muBCulaire. The undulating 

contractions of a muscle. 
Ond^, -ie ; Ondul^, -^e. Undulate, 

or -ted. 
Ond^e. A shower of rain. 
Ondulant, -ante. Undulating. 
Ondulation. Undulation. 
Ondulatoire. Undulatory. 
Ondul^, -6e. Undulatf*, or -ted. 
Onduleux, -euse. Undulating. 
Onglade. Ingrowing nail ; Onychia. 
Ongle. Nail ; Unguis, 
Ongl^e. Numbness of the fingers 

through cold. 
Onglet. (1) Small nail ; (2) Pterygium ; 

(3) Aiglet. 
Onglet^, -^e. Having an aiglet. 
Onglon. Hoof of a ruminant. 



Ongu^al, -ale ; Unguial, -ale. Un- 
gual ; Ungueal. 
Ong^ent. Ointment ; Unguentum ; 

Unguent. 
Onguent ^gyptiac. Acetate of copper 

ointment. 
Onguent gris. Unguentum hydrargyri 

compositum (without the camphor). 
Onguent mercuriel. Blue ointment ; 

Ung. hydrargyri. 
Onguent de la m^re. Ointment con- 

taicing pitch and litharge. 
Onguent napolitain. Blue ointment. 
Onguent nutriteux. Ointment con- 
taining litharge and white vinegar. 

Onguent de pompholyx. An ointment 
composed principally of oxide of zinc 
and of sulphide and oxide of lead. 

Onguent de tuthie. Zinc ointment. 

Onguentac^, -^e. Unguentary ; Un- 
guentous. 

Onguicule. See Onglet. 

Onguicul^, -6e ; Unguicul^, -6e. Un- 
guiculate. 

Onguiffere ; Unguifere. Unguiferous. 

Onguiforme ; Unguiforme. Ungui- 
form. 

Ongulograde; Ungulograde. Unguli- 
grade. 

Onirocritique. Diagnosis of the causa- 
tion of dreams. 

Onirodynie. Oneirodynia. 

Onirogme. Oneirogmus. 

Onomasophie. The knowledge, the re- 
collection of names, of words. 

Onomatologie. Onomatology. 

Onomatomanie. Onomatomania. 

Onomatopoese. Onomatopoiesis. 

.Ontogenie. Ontogeny. 

Ontologie. Ontology. 

Onychatrophie. Onychatrophia ; Ony- 
chatrophy. 

Onychauze. Onychauxe, or -xis. 

Onychie. Onychia. 

Onychium. Onychium. 

OnychomycosiB. Onychomycosis. 

Onychoph3ane. Onychophyma. 

Onychoptose. Onychoptosis. 

Onychose. Onychosis ; Onychophyma. 

Onyx. Pterygium ; Onyx ; Encanthis. 

Onyxis. Onyxis ; Onyxitis. 

Onzieme paire de nerfB cntniens. 
The eleventh {French) pair of cranial 
nerves ; The two spinal accessory 
nerves. 

Ooblaste. Ooblast. 

OoBcie. OEcium. 

Oogame. Oogamous. 

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Oogenese ; Oog^nie. Oogenesis. 

Oogone. Oogonium. 

Ooine. The white of egg. 

Oology. Oology. 

Oonin. Ooninum. 

Oonine. The pellicle of the white of 

egg (Couerbe). 
Oophoralgie. Oophoralgia. 
Oophore. Oophore. 
Oophorectomie. Oophorectomie. 
Oophoridie. Oophoridium. 
Oophorite. Oophoritis ; Ovaritis. 
Oophoro - salpingectomie. Oophoco - 

salpingectomy. 
Oophyte. Oophyte. 
Coplastie. Ooplasty. 
Ooscapte. Oviscapt. 
Ooscopie. Ooscopy ; The examination 

of the egg. 
Cosph^re. Oosphere. 
Oospore. Oospore. 
Oozoaire. Oozoon. 
Opacifi^, -^e. Rendered opaque. 
Opacite. Opaqueness ; Opacity. 
Opale. Opal. 

Opalescent, -ente. Opalescent. 
Opalin, -ine. Opaline. 
Opaque. Opaque. 
Op^rateur. Operator. 
Operation. Operation. 
Op^ratoire. Operative ; Operatory. 
Operculaire. Opercular. 
Opercule. Opercle ; Operculum. 
Opercule, -ee. Operculate. 
Operculifere. Operculiferous. 
Operculiforme. Operculiform. 
Ophiasis. Ophiasis. 
Ophicephale. Ophicephalous. 
Ophidien, -ienne. Ophidian. 
Ophidiomorphe. Resembling a serpent ; 

Ophioid. 
Ophiolde. Ophioid. 
Ophiophage. Ophiophagous. 
Ophioxylon. Ophioxylon, or -lum. 
Ophryon. Ophryon. 
Ophryte. Ophrys ; The eyebrow. 
Ophtalmalgie, et beaucoup mieux, Oph- 

thalmalgie. Ophthalmalgia. 
Ophtalmie, et beaucoup mieux, Ophthal- 

mie (de mime pour tous ses derives). 

Ophthalmia. 
Ophthalmique. Ophthalmic. 
Ophthalmite, ou -itis. Ophthalmitis. 
Ophthalmoblennorrh^e. Ophthalmo- 
blennorrhea, or -cEa. 
Ophthalmocele. Ophthalmocele. 
Ophthalmochrolte. Ophthalmochroites. 
Ophthalmocopie. Ophthalmocopia ; 

Fatigue of the visual powers. 



Ophthalmodynie. Ophthalmodynia. 

Ophthalmogenese. Ophthalmogenesis. 

Ophthalmographie. Ophthalmography. 

Ophthalmoiatrie. Ophthalmology. 

Ophthalmolithe. Ophthalmolith. 

Ophthalmologie. Ophthalmology. 

Ophthalmomalacie. Ophthalmomala- 
cia. 

Ophthalmomelanose. Ophtbalmome- 
lanosis. 

Ophthalmometre. Ophthalmometer. 

Ophthalmo - microscope. Ophthalmo- 
microscope. 

Ophthalmoplastie. Ophthalmoplasty. 

Ophthalmoplegic. Ophthalmoplegia. 

Ophthalmoponie. Ophthalmoponia. 

Ophthalmoptose. Ophthalmoptosis. 

Ophthalmorrhagie. Ophthalmorrhagia. 

Ophthalmoscope. Ophthalmoscope. 

Ophthalmoscopie. Ophthalmoscopy. 

Ophthalmostat. Ophthalmostat. 

Ophthalmo - therapie. Ophthalmo- 
therapy, or -therapeutics. 

Ophthalmotomie. Ophthalmotomy. 

Ophthalmotonometre. Ophthalmotono- 
meter. 

Ophthalmotrope. Ophthalmotrope. 

Ophthalmoxyse. Ophthalmoxysis. 

Ophthalmoxystre. Ophthalmoxystrum. 

Ophthalmozoaire. Ophthalmozoon. 

Opiace, -ee. Containing opiiuu. 

Opianate. Opianate. 

Opianine. Opianin. 

Opianique. Opianic. 

Opianyle. Opianyl. 

Opiat. (1) Opiate (old meaning) ; (2) 
A paste made of oil of copaiba and 
cubebs. 

Opiologie. Opiology. 

Opisthion. Opisthion. 

Opisthocrane. Opisthocranion ; Occi- 
put. 

Opisthocyphose. Opisthokyphosis. 

Opisthogastrique. Opisthogastric. 

Opisthognathe. Opisthognathous. 

Opisthognathisme. Opisthognathism. 

Opisthom^lophore. Opisthomelophoros ; 
Notomelus. 

Opisthotique. Opisbhotic. 

Opisthotonos. Opisthotonos. 

Opium. Opium. 

Opobalsamum. Opobalsamum ; Balsam 
of Mecca. 

Opoc^phale. Opocephalous. 

Opodeldoch; Opodeltoch. Opodeldoc. 

Opod^ocele. Sub-pubic hernia. 

Opodyme. Opodymus. 

Opol^ ; Opolite. Sap (Botany). 

Opopanax. Opopanax. 

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Oportet. That which represents the 
duty of the medical man, the duty of 
the patient, also the indispensable and 
the inevitable in every living being. 

Oppilation. Oppilation ; Obstruction ; 
Constipation. 

Opportunity. Opportunity ; Favour- 
able occasion for operating, etc. 

Opposant, -ante. Opponent; Opposing; 
Opponens. 

Opposant du petit doigt. Opponens 
minimi digiti muscle. 

Opposant du pouce. Opponens poUicis 
muscle. 

Oppose, -^e. Opposite ; Opposed. 

Oppositif, -ive. Pertaining to the con- 
dition of an organ which is opposed 
to another. 

Oppositifoli^, -ee. Oppositifoliate. 

Opposition. Opposition. 

Oppositipinn^, -^e, ou -penn^, -6e. 
Oppositipi n n ate. 

Oppression. Oppression. 

Opsigone. Opsigonous. 

Opsiometre. Opsiometer. 

Opsionose. Opsionosis. 

Opsomane. Opsomaniac. 

Opsomanie. Opsomania. 

Optico - trochlei - scleroticien, -ienne . 
The Superior oblique muscle of the 
eye, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Optimum. Optimum. 

Optique, s. Optics. 

Optique, adj. Optic ; Optical. 

Optographe. Optograph. 

Optometre. Optometer. 

Optometrie. Optometry. 

Opto-stri^, -ee. Pertaining to the optic 
thalamus and to the corpus striatum. 

Or. Gold ; Aurum. 

Oracle. Oracle. 

Orage. Storm. 

Ora serrata. Ora serrata. 

Oral, -ale. Oral. 

Orange. Orange. 

Orange, -^e. Orange-coloured. 

Orangeade. Orangeade. 

Oranger. Orange- tree. 

Orbe, adj. Causing contusion. 

Orbicole. That lives in any country or 
in any sea. 

Orbiculaire. Orbicular. 

Orbiculaire des levres. The Orbicularis 
oris muscle. 

Orbiculaire des paupieres. The Orbi- 
cularis palpebrarum muscle. 

Orbicul6, -6e. Orbiculate. 

Orbitaire. Orbital. 

Orbite. Orbit. 



OrbitocMe. Orbitocele. 

Orbito-extus-scl^roticien, -ienne. The 
External rectus muscle of the eye, s. ; 
Pertaining to it, adj. 

Orbito-intus-scl^roticien, -ienne. The 
Internal rectus muscle of the eye, 8. ; 
Pertaining to it, adj. 

Orbito-maxilli-labial, -ale. The Levator 
labii superioris muscle, 8. ; Pertaining 
to it, adj. 

Orbito-oculaire. Orbito-ocular, adj. ; 
Tenon's capsule or membrane, s. 

Orbito-palpebral, -ale. The Levator 
palpebrse muscle, s. ; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 

Orbito - sphenolde. Orbito - sphenoid, 
adj. ; The lesser wing of the sphenoid 
as a separate bone in some animals, s. 

Orc^ine. Orcein. 

Orchialgie. Orchialgia ; Orchidalgia. 

Orchidace, -6e ; Orchid^, -^e. Pertain- 
ing to orchids ; Orchidacese, s.pl. 

Orchidopexie. Orchidopexia, or -xy. 

Orchidorrhaphie. Orchidorrhaphy. 

Orchi-epididymite. Orchiepididymitis. 

Orchiocele. Orchiocele. 

Orchiodjniie. Orchiodynia. 

Orchiotome. Orchiotome. 

Orchiotomie. Orchiotomy ; Orchitomy ; 
Orchotomy. 

Orchis. Orchis ; Orchid. 

Orchite. Orchitis. 

Orcine. Orcin. 

Ordinaires, s.pl. The menses. 

Ordonnance. Prescription. 

Ordre. Order. 

Oreille. Ear. 

Oreille, -6e. Auriculate. 

Oreillette. Auricle. [tiditis. 

Oreillons. Mumps ; Idiopathic paro- 

Orelline. Orellin. 

Organe. Organ ; Organum. 

Organicien, -ienne. Pertaining to 
organicism, adj. ; The person that 
adopts the theory of organicism, s. 

Organicisme. Organicism. 

Organiciste. See Organicien, s. 

Organique. Organic. 

Organisable. Capable of organization. 

Organisation. Organization, or -sation. 

Organist, -^e. Organized, or -sed. 

Organisme. Organism. 

Organite. Organite. 

Organogene. Organogen. 

Organogenesie, ou -g6nie. Organo- 
genesis, or -geny. 

Organogenique. Organogenic. 

Organogeniste. Organogenist ; Person 
who studies organogeny. 



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Organographie, ou -phisme. Organo- 
graphy, or -phism. 

Organographique. Organographie. 

Organoide. Organoid. 

Organoleptique. Organoleptic. 

Organologie. Organology. 

Organo-m^tallique. Organo-metallic. 

Organopathie. Organopathy. 

Organopathique. Organopathie. 

Organopathisme, ou -pathologisme. 
Organopathism ; Organo-pathology. 

Organoplastie. Organoplasty. 

Organoplastique. Organoplastie. 

Organopo^tique. Organopoietic. 

Organoscope. Organoscope ; Endo- 
scope. 

Organoth^rapie. Organotherapy. 

Organozoouomie. Study of animal 
organisation. 

Orgauule. Organule ; Organite. 

Orgasme. Orgasm. 

Orgastique. Orgastic. 

Orge. Barley. 

Orge perl^. Pearl barley. 

Orgeat. Orgeat. 

Orgelet ; Orgeolet. Stye ; Hordeolum. 

Orgueilleux, -euse. Said of a patient 
afifected with the monomania of 
pride. 

Orichalque. Brass ; Orichalcum ; Ori- 
chalch. 

Orifice. Orifice. 

Origan. Origanum. 

Origiue. Origin. 

Orme. Elm. 

Omithoc^phale. Ornithocephalous. 

Omithogale. Ornithogalum. 

Omithoide. Ornithoid. 

Omithologie. Ornithology. 

Ornithologist. Ornithologist. 

Omithotomie. Ornithotomy. 

Orobe. Orobus ; Bitter-vetch. 

Orographic. Orography. 

Oronge. Orange-agaric. 

Oronge. Fausse-. Amanita muscaria. 

Orpiment. Orpiment. 

Orpin. Orpine. [diarrhoea. 

Orrhoch^zie. Orrhochezia ; Serous 

Orrhocyste. Orrhocyst ; A serous cyst. 

Orrhorrhee. Orrhorrhea, or -cea. 

Orseille. Orseillin ; Rocellin ; Rubidin. 

Orsellinique ; Orsellique. Orsellinic. 

Orteil. Toe. 

Orthoc^phale. Orthocephalous. 

Orthodactyle. Orthodactylous. 

Orthodontosie. Orthodontosy. 

Orthognathe. Orthognathous. 

Orthognathic, ou -thisme. Ortho- 
gnathy, or -thism. 



Orthomorphie. Orthomorphia. 

Orthopedic. Orthopedia, or -psedia. 

Orthop^diquc. Orthopedic, or -paedic. 

Orthopediste. Orthopedist, or -paedist. 

Orthophonie. Orthophonia. 

Orthophr^nie. Orthophrenia ; Sanity. 

Orthopn^e. Orthopnea, or -oea. 

Orthoptere. Orthopterous, adj. ; Or- 
thoptera, s.pl. 

Orthopteroide. Resembling an orthop- 
terous insect. 

Orthoscope. Orthoscope. 

Orthoscopiquc. Orthoscopic. 

Orthosomatique. Orthopedics, or 
-psedics. 

Orthotrope. Orthotropous. 

Ortic. Nettle. 

Orti6, -^c. (l)Urtical; (2) Resembling 
the blisters produced by nettles. 

Orvale. Sage (Botany). 

Orvi^tan. Orvietan. 

Oryzivore. Fed on rice. 

Os. Bone ; Os {genitive ossis, 'pl. ossa). 

Osch^itc. Oscheitis. 

Oscheocele. Oscheocele. 

Oscheochalasie. Oscheochalasis. 

Oscheolithe. Oscheolith. 

Osch^omc ; Osch6oncie. Oscheoncus. 

Osch^oplastie. Oscheoplasty. 

Oscillant, -ante. Oscillating. 

Oscillation. Oscillation ; Vibration. 

Oscillatoire. Oscillatory. 

Oscitant, -ante. Oscitant ; Yawning. 

Oscitation. Oscitation ; Morbid yawn- 
ing. 

Oscule. Oscule ; Osculum. 

Oseille. Sorrel. 

Osier. Osier. 

Osmatique. Osmatic. 

Osmazome. Osmazome. 

Osmhidrose ; Osmidrose. Osmidrosis. 

Osmiamique. Osmiamic. 

Osmicux. Osmious. 

Osmique. Osmic. 

Osmium. Osmium. 

Osmometre. Osmometer. 

Osmose. Osmose ; Osmosis. 

Osmotique. Osmotic. 

Osphr^siology. Osphresiology. 

Ossature. Ossature ; Skeleton. 

Oss^ine. Ossein. 

Ossclct. Ossicle ; Osselet. 

Ossclets de Tonic. Ossicles of the tym- 
panum. 

Ossement. Bone of a dead body or of 
a dead animal. 

Osseuz, -euse. Osseous ; Bony. 

Ossiculc. Ossicle ; Sesamoid bone. 

Ossiferc. Ossiferous. 



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Ossification. Ossification. 

Ossifi6, -6e. Ossified. 

Ossifluent, -ente. Ossifluent. 

Ossiforme. Ossiform. 

OssiTore. Ossivoroua. 

Ostagre. Ostagra ; Bone forceps. 

Osteal, -ale. Osteal ; Osseous. 

Ostealgia. Ostealgia ; Ostalgia. 

Osteaunore. Set of teeth in ivory that 
is supposed to carry no smell. 

Osteide. Osteide. 

Ost^ique. Osteal. 

Ost^ine. Ostein. 

Osteite. Osteitis. 

Osteo-axthrite. Osteo-arthritis. 

Ost^o-atherome. Osteo-atheroma. 

Osteoblaste. Osteoblast. 

Osteocampsie. Osteocampsia. 

Osteocele. Osteocele. 

Osteochondrophyte. Osteochondroma. 

Osteoclasie. Osteoclasia, or -sis. 

Ost^oclasie, -6e. That has undergone 
osteoclasis. 

Ost^oclaste. Osteoclast. 

Ost^ocoUe. Osteocolla ; Bone-glue. 

Ost^ocope. Osteocope. 

Osteocystolde. Osteocystoid. 

Osteoderme. Osteodermous, or -der- 
matous. 

Ost^odermie. Osteodermia. 

Ost^odermique. Osteodermous. 

Ost^odiastase. Osteodiastasis. 

Osteodynia. Osteodynia. 

Ost^oelcose. Ulceration of osseous 
tissue ; Osteoelcosis. 

Ost^ogene. Osteogenetic ; Osteogenic. 

Ost^og^nia. Osteogeny ; Osteogenesis, 
or -sy. 

Ost^og^niqua. Osteogenic. 

Ost^ographie. Osteography. 

Ost^oMa. Osteoid. 

Osteologie. Osteology. 

Osteolysa. Osteolysis. 

Osteomalacia. Osteomalacia. 

Osteoma. Osteoma. 

Ost^ometria. Osteometry. 

Ost^om^triqua. Osteometric. 

Ost^omy^lita. Osteomyelitis. 

Ost^omyla. Fragments of imperfectly 
developed bone, occasionally found 
in dermoid cysts of the ovary. 

Ost^onaura. Set of teeth made from 
the teeth of the hippopotamus. 

Ost^oncose. Osteoncosis ; Osteoncus. 

Ost^on^crosa. Osteonecrosis ; Ne- 
crosis of bone. 

Ost^onose. Osteonosus. 

Osteopathia. Osteopathy. [pedion. 

Osteopedion. Osteopedion ; Litho- 



Osteoperiosteite, ou -stite. Osteoperi* 
ostitis. 

Osteophone. Osteophone. 

Osteophsrta. Osteophyte. 

Osteoplaste. Osteoplast ; Osteoblast. 

Osteoplastie. Osteoplasty. 

Osteoplastique. Osteoplastic. 

Osteoporose. Osteoporosis. 

Osteopsathjrrosis. Osteopsathyrosis. 

Osteosaprie. Osteosapria (Alibert) ; 
Caries of bone. 

Osteosarcoma, ou -sarcose. Osteosar- 
coma ; Osteosarcosis. 

Osteoscierose. Osteosclerosis. 

Osteose. Osteosis ; Formation of bone. 

Osteospongiose. Osteospongiosis ; 
Spina- ventosa ; Osteospongioma. 

Osteosteatoma. Osteosteatoma. 

Osteostome. Having an osseous mouth. 

Osteotome. Osteotome. 

Osteotomie. Osteotomy. 

Osteotomise, -ea. Having undergone 
osteotomy. 

Osteotomista. Osteotomist. 

Osteotyla. Osteotylus ; Bone-callus. 

Osteotylosa. The production of exos- 
toses or of bone-callus. 

Osteozoaira. An animal that has bones ; 
Osteozoon. 

Ostial, -ala. Ostial. 

Ostiole. Ostiole ; Oscule. 

Ostioie, -ea. Having ostioles ; Ostio- 
late. 

Ostrace, -ea. Pertaining to oysters. 

Ostracin, -ine. Testaceous. 

Ostreal, -ala ; Ostreida. Pertaining to 
oysters. 

Ostreiforme. Having the form of an 
oyster. 

Ostreine. Ostrein. 

Otacoustique. Otacoustic ; Otacoustian. 

Otalgia. Otalgia, or -gy ; Earache, 

Otalgique. Otalgic. 

Otenchsrta. Otench5rte ; Aural syringe. 

Othelcose. Othelcosis. 

Othematoma. Othematoma. 

Othypersarcome. Othypersarcoma. 

Otiatrie. Otiatrics, s.pl. 

Otiatriqua. Otiatrie, adj. 

Oticodinie, ou -dinosa. Oticodinia ; 
Oticodinosis. 

Otiqua. Otic. 

Otite. Otitis. 

Otocepbale. Otocephalus (s), -lous [adj). 

Otocephalie. Otocephaly. 

Otocephalian, -ienna. Otocephalous 
{adj), -lus («). 

Otoconia. Otoconite ; Otoconium. 

Otocysta. Otocyst. 



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Otocystique. Otocystic. 

Otodynie. Otodynia. 

Otodjmique. Otodynie. 

OtograpMe. Otography. 

Otolithe. Otolith. 

Otologic. Otology. 

Otopathie. Otopathy. 

Otopathique. Otopathie. 

Otopi^xis. Otopiesis. 

Otoplastie. Otoplasty. 

Otopyorrh^e. Otopyorrhea, or -oea. 

Otorrhagie. Otorrhagia. 

Otorrhagique. Otorrhagie. 

Otorrhee. Otorrhea, or -cea. 

Otoscope. Otoscope. 

Otoscopie. Otoscopy. 

Ototechnie. The art of making instru- 
ments to remedy deafness ; Ototech- 
nics, s.pl. 

Ototomie. Ototomy. 

Ouate. Cotton-wool ; Padding. 

Oublie. Azymic bread. 

Oiile. Hearing ; The sense of hearing. 

Oules. Gills of fishes. 

Ouracal, -ale. Urachal. 

Ouraque. Urachus. 

Oiirari, ou -ry. Ourari ; Curare. 

Our^tique. (1) Urachal; (2) Phos- 
phoric. 

Oiirles ; Oreillons. Mumps. 

Oiirlet. Hem (literally). 

Ourlet du corps calleux. (1) The 
lateral margin of the corpus callosum ; 
(2) The convolution of the corpus 
callosum. 

Ourlien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
mumps. 

Ours. Bear. 

Outrage k la pudeur. Outrage to or 
on decency. 

Ouvert, -rte. Open. 

Ouverture. Opening ; Outlet. 

Ouvre-bouche. Gag and tongue spatula 
combined. 

Ovaire. Ovary. 

Ovalaire. Oval or nearly oval. 

Ovale. Oval. 

Ovarie. The monthly turgescence of 
the ovary. 

Ovarien, -ienne. Ovarian. 

Ovariocele, favte au lieu de Oariocele. 
Oariocele ; Ovariocele. 

Ovarioncie. Ovarioncus. 

Ovariotomie. Ovariotomy. 

Ovario-tubaire. Ovario-tubal ; Tubo- 
ovarian. 

Ovarique. Ovarie ; Ovarian. 

Ovarisme. Ovarism. 

Ovariste. Ovarist. 



Ovarite. Ovaritis. 

Ovariule. Oariule ; Corpus luteum. 

Ov6, -6e. Ovate. 

Ovicapsule. Ovicapsule ; Ovisac. 

Ovicelle. Ovicell. 

Oviducte. Oviduct; Fallopian tube, «. ; 

Oviferous, adj. 
Ovifere. Oviferous. 
Ovlfication. Ovification. 
Oviform. Oviform. 

Ovigene, et mieux, Oog^ne. Ovigenous. 
Ovill^, -6e. Like the excreta of the 

lamb. 
Ovipare. Oviparous. 
Oviparit^. The faculty of reproduction 

by eggs ; Oviparity. 
Ovisac. Ovisac. 
Oviscapte, et mieux, Ooscapte. Ovi- 

scapt ; Ovipositor. 
Ovisme. Ovism. 
Oviste. Ovist. 
Ovoblaste, et mieux, Ooblaste. Ovo- 

blast. 
Ovog^nie, et mieux. Oogenic. Ovo- 
genesis. 
Ovologie, et mieux, Oologie. Ovology ; 

Oology. 
Ovonite. Vitelline globe arising from 

the segmentation of the vitellus 

(Serres). 
Ovoplastie, et mieux, Ooplastie. Oo- 

plasty. 
Ovovivipare. Ovoviviparous. 
Ovoviviparisme ; Ovovivipaxit^. Ovo- 

viviparity. 
Ovulaire. Ovular ; Ovulary. 
Ovulation. Ovulation. 
Ovule. Ovule. 
Ovul^, -^e. Ovulate. 
Ovulifere. Ovuliferous. 
Ovuliforme. Ovuliform. 
Ovuligene, et mieux, Ovulipare. Ovuli- 

parous. 
Ovuligere. Ovuligerous. 
Ovulipare. Ovuliparous. 
Oxac^tique. GlycoUic ; Oxyacetic. 
Oxac6tylur^e. Hydantoic acid. 
Oxacide. Oxy-acid. 
Oxalantine, ou -thine. Oxalantin ; 

Leukoturic acid. 
Oxalate. Oxalate. 

Oxalhydrique ; Oxysaccharique. Sac- 
charic. 
Oxalique. Oxalic. 
Oxalis. Oxalis ; Wood-sorrel. 
Oxalurie. Oxaluria. 
Oxalurique. Oxalurie. 
Ozalyle. Oxalyl. 
Ozamide. Oxamid. 



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Oxamique. Oxamic. 

Ox^lseon. A medicine made with oil 
and vinegar. 

Ox^olat ; Ox4ol6. Acetolatum. 

Oxh^mique, mieux que Oxamique. 
Oxyhsemic ; Whose blood is oxy- 
genated. 

Oxyhydrique. Oxy hydrogen, s. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 

Oxyacauthine. Oxyacanthin. 

Oxyac^tique. Oxyacetic. 

Oxybase. Oxybase. 

Oxyc^phale. Oxycephalous (ad/), -lu8(s). 

Oxyc^phalie. Oxycephalia, or -ly. 

Oxychlorate. Perchlorate. 

Oxychlorique. Perchloric. 

Oxychlorure. Oxychlorid, or -de. 

Oxycrat. A mixture of water and 
vinegar. 

Oxycyanure. Oxycyanide. 

Oxydable. Oxidable ; Oxydable. 

Oxydant, -ante. Oxydant ; Oxidant. 

Oxydation. Oxidation. 

Oxyde. Oxid, or -de. 

Oxyd^, -6e. Oxidized, or -sed. 

Oxydo - chlorure. Oxychloride ; Oxy- 
chlorid. 

Oxydul6, -^e. Oxydulated. 

Oxy^cole. Oxyecoia ; Oxyekoia. 

Oxyemique. See Oxhemique. 

Oxygala. Oxygala. 

Oxygenable. Oxygenizable. 

Oxygenation. Oxygenation. 

Oxygene. Oxygen. 

Oxyg^ne, -^e. Oxygenated. 

Oxygeneses. Oxy genesis (Baumes) ; 
Any disease due to alteration of the 
normal quantity of oxygen in the 
blood. 

Oxygnathe. Oxygnathous. 

Oxyh^mique. See Oxhemique. 

Oxyh^moglobine. Oxyhemoglobin. 

Oxyhydrique. See Oxhydrique. 

Oxy-iodique. Oxyiodic. 

Oxy-iodure. Oxyiodide. 

Oxymel ; Oxymellite. Oxymel. 

Oxym^trie. Oxymetry. 

Oxjonuriate. Chlorate. 

Oxymuriatique. Chloric. 

Oxyodoute. Having long pointed teeth. 

Oxyope. Applied to the person having 
oxyopia. 

Oxyopie. Oxyopia, or -py. [-sphrasia. 

Oxyosphr^sie. Oxyosphresia, or 

Oxyph6nique. Acide-. Oxyphenic acid ; 
Pyrocatechin. 

Oxyphenol. Pyrocatechin. 

Oxjrphlogose, ou -phlegmasie. Oxy- 
phlegmasia ; Acute inflammation. 



Oxyphonie. Oxyphonia. 

Oxyprot^ine. Oxyprotein ; The pro- 
duct of the decomposition of the 
albuminoids. 

Ox3rreginie. Oxyregmia ; Acid eructa- 
tion. 

Oxyrrhamnine. Rhamnin. 

Oxyrrhodon. Mixture of vinegar and 
infusion of roses. 

Oxyrrhynque. Oxyrhine. 

Oxysaccharum. Oxysaccharum. 

Oxysel. Oxisalt. 

Oxyseptonique. Acide-. Nitric acid. 

Oxysitie. Oxysitia; Acidity of the 
stomach. 

Oxystome. Oxyrhine. 

Oxysulfure. Oxysulphuret ; Oxysul- 
phide. 

Oxjrtartre. Oxytartarus ; Acetate of 
potassium. 

Oxytocie. Oxytocia. 

Oxytocique. Oxytocic, or -cous ; That 
hastens parturition. 

Oxyure. Oxyuris. 

Ozsanore ; Ozanore. Dental prosthesis ; 
A set of teeth having no smell. 

Ozene. Ozena ; Ozeena. 

Oz^nique. Ozenic ; Ozaenic. 

Ozocerite, ou -kerite. Ozokerite. 

Ozone. Ozone. 

Ozon^, -6e. Ozonized, or sed. 

Ozonique. Pertaining to ozone; 
Ozonic. 

Ozonisation. Ozonization, or -sation. 

Ozonise, -^e. Ozonized, or -sed. 

Ozonometre. Ozonometer. 

Ozonom^trie. Ozonometry. 

Ozonometrique. Ozonoraetric. 

Ozonoscopique. Ozonoscopic. 

P.iE., ou P.E. For Parties egale8 = 
Equal parts. 

Pabulum vitse. Pabulum vitse (oxygen, 
respiration, food, etc.). 

Pachybl^pharose. Pachyblepharosis. 

Pachyc^phale. Pachycephalous, or -lie 
{adj), -lus (.y). 

Pachyc^phalie. Pachycephalia, or -ly. 

Pachydactylie. Pachydactylia. 

Pachydermatocele. Pachydermatocele. 

Pachydenne. Pachyderm, adj. and«.; 
Pachydermous, or -matous, adj. 

Pachydermie. Pachydermia. 

Pachydennique. Pachydermie. 

Fachym6ningite. Pachymeningitis. 

Psediatrie. Pediatrics ; Paediatrics ; 
Pediatry ; Paediatry. 

Fsediogen^se. The production of chil- 
dren. 



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Fsediometre. Paedometer ; Instrument 
for measuring an infant's height and 
weight. 

Psediophlysis ; Psedophlysis. Pedoph- 
lysis ; Paedophlysis. 

Faille. Straw. 

Pain. Bread. 

Pain azyme, ou k chanter. Unleavened 
bread. 

Pain bis. Brown bread. 

Pain blanc. White bread. 

Pain de coucou (Alleluia). Oxalis 
acetosella. 

Pain d'^pice. Gingerbread. 

Pain de gluten. Gluten bread. 

Pain de gruau. Bread made with the 
finest wheat-flour. 

Pain medicamenteuz. Medicated 
bread. 

Pain rassis. Stale bread. 

Pain tendre. New bread. 

Paire. Pair, 

Palais. Hard palate. 

Palamoud. An analeptic composed of 
cacao, rice, etc. 

Palataire ; Palatal, -ale. Palatal ; 
Palatic ; Palatine. 

Palatin, -ine. Palatine ; Palatal ; 
Palatic. 

Palatite. Palatitis. 

Palato - glosse. The Palato - glossus 
muscle, ,s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Palato-Iabial, -ale. Palato-labial. 

Palato - pharyngien, -ienne. Palato- 
pharyngeal, adj.; Palato-pharyngeua 
muscle, s. 

Palato-salpingien, -ienne. The Tensor 
palati muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Palato-staphylin. The Azygos uvulae 
muscle. 

Pale. Pale. 

Paleiforme. Paleiform. 

Pal^oethnologfie. Paleo-ethnology. 

Paleontologie ; Palseontologie. Paleon- 
tology. 

Paleozoique. Paleozoic. 

Paleron. Shoulder - blade of certain 
animals. 

Palette. Pallet ; (1) A kind of tray or 
large saucer made of tin to catch 
blood, pus, etc. ; (2) A wooden splint 
for the hand and forearm having 
separate pieces for each finger. 

Paleur. Paleness ; Pallor. 

Palicour^e. Palicourea. 

Palillo. Palillo. 

Palindromie. Palindromia. 

Paling^nesie. Palingenesis. 



Palladique. Pertaining to palladium. 

Palladium. Palladium. 

Pall^al, -ale. Pertaining to the pallium. 

Palliatif, -ive. Palliative. 

Palliation. Palliation. 

Pallium. Pallium. 

Palma-Christi. Ricin. 

Palmaire. Palmar, adj. ; Palmaria, .i. 

Falmaire cubitale, ou superficielle. 

Arcade-. The superficial palmar arch. 
Palmaire cutand. Palmaris brevis 

muscle. 
Palmaire grfile, long ou grand. Pal- 
maris longus muscle. 
Palmaire petit. The second Palmaris 

longus when it exists. 
Palmaire radiale, ou prof onde. Arcade - . 

The deep palmar arch. 
Palmatifide. Palmatifid. 
Palmatilobe, -^e. Palmatilobate. 
Palmatipartite. Palmatipartite. 
Palmatiseque, -^e. Palmatisect. 
Palmature. Palmature. 
Palme. Palm tree. 
Palme, -^e. Palmated ; Webbed. 
Palmetto. Palmetto. 
Palmier. Palm-tree. 
Palmiforme. Palmiform. 
Palmine. Ricinelaidin. 
PaUninerve. Palminerved. 
Palmipede. Palmiped. 
Palmi-phalangien, -ienne. Pertaining 

to the Lumbricales of the hand. 
Palmique. Palmic. 
Palmitine. Palmitin. 
Palmitique. Palmitic. 
Palmitolique. Palmitolic. 
Palmitone. Palmitone. 
Palmitonique. Palmitic. 
Palmitoxylique. Palraitoxylic. 
Palmoplantaire. Palmo-plantar ; Quad- 

rumanous. 
Palmure. Palmature. 
Palpation. Palpation. 
Palpe. Palp. 

Palpebral, -ale. Palpebral. 
Palp^bro-frontal, -ale. Fronto-palpe- 

bral, adj. ; The anterior part of the 

Occipito-frontalis muscle, s. 
Palper, s. Palpation. 
Palper, v. a. To feel ; To palp ; To 

finger. 
Palpitation. Palpitation. 
Palpo-cil. Palpocil ; Palpicil. 
Falthe. A species of senna. 
Paiudeen, -eenne. Paludal ; Paludine. 
Paludeux, -euse. Paludous. 
Paludique. Paludal. 
Paludisme. Paludism ; Impaludism. 



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PaluBtre. Palustral ; Paludal. 

P&moison. Lipothymia ; Swoon ; Faint- 
ing fit. 

Pampiniforme. Pampiniform. 

Panace, -^e. Of the nature of bread. 

Panache. Panacea. 

Panache anglaise. A mixture of mag- 
nesium carbonate and calcium car- 
bonate. 

Panache de Glauber. Glauber's salt. 

Panacee mercurielle. Calomel sub- 
limed nine times. 

Panach^, -ee. Of various colours. 

Panacone. Panacon. 

Panaire. Having the nature of bread. 

Panais. Parsnip. 

Panaquilone. Panaquilon. 

Panaxd. Crooked ; Turned inwards 
(Horse). 

Panaris. Panaris ; Whitlow. 

Panax. Panax ; Ginseng. 

Panchreste. Panchrestus ; Panacea. 

Panchronique. Of all periods. 

Panchymagogue. Panchymagogue. 

Panclastite. Panclastite (A fulminat- 
ing explosive). 

Pancreas. Pancreas. 

Pancr^atalgie. Pancreatalgia. 

Pancr^atemphraxls. Pancreatem- 
phraxis. 

Pancr^atico - duodenal, -ale. Pan- 
creatico-duodenal. 

Pancr^atico - spl^nique. Pancreatico- 
splenic. 

Pancreatine. Pancreatin. 

Pancr^atique. Pancreatic. 

Pancr^atite. Pancreatitis. 

Pancreatogene. Pancreatogen. 

Pancrene. That liquefies everything. 

Pandan6, -6e. Pertaining to the Pan- 
danus. 

Pandanus. Pandanus. 

Pand^mie. Pandemia. 

Pand^mique. Pandemic. 

Pandiculation. Pandiculation. 

Pandur6, -^e; Panduriforme. Pan- 
durate ; Panduriform. 

Pan^, -6e. Containing bread ; Made 
with bread. 

Pan6e. Eau-. Toast and water. 

Pangenese. Pangenesis. 

Pangium. Pangium. 

Pangue. Gunnera chilensis. 

Panhyph^mie. Diminution of all the 
constituents of the blood (plasma, 
corpuscles, etc.). 

Panic. Panicum ; Panic-grass. 

Panic6, -6e. Pertaining to panicum. 

Panicule. Panicle. 



Panicuie, -^e. Paniculate. 

Panification. Panification. 

Panique. Panic ; Sudden fright. 

Panne. (1) Pannus ; (2) Panniculus 
adiposus. 

Pannicule. Panniculus. 

Pannicule adipeuz. Panniculus adi- 
posus. 

Pannosite. Softness of the skin, as in 
panniculus adiposus. 

Pannus. Pannus. 

Panophthalmie. Panophthalmia, or 
-mitis. 

Panoptique. That can be adapted to 
see at any distance. 

Pansage. Grooming (horse, etc.). 

Pause. Paunch ; Belly ; Rumen ; The 
first stomach of a ruminant. 

Pansemenl. Dressing (wounds, etc.). 

Panspermie. Panspermia, or -my ; 
Panspermatism ; Panspermism. 

Panspermique. Panspermie. 

Panspermiste. Panspermist. 

Pantagogue. Pantagogue. 

Pantogamie. Pantogamy. 

Pantophobie. Pantophobia. 

Panuli, -^e. Brown like the crust of 
bread. 

Paon. Peacock. 

Pao-peirera. Bark of Geissospermum 
Iseve. 

Papalne. Papain. 

Papav^rac^es. Papaveraceee. 

Papaverine. Papaverin. 

Papav^rique. Papaverous ; Pertain- 
ing to poppies. 

Papav^rosine. A crystalline body ex- 
tracted from poppy capsules ; Pa- 
paverosin. 

Papayacd, -6e. Pertaining to the 
papaw. 

Papayer. Papaw. 

Papier. Paper. 

Papier bleu de toumesol. Blue litmus 
paper. 

Papier rouge de toumesol. Red litmus 
paper. 

Papilionac^, -^e. Papilionaceous. 

Papillaire. Papillar ; Papillary. 

Papille. Papilla ; Wart ; Pimple ; 
Pustule. 

Papilie, -6e. Papillate. 

Papilleux, -euse. Papillose. 

Papillifere. Papuliferous. 

Papilliforme. Papilliform. 

Papillome ; Papilloma. Papilloma. 

Papillon. Butterfly. 

Pappe. Pappus. 

Pappifere ; Pappophore. Pappiferous. 



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Fapulaire. Papular. 

Papulation. The production of papules. 

Papule. Papule. 

Papul6, -6e. Having papules ; Papu- 
liferous. 

Papuleux, -euse. Papulous, or -lose ; 
Papular. 

Papyrac^, -6e. Papyraceous, 

Papyrus. Papyrus. 

Parabanique. Parabanic. 

Parablaste. Parablast. 

Parabolain. Parabolan ; Parabolanus. 

Paracarpe. Paracarpium. 

Paracelcisme. The doctrines of Para- 
celsus. 

Paracentese. Paracentesis. 

Paracephale. Paracephalus. 

Paracephalie. Paracephaly. 

Parac6phalien, -ienne. Paracephalous. 

Paracmastique. Paracmastic. 

Paraconiciue. Paraconicin. 

Paracorolle. Paracorolla. 

Paracousie. Paracousia, or -sis ; Para- 
cusis, or -sia. 

Paxacyanogene. Paracyanogen. 

Paracyesie. Paracyesis ; Extra-uterine 
pregnancy. 

Paracynancie. Paracynanche. 

Paradidyme. Paradidjonis ; The organ 
of Giraldes. 

Para-^lectronomique. Contrary to the 
laws of electricity. 

Para-ellagique. Rufigallic. 

Paraffine. Paraffin. 

Parafibrine. Parafibrin. 

Parafumarique. Maleic. 

Parafusion. Parafusion (Leroux) ; The 
vitreous condition of certain salts 
when cooled suddenly. 

Paragen^sie. Paragenesis. 

Parageustie. Parageusia, or -sis, 

Paraglobuline. Paraglobulin. 

Paraglosse, y. Paraglossa ; Swelling 
or hypertrophy of the tongue. 

Paragnathe. Paragnathus (s), -thous 
(adj). 

Paragomphose, Paragomphosis, 

Paralactique. Paralactic. 

Paralalie. Paralalia. 

Paralampsie. Paralampsis, 

Paralbumine. Paralbumin, 

Paraldehyde. Paraldehyd. 

Paraldol. Paraldol. 

Parallaxe. Parallaxis ; Overriding of 
the ends of a fractured bone. 

Parall^lisye. The development of a 
pathogenic causation in proportion to 
the observed morbid manifestations, 

Paralogisme. Paralogism. 



Paralyse, -ee. Paralysed, or -zed, 

Paralyseur, Paralysant, or -zant. 

Paralysie. Paralysis, 

Paralytique. Paralytic. 

Paramagnetisme. Paramagnetism, 

Paramagnetique, Paramagnetic. 

Paramecie ; Parameciens. A species 
of ciliated infusoria. 

Parametre. Parametrium ; The con- 
nective tissue around the uterus. 

Parametrite. Parametritis. 

Paramide. Paramid. 

Paramidique ; Faramique, Paramic. 

Paramnesie. Paramnesia. 

Paramorphine. Paramorphin ; The- 
bain. 

Paranaphtalese ; Paranaphtaline. An- 
thracene. 

Parangjme. Abnormal morbid pheno- 
mena in angina. 

Paraniline. Paranilin. 

Paraomphalique. Paraumbilical ; Near 
the umbilicus. 

Paraovaire ; Parovaire. Parovarium. 

Para-ovarien, -ienne, ou -varique. 
Parovarian. 

Parapectine. Parapectin. 

Parapectique. Parapectic, 

Parapeptone, Parapeptone. 

Parapetale. Parapetal. 

Paraphasie. Paraphasia. 

Paraphimosis. Paraphimosis, or 
-phymosis. 

Paraphonie. Paraph onia. 

Paraphosphorique. Paraphosphoric. 

Paraphrasie. Paraphrasia ; Inco- 
herence of speech. 

Paraphren68ie. Paraphrenesis. 

Paraphrenitis. Paraphrenitis ; Para- 
phrenia. 

Paraphrosjnie. Paraphrosyne ; Deli- 
rium of fever. 

Paraphyse. Paraphysis. 

Paraplasma. Paraplasm. 

Paraplegic. Paraplegia. 

Paraplegique. Paraplegic, 

Parapleurisie. Pleurodynia ; Pleuro- 
pneumonia. 

Paraplexie. (1) Paraplexia ; (2) Slight 
apoplexy, 

Parapode. Parapodium, 

Parapophyse. Parapophysis. 

Parapoplexie. Torpor simulating apo- 
plexy ; Parapoplexy. 

Paraptere. Parapteron, or -rum. 

Paraquinanisol. Paraquinanisol, 

Pararthreme, Pararthrema,or -thresis ; 
Subluxation, 

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Parasitaire. Parasitic ; Caused by 
parasites ; Pertaining to parasites or 
to parasitism. 

Parasite. Parasite, s. ; Parasitic, 
Parasitical, adj. 

Parasiticide. Parasiticide. 

Parasitifere. That carries or nourishes 
parasites. 

Parasitique. Parasitic. 

Parasitisme. Parasitism. 

Parasitogenie. Parasitogenesis ; Para- 
sitogeny. 

Parasitogenique. Parasitogenic. 

Parasitophore. See Parasitifere. 

Parasorbique. Parasorbic. 

Parasphenolde. Parasphenoid, 

Parastate. Parastata ; Epididymis. 

Parastyle. Parastyle. 

Paratartrique. Paratartaric ; Racemic. 

Parathenar. Parathenar. 

Paratonnerre. Lightning conductor or 
rod. 

Paratopie. Paratopia ; Displacement. 

Paratrimme. Paratrimma ; Intertrigo. 

Parchemin. Parchment. 

Parchemin^, -6e. Resembling parch- 
ment ; Parchment (as an adj. ). 

Paregorique. Paregoric. 

Pareira. Pareira. 

Paremptose. Paremptosis. 

Parenc^phale. Parencephalus («), -lous 
{adj). 

Parencephalite. Parencephalitis ; Cere- 
bellitis. 

Parencephalocele. Parencephalocele. 

Parenchjrmateux, -euse. Parenchy- 
matous. 

Parenchyme. Parenchyma. 

Parepididyme. Parepididymis ; Para- 
didymis ; The organ of Giraldes. 

Par^sie. Paresis ; Slight paralysis. 

Paresthesie. Paresthesia. 

Par^tique. Paretic. 

Parfum. Perfume. 

Parh^lie. Parhelion. 

Paricine. Paricin. 

Paridigit^, -ee. Paridigitate. 

Paridine. Paridin. 

Paridol. Paridol. 

Pari^taire. Pellitory ; Parietary. 

Parietal, -ale. Parietal. 

Pari^tique. Parietic ; Chrysophanic. 

Parine. Parin ; Paridin. 

Paripenne, -ee. Paripinnate. 

Paristyphnine. Paristyphnin. 

Parity. Parity ; Equality. 

Parleur. Sounder (of a telephone). 

Parmentiere. Potato. 

Paroccipital. Paroccipital, s. 



Paroculaire. Having similar eyes. 

Parodontis. Parodontis ; Epulis. 

Paroi. Wall ; Partition ; Coat. 

Parole. Word ; Speech. 

Paromphalocele. Paromphalocele. 

Paronychie. Paronychia. 

Paroophore ; Paroophoron, ou -rum. 
Paroophoron. 

Parophthalmie. Parophthalmia. 

Paropie. Paropia. 

Faropsie. Paropsis. 

Parorchide. Affected with parorchi- 
dium. 

Parorchidie. Parorchidium ; Ectopia 
of the testicle. 

Parorchide - ent^rocele. Parorchido - 
enterocele. 

Parorganique. That which is adventi- 
tious in the economy. 

Parotide. Parotid gland ; Parotid, a. 

Parotidien, -ienne. Parotid, adj. 

Parotidite. Parotiditis ; Parotitis. 

Parotique. Parotic. 

Parotite. Parotitis ; Parotiditis. 

Parotoncie. Parotidoncus ; Mumps. 

Parovaire, ou -varium. Parovarium. 

Paroxjnatique. Pertaining to the days 
when paroxysms take place. 

Paroxysme. Paroxysm. 

Paroxystique. Paroxysmal ; Paroxys- 
mic. 

Part. (1) Parturition ; (2) Foetus ; 
Infant. 

Parth^nogenese. Parthenogenesis. 

Parthenogen^tique. Parthenogenetic. 

Partibilit^. The faculty of division 
into several parts ; Partibility. 

Partible. Susceptible of spontaneous 
division. 

Particulaire. That concerns particles. 

Particule. Particle. 

Partie. Organ ; Part ; Apparatus ; 
Region. 

Partiel, -ielle. Partial. 

Partite. Partite. 

Partition. Lobe ; Segment. 

Parturient, -iente. Parturient. 

Parturition. Parturition. 

Parulie. Parulis ; Gum-boil. 

Parvoline. Parvolin. 

Pas. Step ; Pace. 

Passage des sangles. The part at the 
back of the shoulder where the girth 
passes (Vet.). 

Passe. A part of the process of massage. 

Passe-campaue. Capellet (Vet.). 

Passe-fil. Cleft-palate needle ; Aneu- 
rysm needle ; Any instrument to 
pass a suture in a deep part. 



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Passereau. Sparrow. 

Passif, -ive. Passive. 

Passiflore. Passiflora ; Passion-flower. 

Passion. Passion. 

Passular. A paste made of raisins. 

Pasteque. Water-melon. 

Pastille. Pastil ; Pastille. 

Patchouly. Patcbouly. 

Fate. Paste. 

Pate de Socin. A paste composed of 
oxide of zinc and of a 1 in 10 solution 
of chloride of zinc (it should be made 
immediately before application). 

Patellaire. Patellar. 

Patelle; Rotule. Patella. 

Patellifonne. Patelliform. 

Patellule. Patellula. 

Pateux, -euse. Clammy ; Doughy. 

Path^tique. Pathetic, adj. 

Path^tique. Muscle-. The Superior 
oblique muscle of the orbit. 

Fath6tique. Nerf-. The fourth cranial 
nerve ; Pathetic nerve. 

Pathogene. Pathogenic ; Pathogenetic ; 
Pathogene. 

Pathog6n6sie ; Pathog^nie. Patho- 
genesis ; Pathogeny. 

Pathogenique. Pathogenic. 

Pathognomonie. Pathognomy. 

Pathognomonique ; Pathognostique. 
Pathognomonic ; Pathognostic. 

Pathologie. Pathology. 

Pathologique. Pathologic ; Patho- 
logical. 

Pathologiste. Pathologist. 

Pathonomie. Pathonomia. 

Pathononisme. The abuse of the 
formula of pathological laws. 

Pathopoese. Pathopoiesis. 

Pathopoetique. Pathopoietic. 

Patience. Patience (Botany). 

Patraque. Potato. 

Patte. Paw of animals. 

Patte d'oie. The region on the tibia 
where the Sartorius, the Semitendi- 
nosus, and the Gracilis are inserted. 

Paturon. Pastern (Vet.). 

Paucicellulaire. Paucicellular. 

Paucifiore. Pauciflorous. 

Paucifolie, -ee. Paucifolious. 

Pauciradi^, -6e. Pauciradiate. 

PauUinie. PauUinia. 

Paume. Palm of the hand. 

Paupiere. Eyelid. 

Pause. Pause ; Suspension ; Interval 
(heart-sounds). 

Pavilion. Pavilion ; The expanded ex- 
tremity of a catheter, sound, probe, 
bougie, etc. 



Pavilion de roreille. The external ear ; 

Pinna ; Auricle (ear). 
Pavilion de la trompe. Pavilion of the 

oviduct ; The fimbriae at the outer 

extremity of the oviduct ; Morsus 

diaboli. 
Pavimenteux, -euse. Pavement, adj. 

(as in Pavement epithelium). 
Pavot. Poppy. 

Pb. Symbol of lead (Plumbum). 
Pd. Symbol of Palladium. 
Peau. Skin. 
Peaucier, -iere, et inieux, Peaussier, 

-iere. Cutaneous. 
Peaussier du cou (Muscle). Platysma 

myoides. 
Peaussiers de la face (Muscles). The 

Superficial muscles of the face. 
Peaussier palmaire (Muscle). The 

Palmaris brevis muscle. 
P6brine. Pebrine. 
Peccant, -ante. Peccant ; Pathogenic ; 

Morbid. 
Peche. Peach. 
Pecheguera. A pulmonary affection of 

infants in South America. 
P^chyagre. Pechyagra ; Gout in the 

elbow. 
Pecquet. Citeme ou Reservoir de-. 

The receptaculum chyli. 
Pectase. Pectase. 
Pecteux, -euse. Pectous. 
Pectine. Pectin ; Pectine. 
Pectin^, s. The Pectineus muscle. 
Pectine, -ee, adj. Pectinate. 
Pectineal, -ale. Pectineal. 
Pectineux, -euse. Pertaining to pectin. 
Pectiniforme. Pectiniform. 
Pectique. Pectic. 
Pectoral, -ale. Pectoral. 
Pectoral. Muscle grand-. The Pec- 

toralis major. 
Pectoral interne. Muscle-. The Tri- 
angularis sterni. 
Pectoral. Muscle petit-. The Pector- 

alis minor. 
Pectoraux. Medicines prescribed in 

chest diseases. 
Pectoriloque. Pertaining to pector- 
iloquy. 
Pectoriloquie. Pectoriloquy, or -quism. 
Pectose. Pectose. 
P6dal, -ale. Pedal ; Pertaining to the 

foot. 
P^dal6, -6e ; P^daliforme. Pedate. 
P^darthrocace. Pedarthrocace. 
Pedatifide. Pedatifid. 
P^datiforme. Pedate. 
P6datipartite. Pedatipartite, 



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P^datis^qu^, -^e. Pedatisect. 

P^datrophie. Pedatrophy, or -pbia ; 
Psedatrophy, or -phia. 

P6d^rastie. Pederastia, or -ty ; Paede- 
rastia, or -ty. 

P^diaire. Pedal ; Pedate. 

P^dial, -iale. Attached to a foot or to 
a paw. 

P^dicellaire. Pertaining to pedicels, 
adj. ; Pedicellaria, s. 

P^dicelle. Pedicel ; Pedicel lus. 

P6dicell6, -6e. Pedicellate. 

P^diculaire. Pedicular ; Peduncular. 

F^dicule. Pedicle ; Pedicule. 

P^dicul^, -^e. Having a pedicule ; Pe- 
diculate. 

P^diculide. Pediculus. 

P^diculid^, -6e. Pertaining to a pedi- 
culus. 

P^diculisation. Natural or artificial 
formation of a pedicle. 

P^diculis^, -6e. That has undergone 
the formation of a pedicle. 

Pedicure. Pedicure ; Chiropodist. 

P^dieuz, -euse. Pertaining to the foot. 

Pedieuse. Artere-. The Dorsalis pedis 
artery. 

P^dieux. Muscle-. The Extensor brevis 
digitorum muscle. 

P6difere. Pediferous. 

P^diforme. Pediform. 

P^diluve. Pediluviura ; Foot-bath. 

Pedimane. Pedimanous. 

P^diocle. Pediocle. 

Pedionalgie. Pedionalgia. 

P^dipalpe. Pedipalp. 

P^dogenese. Pedogenesis ; Psedo- 
genesia. 

Pedonculaire. Peduncular. 

Pedoncule. Peduncle ; Pedunculus. 

PedonciU^, -^e. Pedunculated ; Pedun- 
culate ; Peduncled. 

P^doncul^en, -^enne. Pedunculous ; 
Having a peduncle. 

P^donculiforme. Pedunculiform ; 
Shaped like a peduncle. 

P^dotrophie. Pedi)trophy ; Paedotrophy. 

Pegmatique. Pertaining to coagula- 
tion ; Coagulant. 

Pegmine. The bufify coat of the blood- 
clot. 

P^gologfie. Pegology ; Balneology. 

Peigne. Comb. 

Peir^rine. Geissin ; Geissospermin. 

Pelade. Pelada ; Alopecia. 

Pelage. Pelage ; The hair, wool, or fur 
of a m tmmal. 

P^lagique. Pelagic ; Pelagian. 

P^largonlque. Pelargonic. 



Pelargonium. Pelargonium. 

P^lecolde. Securiform. 

Pelican. (1) Pelican (bird); (2) Pelican 
(forceps for the extraction of molar 

P^Iiome. Pelioma. [teeth). 

Peliose. Pelioais ; Purpura. 

Pellagraz^ine. Pellagracein. 

Pellagre. Pellagra. 

Pellagreux, -euse. Pellagrous. 

Pelleti^rine. Pelletierin. 

Pelliculaire. Pellicular. 

Pellicule. Pellicle ; Pellicula. 

Pellucide. Pellucid ; Transparent. 

Pelma. Pelma. 

P^loh^mie. A condition in which the 
blood is thick (Vet.) (Delafond). 

Pelopium. Pelopium (a metal of un- 
certain existence). 

P^lorie. Peloria. 

P^loris^, -^e. Pelorized, or -sed. 

P^losine. Cissampelin ; An alkaloid 
extract of cissampelos. 

Pelote. (1) The pad of a truss ; A pad 
or stuffing of lint ; (2) Blaze on a 
horse's forehead. 

Pelote intestinale. An intestinal ob- 
struction caused by an accumulation 
of food (Vet.). 

Peloton. Ball made of things wound 
round ; Glomerule. 

Pelotonn^, -^e. Wound into a ball. 

Pelotonnement. Pelotonnement (Ob- 
stetrics). 

Pelta. Apothecium. 

Pelt6, -^e. Peltate. 

Peltifonne. Peltiform. 

Peltinerve. Peltinerved. 

Peltolde. In the shape of a shield ; 
Peltoid ; Peltate. 

Pelvien, -ienne. Pelvic. 

Pelviforme. Pelviform. 

Pelvigraphie, cf heaucoup mieux, Pely- 
cographie. Pelvigraphy ; Pelyco- 
graphy. 

Pelvimetre. Pelvimeter ; Pelycometer. 

Pelvim^trie, et mieux, Pelycom^trie. 
Pelvimetry ; Pelycometry. 

Pelviologie, et mieux, Pelycologie. 
Pel V oology. 

Pelvi-p^ritonite. Pelviperitonitis. 

Pelvi-r^ctal, -ale. Pelvi-rectal. 

Pelvis (Squelette du bassin). Pelvis ; 
The bony framework of the pelvis. 

Pelvitomie, ef mieux, Pelycotomie. 
Pelvitomy; Pelviotomy; Pelycotomy ; 
Symphyseotomy. 

Pelvi-trochant^rien, -ienne. Pertain- 
ing to the pelvis and to the tro- 
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Pelyi-trochant^iiens. The Pyriformis, 
the Obturator internus, the Ubturator 
extemua, the Gemelli, and the Quad- 
ratus femoris muscles considered to- 
gether. 

Pelycographie . Pely cography. 

Pelycologie. Pelycology. 

Pelycometre. Pelycometer ; Pelvi- 
meter. 

Pelycom^trie. Pelycometresis ; Pelvi- 
metry. 

Pelycotomie. Pelycotomy ; Symphyseo- 
tomy, 

Pemphigode ; Pemphigolde. Pemphi- 
goid. 

Pemphigus ; Femphix. Pemphigus. 

Penchant. Inclination ; Propensity. 

Pendaison. Hanging on the gallows. 

Penetrant, -ante. Penetrating. 

Penetration. Penetration. 

Penicille, -ee. Penicillate. 

Penicillium, tt mieux, -Hum. Penicil- 
lium. 

P^nide. Barley-sugar. 

Penien, -ienne. Penial ; Penile. 

P^niforme. In the form of a penis. 

P^nil. The Mons veneris. 

penis ; "Verge. Penis. 

Penite ; Penitis. Penitis. 

Penitentiaire. Penitentiary. 

Pennaire. Pennate. 

Penne. Penna. 

Penue, -ee. Pennate. 

Pennifere. Penniferous. 

Penniforme. Penniform. 

Penninerve. Penninerved. 

Pennule. A small penna. 

Penombre. Penumbra. 

Pens^e. Pansy ; Heartsease. 

Pens^e. Thought ; Idea ; Belief ; Con- 
ception. 

Pentacoque. Pentacoccus. 

Pentadactyle. Pentadactylous. 

Pentadactylie. Pentadactylism. 

Pentadelphe. Pentadelphous. 

Pentamere. Pentamerous. 

Pentapetale. Pentapetalous. 

Pentaphylle. Pt^ntaphyllous. 

Pentasperme. Pentaspermous. 

Pentateuque chirurgical. The surgical 
Pentateuch ; Division of surgical 
diseases into five classes : Wounds, 
ulcers, tumours, dislocations, and 
fractures. 

Pepasme. The pepactic condition ; 
Pepasm, 

Pepastique. Pepastic. 

Pepie. Pip (Birds), 

Pepin. Kernel ; Pip {of fruit). 



Pepsine. Pepsin. 

Fepsinogene. Pepsinogen, 

Pepsis. Pepsis ; Digestion, 

Peptique, et non Pepsique, Peptic. 

Peptogene. Peptogen. 

Peptone. Peptone. 

Peptonique. Peptonic ; Peptonoid. 

Peptonurie. Peptonuria. 

Perac^phale. Peracephalus. 

Peracephalie. Peracephalia, or -ly. 

Perce-cr&ne. A kind of cephalotome. 

Perce - membrane. Perce - membrane 
(Obstetrics). 

Percement. Piercing, s. [ceptivity. 

Perceptibilite. Perceptibility ; Per- 

Perceptible. Perceptible. 

Perception. Perception. 

Perceptivity. Perceptivity. 

Perchlorate. Perchlorate. 

Perchlorique. Perchloric. 

Perchlorure. Perchloride. 

Perchromique. Perchromic. 

Perclus, -use. Impotent (with regard 
to movement) ; Unable to move. 

Perclusion. Perclusion. 

Percussion. Percussion. 

Percuteur. Percutor. 

Perdice, -^e ; Perdicid^, -^e. Pertain- 
ing to partridges. 

Perdrix. Partridge. 

P^reirine. Pereirin. 

Perennite. Perpetuity. 

Perfectionnement, The highest degree 
of development that can be obtained 
in a substance or in an action. 

Perfolie, -^e. Perfoliate. 

Perforant, -ante. Perforating ; Per- 
forative. 

Perforant. Muscle-. The Flexor pro- 
fundus digitorum (Perforans). 

Perforant de Casserius. Nerf-. The 
Musculo- cutaneous nerve (Perforans 
Casserii). 

Perforateur, -trice. That perforates ; 
Perforating, adj. ; Perforator, s. 

Perforatif, -ive. Perforative. 

Perforation. Perforation. 

Perfore, -^e. Perforated. 

Perform anterieur, ou lateral. Espace-. 
The anterior perforated space (cere- 
brum). 

Perform posterieur. Espace-. The pos- 
terior perforated space (cerebrum), 

Perfore, Muscle-. The Flexor sublimis 
digitorum (Perforatus). 

Perform de Casserius, Muscle-, The 
Coraco-brachialis muscle. 

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F6rianthe. Perianth ; Perianthium. 

P^rianth^, -6e. Perianthial. 

P6riart6rite. Periarteritis. 

F^riblaate. Periblast. 

P6ribl6ma. Periblem. 

P^riblepsie. Periblepsia, or -sis. 

P6ribole, a.f. Peribole ; Elimination. 

P6ribole, s.m. Envelope ; Covering. 

P^rical. Perical ; Fungus-foot ; Myce- 
toma. 

P^ricambium. Pericambium ; Phloem- 
sbeath. 

P^ricarde. Pericardium. 

P6ricardique. Pericardiac ; Pericardial ; 
Pericardian. 

P^ricardite. Pericarditis. 

P^ricarpe. Pericaip ; Pericarpium. 

P^ricarpial, -ale. Pericarpial ; Peri- 
carpic. 

P^ricarpien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
carpus. 

Pericarpolde. Pericarpoidal. 

P^ric6r6brite. Pericerebricity ; Poly- 
paresis. 

P^richsetium ; P^richete. Perichete ; 
Perichsetium. 

P^richsetial, -ale. Perichsetial. 

P6richondre. Perichondrium. 

P^richondrite. Perichondritis. 

P^richondrome. Perichondroma. 

P^iiclase. Periclasis ; A comminuted 
fracture. 

P^ricole. Perichaetium. 

P6ricolpite. Pericolpitis. 

Pericorneal, -ale. Pericorneal. 

P6ricrSjie. Pericranium. 

Pericyste. The layer of cellular vascular 
tissue that surrounds the true wall 
of a cyst. 

Pericystite. Pericystitis. 

Peridentaire. Peridental ; Periodontal. 

P6ridenne. Periderm. 

Peridesmique. Peridesmic. 

Perididyme. Perididymis. 

Perididjonite. Perididymitis. 

Peridiole ; Peridion, ou -ditun. Peri- 
dium. 

Periencephalite. Periencephalitis; 
Bell's disease ; Typhomania. 

Periencephalo - meniugite. General 
paralysis. 

Perierese. Perieresis ; Circular in- 
cision. 

Perigastrique. Perigastric. 

Perigene. That grows up all around ; 
That encloses in a cyst. 

Periglotte. Periglottis. 

Periglottique. Periglottic. 

Perigone. Perigonium. 



Perigynaire. Applied to the perigynoua 
condition. 

Perigyne {adj. et «.), ou -nium (s.). 
Perigyny, s. ; Perigynous, adj. 

Perigynique. Perigynous. 

Perigynium. Perigynium. 

Perih^patite. Perihepatitis. 

Perikeratique. Perikeratic. 

Perilymphe. Perilymph. 

Perimetre. Perimeter. 

P^rimetrite. Perimetritis. 

Perimysion ; Perimysium. Perimysium. 

Perineal, -ale. Perineal ; Perinaeal. 

Perinee. Perineum ; Perinaeum. 

Perineo - bulbaire. Perineo - bulbar ; 
Perinseo-bulbar. 

Perineocele. Perineocele ; Perinaeocele. 

Perineo - clitoridien. The muscular 
fibres surrounding the vagina ; Con- 
strictor vaginae, s. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Perineoplastie. Perineoplasty ; Peri- 
naeoplasty. 

P^rineorrhaphie. Perineorrhaphy ; Pe- 
ri naeorrhaphy. 

Perinephrite. Perinephritis. 

Perinephritique. Perinephritic. 

P^rinerf. Neurilemma. 

Perinevre. Perineurium. 

Perinevrite. Perineuritis. 

Perinucleaire. Perinuclear. 

Perinyctide. Perinyctis ; Epinyctis. 

Periode. Period. 

Periodeutie. Periodeusis ; Quackery. 

Periodicite. Periodicity. 

Periodique. Periodic ; Periodical. 

Periodontite. Periodontitis. 

Period3m.ie. Periodynia ; Severe pain. 

Perioecie. What would remain of a cell 
WMe the nucleus removed. 

Perione. The Decidua (Breschet). 

Perionyx. Perionyx. 

Periople. The external hard part of the 
hocf, of horns, etc. 

Periorbite. Periorbita ; The periosteum 
of the orbit. 

Periorchite. Periorchitis. 

Periostal ; Periosteique. Periosteal. 

Perioste. Periosteum. 

Perioste, -ee ; Periosteal, -ale ; P^ri- 
osteique. Periosteal ; Periosteous. 

Periosteite. Periosteitis ; Periostitis. 

Periosteo - mddullite. Periostitis and 
Medullitis (Gerdy). [(Albers). 

periosteophyte. Periosteophyte 

Periosteotomie. Periosteotomy. 

Periostique. Periosteal ; Periosteous. 

Periostite. Periostitis ; Periosteitis. 

Periostose. Periostosis. 



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Periostose, -^e. Affected with perios- 
tosis. 

P^riostracum. Periostracum. 

P^riotique. Periotic ; Around the ear. 

P^riovulaire. Periovular. 

Peripenien, -ienne. Peripenial. 

Perip^tale. Peripetalous. 

P^riphacite. Periphacitis ; Phacohy- 
menitis. 

Peripherie. Periphery. 

Peripherique. Peripheric ; Peripheral. 

Periphoranthe. Periphoranthium. 

Periphymosis. Periphymosis ; Periphi- 
mosis. 

Periplasme. Periplasm. 

Peripneumonie. Peripneumonia. 

Peripneumonique. Peripneumonie. 

Peripolaire. Peripolar. 

Periprocte. Periproct. [proctal. 

P^riproctique. Periproctic ; Peri- 

P^riproctite. Periproctitis. 

P^riprostatique. Periprostatic. 

Periptere, -ee. Peripterous. 

P6riptose. A sudden falling. 

Peripyeme. Peripyemia, or -aemia. 

Perirenal, -ale. Perirenal. 

P^risarque. Perisarc ; Periderm. 

P^risclerite. Episcleritis. 

P^riscopique. Peri^copic. 

P6riscyphisme. Periscyphism ; Scalp- 
ing (Ancient surgery). 

P^risperme. Perisperm. [spermic. 

Perisperme, -ee ; Perispermique. Peri- 

Perisplenite. Perisplenitis. 

Perispore. Perispore. 

Peristaltique. Peristaltic. 

Peristaltisme. Peristalsis. 

P^ristaphylin exteme, ou inferieur. 
The Tensor palati muscle. 

Peristaphylin interne, ou superieur. 
The Levator palati muscle. 

P^ristaphylo-pharyngien, -ienne. The 
Palato-pharyngeus muscle, «. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 

Peristeme. Peristem ; Perimeristem. 

Peristole. Perif-tole ; Peristalsis. 

Peristome. Peristome ; Peristoma ; 
Peristomium. [peristome. 

Peristome, -^e. Peristomal ; Having a 

Peristomien, -ienne ; Peristomique. 
Peristomial. 

Peristroma. Peristroma. 

Perisystole. Perisystole. 

Perisystolique. Perisystolic. 

Perithece ; Peritheque. Perithece ; 
Perithecium. 

P^rithoracique. Perithoracic. 

Peritoine. Peritrmeum, or -nseum. 

Peritomie. Peritomy ; Circumcision. 



Peritomiste. Peritomist ; Circumciser. 

Peritoneal, -ale. Peritoneal. 

P^riton^algie. Peritonealgia. 

P^ritondorrhagie. Haemorrhage from 
the jjeritoneum. 

Peritoneo -vaginal, -ale. Pertaining to 
the tunica vaginalis and to the peri- 
toneum. 

P^ritonie. Any and every affection of 
the iwritoneum. 

P^ritonisme. Peritonism. 

Peritonite. Peritonitis. 

Peritonitique. Peritonitic. 

P^ritonitisme. (1) The morbid de- 
pressed state of the system brought 
about by peritonitis ; (2) Predisposi- 
tion to peritonitis. 

P^ritracheen, -^enne. Peritracheal. 

P6ritreme. Peritrema, or -me. 

P^ritrope. Peritropal. 

P^rityphlite. Perityphlitis. 

Peri-ut6rin, -ine. Periuterine. 

Perivasculaire. Perivascular. 

Perivisceral, -ale. Perivisceral. 

Perkinisme. Perkinism. 

Perle. (1) Pearl ; (2) Albugo. 

Perie, -ee. Pearled ; Pearly. 

Permanent, -ente. Permanent. 

Permanganate. Permanganate. 

Permanganique. Permanganic. 

Permeabilite. Permeability. 

Permeable. Permeable. 

Permutation. Permutation. 

Pernicieux, -ieuse. Pernicious. 

Pemiciosite. The condition of that 
which is pernicious. 

Pemion. Pernio ; Chilblain. 

Pemitreux. Pernitrous. 

Pemitrique. Pernitric. 

Perocephale. Perocephalus. 

Peromoplastie. A plastic operation on 
a defective stump. 

Perone. Fibula ; Perone ; Peroneum. 

Peroneo-dactylien, -ienne. The Flexor 
longus digitorum (leg), s. ; Pertain- 
ing to it, adj. 

Peroneo - malleolaire. The external 
saphenous vein, s. ; Pertaining to 
the fibula and to the malleoli, adj. 

Peroneo-sous-phalangettien, - ienne. 
The Flexor longus pollicis (leg), s. ; 
Pertaining to it, adj. 

Peron^o - sous - tarsien, -ienne. The 
Peroneus longus, s. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Peroneo-sus-metatarsien, -ienne. The 
Peroneus brevis and the Peroneus 
tertius, s. ; Pertaining to either of 
them, adj. 

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F^ron^o - sus - phalangettien, -ienne. 

The Extensor longus digitorum (leg), 

■s'. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 
Feroneo-sus-phalangettien du pouce. 

The Extensor proi:)rius pollieis (leg). 
Peron^o-tibial, -ale. Peroneo-tibial, 

adj. ; Peroneo-tibialis, s. (anomalous 

muscle). 
Peronier, -iere. Peroneal ; Fibular. 
Peronier anterieur. Peroneus tertius 

muscle. 
Peronier (court) lateral. Peroneus 

brevis muscle. 
Peronier (long) lateral. Peroneus 

longus muscle. 
Peronospora. Peronospora. 
Peroxyde. Peroxid, or -de. 
Perpetuation. Perpetuation. 
Perrygine. A kind of tinea with 

furrows on the skin (Alibert). 
Persecuteur, -trice. Persecutory. 
Persecution. Persecution; Persecution - 

mania. 
Perseite. Perseite. 
Persel. Persalt. 
Persil. Parsley. 
Persistant, -ante. Persistent, 
Personnalite. Personality. 
Personn^, -de. Personate. 
Perspiration. Perspiration. 
Perspiratoire. Perspiratory, 
Perstriction. The application of very 

tight ligatures. 
Persulfure. Persulphide. 
Perte. Any haemorrhage from the 

uterus ; Flooding ; Menorrhagia ; 

Metrorrhagia. 
Perte blanche. Leucorrhea, or -oea ; 

Whites. 
Perte de connaissance. Loss of con- 
sciousness. 
Perte de substance. Loss of substance. 
Pertdrdbrant, -ante. Lancinating ; 

Shooting ; Stabbing ; Grinding (all 

applied to pain). 
Perte sdminale. Spermatorrhea, or 

-oea. 
Perturbateur, -trice. Disturbing ; 

Causing perturbation. 
Perturbation. Perturbation ; Restless- 
ness. 
Pertus, -use. Pertuse. 
Penile. Perule. 
Pdruvine. Peruvin. 
Pervenche. Periwinkle (Botany). 
Perversion. Perversion. 
Pesage. Weighing. 

Pesont, -ante. Heavy ; Weighty. ! 

Pesanteur. Weight. i 



Pese-acide. A kind of areometer. 

Pese-bdbd. An instrument to deter- 
mine and measure the growth of an 
infant by weighing it. 

Pesee. (1) Pressure exercised in re- 
ducing a dislocation, fracture, hernia, 
etc. ; (2) The result of weighing. 

Pese-lait. Galactometer ; Lactometer. 

Pese-liqueur ; Pese-sel. Areometer. 

Pesogne. Inflammation of the foot 
(cattle). 

Pessaire. Pessary. 

Peste. Plague ; Pesta ; Pest ; Pesti- 
lence ; Pestilentia. 

Peste bovine, ou cholerine des bceufs. 
Cattle-plague. 

Peste k bubons. Bubonic plague. 

Peste noire. Black plague. 

Pestifere. Pestiferous. 

Pestifdr6, -ee. Affected or infected 
with plague. 

Pestilence. Pestilence ; A pestilential 
condition. 

Pestilentiel, -elle. Pestilential ; Pesti- 
lent. 

Pdtale. Petal. 

Pdtaloide. Petaloid. 

Pdtarura, ou -arkura. Chaulmugra. 

P6tasite. A species of tussilago. 

petechial, -ale. Petechial. 

P6t6chianose. Petechianosis. 

P6t6chie. Petechia. 

Pdtiolaire. Petiolar ; Petiolary. 

Petiole. Petiole. 

Petiole, -6e. Petiolate ; Petiolaceous. 

Petiol6en, -denne. That comes from 
the degeneration of a petiole. 

Petiolule. Petiolule. 

Petioluie, -de. Petiolulate. 

Petit, -ite. Small. 

Petit lait. Whey. 

Petivdrie. Petiveria. 

Petrd, -de. Petrous. 

Petrdal. The petrous bone ; The 
petrous portion of the tem^wral as 
a separate bone. 

Petreux, -euse. . Petrous ; Stony ; Pe- 
trosal. 

Petricole. Petricolous. 

petrification. Petrifaction ; Petrifica- 
tion ; Calcification ; Calcareous in- 
crustation. 

petrissage. Petrissage ; A form of 
massage. 

Petrole. Petroleum. 

Petroline. Petrolin. [toid. 

Petro-mastoidien, -ienne. Petromas- 

Petro-occipital, -ale. I'etrooccipital ; 
Petroccipital. 



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Petro-pharyngien, -ienne. Petropharyn- 

geal, adj. ; Petropharyngeua, *■. 
Petrosal. The part of the petrous 

portion of the temporal that contains 

the labyrinth. 
P^tro - salpingo - pharyngien, -ienne. 

The pharyngeal portion of the Levator 

palati, .s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 
Petro-salpingo-staphylin, -ine. The 

Levator palati, s. ; Pertaining to it, 

adj. 
Petro- sphenoidal, -ale. Petrosphenoid. 
Petro-staphylin, -ine. Petrostaphy- 

linus ; The Levator palati, .v. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 
Peuc^dan. Peucedanum. 
Peuc^danin, -ne, on -nite, Peucedanin. 
Peucyl. Terebilen. 
Peuplier. Poplar. 

Phacite ; Phacitis. Phacitis ; Phakitis. 
Phacohydropisie. Phacohydropiesis. 
Phacohymenitis. Phacohymenitis. 
Phacoide. Phacoid. 
Phacomalacie. Phacomalacia. 
Phacometre. Phacometer. 
Phacopyosis. A fictitious suppuration 

of the crystalline lens. 
Phacosclerose. Phacosclerosis. 
Phag^denique. Phagedenic, or -senic. 
Phagedenisme. Phagedena, or -aena. 
Phagocyte. Phagocyte. 
Phagocytose. Phagocytosis. 
Phalacre. Having a smooth body. 
Phalacrose. Phalacrosis ; Phalacra ; 

Phalacroraa ; Baldness. 
Phalange. Phalanx {pi. Phalanges). 
Phalangette. Phalangette ; Phalanget ; 

An ungual phalanx. 
Phalangien, -ienne. Phalangeal ; Pha- 

langean ; Phalangic. 
Phalangine. Phalangine ; A second 

phalanx. 
Phalangino - phalangettien, - ienne. 

Between the phalangine and the 

phalangette. 
Phalangose. Phalangosis (a disease 

of the eyelids. 
Phallite. Phallitis. 
Phallocrypsie. Phallocrypsis. 
Phallodynie. Phallodynia. 
Phalloide. Phalloid. 
Phallorrhagie. Phallorrhagia. 
Phallorrhee. Phallorrhea, or -oea. 
Phallus. Phallus ; Penis. 
Phanere. An evident and persistent 

outgrowth of the skin (hair, teeth, 

etc.) (De Blainville). 
Phanerique. Pertaining to Phanere 

iq.V.). 



Phanerobiotique. Phanerobiotic. 

Phan^rogame. Phanerogamous. 

Phanerogamie. Phanerogamia, 

Phan^rogene. Phanerogeuous. 

Phanerogenete. Phanerogenetic. 

Phanerophore. Having Phaneres {q.>\). 

Phantasme. Phantasm. 

Pharmaceutique. Pharmaceutic ; Phar- 
maceutical. 

Pharmacie. Pharmacy. 

Phaimacien. Apothecary ; Chemist 
and druggist. 

Pharmacochymie. Pharmacochymia ; 
Pharmaceutical chemistry. 

Pharmacodynamique. Pharmacody- 
namics, pL 

Pharmacologie. Pharmacology. 

Pharmacopee. Pharmacopeia, or -poeia, 

Pharmacopoese. The preparation of 
drugs. 

Pharmacopole. Pharmacopolist. 

Pharmacoposie. Pharmacoposia. 

Pharyng^, -ee ; Pharyngien, -ienne. 
Pharyngeal. 

Phar3nigisnie. Pharyngismus. 

Pharyngite. Pharyngitis. 

Pharyngo-buccinateur, -trice. Pertain- 
ing to the Pharynx and to the Buc- 
cinator. 

Phar3ragocele. Pharyngocele. 

Phar3rago-condylien, -ienne. Pertain- 
ing to the pharynx and to the occi- 
pital condyles. 

Pharyngo-glosse, ou -glossien, -ienne. 
( 1 ) Pharyngo -glossal, adj. ; (2) Glosso- 
pharyngeus (a portion of the superior 
constrictor), s. ; (3) Pharyngo-glossus 
(muscle of the lower animals corre- 
sponding to the Palato-glossus in man. 

Pharjmgographie. Pharyngography. 

Pharyngologie. Pharyngology. 

Pharyngoscope. Pharyngoscope. 

Pharyngo- staphylin, ine. Pharyngo- 
staphyleus, or -linus ; Palatopharyn- 
geus, v. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Pharyngotome. Pharyngo tome. 

Pharyngotomie. Pharyngotomy. 

Pharynx. Pharynx. 

Phase. Phase ; Period ; Phasis. 

Fhas^omannite. Phaseomannite ; Ino- 
site. 

Phellandre, ou -drie. Water-hemlock. 

Phellandrine. Alkaloid of the seeds of 
water-hemlock. 

Phenacetine. Phenacetin. 

Phenate. Phenate. 

Phene. Benzine. 

Phen^thol. Phenetol. 

Phenicine. Phenicin. 

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Fh^nigme. Phenigmus ; Rubefaction. 

Ph^nique. Phenic ; Carbolic. 

Phenique, -ee. Containing phenic acid. 

Fhenoique. Acide-. Impure benzoic 
acid. 

Phenol. Phenol. 

Phenolamine. Anilin ; Phenylia. 

Ph^nolphtaleine. Phenolphtalein. 

Phenomene. Phenomenon ; pL, Phe- 
nomena. 

Phenom^nisation pathologique. Mani- 
festation of a normal phenomenon 
under a morbid form. 

Phenom6nisme. The doctrinal coordi- 
nation of evident phenomena. 

Ph^noquinone. Phenoquinone. 

Pheno-salyl. An antiseptic mixture 
composed of carbolic, salicylic and 
lactic acids, and menthol (J. de 
Chri.'itmas). 

Ph^nose. Phenose. 

Phenyle. Phenyl. 

Phenylene. Phenylene. 

Phenylique. Phenylic. 

Philiatre. Philiater. [living. 

Philobiosie. Love for that which is 

Philocome. An ointment containing 
extract of cinchona. 

Philogeniture. Love for children. 

Philonium. An electuary containing 
opium. 

Philopatridalgie. Philopatridalgia ; 
Nostalgia. 

Philosophe. Philosopher. 

Philosophie. Philosophy. 

Philosophique. Philosophic ; Philoso- 
phical. 

Philtre. (1) Philtrum (depression on 
upper lip under the septum of the 
nose) ; (2) Philter. 

Phimosis. Phimosis ; Phymosis. 

Phl^barterie. Phlebarteriectasia ; Va- 
ricose aneur3sm. 

Phl^bectasie. Phlebectasia, or -sis ; 
Venous dilatation. 

Phl^benterisme. Hypothesis (Quatre- 
fages) that when an apparatus carry- 
ing on a function disappears from 
the economy the functicm it accom- 
plishes does not disappear. 

Phleb6vrysme. Phlebeurysma ; Varix. 

Phlebite. Phlebitis. 

Phlebographie. Phlebography. 

Phlebolithe. Phlebolith ; Phlebolite. 

Phlebologie. Phlebology. 

Phl^bomalacie. Phlebomalacia ; Soften- 
ing of Veins (Lobstein). 

Fhl^bopalie. Phlebopaly ; Venous pul- 
sation. 



I Phl^borrhagie. Phleborrhagia ; Venous 

hsemorrhage. 
I Phlebotome. Phlebotome. 

Phlebotomie. Phlebotomy. 

Phlebotomiste. Phlebotomist. 

Phlegma salsum. Leprosy. 

Phlegmagogue. Phlegmagogue. 
I Phlegmasie. Phlegmasia. 

Phlegmasique. Phlegmasie. 

Phlegmatia alba dolens. Phlegmasia 
alba dolens. 

Phlegmatie. (Edema ; Anasarca. 

Phlegmatique. Phlegmatic. 

Fhlegmatorrhagie. Phlegmatorrhagia ; 
Phlegmatorrhea, or -cea. 

Phlegme. Phlegm. 

Phlegmon. Phlegmon. 

Phlegmoneux, -euse. Phlegmonous. 

Phlegmorrhagie. Phlegmorrhagia ; 
Phlegmorrhea, or -oea. 

Fhlogistique. Phlogistic ; Inflamma- 
tory. 

Phlogistique, -^e. Phlogisticate ; Com- 
bustible ; Non-oxidised, or -zed. 

Phlogiston. Phlogiston. 

Fhlogogene. Hydrogen, s. ; Phlogo- 
genous, adj. 

Phlogog^uetique. Phlogogenic, or 
-genous. 

Phlogopyre. Phlogopyra. 

Phlogose. Phlogosis ; Inflammation. 

Phlogose, -ee. Inflamed. 

Phloorrhetine. Phloretin. 

Phloorrhetique. Phloretic. 

Phloorrhizine. Phloridzin ; Phlorizin ; 
Phlorrhizin. 

Phlorol. Phlorol. 

Phlyctene. Phlyctena ; Blister ; Vesicle. 

Phlyctenogene. Producing blisters. 

Phlyct^noide. Phlyctenoid. 

Phlyctenose. Phlyctenosis. 

Phlyct^nulaire. Phlyctenular. 

Phlyctenule. Phlyctenula. 

Phlyzacie ; Phlyzacium. Phlyzacion ; 
Phlyzacium. [cion. 

Phlyzaci^, -^e. Affected with phlyza- 

Fhoc^nine. Phocenin ; Trivalerin. 

Phocomele. Phocomelus. 

Phocomelie. Phocomelia. 

Phoenicine. Phoenicin. 

Phoenigme. Phujnigmus ; Phenigmup. 

Phoenodiue. Phcenodin ; Hsematin. 

Phonant, -ante. Phonal. 

Phonascie. Phonascetics. 

Phonateur, -trice. Phonatory. 

Phonation. Phonation. 

Phonautographe. Phonautograph. 

Phonetique. Phonetic, adj. ; Phonetics, 
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Phonique. Phonic, adj. ; Phonics, H.pl. 
Phonocamptique. Phonocamptic, adj. ; 

Phonocamptics, s.pl. 
Phonographe. Phonograph. 
Phonometre. Phonometer. 
Phonospasmie. Phonospasm ; Phonic 

spasm. 
Phoque. Seal. 
Phoranthe. Phoranthium ; Clinan- 

thium. 
Phorone. Phorone. 
Phoronomie. Phoronomia, or -my ; 

Phoronomics ; Kinematics ; Me- 
chanics. 
Phosact^on. Otoscope (Bonnafont). 
Phosgene. Phosgen ; Phosgene. 
Phosphame. Phospham (Gerhardt). 
Phosphammine. Phosphin. 
Phosphate. Phosphate. 
Phosphate, -6e. Containing phosphates. 
Phosphatique. Phosphatie. 
Phosphaturie. Phosphaturia. 
Phosphene. Phosphene. 
Phosphine. Phosphin. 
Phosphite. Phosphite. 
Phosphog^nie. Phosphorogeny ; The 

production of phosphorescence. 
Phosphog6nique. Phosphorogenic. 
Phosphoglycerate. Phospho-glycerate. 
Phosphoglycerique. Phospho-glyceric. 
Phospholeine. Phospholein ; Powder 

composed of bones and marrow of 

the ox. 
Phosphore. Phosphorus. 
Phosphor^, -^e. Phosphorated ; Phos- 

phorized, or -sed. 
Phosphor^nese. Phosphorenesis 

(Baumes). 
Phosphorescence. Phosphorescence. 
Phosphorescent, -ente. Phosphorescent. 
Phosphoreux, -euse. Phosphorous. 
Phosphorique. Phosphoric. 
Phosphorisme. Phosphorisra. 
Phosphorog^nie. Phosphorogeny. 
Phosphorog^nique. Phosphorogenic. 
Phosphoroscope. Phosphoroscope (Bec- 

querel). 
Phosphovinique, ou -vineux. Acide-. 

Phosphorated oxide of ethyl (Las- 



Phosphure. Phosphid, or -de. 
Photo-chimique. Photo-chemic 
Photogene ; Photog^n^tique. Photo- 
genic ; Photogenous. 
Photogenie. The evolution of light. 
Photog^nique. Photogenic. 
Photographle. Photography. 
Photomagn^tique. Photoniagnetie. 
Photometre. Photometer. 



Photom^trie. Photometry. 

Photom^trique. Photometric, 

Photophobe. Photophobic, adj. ; Per- 
son affected with photophobia. 

Photophobie. Photophobia. 

Photophone. Photophone. 

Photophore. Photophore. 

Photophyge. Lucifugal. 

Photopsie. Photopsia, or -sy. 

Photosantonine. Photosantonin. 

Photosantonique. Photosantoninic. 

Phr^n^sie. Phrenesis ; Frenzy ; De- 
lirium ; Insanity. 

Phr^n^tique. Phrenetic. 

Phr^nique. Phrenic. 

Phr^nisme. Phrenismns ; Phrenesis. 

Phr^nite. Phrenitis. 

Phr6nitis. Phrenesis. 

Phreno-gastrique. Phrenogastric. 

Phr^no-glottisme. Phrenoglottismus, 

Phr^nographe. Phrenograph. 

Phrenologie. Phrenology. 

Phrenopathie. Phrenopathy ; Psycho- 
pathy. 

Plureno-splenique. Phrenosplenic. 

Phrigode ; Phricode. Frigid ; Pertain- 
ing to shivering. 

Phtalate. Phthalate. 

Phtal^ine. Phthalein. 

Phtaline. Phthalin. 

Phtalinique ; Ptalique. Phthalic. 

Phthartique. Pathogenic ; Deleterious. 

Phthiriase. Phthiriasis ; Pediculosis, 

Phthisie; Phtisie. Phthisis. 

Phti- ou Phthisiologie. Phthisiology. 

Phti- ou Phthisiophobie. Phthisio- 
phobia. 

Phti- ou Phthisique. Phthisical. 

Phti- ou Phthisurie. Phthisuria. 

Phtore, ou Phthore. Phthora ; Fluorin. 

Phtorique, ou Phthorique. Phthoric ; 
Hydrofluoric. 

Phycine ; Phycite. Erythrol. 

Phycochrome. Phycochrome. 

PhycocoUe. Gelose. 

Phycocyane. Phycocyanin. 

Phyco-erythrine. Phycoerythrin. 

Phycoh^matine. Phycohematin, or 
-hsematin. 

Phycologie. Phycology. 

Phycomycete. Phycomyces. 

Phycophseine ; Phycopheine. Phyco- 
phaein. 

Phycosteme. Paraphysis. 

Phycoxanthine. Phycoxanthin. 

Phygethlon. Phygethlon ; An inflam- 
matory nodule of the skin. 

Phylactere. Phylactery. 

Phyllanthe, -6e. Phyllanthous. 



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Phyllanthus. Phyllanthus. 

Phyllocyanine. Phyllocyanin. 

Phyllode. Phyllodium. 

Phylloide. Phylloid. 

Phylloma. Phyllome. 

Phyllomanie. Phyllomania. 

Phyllophage. Phyllophagous. 

Phyllopode. Phyllopode. 

Phylloxanthine. Phylloxanthin. 

Phylloxera. Phylloxera. 

Phylloxerien, -ienne. Pertaining to 
the phylloxera. 

Phyllule. Phyllula. 

Phylog^nie. Phylogenesis ; Phylogeny. 

Phylon ; Phylum. Phylum. 

Phymatoide. Phymatoid. 

Phymatose. Phymatosis. 

Phyme ; Phjmiie. Phyma. 

Physalide. Physalide. 

Physaline. Physalin. 

Physalis. Physalis. 

Physaloide. Vesicular. [terica. 

Physconie. Physconia ; Tabes mesen- 

Physicisme. The excessive employment 
of explanations derived from physics 
to interpret organic phenomena ; 
Physicism. 

Physico-chimique. Physico-chemic. 

Physiog^nie. Physiogeny ; Physio- 
genesis, [genetic. 

Physiogenique. Physiogenic ; Physio- 

Physiognomonie. Phy siognomonics,^/. ; 
Physiognomy. 

Physiognomonique. Physiognomonic. 

Physiognosie. Knowledge of nature ; 
Science of nature. 

Physiographie. Physiography ; De- 
scription of natui'al objects. 

Physiologie. Physiology. 

Physiologique. Physiologic, or -ical. 

Physiologisme. Physiologism. 

Physiologiste. Physiologist. [nomy. 

Physionomie. Physiognomy ; Physio- 
Physique, s.f. Physics, pi. 

Physique, s.m. Physical structure ; 
Natural constitution or exterior of 
the human being. 

Physique, adj. Physical. 

Physocele. Physocele. 

Physoc^phale. Physocephalus. 

Physode ; Physolde. Physode. 

Physodine. Physodin. 

Physoelide. A name given by Virchow 
to little bodies that exist in the epi- 
thelial proliferations of the villi of 
the chorion when the villi themselves 
are obliterated ; these bodies are 
pediculated, pyriform, and full of 
liquid ; Physoelides. 



Physometre ; Physometrie. Physo- 

metra. 

Physostigma. Physostigma. 

Physostigmine. Physostigmin. 

Physothorax. Physothorax. 

PhyteumacoUe. Vegetable albumin. 

Phytiphage. Phytophagous. 

Phytoalop6cie. Phyto-alopecia ; Alo- 
pecia areata. 

Phytobiologie. Phytobiology. 

Phytoblaste. Phytoblast. 

Phytochimie. Phytochemistry. 

Phytochrome ; Phytochromule. I'hyto- 
chrome. 

Phytocyste. I^hytocyst. 

Phytogenesie ; Phytog^nie. Phyto- 
genesis ; Phytogeny. 

Phytog^nique. Phytogenetic. 

Phj^ographie. Phytography ; Botany. 

Phytoide. Phytoid. 

Phj^olaccin. Phytolaccin. 

Phytolaccique. Phytolaccic. 

Phytolaque. Phytolacca ; Poke. 

Phytolithe. Phytohth. 

Phytologie. Phytology ; Botany. 

Phytomeline. Rutin. 

Ph3rtomorphe. Resembling a plant. 

Phjrtomorphisme. Phytomorphism. 

Phyton. Phyton. 

Phytonome. Living on plants. 

Ph3^oiiomie. Phytonomy. 

Phytonymie. The nomenclature of 
plants. 

Ph3rtoparasite. Phytoparasite. 

Phytopathologie. Phytopathology. 

Phjrtophage. Phytophagous. 

Phytoplasma. Phytoplasm ; Vegetable 
protoplasm. 

Phytostatique. Pertaining to the dis- 
tribution and strength of plants. 

Phytost^rine. l^hytosterin. 

Phytotechnie. Pbytotechny. 

Phytotomie. Phytotomy. 

Phytozoaire. Phytozoon, 

Phytozoh^mie. The supposed presence 
of phytozoa in the blood. 

Pia. Tacca. 

Plan. Plan ; Framboesia ; Yaws. 

Pianiforme. Resembling the morbid 
cutaneous products of yaws. 

Piarrh^mie. Piarrhemia, or -semia ; 
Lipemia, or -ajmia. 

Pica ; Picacisme. Pica. 

Picamare. Picamar. 

Pic^a ; Pesse. Picea ; Pitch-pine. 

Piciforme. Piceous ; Viscous. 

Picoline. Picolin ; Methyl-pyridin. 

Picote (Pop.). Variola ; Small-pox. 

Picote des b^tes k laine. Scab-rot. 



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Picotement. Prickling sensation ; For- 
mication ; Tingling ; Itching ; Pi- 
cotement. 

Picrsene. Picrsena. 

Picramine. Amarin (Berzelius). 

Picramique. Picramic. 

Picramyle. Stilbene. 

Picranisique. Picranisic ; Picric. 

Picrate. Picrate. 

Picrine. A bitter product obtained 
from digitalis (its existence is 
doubtful) (Radig). 

Picrique. Picric. 

Picroaconitine. Picroaconitin. 

Picro-carminated'ammouiaque. Picro- 
carmin. 

Picro-erythrine. Picroerythrin. 

Picroglycion. Picroglycion ; Picro- 
glycin. 

Picromel. Picromel. 

Picrotine. Picrotin. 

Picrotoxine. Picrotoxin. 

Picrotoxique. Picrotoxic. 

Pie, s. Magpie. 

Pie, adj. Piebald. 

Piece. Piece ; Part ; Component part ; 
Division. 

Pied. Foot. 

Pied d'alouette. Larkspur. 

Pied de canard. Podophyllum. 

Pied du diaphragme. Pillar or crus 
of the diaphragm. 

Pied d'el^phant. Elephantiasis of the 
foot. 

Pied d'hippocampe. Pes hippocampi. 

Pied tuberculeux. Perical. 

Pied-bot. Club-foot; Talipes. 

Pied-plat. Flat-foot. 

Pie-mere. Pia-mater ; Pia. 

Pierre. Stone ; Calculus. 

Pierre k aiguiser. Whetstone ; Grind- 
stone. 

Pierre a cautere. Potassa fusa ; Po- 
tential cautery. 

Pierre divine. A preparation com- 
posed of sulphate of copper, nitrate 
of potassium, sulphate of aluminum 
and camphor, employed in solution 
as a collyrium, 

Pierre intestinale. Enterolith. 

Pierre murale. Calcium oxalate. 

Pierre ophthalmique. Sulphate of 
copper in crystals. 

Pierre ponce. Pumice-stone. 

Pierre stercorale. Enterolith. 

Pierre de touche. Touchstone. 

Pierreux, -euse. Stony ; Petrous. 

Pieuvre ; Poulpe. Octopus ; Poulp. 

Piezometre. Piezometer. 



I Pigment ; Pigmentiun. Pigment ; Pig- 
{ mentum. 

Pigmentac^, -ee. Pigmental. 
Pigmentaire. Pigmentary. 
Pigmentation. Pigmentation. 
Pigmente, -ee. Pigmented. 
I Pigmenteux, -euse. Pigmentary. 
Pigmentifere. Containing pigment. 
Pignou. Barbadoes nut. 
Piite ; Piitis. Piitis ; Leptomeningitis. 
Pilaire. Pilar ; Pilary. 
I Pile. Pile (Electricity). 
I Pil^iforme. Pileiform. 
' Pileole. (1) Pileolus ; (2) Pilidium. 
Pil^orrhize. Pileorhiza. 
Pileux, -euse. Pilous ; Pilose ; Pileous. 
Piliation. Filiation. 
Pilidium. Pilidium. 
i Pilier. Pillar ; Crus (diaphragm). 
Pilifere. Piliferous. 
Piligere. Piligerous. 
Piligraisseux, -euse. Containing hair 

and fat. 
Pilimiction. Pilimiction. 
Pilocarpine. Pilocarpin, or -pus ; Ja- 

borandi. 
Pilon. Pestle. 
Pilorrhize. Pileorhiza. 
Pilo-s6bace, -ee. Pertaining to the 

sebaceous glands of the hair follicles, 

adj. ; The glands themselves, s. 
Pilosisme. Pilosis. 
Pilulaire, adj. Pilular. 
Pilulaire, s. Instrument to administer 

a pill or a bolus to animals. 
Pilule. Pill; Pilula. 
Pilulier. An instrument for making pills. 
Pim^lique. Pimelic. 
Fimelite. Pimelitis. 
Pim^lorrhee. Pimelorrhea, or -oea, 
Pim^lose. Pimelosis. 
Pim^lotique. Pimelotic. 
Pimelurie. Pimeluria ; Lipuria. 
Piment. Pimenta, or -to ; Allspice ; 

Capsicum. 
Pimento, -ee. Containing pimenta. 
Pimentique. Pertaining to pimenta. 
Pimentique. Acide-. Eugenol. 
Pimprenelle. Pimpernel. 
Pin. Pine-tree. 
Pinacoline. Pinacolin. 
Pinacone. Pinacone. 
Pince. (1) Forceps; Pincers; Pliers; 

(2) Mandible. 
Pince ant^rieure, ou petite. Peduncle 

of the corpus callosum. 
Pince postlrieure, ou grande. The 

posterior rounded fold of the corpus 

callosum. 



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Pince ^craseur. Clamp forceps. 

Pince a coulisse. Sliding artery forceps. 

Pince k dissection. Dissection forceps. 

Pince a griffes. Catch forceps ; Hooked 
artery forceps. 

Pince k pansement. Dressing forceps. 

Pince k torsion. Torsion forceps. 

Pince a verrou. Catch forceps. 

Pinceau. Brush (Electricity) ; Fasci- 
culus (filaments, vessels). 

Pinc^e. Pinch (quantity taken between 
the thumb and finger). 

Pincement. A sensation of constriction 
about the abdomen, uterus, etc. 

Pincement du vagin. Operation of 
Desgranges for prolapsus uteri. 

Pince-pddicule. Clamp forceps. 

Pin?on. Mark on the skin left by a 
pinch. 

Pineal, -ale. Pineal. 

Pingouin. Penguin. 

Pinguicula. Pinguicula. 

Pinipicrine. Pinipicrin. 

Pinique. Pinic. 

Pinitannique. Pinitannic. 

Pinite. Finite. 

Pinnal, -ale. Pinnate. 

Pinnatifide. Pinnatifid. 

Pinnatipede. Pinnatiped. 

Pinnatis6qu6, -^e. Pinnatisect. 

Pinne. Pinna. 

Pinn6, -^e. Pinnate ; Pinnatifid. 

Pinnipede. Pinniped. 

Pinnule. Pinnule. 

Pinson. Finch. 

Pinta. Pinta disease. 

Pintade. Guinea-fowl. 

Pipe. Pipet ; Pipette. 

Pipe camboge. Gamboge. 

Piper. Piper ; Pepper. 

Pip^race, -ee. Pertaining to pepper ; 
Piperitious. 

Pip^ridine. Piperidin. 

Pip^rin ; Pip6rine. Piperin. 

Pip^rique. Piperic. 

Pipermint. Peppermint ; Mentha pi- 
perita. 

Pip^rit^, -^e. Piperitious. 

Pip^rolde. Piperoid. 

Pip^ronal. Piperonal. 

Pipette. Pipet ; Pipette. 

Piquant. Prickle ; Quill ; Sting. 

Piquets, -^e. Marked with depressions, 
blotches, etc. 

Piqure. Puncture ; Wound ; Prick. 

Piqure anatomique. Dissection wound. 

Pirifonne. Piriform, Pyriform, adj. ; 
Pyriformis muscle, h. 

Pis. Udder ; Dug (of cows). 



Piscicole. Piscicolous. 

Pisciculture. Pisciculture. 

Piscidie. Piscidia. 

Piscidine. Piscidin. 

Piscine. Piscina. 

Piscivore. Piscivorous. 

Pisiforme. Piriform. 

Pisim^tacarpien, -ienne. Going from 
the pisiform to the fifth metacarpal 
bone. 

Pisiunciformien, -ienne. G^ing from 
the pisiform to the unciform bone. 

Pissasphalte. Maltha. 

Pisse-sang. Splenorrhagia. 

Pissement. Evacuation of urine. 

Pissement de sang. Hematuria. 

Pissement de sucre. Temporary glyco- 
suria. 

Pissenlit. Dandelion. 

Pissette. A kind of pipette. 

Pistache. Pistachio-nut. 

Pistation. Pistation. 

Pistil. Pistil. 

Pistillaire. Pistillary. 

Piston. Piston. 

Pitayne. Quinidina. 

Pitoyne ; Pitoxine. A variety of quini- 
dina. 

Pittacale. Pittacal ; Pittical. 

Pituitaire. Pituitary, adj. ; Pituitary 
or Schneiderian membrane, «. 

Pituite. Phlegm ; Pituita ; Mucus. 

Pituiteux, -euse. Pituitous. 

Piturine. Piturin. 

Pityriasis. Pityriasis. 

Pivoine. Peony. 

Pivot. (1) Pivot ; (2) Tap-root. 

Pivotant, -ante. (1) Turning on a 
pivot ; (2) Tap-rooted. 

Placenta. Placenta. 

Placentaire. Placental ; Placentary. 

Placentation. Placentation. 

Placente, -^e. Placentate. 

Placent^rien, -ienne. Coming from the 
placenta. 

Placentiforme. Placentiform. 

Placentite. Placentitis. 

Placentoide. Placentoid. 

Placoide ; Placoidien, -ienne. Placoid. 

Placorganometre. A kind of plexi- 
meter, 

Pladarose. Pladarosis ; Pladaroma. 

Plagioc6phale. Plagiocephalous, or 
-lie (arf/), -lus («). 

Plagioc^phalie. Plagiocephalia, or -ly. 

Plaie. Wound ; Sore. 

Plaintif, -ive. Plaintive (applied to 
tone of voice). 

Plaisir. Pleasure ; Delight ; Joy. 



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Plan, -ane, ndj. Even ; Level ; Flat : I 
Planar ; Plaoary ; Flanate. 

Plan, s. Plane. 

Plancher. Floor of a cavity. 

Planiforme. Planiform. i 

Planimetre. Instrument for measuring 
irregular surfaces. 

Planipenne. Planipennate. 

Planirostre. Planirostral. 

Plantain. Plantain. 

Plantaire. Plantar. 

Plantaire grele. Plantaris muscle. 

Plantation. Plantation. 

Plaute. Plant. 

Plante du pied. Sole of the foot. 

Plantigrade. Plantigrade. 

Planti-sous-phalangiens. The Lumbri- 
cales muscles of the foot. 

Plantule. Plantula. 

Planule. Planula. 

Planum. Os-. Os planum of the eth- 
moid. 

Plaque. Patch ; Spot ; Plate. 

Plasma. Plasma. 

Plasmatique. Plasmatic ; Plasmic. 

Plasmode ; Plasmodie. Plasmodium. 

Plasmome. Plasmoma ; Fibro-plastic 
tumour. 

Plasson. Plasson. 

Plasticity. Plasticity. 

Plasticule. Plasticule. 

Plastide. Plastid. 

Plastidulaire. Plastidular. 

Plastidule. Plastidule. 

Plastique, adj. Plastic. 

Plastique, s./. Anaplasty. 

Plastodsmamie. Plastodynamia. 

Plastodynamique. Plastodynamic. 

Plastron. Plastron ; Plastrum. 

Plat, plate. Flat. 

Plateau. (1) The glass plate or disc of 
an electric machine ; (2) Disc of 
bulbs (Botany). 

Plathelminthe. Platyhelminth ; Platy- 
elminth. 

Platine, s.m. Platinum ; Platina. 

Platine, s.f. Plate of a microscope. 

Platinifere. Platiniferoiis. 

Platinique, Platinic. 

Plitrage. Plastering. 

Fl&tre. Gypsum ; Native calcium sul- 
phate. 

Pl&tre, -6e. Plastered. 

Platybasique. Platybasic. 

Platycephale. Platycephalous, or -lie 
(adj), -lus (s). 

Platycephalic. Platycephalia, or -ly. 

Platycnemie. Platycnemia (Broca). 

Platydactyle. Platydactyl. 



Platydactylie. Platydactylia. 

Platygastre. Platygastric. 

Platyglosse. Platyglossal. 

Platyope ; Platyophthalme. Platyopic. 

Platyphylle. Platyphyllous. 

Platypode. Platypod. 

Platypodie. Platypodia. 

Platypyge. Platypygous. 

Platjrrrhine. Platyrrhine. 

Platyrrhinie. Platyrrhiny. 

Platsrrrhinien, -ienne. Platyrrhinie. 

Platyscele. Platyscelous ; Having broad 
legs. 

Platyscelie. Platyscelia. 

Platystome. Platystomous ; Having a 
wide mouth. 

Pleiade. A collection of lymphatic 
glands (healthy or diseased). 

Plein, s. The middle part of a band ; 
Plenum. 

Plein, -ine. Full ; Filled ; Replete. 

Plenitude. Fulness ; Plethora ; Pleni- 
tude. 

Pleochroisme. Pleochroism. 

Pl^omazie. Pleomazia ; Pleomastia. 

Pl^rome. Pleroma ; Plerom ; Plerome. 

Pl^rose. (l)Plerosis; (2) Plethora. 

Pl^rotique. Plerotic. 

Plessigraphe. A kind of pleximeter. 

Plessimetre. Plessimeter ; Pleximeter. 

Plessimetrie. The employment of the 
pleximeter ; Pleximetry. 

Plessimetrique. Pleximetric. 

Plessimetrisme. Same as Plessimetrie. 

Piethore. Plethora. 

Pl^thorique. Plethoric. 

Pl^thysmographe. Plethysmograph, 

Pleural, -ale. Pleural. 

Pleurapophyse. Pleurapophysis. 

Pleur^sie. Pleurisy. 

Pleuretique. Pleuritic. 

Pleurite. Pleuritis ; Pleurisy. 

Pleuro-bronchique. Pleuro-bronchial. 

Pleurocele. Pleurocele. 

Pleurocentese. Pleural paracentesis. 

Pleurocoenadelphe. Pleurocoen- 
adelphus. 

Pleurodiscal, -ale. Pleurodiscous. 

Pleurodonte. Pleurodont. 

Pleurodjmie. Pleurodynia. 

Pleurodynique. Pertaining to pleuro- 
dynia ; Pleurodynic. 

Pleurogyne. Pleurogynous. 

Pleuromele. Pleuromelus. 

Pleuromelophore. Melomelus, 

Pleuropathie. Pleuropathy ; Pleuro- 
pathia. 

Pleuropericardite. Pleuropericar- 
ditis. 



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Pleuroperipneumonie. Pleuro - peri - 
pneumonia ; Pleuro- pneumonia. 

Pleuro - peritoneal, -ale. Pleuroperi- 
toneal. 

Pleuropneumonie. Pleuropneumonia ; 
J'leuro-peripiieumonia. 

Pleuropulmonaire. Pleuro-pulmnnary. 

Pleuropyose. Pleuropyesis ; Pyothorax. 

Pleurorrhagie. Pleurorrhagia. 

Pleuroirhee. Pleurorrhea, or -oea. 

Pleurorthopnee. Pleurorthopnea, or 
-cea. 

Pleurosome. Pleurosoma. 

Pleurostose. Pleurostosis. 

Pleurothotonos. Pleurothotonos. 

Pleurotomie. Pleurotomy. 

Plevre. Pleura. 

Plexiforme. Plexiform. 

Plexus. Plexus. 

Pli. Fold ; Bend ; Plica. 

Plis cerebraux. The convolutions of 
the brain ; Plicaturse. 

Plicace, -ee. Plicate. 

Plica g^bematrix. Mesorchion. 

Plicatile. Plicatile. 

Plicature. Plication ; Plicature. 

Plie. Plaice. 

Plique. Plica polonica. 

Plomb. Lead ; Plumbum. 

Flombage. Leading ; Lead work. 

Plombage des dents. Pilling the teeth ; 
Sto2:)ping the teeth. 

Plombagine. Plumbago ; Graphite. 

Plombate. Plumbate ; A salt of 
plumbic acid. 

Plombe, -6e. (1) Stopped (as applied to 
a tooth) ; (2) Livid. 

Plombena. Protoxide of lead. 

Plombeux, -euse. Plumbous. 

Plombierine. Plombierin ; Glairin. 

Plombique. Plumbic. 

Plombite. The combination of pro- 
toxide of lead with bases. 

Pluie. Rain. 

Plumace, -^e. Plumaceous. 

Plumaceau; Plumasseau. Pledget of 
lint. 

Plume. Feather ; Plume. 

Plumeux, -euse. Plumous ; Plumose. 

Plumifere ; Plumigere. Plumigerous. 

Plumipede. Plumiped, or -de. 

Plumulaire. Plumular. 

Plumule. Plumule. 

Plurioellulaire. Pluricellular. 

Pluricellularit^. The pluricellular con- 
dition, [tation. 

Plurif^tal, -ale. Pertaining to multife- 

Plurifetation. Multifetation ; Multi- 
fee tation. 



Pluriflore. Pluriflorous. 

Pluriloculaire. Plurilocular. 

Plurimamme. Having more than two 
mammae. 

Pluripartite. Pluripartite. 

Pluriserie, -^e. Pluriseriate. 

Plurivalve. Plurivalve ; Multivalve. 

Pluviometre. Pluviameter ; Udometer. 

Pneobiomancie, ou -mantle. Pneobio- 
mantia ; Pneobiognosis ; Docimasia 
pulmonum. 

Pneodynamique. Pneodynamics, pL 

Pneographe. Pneograph ; Pneoscope ; 
Pneumograph. 

Pneometre. Pneometer ; Spirometer. 

Pn^ometrie. Pneometry; Pulmometry. 

Pneometrique. Pneometric. 

Pneophore. Pneophore. 

Pneoscope. Pneoscope. 

Fneuma. Pneuma ; The vital principle. 

Pneumap^ricarde. Pneumopericar- 
dium. 

Pneumapyothorax. Pneumapyothorax ; 
Pneiimopyothorax. 

Pneumarthrose. Pneumarthrosis. 

Pneumate. Pneumate ; A salt of 
pneumic acid. 

Fneumaticit^. Pneumaticity. 

Pneumatique. Pneumatic. 

Pneumatisme. Pneumatism. 

Pneumatiste. Pneumatist. 

Pneumatocele. Pneumatocele ; Em- 
physema. 

Pneumato - chi mi qu e. Pneumato- 
chemical. 

Pneumatocyste. Pneumatocyst. 

Pneumatode. Distended by gas ; 
Caused by gas. 

Pneumatog^nie. Artificial respiration. 

Pneumatologie. Pneumatology. 

Pneumatometre. Pneumatometer ; Pul- 
mometer. 

Pneumatomphale ; Pneumatomphalo- 
cele. Pneumatomphalus ; Pneuma- 
tomphalocele. 

Pneumatophore. Pneumatophore. 

Pneumatorrhachis. Pneumatorrhachis, 
or -rrachis. 

Pneumatose. Pneumatosis. 

Pneumatothoracique. Pertaining to 
Pneumatothorax ; Pneumatotboracic; 
Pneumothoracic. 

Pneumatothorax. Pneumatothorax ; 
Pneumothorax. 

Pneumaturie. Pneumaturia. 

Pneumique. Pneumic. 

Pneumocele. Pneumocele ; Pneumato- 
cele. 

Pueumoconiose. Pneumoconiosis. 



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Pneumogastrique. Pneumogastric ; 
Tenth cranial pair of nerves (French). 

Pneumographe. Pneumograph. 

Pneumographie. Pneumography. 

Pneumographique. Pneumographie. 

Pneumo-hemorrhagie. Pulmonary apo- 
plexy ; Pneumo-heemorrhage. 

Pneumokoniose. Pneumokoniosis ; 
Pneumoconiosis. 

Pneumolithe. Pneumolith. 

Pneumolithiase. Pneumolithiasis. 

Pneumologie. Pneumology. 

Pneumometre. Pneumometer ; Spiro- 
meter. 

Pneumonalgie. Pneumonalgia. 

Pneumonatelectasie. Pneumonatelec- 
tasis. 

Pneumouectasie. Pneumonectasia, or 
-sis ; Emphysema of the lung. 

Pneumouhemie. Pneumonaemia, or 
-emia ; Pulmonary congestion. 

Pneumonie. Pneumonia. 

Pneumonique. Pneumonic. 

Pneumonite. Pneumonitis ; Pneumonia. 

Pneumonocace. Pneumonocace ; Gan- 
grene of the lung. 

Pneumonocele. Pneumonocele ; Hernia 
of the lung. 

Pneumonocholose. Pneumonooholosis ; 
Bilious pneumonia. 

Pneumonolithe. Pneumonolith ; Pneu- 
molith. 

Pneumonolithiase. Pneumonolithiasis. 

Pneumonomalacie. Pneumonomalacia ; 
Pneumomalacia. 

Pneumonomaucie. Docimasia pul- 
monum. 

Pneumonomelanose. Pneumonomelan- 
osis ; Anthracosis of the lung. 

Pneumonometre. Pneumonometer ; 
Spirometer. 

Pneumonomycosis. Pneumonomycosis ; 
Pneumomycosis. 

Pneumonopathie. Pneumonopathia. 

Pneumonophlebite. Pneumonophleb- 
itis ; Inflammation of the pulmonary 
veins. 

Pneumonopleural, -ale. Pneumono- 
pleural. 

Pneumonopleuresie. Pneumonopleu- 
risy, or -pleuritis ; Pleuropneumonia. 

Pneumonorrhagie. Pneumonorrhagia ; 
Haemoptysis. 

Pneumonorrhagique. Pneumonor- 
rhagie. 

Pneumonorrhee. Pneumonorrhea, or 
-oea. 

Pne\imonosarcie. Hepatization of the 
lung in animals. 



Pneumonoscope. Pneumoacope ; Pneu- 
mograph. 

Pneumonose. Pneumonosis. 

Pneiunonostome. Respiratory orifice. 

Pneumonotomie. Pneumonotomy ; 
Pneumotomy. 

Pneumonotyphus. Pneumotyphus. 

Pneumophlebite. Pneumonophlebitis. 

Pneumopleuresie. Pneumopleuritis. 

Pneumorrhagie. Pneumorrhagia ; He- 
moptysis. 

Pneumorrhee. Pneumonorrhea, or -cea. 

Pneumosarcie. See Pneumonosarcie. 

Pneumose. Pneumosis ; Pneumonosis. 

Pneumothorax, et mieux, Pneumato- 
thorax. Pneumothorax ; Pneumato- 
thorax. 

Pneumotomie. Pneumotomy. 

Pneumotyphoide. Pneumo-typhoid. 

Pneumotyphus. Pneumo-typhus. 

Pneusimetre. Pneusometer ; Spiro- 
meter (Guillot). 
I Pnigalion. Pnigalion ; Nightmare. 
[ Poche. Pocket ; Pouch ; Bag ; Sac. 
': Poche anevrysmale. The aneurysmal 
sac. 

Poche des eaux. The bag of w^aters 
(Obstetrics). 

Poculiforme. Poculiform. 

Podacace. Podarthrocace (Lobstein). 
j Podagre, adj. et v. Podagral ; Podagric ; 
! Gouty, adj.s. ; A gouty person, s. 
\ Podagre, s.f. Podagra ; Gout in the feet. 

Podagrisme. Podagrism; Goutiness. 

Podalique. Podalic. 

Podarthrocace. Podarthrocace. 

Podencephale. Podencephahis. 

Podex. Anus ; Podex. 

Podobromhidrose. Podobromhidrosis. 

Podogyne. Podogyn ; Podogynium. 

Podolachnite. Bleyme (Vet.). 

Podologie. Podology. 

Podometre. Podometer. 

Podometrie. Podometry. 

Podophthalme. Podophthalmic, or 
-mous. 

Podophylle. Podophyllum peltatum ; 
Mandrake ; May-apple. 

Podophylleux, -euse. Podophyllous 
(Biology). 

Podophyllin, ou -ne. Podophyllin. 

Podophyllite. Podophyllitis (Biology). 

Podoplegmatite. Podophyllitis (Bio- 
logy)— (Vatel). 

Podosperme. Podosperm ; Podosper- 
mium. 

Podostome. Podostomatous. 

Podostrabe. An ancient instrument 
I for reducing dislocations. 



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Podotherme. Thermometer for a foot 
bath (Petit). 

Podotrochilite. Podotrochilitis (Vet.). 

Poecilomorphe. Multiform. 

Poele. Stove. 

Poelette. See Palette. 

Poids. Weight. 

Poign^e. Handful ; Handle. 

Poignet. Wrist ; Carpus. 

Poll. Hair (excepting of the head) ; 
Hair of animals. 

Poilette. See Palette. [Bristly. 

Poilu, -ue. Hairy ; Shaggy ; Pilose ; 

Point. (1) Point ; (2) Lancinating pain ; 
(3) Pole. 

Point consequent. Consequent pole. 

Point de cote. Stitch in the side. 

Points. Point (of a knife, etc.). 

Pointe de feu. Pointed actual cautery. 

Pointe de hemie. Incomplete hernia. 

Pointillage. Pointillage ; Massage by 
the finger tips. 

Pointing, -^e. Said of the redness pro- 
duced by the accumulation of little 
red puncta, the result of inflamma- 
tion or congestion. 

Poire. Pear. 

Poir^. Perry. [Leek. 

Poireau. (1) Warts on the hands ; (2) 

Poir^e. White beet. 

Poirler. Pear-tree. 

Pois. Pea. 

Poison. Poison. 

Poiss^, -6e. Coated with pitch. 

Poisson. Fish. 

Poitrail. Breast (generally of animals). 

Poitrinaire. Phthisical ; Consumptive. 

Poitrine. Chest ; Breast. 

Poivre. Pepper ; Piper. 

Poivrette. The powdered grains of 
Nigella (fennel flower). 

Poix. Pitch. 

Polaire. Polar. 

Polarimetre. Polarimeter. 

Polarisateur, -trice. Polarizing ; That 
polarizes, adj. ; Polarizer ; Nicol's 
prism, .V. 

Polarisation. Polarization. 

Polariscope. Polariscope. 

Polaris^, -^e. Polarized. 

Polariseur. See Polarisateur, v. 

Polaristrobometre. Polaristrobometer, 

Polarite. Polarity. 

Polders. Fievre des-. Polder fever 
(Holland). 

Pole. Pole. 

Polembryonie. Polyembryony ; The 
presence of more than one embryo in 
a seed. 



Polenta, ou Polente. Polenta. 

Police medicale, ou sanitaire. Sanitary 

police. 
Policlinique. Policlinic ; (1) A private 

clinic (not at a hospital) ; (2) A 

general city hospital. 
Poliose. Poliosis. 
PoUakiurie. Pollakiuria. 
Pollen. Pollen. 
PoUenine. PoUenin. 
PoUicial, -ale. Pollical. 
PoUineux, -euse. Pollinose; Pulveru- 
lent. 
PoUinifere. Polliniferous. 
PoUinique. PoUinic. 
PoUinisation. Pollinisation. 
Pollution. Pollution. 
Pollux. Pollux ; A mineral found in the 

island of Elba (Pisani). 
Polyacide. Said of bases one molecule 

of which saturates several molecules 

of acid. 
Polyadelphe. Polyadelphous. 
Polyadelphie. The class comprising the 

polyadelphous plants. 
Polyamide. Polyamid. 
Polyandre. Polyandrous. 
Polyandrie. Polyandry. 
Polyandrique. Polyandrie. 
Polyanthe. Polyanthous. 
Polyarthrite. Polyarthritis. 
Polyatomicit6. Polyatomicity. 
Polyatomique. Polyatomic. 
Polyblaste. Polyblast. 
Polyblennie. Polybleimia. 
Polycarpe ; Polycarp^, -ee. Polycarj)- 



ienne. Polycarpio. 

Polycephalus (s), -lous 



Polycarpien, 

Polyc^phale. 
{adj). 

Polyc^phalocyste. Coanurus. 

Polycere. Polycerus («), -reus {adj). 

Polycholie. Polycholia. 

Polychreste. Polychrest; Polychrestus, 
8. ; Polychrestic, adj. 

Polychroique. Having several colours ; 
Polychromatic. 

Polychroisme. Polychroism. 

Polychrolte. Polychroit ; Crocin. 

Polychromatique. Polychromatic. 

Polychrome. (1) Polychrome ; (2) Es- 
culin. 

Polychromique. Polychromic. 

Polycladie. I^olyclady. 

Polyclinique. Polyclinic. 

Polyclone. Multipolar ; Multifid. 

Polycor^e ; Polycorie. Polycoria. 

Polycotylaire. Having several cup- 
shaped organs (like the Treraatoda). 



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Polycotyledonaire. Polycotyledonary. 

Polycotyledone. Polycotyledon (s), 
-nous (adj). 

Polycotyl^donie. Polycotyledony. 

Polycrote. Polycrotic, 

Polycrotisme. The state of a polycrotic 
pulse ; Polycrotism. 

Polycytique. Pluricellular. 

Polydactyle. Polydactyl ; Polydactyle, 
s. ; Polydactylous, adj. 

Polydactylie. Polydactylism. 

Polydipsie. Polydipsia. 

Polyembrionie. Polyembryony. 

Polyembrionne, -^e. Polyembryonate ; 
Polyembryonic. 

Poly^mie. See Polyhemie. 

Polygala. Polygala. 

Polygalactie. Polygalactia. 

Polygale, -ee. Pertaining to polygala. 

Polygaline. Polygalin ; Senegin. 

Polygalique. Polygalic. 

Polygame. Polygamous. 

Polygamie. Polygamy. 

Polyganglionnaire. Polyganglionic. 

Polygastre; Polygastrique. Polygastric. 

Polygene, -ee, Polygenetie. 

Polygenese. Polygenesis. 

Polygenie. Polygeny. 

Polygenisme. Polygenism. 

Polygeniste. A believer in polygenism. 

Polygnathe. Polygnathus (s), -thous 
{adj). 

Polygnathie, ou -thisme. The poly- 
gnathous condition. 

Polygnathien. -ienne. Polygnathous. 

Polygonace, -ee. Pertaining to poly- 
gonum. 

Polygonatum. Polygonatum. 

Polygene. Polygon. 

Polygone, -ee. Pertaining to polygonum. 

Polygonum. Polygonum. 

Polygraphe. Polygraph. 

Polygraphique. Polygraphic. 

Polygyne. Polygynous. 

Polyg3mie. Polygynia. 

Polygyre. Polygyral. 

Polyhemie ; Poly^mie. Polyhemia, or 
-hsemia ; Polyemia, or -semia ; Ple- 
thora. 

Polyhidrose. Polyhidrosis ; Polyidrosis. 

Polykystique. Polycystic. 

Polylactique. Polylactic. 

Polylymphie. Polylymphia ; Anasarca. 

Polymelien, -ienne. Polymelian. 

Polymere. Polymeric, 

Polym^rie. Pt)lymeria. 

Polymerisation. Polymerization, or 
-sation. 

Polymerisme. Polymerism. 



Polymetre. A graduated gauge for 
alkalimetry, etc. 

Poljmiorphe. Polymorphic, or -phous. 

Poljmiorphie, -phisme, ou -phose. 
Polymorphism. 

Polymyaire. Having several muscular 
layers. 

Polynevrite. Polyneuritis. 

Polyodon, ou -donte. Polyodont. 

Polyonychie. Polyonychia. 

Polyophthalme. Having several eyes. 

Polyopie ; Polyopsie. Polyopia ; Poly- 
opsia. 

Polyorexle. Polyorexia ; Bulimia. 

Polyparesie. Polyparesis. 

Polyp aretique. Pertaining to, or 
affected with, polyparesis. 

Polypathie. Polypathia. 

Polypathique. Polypathie. 

Polype. Polypus ; Polyp ; Polype. 

Pol3rp^die. Polypedia, or -psedia ; Super- 
fcetation. 

Polypetale. Polypetalous. 

Polypeux, -euse. Polypous. 

Polyphage. Polyphagous, or -gic ; Om- 
nivorous. 

Polyphagie. Polyphagia ; Bulimia. 

Polypharmacie. Polypharmacy. 

Polj^harmaque. Polypharmacus. 

Polyphore. Polyphore ; Gynophore. 

Pol3T)hylle. Polyphyllous. 

Polyphysie. Polyphysia. 

Polypide. Polypide. [pidom. 

Polypier. Polypier ; Polypide ; Poly- 

Polypiforme. Polypiform ; Polypoid. 

Polypiose. Polypiosis ; Obesity. 

Polypite. Polypite. 

Poljrplaste. Polyplast ; Polyplastic. 

Polypode. Polypod. 

Polypodesme. Polypodesme. 

Polypodie. Polypodia ; Polypedia. 

Polypore. Polyporus. 

Polypore, -^e. Polyporous. 

Polyposie. Polyposia, or -sis ; Poly- 
dypsia. 

Poljrpotome. Polypotome. 

Polyrrhize. Polyrhizous, or -zal. 

Polysaccharides. Polysaccharides ; Car- 
bohydrates. 

Polysarcie. Polysarcia ; Polysarcosis ; 
Obesity. 

Polysarque. Polysarcous. 

Polyscelie. Polyscelia. 

Polyscope. Polyscope. 

Polys^pale. Polysepalous. 

Polysialie. Polysialia. 

Polysomie. Polysomia. 

Polyspaste. Capable of exercising great 
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Polysperme. Polyspermous, or -mal. 

Polyspor^, -^e. Polyspored, -rous, or 

-ric. 
Polyst^mone. Polystemonous. 
Polystique. I^olystichous. 

Polystome. Polystf)ma. 

Polystomien, -ienne. Polystomatous. 

Polystyle. Polystylous. 

Polysulfure. Polysulphide ; Polysul- 
phuret. 

Polythalame. Polythalamous ; Pluri- 
1 ocular. 

Polytric ; Polytrich. Golden maiden- 
hair ; Hair-moss. 

Poljrtrichie. Polytrichia ; Polytrichosis. 

Pol3rtrique. Polytrichous. 

Polytrophie. Polytrophia, or -phy. 

Polyurie. Polyuria. 

Polyurique. Polyurie. 

Polyzoaire. Polyzoiin ; Polyzoan. 

Polyzoarium. Polyzoarium. 

Polyzoicite. The condition of being 
polyzoic. 

Polyzolque. Polyzoic. 

Pommace, -^e. Pomaceous. 

Pommade. Pomade ; Pomatum ; Oint- 
ment. 

Pommade d'Helmerich. Ointment of 
sulphur and carbonate of potassium 
(French Pharmacopoeia). 

Pomme. Apple. 

Pomme de terre. Potato. 

Pommel^, -^e. Dappled. 

Pommeliere. The first stage of pul- 
monary tuberculosis in oxen. 

Pommette. Cheek-bone. 

Pommier. Apple-tree. 

Pommique. Pomaceous ; Malic. 

Pompe. Pump. 

Pompe stomacale. Stomach-pump. 

Pompholyx. Pompholy:x. 

Pomphos ; Pomphus. Pomphus. 

Ponce. Pumice. 

Ponction. Tapping ; Paracentesis ; 
Puncture. 

Pontiouneur. Trocar and canniUa for 
tapping. 

Ponctud, -^e. Punctate ; Punctated. 

Ponderabilite. Ponderability. 

Ponderable. Ponderable. 

Ponderal, -ale. Pertaining to the 
weight of a body. 

Pondeur, -euse. Pertaining to the lay- 
ing of eggs. 

Pongitif, -ive. Pungent (applied to a 
pain). 

Pont. Pons ; Bridge. 
Pont de Tarin. Pons Tarini ; The pos- 
terior perforated space. 



Pont de Varole. Pons Varolii ; Pons. 

Ponte. Laying of eggs. 

Popl6tine. Rutulin. 

Poplit^, -^6. Popliteal, adj. ; Popliteus 

muscle, .S-. 
Populaire. Popular. 
Population, Population. 
Populeum. An ointment composed of 
poplar-leaf buds, poppies, belladonna, 
hyoscyamus, etc. 
Populine. Populin. 
Pore. Hog ; Pig ; Pork. 
Poreelaine. Porcelain. 
Poreelet. Sucking-pig. 
Porc-^pic. Porcupine. 
Porcherie. Pigsty. 

Porcien, -ienne ; Porcin, -ine. Porcine. 
Pore. Pore. 

Poreux, -euse. Porous ; Porose. 
Porifere. Poriferous. 
Pomographie. Pornography. 
Porocele. Porocele. 
Poroma. Poroma. 
Poromphale. Poromphalocele. 
Porosite. Porosity. 
Porotique. Porotic. 
Porphjrre. Porphyra ; Porphyry. 
Porph3n:ine. Porphyi-in. 
Porphsrrinique ; Porphyrique. Pertain- 
ing to porphyry. 
Porphjniisation. Porphyrization, or 

-sation. 
Porphyris^, -de. That has undergone 

porphyrisation. 
Porphyroxine. Porphyroxin. 
Porraee, -6e. Porraceous. 
Porreau; Poireau. Leek. 
Porrigineux, -euse. Pertaining to por- 

rigo ; Porriginous. 
Porrigo. Porrigo. 
Porrigophyte. Porrigophyta, or -te ; 

Favus ; Tricophyton. 
Porte, *■. Aperture of entry ; Porta. 
Porte, adj. Portal. 
Porte-aig^ille. Needle-holder. 
Porte-azotate. Caustic -holder. 
Porte-bougie. Director or Guide for a 

bougie. 
Porte-caustique. Caustic-holder (espe- 
cially for application to the urethra). 
Porte-cautere. Caustic- holder (for gal- 
vanic cautery, etc.). 
Porte-cordon. Porte-fillet ; Obstetrical 
instrument for carrying a fillet or 
tape round the foetus. 
Porte-crayon. (1) Caustic-holder; (2) 

Pencil holder. 
Portde. (1) Brood ; Litter; (2) Reach 
of the hand or arm. 



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Porte-eponge. Sponge-holder. 

Porte-fil. (1) Polypus cannula ; (2) 
Aneurysm needle. 

Porte-lacs. Same as Porte-cordon. 

Porte-ligature. Aneurysm needle. 

Porte-loupe. Holder for a lens. 

Porte-main. Apparatus for supporting 
the hand. 

Porte-meche. Director to introduce a 
strip of lint for drainage ; Sinus for- 
ceps. 

Porte-moxa. Moxa-bearer. 

Porte-nitrate. Caustic-holder. 

Porte-nceud. Polypus cannula, or in- 
strument for applying a ligature to 
the pedicle of any tumour. 

Porte-objet. Glass slide of a microscope. 

Porte-pierre. Caustic-holder. 

Porte-sonde. (1) Hollow probe for 
Laforest's operation ; (2) Instrument 
for steadying Belloc's sound. 

Porte-voix. Speaking trumpet. 

Portion. Portion ; Part ; Ration ; Portio. 

Positif, -ive. Positive. 

Position. Position ; Posture ; Applied 
in surgery to the different ways of 
holding the knife ; in obstetrics to 
the different foetal presentations ; in 
medicine to the most favourable 
position in which to keep the patient. 

Positivisme. Positivism ; Positive phi- 
losophy (A. Comte). 

Positiviste. Positivist. 

Positivite. (1) Condition of a body that 
manifests the phenomena of positive 
electricity ; (2) Character of a con- 
ception which conforms to the laws 
of positivism. 

Posologie. Posology. 

Possede, -ee. Possessed. 

Possession. Possession. 

Posset. Mixture of milk and beer ; 
Zythogalum. 

Postdiluvien, -ienne. Postdiluvian. 

Postformation des germes. Epigenesis, 
as applied to the germ or ovule. 

Postfrontal, -ale. Postf rental, adj. and s. 

Posthite. Posthitis. 

Postpectoral, -ale. Postpectoral. 

Postposition. Condition of intermittent 
fever in which the attacks are de- 
layed. 

Postpupillaire. Behind the pupil ; 
Postpupillary. 

Posture. Posture. 

Pot f^Ie. Bruit de-. Cracked -pot sound. 

Potable. Potable ; Drinkable. 

Potasse. Potash ; Potassa ; Hydrate of 
potash ; Potassa cum calce. 



Potasse caustique ; Potasse a la chaux ; 
Hydrate de potasse. Potassium hy- 
droxid ; Caustic potash ; Potassa fusa. 

Potasse, -6e. Having an excess of 
potash. 

Potassimetre. Instrument for ascer- 
taining the quantity of potash in the 
commercial salts of potassium. 

Potassique. Potassic. 

Potassium. Potassium ; Kalium. 
! Potee d'etain. Pewter. 

Potence. (1) Sliding rule for measuring 
[ the height of men and animals ; (2) 
] Prop ; Crutch ; (3) Gallows ; Gibbet. 

Potentiel, -elle, adj. Potential. 

Potentiel, s. Potential function. 

Potentille. Cinque-foil (Botany). 
I Potion. Potion ; Potio. 
[ Potiron. Pumpkin. 
i Pou. Louse. 
! Pouce, (1) Thumb ; (2) Inch. 

Poudre. Powder. 

Poudrette. Dried night-soil ; Poudret ; 
Poudrette. 

Poudroiement. Pulverization, or-sation. 

Poulain. (1) Inguinal bubo ; (2) Colt; 
Poal. 

Poule. Hen. 

Poulet. Chicken. 

Pouliche. Filly. 

Poulie. (1) Trochlea; (2) Pulley. 

Poulpe. Octopus ; Poulp. 

Pouls. Pulse. 

Poumon. Lung. 

Pourceau. Hog ; Pig. 

Pourceau de mer. Porpoise. 

Pourpier. Purslain. 

Pourpre, s-.y'. Tyrian purple. 

Pourpre, s.m. (1) Purpura; Purples; 
(2) Purple, .s. 

Pourpre, -^e. Purpled ; Purple, adj. 

Pourri, -ie. Rotten. 

Pourriture. (1) Rottenness ; Putrefac- 
tion ; Putridntss ; Putridity; (2) Rot 
(Vet.). 

Pousse. Broken-winded ; Pursy (Vet.). 

Poussee. (1) Push; Pushing; (2) A 
cutaneous eruption coming on after 
the employment of certain drugs, etc. 

Poussiere. Dust. 

Poussif, -ive. Broken- winded (Vet.) ; 
Short of breath. 

Poussin. Chick. 

Poussoir. (1) Pusher ; Probang ; (Eso- 
phageal bougie ; (2) Driver (Den- 
tistry). 

Poutre. Band of white substance in 
front of and above the commence- 
ment of the aqueduct of Sylvius. 



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Poutrelle. Trabecula. 

Pouvoir. Power. 

Pragmatique. Pragmatic. 

Praticien. Practitioner ; Medical man. 

Pratique, adj. Practical. 

Pratique, s. The practice of medicine ; 

Description of medical art. 
Pr^-abdomen. The prominent part of 

the abdomen. 
Pr^ataxique. Pre-ataxic. 
Precipitant, -ante. Precipitating, adj. : 

Precipitant, s. 
Precipitation. Precipitation. 
Pr^cipite. Precipitate, s. 
Precipite, ^e, p.p. Precipitated. 
Precordial, -ale. Precordial ; Prse- 

cordial. 
Precurseur, adj. et «. Precursory ; 

Premonitory, adjs. ; Precursor, s. 
Prddiastolique. Prediastolic. 
Predigestion. Predigestion. 
Predisposant, -ante. Predisposing. 
Predisposition. Predisposition. 
Predorsal, -ale. Predorsal. 
Pr^dorso-atloidien, -ienne. The Longus 
colli muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 
Pr^embryon. Pre-embryo ; Germ. 
Preembryonnaire. Pre - embryonic ; 

Germinal. 
Preexistence. Pre-existence. 
Prefloraison; Prefoliaison. Prefloration. 
Prefoliation. Prefoliation. 
Preformatif, -ive. Preformative. 
Preformation. Preformation. 
Prefrontal, -ale. Prefrontal. 
Pr6hanchial, -ale. In front of the hips. 
Prehenseur. Piehensory. 
Prehensile. Prehensile. 
Prehension. Prehension. 
Preiridien, -ienne. In front of the iris. 
Prejuge. Prejudice ; Presumption. 
Prelacrymal, -ale. Prelacrymal. 
Preie. Shave-grass. 
Preiombaire. Prelumbar. 
Preiombosus-pubien, -ienne. The Psoas 
parvus muscle, *. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 
Preiombo - thoracique. Grande-. The 

right azygos vein. 
Preiombo - thoracique. Petite-. The 

left azygos vein. 
Preiombo-trochantinien, -ienne. The 
Psoas magnus muscle, s. ; Pertaining 
to it, adj. 
Prelude. Prodroma ; Prodrome. 
Prematuration. Prematureness. 
Premature, -ee. Premature. 
Premaxillaire. Premaxillary ; Inter- 
maxillary, udj.1. ; Premaxilla, s. 



Premier, -iere. First, 

Premiere paire (nerfs cr&niens). The 

olfactory nerves (1st cranial pair). 
Premolaire. Premolar. 
Premonitoire. Premonitory. 
Prenasal, -ale. Prenasal, adj. ; The 

bone of the snout, «. 
Prenotion. Prognosis. 

Preoperculaire. Preopercular, adj. ; 
Preojjerculum, a. 

Preopercule. Preopercle ; Preopercu- 
lum ; Praeoperculum. 

Preoral. Preoral. 

I Preorganisation. Preorganization, or 

1 -sation. 

Preosseux, -euse. Preosseous. 

Preovarien, -ienne. Preovarian. 

Preparant, -ante. Preparing ; That pre- 
pares (generally applied to the pains 
of the second stage of labour). 

Preparate, adj. et s.f. Presenting in 
front or anteriorly, adj. ; The frontal 
vein, X. 

Preparateur. Curator of laboratories, 
etc. 

Preparation. Preparation. 

Preplantaire. Preplantar ; In front of 
the sole of the foot. 

Prepubien, -ienne. Prepubic. 

Prepuce. Prepuce; Foreskin. 

Prepupillaire. Prepupillary. 

Preputial, -ale. Preputial. 

Preputio-balanique. Balano-preputial. 

Prerectal. Prerectal. 

Prerotulien, -ieime. Prepatellar. 

Presbyopie. Presbyopia ; Presbytia ; 
Presbyopy. 

Presbjrte. Presbyope ; Presbyopic. 

Presbytie. Presbytia ; Presbyopia ; 
Presbyopy. 

Presbytique. Presbyopic ; Presbyope. 

Prescience. Prescience. 

Prescription. Prescription (in the sense 
of indication of all that has to be 
done, applied or taken in the treat- 
ment of a disease). 

Presentation. Presentation (Obstetrics). 

Preservatif, -ive. Preservative ; Pro- 
phylactic. 

Preservation. Prophylaxis. 

Prespinal, -ale. Prespinal. 

Presse hydraulique. Hydraulic press. 

Presse-artere. Artery forceps ; Ford- 
pressure forceps ; Torsion forceps. 

Presse-urethre. Instrument for com- 
pressing the urethra. 

Pression. Pressure. 

Pressoir d'Herophile. Torcular Hero- 
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Presure. Rennet. 

Presystole. Presystole. 

Presystolique. Presystolic. 

Pretaxoide. Said of a method of 
herniotomy (Jordan, 1864). 

Pr^testiculaire. Pretesticular. 

Prethyr^oidien, -ieune. In front of the 
thyroid gland or cartilage. 

Pretibial, -ale. Pretibial. 

Pretibio-digital, -ale. The Musculo- 
cutaneous nerve of the leg, s. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 

Pretibio-sus-phalangetaire. The An- 
terior tibial nerve, s. ; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 

Preventif, -ive. Preventive. 

Prevertebral, -ale. Prevertebral. 

Prevertebre; Protovertebre. Proto- 
vertebra. 

Prevoyance. Foresight ; Forethought ; 
Circumspection. 

Priapisme. Priapism. 

Primaire. Primary. 

Primates. Primates ; The highest order 
of mammals. 

Primevere. Primrose. 

Primine. Primine ; Cowslip. 

Primipare. Primipara, s.; Primipar- 
ous, adj. 

Primitif, -ive. Primitive. 

Primordial, -ale. Primordial. 

Primulac6es. Primulaceae. 

Primuline. Primulin. 

Principe. Principle ; Element. 

Prinos. Prinos ; Black alder. 

Printemps. Spring ; Springtime. 

Prismatique. Prismatic ; Prismatical. 

Prisme. Prism. 

Prisme, -ee. Prismoid. 

Prismenchyme. Prismenchyma. 

Prismoide. Prismoid. 

Prison. Prison ; Gaol ; Jail. 

Proatlas. Proatlas. 

Probabilite. Probability ; Likelihood. 

Proboscide. Proboscis. 

Proboscide, -ee. Proboscidate. 

Proboscidien, -ienne. Proboscidian. 

Proboscidiforme. In the form of a 
proboscis. 

Proboscis. Proboscis. 

Procambium. Procambium. 

Procatarctique. Procatarctic ; Primary; 
Predisposing. 

Proc^d^. Proceeding ; Process ; Way or 
method of performing an operation. 

Proces ; Processus. (1) Process (Ana- 
tomy) ; Processus ; Method ; (2) 
Lawsuit. [imate. 

Prochaiu, -ine. Near j Next ; Approx- 



Procidence. Procidentia ; Prolapse. 

Proclive. Bent or leaning forwards. 

Proclivity. Proclivity ; Condition of 
being bent forwards. 

Procombant, -ante. Procumbent ; 
Prostrate. 

Procondyle. Metacondyle. 

Procondylien, -ienne. Pertaining to, or 
in front of, a metacondyle. 

Procreation. Procreation. 

Proctalgie. Proctalgia ; Proctagra. 

Prootite. Proctitis. 

Proctocele. Proctocele. [toma. 

Proctoptose. Proctoptosis ; Proctop- 

Proctorrhagie. Proctorrhagia ; Proct- 
hemorrhagia. 

Proctorrhaphie. Proctorrhaphy. 

Proctorrh^e. Proctorrhea, or -cea. 

Proctotome. Proctotomy 

Proctotomie. Proctotomy. 

Procubitus. Procidentia ; Prolapse or 
Presentation of the umbilical cord 
before rupture of the membranes. 

Prodiagnose. Prodiagnosis ; Antici- 
pated diagnosis. 

Prodige. Prodigy. 

Prodrome. Prodroma ; Prodrome. 

Prodromique. Prodromic ; Prodromal ; 
Prodromous. 

Production. Prolongation (Anatomy) ; 
Process ; Growth ; Production. 

Productivite. The productive faculty. 

Produit. Product. [posing. 

Pro^gumene. Proegumenal ; Predis- 

Proembryon. Proembryo. 

Proembryonnaire. Proembryonic. 

Pro^minence. Prominence ; Protuber- 
ance. 

Pro^minent, -ente. Prominent ; Pro- 
tuberant. 

Proencephale. Proencephalus. 

Profession. Profession. 

Professionnel, -elle. Professional. 

Profluvium. Profluvium ; Flux ; Dis- 
charge. 

Profond, -onde. Deep ; Deep-seated ; 
Profundus (as applied to a muscle). 

Prof us, -use. Profuse. 

Progastrique. Progastric. 

Progene. Born from what previously 
existed. 

Prog^nital, -ale. Existing before, or in 
front of, the genital organs ; Pertain- 
ing to the exterior of the genital 
organs. 

Progeniture. Progeny ; Ofifspring. 

Proglosse. Having a pointed tongue ; 
Projecting the tongue out of the 
mouth. 

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Proglossis. Proglossis. 
Proglottique. Pertaining to proglottis. 
Proglottis. Proglottis ; Proglottid. 
Prognathe. Prognathous {adj), -thus (s). 
Prognathique. Prognathic, or -thous. 
Prognathisme. Prognathism. 
Prognose ; Prognostic. Prognosis. 
Progres. Progress ; Improvement. 
Progression. Progression ; Progress. 
Projectile. Projectile. 
Projection. Projection. 
Projecture. Projecture. 
Prolabe, -ee ; Prolapse, -ee. Prolapsed. 
Prolapsus. Prolapse. 
Proleptique. Proleptic. 
Proliferation. Proliferation. 
Prolifere. Proliferous. 
Prolifere, -ee. Proliferated. 
Prolification. Prolification. 
Prolifie, -ee. Proliferated. 
Prolifique. Prolific ; Fruitful. 
Proligeration. Proliferation. 
Proligere. Proligerous. 
Prolongement. Prolongation. 
Prolongement rhachidien. The spinal 

cord. 
Prominule. A slight prominence. 
Promontoire. Promontory. 
Promontoire pelvien. The promontory 

of the sacrum. 
Promonto-publen, -ienne. Pertaining 

to the promontory of the sacrum and 

to the pubes. 
Promorphisme. Promorphism. 
Promorphose. Proraorphosis, 
Promycelium. Promycelium. 
Pronateur. Pronator. 
Pronateur. Petit ou Carr^-. Pronator 

quadratus. 
Pronateur. Grand ou Rond-. Pronator 

radii teres. 
Pronation. Pronation. 
Pronephros. Pronephros, or -phron. 
Prononciation. Pronunciation ; Utter- 
ance. 
Pronostic; Prognostic. Prognosis. 
Pronostic. A kind of baroscope (Le 

Gaux, 1776). 
Pronostique. Prognostic. 
Pronucleus. Pronucleus. 
Prootique. Probtic. 
Propagation. Propagation. 
Propagulaire. 2 Pertaining to propa- 

gula. 
Propagule. Propagulum ; Propagule. 
Propalanine. Propalanin. 
Propane. Propane. 
Propargylique. Propargylic. 
Propathie. Propathy. 



Propepsine. Propepsin. 

Propeptone. Propeptone. 

Prophetine. Prophetin. 

Prophragme. Prophragma. 

Prophylactique. Prophylactic. 

Prophylaxie. Prophylaxis, or -xy. 

Propionamide. Propionamid. 

Propionate. Propionate ; A salt of pro- 
pionic acid. 

Propione. Propione. 

Propionene. Carburet of hydrogen. 

Propionique. Propionic. 

Propionitrile. Cyanide of ethyl. 

Propionyle. The hypothetical radicle 
of propionic acid. 

Propodite. Propodite. 

Propodium. Propodium. 

Propolis. Propolis. 

Proportion. Proportion. 

Proportionnel, -elle. Proportional. 

Propre. (1) Proper; Own ; Immanent ; 
(2) Clean. 

Propriete. Property ; Peculiar quality. 

Propterygium. Propterygium. 

Proptome. Proptoma. 

Proptose. Proptosis. 

Proptysie. Proptysis ; Expectoration. 

Propulsif, -ive. Propulsive. 

Propulsion. Propulsion. 

Propylammine. Propylamin. 

Propyle. Propyl. 

Propylene. Propylene. 

Propyliaque. Propylamin. 

Propylique. Pertaining to propylene. 

Prorrhaphie. Prorrhaphy ; Bringing 
together by suture. 

Prorrh^tique, s. Prorrhesis. 

Proruption. Proruption ; Eruption. 

Prosapothlipse. Sutura dentata, ser- 
rata and limbosa. 

Proscolex. Proscolex. 

Prosecteur. Prosector. 

Prosencephale. Prosencephal ; Prosen- 
cephalon. 

Prosenchyme. Prosenchyma. 

Prosome. Prosoma. 

Prosopalgie. Prosopalgia ; Face-ache ; 
Trigeminal neuralgia. 

Prosopalgique. Prosopalgic. 

Prosopognose. Prosopology ; Proso- 
pognosis. 

Prosphyse. Prosphysis ; Abnormal ad- 
hesion. 

Prostate. Prostate ; Prostate gland. 

Prostatique. Prostatic. 

Prostatite. Prostatitis. 

Prostatocele. Prostatocele. 

Prostatolithe. Prostatolith ; Prostatio 
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Prostato-p^riton^al, -ale. Pertaining 
to the prostate and to the perito- 
neum. 

Prostatorrhee. Prostatorrhea, or -oea. 

Prostemum. Prosternum. 

Prostitution. Prostitution. 

Prostome. Prostoma ; Blastopore. 

Prostration. Prostration. 

Protagon. Protagon. 

Protamibe. Protameba ; Protamoeba, 

Protamine. Protamin. 

Protamoeba. See Protamibe. 

Protective, s. Protective, s, 

Proteiforme. Proteiform. 

Proteine. Protein. 

Proteine, -6e. Containing protein. 

Proteique. Pertaining to protein ; Pro- 
teic. 

Proteranth6, -6e. Proteranthous. 

Prothallium. Prothallium ; Proembryo. 

Prothese. Prothesis ; Prosthesis. 

Prothetique. Prothetic ; Prosthetic. 

Prothorax. Prothorax. 

Protide. Product of the action of potash 
on protein. 

Protiodure. Protiodide. 

Protiste. Protista (Haeckel). 

Protoblaste. Protoblast. 

Protobromure. Protobromide. 

Protocarbure d'hydrogene. Subcarbu- 
retted hydrogen ; Marsh-gas ; Fire- 
damp. 

Protocatechique. Protocatechuic. 

Protochlorure. Protochhjride. 

Protococcus. Protoeoccus. 

Protocyanure. Protocyanide. 

Protofluorure. Protofluoride. 

Protogala. Protogala ; Colostrum. 

Protogene. Protogenal ; Protogenic. 

Protoiodure. Protoiodide ; Protiodide. 

Protol^C3rthe. The whole of the cellular 
elements of the yolk. 

Protonema. Protonema. 

Proto-organisme. Proto-organism. 

Protopathie. Protopathy. 

Protopathique. Protopathie. 

Protophasma. Bud ; Gemma ; Myce- 
lium. 

Protophosphiire. Subphosphide. 

Protophylle. Proembryo (Botany). 

Protophyte. Protophyte. 

Protopine. Protupin, an alkaloid ob- 
tained from opium. 

Protoplasie. Protoplasis. 

Protoplasma. Protoplasm. 

Protoplasmatique, et non Protoplas- 
mique. Protoplasmatic ; Protoplas- 
mic. 

Protoplasme. Protoplasm. 



Protoplaste. Protoplast. 
Protopodite. (1) Protopodite ; (2)Pro- 

topodium. 
Protoptere, s. Protopterus. 
Protorganique. Proto-organic. 
Protorganisme. Proto-organism. 
Protosclereux, -euse. Applied to the 

first stage of sclerosis. 
Protoscolex. Proscolex. 
Protosel. Protosalt. 
Protosulfure. Protosulphide. 
Protothermal, -ale. Pertaining to the 

first rise of temperature of an organ- 
ism ; Water from 60° to 80° F. 
Protovert^bral, -ale. Protovertebral. 
Protovertebre. Protovertebra. 
Protovertebre, -ee. Having protover- 

tebrae. 
Protoxyde. Protoxid, or -de. 
Protoxyde, -ee. Protoxidized. 
Protozoaire ; Frotozolde. Protozoon ; 

pi. Protozoa. 
Protractile. Protractile. 
Protractilite. Protractility. 
Protraction. Protraction. 
Protrus, -use. Protruded. 
Protrusion. Protrusion ; Protrusio. 
Protuberance. Protuberance. 
Protuberant, -ante. Protuberant. 
Protub^rantiel, -elle. Pertaining to a 

protuberance. 
Provende. Provender. 
Proventricule. Proventriculus. 
Provoque, -ee. Provoked ; Promoted. 
Proximal, -ale. Proximal. 
Pruine. (1) Bloom on plums, prunes, 

etc. ; (2) Very fine gravel of the urine. 
Pruineux, -euse. Pulverulent. 
Prune. Plum. 

Pruneau. Prune ; Prunum. 
Prunelle. (1) Sloe ; BuUace ; (2) Pupil 

(of the eye). 
Prunellier. Sloe-tree. 
Prunier. Plum-tree. 
Prunin. Prunin. 
Prunine. Bassorin. 
Prurigineux, -euse. Pruriginous. 
Prurigo. Prurigo. 
Prurit. Pruritis. 
Prussiate. Prussiate. 
Prussiate de fer. Ferrocyanide of 

potassium. 
Prussicoferrique. Hydroferrocyanic. 
Prussine. Prussine ; Cyanogen. 
Prussique. Prussic. 
Psaloide. Psaloid. 

Psalt^rium. Psalterium ; Lyra of fornix. 
Psammome. Psammoma, 
Psammoth^rapie. Psammotherapy. 
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Fsellisme. Psellism ; Psellismus. 

Fseudacetique. Pseudacetic ; Propionic. 

Pseudaconine. Pseudaconin. 

Fseudaconitine. Pseudaconitin. 

Pseudangustura. Strychnos nux vo- 
mica ; The nux vomica tree, 

Fseudangusturine. Brucin ; Vomicin. 

Fseudarthrose. Pseudarthrosis ; False 
joint. 

Fseudenc6phale. Pseudencephalus. 

Fseudencdphalien, -ienne. Applied to 
the psendencephaloiis monsters. 

Fseudesthesie. Pseudesthesia ; Pseud- 
sesthesia ; Imaginary sensation. 

Fseudo-ac^tique. Pseudacetic ; Pro- 
pionic. 

Fseudo-alcamine. Anchusin. 

Fseudoblepsie. Pseudoblepsia, or -sis. 

Fseudocarpe. Pseudocarp. 

Fseudocarpien, -ienne. Pseudocarpous. 

Pseudocephale. Pseudocephalus. 

Fseudo-ceraine. A product of the 
action of potash on wax. 

Fseudoehromesthesie. Paeudo-chrom- 
esthesia. 

Fseudochromie. Pseudochromia. 

Fseudo-chrysalide. Pseudo-chrysalis ; 
Pseudo-pupa. 

Fseudo-continu, -ue. Pseudo-continu- 
ous ; Remittent. 

Fseudo-continuite. The remittent con- 
dition. 

Fseudo-cotyl^don. Pseudocotyledon. 

Fseudo-croup. Pseudo-croup. 

Fseudo-curarine. Pseudocurarin. 

Fseudo-diascope. An ophthalmic in- 
strument, invented by Ward, giving 
an opaque body the appearance of 
being pierced. 

Fseudo-^lectrique. Pseudo-electric. 

Fseudo-^iythrine. Erythric ether, 

Fseudoeuf. Pseudovum. 

Fseudo fibrine. Pseudo-fibrin. 

Fseudo-filaire, Pseudofilaria (E, Van 
Beneden). 

Fseudogyne. Pseudogyne. 

Fseudo-hermaphrodisme. Pseudo-her- 
maphrodism. 

Fseudo-lipome. Pseudo-lipoma. 

Fseudo-larve. Pseudo-chrysalis (New- 
port). 

Fseudoleucine. Pseudoleucin. 

Fseudo -lobaire. Pseudo - lobular ; 
Pseudo-lobar. 

Fseudo -m^lanose. Pseudo-melanosis ; 
Anthracosis. 

Fseudo-membrane. Pseudo-membrane ; 
False membrane. [membranous. 

Fseudo-membraneux, -euse. Pseudo- 



Fseudonm^sie, Pseudomnesia. 

Fseudomorphlne. Pseudomorphin. 

Pseudomorphose. Pseudomorphosis. 

Fseudo navicelle. Pseudonavicella, 

Fseudonymphe. Pseudo-chrysalis. 

Fseudo -parasite . Pseudo-parasite. 

Fseudoplasme. Pseudoplasm, or -ma ; 
Neoplasm, 

Pseudo - pleur^sie. Pseudo - pleuritis ; 
Pleurodynia. 

Fseudopode. Pseudopod ; Pseudo- 
podium. 

Fseudopsore. Psydracium. 

Fseudo-pus. Pseudo-pus. 

Fseudorcine. Pseudorcin ; Erythrite. 

Fseudorexie. Pseudorexia, or -resia. 

Fseudo-sarcocele. Scrotal elephantiasis, 

Fseudo-sereuse, v. Membrane having 
the appearance bat not the structure 
of a serous membrane. 

Fseudosmie. Pseudosmia. 

Pseudosperme. Pseudospermous, or 
-mic. 

Fseudospore, Pseudospore, 

Fseudostome ; Fseudostose. Pseudo- 
stoma, or -me. 

Fseudo-syphilis. Pseudo-syphilis, 

Fseudotoxine. Pseudotoxin. 

Pseudo-urique. Pseudo-uric. 

Fseudoxanthine, Pseudoxanthin, 

Psilose. Psilosis ; Depilation. 

Psilothre. Depilatory, adj. ; Psilo- 
thrum, s. 

Psoas. Psoas, 

Fsodyme. Psodymus. 

Psoite ; Psoitis. Psoitis. 

Fsophose. The production of a noise or 
of a sound. 

Fsore. Psora ; Scabies ; Itch ; Psoriasis, 

Fsor^lytrie, A granular condition of 
the vaginal mucous membrane, 

Psorent^rie. Psorentery ; Asiatic cho- 
lera. 

Psoriasique. Psoriatic. 

Psoriasis. Psoriasis, 

Psorique. Psoric. 

Fsorophthalmie. Psorophtbalmia; Mar- 
ginal blepharitis, 

Fsoropte. A species of sarcoptes, para- 
sites of ruminants and solipeds (Ger- 
vais, 1841). 

Psoroptique, Pertaining to a species of 
sarcoptes, etc. (See Psoropte.) 

Psorospermie. Psorospermia. 

Psorospermique, P8orospermic,or -mial, 

Psorospermose, Psorospermosis. 

Fsychagoglque ; Fsychagogue. Psycba- 
gogic ; Restorative to consciousness, 
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Psychiatric. Psychiatry. 

Psychique. Psychic ; Psychical. 

Psychodyaire. Phytozoon, s. ; Concern- 
ing the Phytozoa, adj. (Saint Vin- 
cent, 1824). 

Psychologie. Psychology. 

Psycho -mo teur, -trice. Said of those 
parts of the brain that control mus- 
cular movements ; Psycho-motor. 

Psychopathie. Psychopathy. 

Psychopathique. Psychopathic. 

Psycho-physiologie. Psychophysiology ; 
Psychology. 

Psycho-physiologique. Psychophysio- 
logical. 

Psychose. Psychosis. 

Psychotique. Pertaining to psychosis. 

Psychrologue. A medical man who 
employs cold water and ice treatment. 

Psychrometre. Psychrometer. 

Psychrotherapeutique, ou -therapie, 
ou -therapique. The therapeutical 
employment of cold water and of ice. 

Psyctique. Refrigerant. 

Psydracie, -ee. Pertaining to psydra- 
cium. 

Psydracium. Psydracium ; A small 
pustule. 

Psylle. (1) Snake charmer ; (2) Flea ; 
Puceron. 

Psyllion. Plantain. 

Ptarmica ; Ptarmique. Achillea ptar- 
mica ; Sneezewort. 

Ptene. Osmium. 

Ptereal. The greater wing of the 
sphenoid as a separate bone. 

Pt^r^on ; Pterion. Pterion. 

Pterocarpe, ou -pus. Pterocarpous 
{adj), -pus (s). 

Pterocarpine. A neutral body extracted 
from sandal wood (Cazeneuve). 

Pt^rodactyle. Pterodactylous, adj. ; 
Pterodactyl, s. 

Pteroglosse. Pteroglossine. 

Pteroide ; Pterode. Resembling a fin. 

Pt^ropode. Pteropod. 

Pterygion. Pterygium. 

Pterygo-anguli-maxillaire. The In- 
ternal pterygoid muscle, «. ; Pertain- 
ing to it, adj. 

Pt^rygo-coUi-maxillaire. The External 
pterygoid muscle, s. ; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 

Pterygode. Pterygoda. 

Pt^rygographie. Description of 
feathered wings. 

Pterygo-hyoldien, -ienne. Going from 
the pterygoid process to the hyoid 
bone, or to the hyoid muscles. 



Pt^rygolde. Pterygoid ; Wing-shaped. 

Pterygoldien, -ienne. Pterygoid ; Ptery- 
goidean. 

Pterygoldien. Grand-. The Internal 
pterygoid muscle. 

Pterygoldien. Petit-. The External 
pterygoid muscle. 

Pterygo-maxillaire. Pterygomaxillary. 

Pt^rygome. Pterygoma. 

Pt^rygo-palatin, -inc. Pterygopalatine, 
or -palatal. 

Pt^rygo-pharyngien, -ienne. Pterygo- 
pbaiyngeal, adj. ; Pterygopharyn- 
geus, s. ; I'alato-pharyngeus, s. 

Pterygo - staphylin. Pterygo - staphy- 
linus ; Tensor palati, v. ; Pertain- 
ing to it, adj. 

Pterygo - S3mdesmo - staphyli-pharyn- 
gien, -ienne. Pterygo-syndesmo-sta- 
phylo - pharyngeus ; The Superior 
constrictor, .v. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Ptilose. Ptilosis. 

Ptisane. Tisane. 

Ptomaine. Ptomain. 

Ptosis. Ptosis. 

Ptyalagogue. Ptyalagogue ; Sialagogue. 

Ptyaline. Ptyalin. 

Ptyalisme. Ptyalism. 

Ptyalose. Ptyalose. 

Ptysmagogue. Ptysmagogue ; Siala- 
gogue. 

Pubere. Pubescent. 

Puberte. Puberty. 

Pubescence. Pubescence. 

Pubescent, -ente. Pubescent. 

Pubien, -ienne. Pubic ; Pubal. 

Pubio-cavemeux, -euse. Pertaining to 
the pubes and to the corpora caver- 
nosa, adj. ; Pubo-cavernosus ; The 
Compressor venae dorsalis muscle, s. 

Pubio-coccygien-annulaire. The Leva- 
tores ani and the Coccygei considered 
as one muscle (Dumas). 

Pubio-f^moral, -ale. The Adductor 
longua of the thigh, s. ; Pertaining 
to it, adj. 

Pubio-ombilical, -ale. The Pyramidalis 
abdominis muscle, s. ; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 

Pubio-prostatique. Pubio-prostaticus, 
s. ; Pubio-prostatic, adj. 

Pubio-rectal, -ale. Pubio-rectal. 

Pubio-stemal. Pubio-sternalis ; Rectus- 
abdominis, s. ; Pubio-stemal, a^j. 

Pubiotomie. Pubiotomy. 

Pubio-ur^tbral, -ale. Pubo-urethral, 
adj. ; Pubo - urethralis (Wilson's 
muscle) ; Part of the Compressor 
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Pubio- vesical, -ale. Pubo- vesical, arf/.; 

Compressor prostatse, s. 

Pubis. (1) Pubes ; (2) Os pubis. 

Puccine. Puccin. 

Puce. Plea ; Pulex. 

Puce maligne. Malignant pustule. 

Pucelage. Virginity ; Maidenhead. 

Puceron. Puceron ; Plant-louse. 

Pudendagre. Pudendagra. 

Pudendum. Pudendum ; pi. Pudenda. 

Pudeur. Modesty ; Decency. 

Pu^riculture. The part of hygiene that 
has reference to the bringing-up of 
children. 

Pu^ril, -ile. Puerile. 

Puerperal, -ale. Puerperal. 

Puerperalit^ ; Puerperisme. Puerper- 
ality. 

Pug ; Pugillus ; Pincee. Pugillus. 

Puissance. (1) Power ; (2) Power of 
erection. 

Puissant, adj., m. et s. Capable of j 
erection, adj. ; A man capable of 
having connection, s. 

Pulex. Pulex ; Flea. 

Pulicaire. Applied to eruptions that 
resemble the bites of fleas. 

PuUulation. PuUulation. 

Pulmo-aortique. Pulmo-aortic, adj. : 
Ductus arteriosus, s. 

Pulmobranche. Pulmobranchial. 

Pulmometre. Pulmometer ; Spirometer; 
Pneometer. 

Pulmonaire, s. Pulmonaria ; Lung- 
wort. 

Pulmouaire ; Pulmonal, -ale, adjx. 
Pulmonary ; Pulmonic. 

Pulmone, -ee. Pulraonate. 

Pulmonie. Consumption ; Phthisis ; 
Pneumonia. 

Pulmonique. Pulmonic. 

Pulmoniste. A person affected with 
consumption. 

Pulmonite. Pulmonitis ; Pneumonia. 

Pulpaire. Pertaining to pulp. 

Pulpation. Pulpefaction. 

Pulpe. Pulp ; Pulpa. 

Pulpeux, -euse. Pulpous; Pulpy; Pulp- 
ose. 

Pulpite. Pulpitis. 

Pulpoire. A spatula for reducing sub- 
stances to pulp. 

Pulque. Pulque. 

Pulsatif, -ive. Pulsative ; Pulsatory. 

Pulsatile. Pulsatile. 

Pulaatille. Pulsatille ; Meadow ane- 
mone. 

Pulsation. Pulsation. 

Pulsion. Impulsion. 



Pultac^, -6e. Pultaceous. 

Pultation. Reduction to a pultaceous 
condition. 

Pulv^rifere. (1) Containing powder; 
(2) Pulverizing. 

Pulv^risateuT. Instrument for pulveri- 
zation. 

Pulverisation. Pulverization, or -sation. 

Pulverol^. A medicated powder. 

Pulv^rulence. The pulverulent condi- 
tion. 

Pulvinar. Pulvinar. 

Pulviniforme. Pulvilliform. 

Pumacuchu. Ratanhia ; Rhatany. 

Pumite. Pumice. 

Puna. Puna ; Mountain sickness. 

Punais, -se, adj. Affected with ozsena. 

Punalse. Bug. 

Punaisie. Ozaena ; Ozena. 

Puncticulaire. Puncticulate, or -lose. 

Pimctiforme. Punctiform. 

Punctum. Punctum. 

Punicine. Punicin. 

Pupe. Pupa. 

Pupifere. Pupiparous ; Pupigenous. 

Pupillaire. Pupillary. 

Pupille. Pupil. 

Pupill^, -^e. Pupillate. 

Pupipare. Pupiparous. 

Pur, -ure. Pure. 

Purgatif, -ive. Purgative. 

Purgation. Purgation. 

Puriforme. Puriform. 

Purpura. Purpura. 

Purpurate. Purpurate. 

Purpurine. Pnrpurin. 

Purpurique. Purpuric. 

Purpuroxanthine. Purpuroxanthin. 

Purulence. Purulence. 

Purulent, -ente. Purulent. 

Pus. Pus. 

Pustulation. Pustulation. 

Pustule. Pustule ; Pustula. 

Pustuleux, -euse. Pustulous, or -lose. 

Putamen. Putamen. 

Putrefactif, -ive. Putrefactive. 

Putrefaction. Putrefaction. 

Putrescence. Putrescence. 

Putrescent, -ente. Putrescent, 

Putrescibilit^. The property of a sub- 
stance of entering into a state of 
putrefaction. 

Putrescible. Capable of putrefying. 

Putride. Putrid. 

Putridity. Putridity. 

Putrilage. Putrilage. 

Putrilagineux, -euse. Brought to a 
state of putrilage. 

Pyarthrose. Pyarthrosis. 



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Pycuide. Pycnide ; Pycnid ; Pycnidium. 
Pycnometre. Pycnometer. 
Pycnotique. Pycnotic. 
Pyelite. Pyelitis. 
Py^lo-nephrite. Pyelo-nephritis. 
Pyemie ; Pyoh^mie. Pyaemia ; Pyemia, 
Pygidium. Pygidium. 
Pygodidyme. Pygodidymus (•s), -mous 

(adj). 
Pygomele. Pygomelus. 
Pygopage. Pygopagus (s-), -gous (adj). 
Pygopagie. The pygopagous condition. 
Pyine. Pyin. 
Pyique. Pyic. 
Pylangium. Pylangium, 
Pylephlebite. Pylephlebitis ; Inflam- 
mation of the portal vein. 
Pylore. Pylorus, 
Pylorectomie. Pylorectoray. 
Pylorique, Pyloric, 
Pyloroplastie, Pyloroplasty. 
Pyocyanine. Pyocyanin. 
Pyocyte. Pyocyte. 
Pyode. Purulent. 
Pyog^nie. Pyogenesis ; Pyogenia. 
Pyogenique. Pyogenic. 
Pyohemie. Pyaemia ; Pyohaemia. 
Pyohemique. Pyaemia ; Pyemie, 
Pyoide. Pyoid. 
Pyometre, s.f. Pyometra, 
Pyophthalmie. Pyophthalraia ; Hypo- 
pyon. 
Pyopneumothorax. Pyopneumothorax . 
Pyopoese. Pyopoiesis ; Suppuration. 
Pyopoetique. Pyopoietic ; Producing 

suppuration, 
Pyorrhagie, Pyorrhagia, 
Pyorrhee. Pyorrhea, or -oea, 
Pyosalpinx, Pyosalpinx. 
Pyothorax. Pyothorax. 
Pyoxanthose, Pyoxanthose, or -thin. 
Pyozoaire. A granule of the pus leuco- 
cytes, which through the Brownian 
movement resembles an animalcule 
(Bergeret). 
P3n:ac6tique. Pyracetic. 
Pyramidal, -ale. Pyramidal, adj, ; 

Pyramidalis, s. 
Pyramide. Pyramid. 

Pyrene, Pyrene. 

Pyr^n^ine. Glairin, 

Pjrrenoide. Pyrenoid. 

Pyrenomycete. Pyrenomycetes. 

Pyrethre. Pyrethrum ; Pellitory. 

Pyretique. Pyretic. 

Pyr^togene. Pyretogenic. 

Pjrretog^n^tique ; Pyr^togenique, 
Stimulating ; Pyretogenic. 

Pyr^tologie, Pyretology, 



Pyretologique, Pyretologic, 

Pyretologiste, Pyretologist. 

Pyrexie. Pyrexia, 

Pyrexique. Pertaining to pyrexia, 

Pyrh^liometre. Instrument for measur- 
ing the radiating heat of the sun. 

Pyridine, Pyridin, 

Pyridique, (1) Pertaining to pyridin ; 
(2) Pyrogenous. 

Pyriforme, Pyriform. 

Pjirite. Pyrites, 

Pyriteux, -euse. Pertaining to pyrites. 

Pyritologie. Description of pyrites. 

Pyroacetique. Pyro-acetic. 

P3n:ocat6chine. Pyrocatechin. 

Pyrocatechique. Pyrocatechic. 

P3rrocatechutique. Pyrocatechuic, or 
-chinic. 

Pyrocitrique. Pyrocitric, 

PjTTodextrine. Pyrodextrin, 

Pyrogaiacine, Pyroguaiacin, 

Pyrogaiacique, Pyroguaiacic, 

Pyxogallate, Pyrogallate. 

Pjrrogallique. Pyrogallic. 

Psrrogallol. Pyrogallol, 

Pyrogene. Pyrogenic. 

Pjrrogene, -ee. Pyrogenous. 

Pyrogenese. Pyrogenesia, or -sis. 

Pyrogen^sique, ou -g^netique. Pyro- 
gen etic ; Pyrogenic, 

Pjnrog^nie, Pyrogenesis, or -sia, 

Pjnroglyc^rine, Pyroglycerin. 

Pyroglycide, Pyroglycin; Metaglycerin, 

Pjrrolde, Resembling fire ; Phosphor- 
escent, 

Pyrolactique, Pyrolactic, acZ/,;Lactid, v, 

Pyrole. Pyrole ; Winter-green. 

Pyroleique. Sebaeic. 

Pyxoligneux, -euse, Pjrroligneoua. 

Pyrolithique. Pyrolithic ; Cyanuric. 

Pjrrologie. Pyrology, 

Pyromalique, Maleic. 

Pyromanie, Pyromania, 

Pyromeconique, Pyromeconic, 

Pyrometre. Pyrometer, 

Pyronome. An explosive mixture con- 
taining saltpetre, antimony, etc. 

Pyronomie, Pyronomia ; The art of re- 
gulating the mechanical and chemical 
application of fire, 

Pyrope. An alloy of copper and gold. 
Pyrophlyctide. Pyrophlyctis ; Malig- 
nant pustule (Alibert). 
Pyrophosphate. Pyrophosphate. 
Pyrophosphorique. Pyrophosphorie, 
P3nrophytique. Applied to vegetable 

pyrogenous acids (Unverdorben). 
P3rropoese. Pyrogenesis. 
P3rropuncture. Pyropuncture. 



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Pyroscope. Pyroscope. 
Pyrosique. Pertaining to pyrosis. 
Pyrosis. Pyrosis ; Heartburn. 
Pjrrosorbique. Maleic. 
Pyrotartarique. Pyrotartarie. 
Pyrotechnie. Pyroteehnia, 
Pyrothonide. Pyrothonid. 
Pjnrotique. Pyrotic. 
Pyro-urique. Pyro-uric ; Cyanuric. 
Pyrovinique. Pyrovinic. 
Pjnroxam. Xyloidin. 
Pyroxanthine. Pyroxanthin. 
Pyroxyle ; Pjroxyline. Pyroxylin, or 

-liniim ; Gun-cotton. 
P5rroxylique. Pyroxylic ; Methylic. 
Pyrozoique. Applied as a generic name 

to pyrogenous bodies of animal origin. 
P3rrrheique. Euxanthic. 
Pyrrheleon. Pyrrhol. 
Pyrrhetine. Pyrrhetin ; The pjrro- 

genous resins in general. 
Pyrrhol. Pyrrhol ; Pyrrol. 
Pjrruvique. Pyruvic. 
Pjrulque. Instrument to extract pus 

from a cavity of the body. 
Pynrie. Pyuria. 
Pjrxide. Pyxidium. 
Pyxid^, -ee. Pyxidate. 
Pyxine. Pyxina. 
Pyxing, -ee. Pertaining to pyxina. 

Q.P. (A volont^). Abbreviation of 
Quantum placet : At will. 

Q.S. (Quantity 8ufl5.aante). Abbrevia- 
tion of Quantum satis ; In sufficient 
quantity. 

Qara. Pumpkin. 

Quadrangulaire. Quadrangular. 

Quadricarbure. Quadricarburet, or 
-carbide. 

Quadricarbure de Faraday. Butylene. 

Quadricarbure d'hydrogene. Acetylene. 

Quadricome. (Juadricorn ; Quadricor- 
nous. 

Quadridente, -^e. Quadridentate. 

Quadridigit^, -^e. Quadridigitate. 

Quadrifide. (iuadrifid. 

Quadrifoli^, -6e. Quadrifoliate. 

Quadrifoliol^, -^e. Quadrifoliolate. 

Quadriga. A bandage for fractures of 
the ribs, clavicle and sternum. 

Quadrigemin^, -6e. Quadrigeminate. 

Quadrihydrique. Containing four equi- 
valents of hydrogen or of water. 

Quadrijugue, -^e. Quadrijugate. 

Quadrijumeau. Quadrigeminous. 

Quadrijumeaux. Tubercules-. Cor- 
pora Quadrigemina. 

Quadrilatere. Quadrilateral. 



Quadrilob^, -6e. Quadrilobate. 

Quadriloculaire. Quadrilocular. 

Quadripartite. Quadripartite. 

Quadripenne. (^uadripennate. 

Quadriprotoxyd^, -ee. Containing four 
equivalents of a protoxide. 

Quadrivalence. Quadrivalence, or cy. 

Quadrivalent, -ente. Quadrivalent. 

Quadrivalve. Quadri valvular. 

Quadroxalate. Oxalate in which four 
equivalents of acid are combined with 
one equivalent of the base. 

Quadrumane. Quadrumanous. 

Quadrumanes. Quadrumana. 

Quadrupede. Quadruped ; Four-footed. 

Qualitatif, -ive. Qualitative. 

Qualite. Quality. 

Quantitatif, -ive. Quantitative. 

Quantity. Quantity. 

Quantivalence. Quantivalence, or -cy. 

Quarantainaire. Pertaining to quaran- 
tine. 

Quarantaiue. (1) Quarantine ; (2) The 
period of about forty years of age. 

Quartation. Quartation. 

Quarte. Quartan. 

Quartier. Quarter-evil. 

Quartine. Quartine. 

Quartz. Quartz. 

Quassation. Quassation. 

Quassia. Quassia. 

Quassie, -^e. Pertaining to quassia. 

Quassier. Quassia. 

Quassine ; Quassite. Quassin. 

Quatemaire. Quaternary. 

Quatem^, -^e. Quaternate. 

Quatre. Four. 

Quatrieme paire de nerfs craniens. 
Fourth pair of cranial nerves (Pa- 
thetics). 

Qu6brachine. Quebrachin. 

Quebracho. Quebracho. 

Quercine. Quercin. 

Quercitannique. Quercitannic. 

Quercite. Quercite. 

Quercitrin. Quercitrin. 

Quercitron. Quercus tinctoria. 

Quercus ; Chene. Quercus ; Oak. 

Question. Question. 

Queue. Tail ; Cauda. 

Queue de cheval, ou de la moelle epi- 
niere. Cauda equina. 

Queue de Tepipidyme. Globus minor, 
or tail of the epididymis. 

Quiescent, -ente. Quiescent. 

Quillai ; Quillaya. Quillaya. 

Quina ; Quinquina. Cinchona. 

Quinamicine. Quinamicin. 

Quinamidine. Quinamidin. 



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Quinamiue. Quinamin. 

Quinate. A salt of quinic acid. 

Quinconcial, -ale. Quincuncial. 

Quine, -ee. Quinate. 

Quinetine. Quinetin. 

Quinicine. Quinicin. 

Quinidine. Quinidin ; Quinidina. 

Quinier. Cinchona-tree. 

Quinimetrie. Measurement of the 

quantity of quinine contained in the 

various cinchona barks. 
Quinine. Quinin ; Quinine ; Quinia ; 

Quinina. 
Quinique. Quinic ; Kinic. 
Quinisme. Quininisni. 
Quinite. Mixture of salicine and ferro- 

cyanide of potassium, 
Quinium. An alcoholic extract of cin- 
chona. 
Quinizarine. Quinizarin . 
Quinoa. Quinoa. 
Quinogene. Producing quinine or its 

compounds. 
Quinolde. Resembling cinchona, adj. ; 

Mixture of berberin and oxyacan- 

thin, s. 
Quino'idine. Quinoidin. 
Quinoleine. Chinolina. 
Quinoline. Quinolin. 
Quinolique. Pertaining to quinolin. 
Quinologie. Quinology. 
Quinon; Quinone. Quinone. 
Quinotannique. Quinotannic. 
Quinotine. Quinidina. 
Quinova. Quinova ; Quina nova. 
Quinovatine. Aricin, 
Quinovine. Quinovin ; Kinovin. 
Quinoyle. Quinone. 
Quinquang^l^, -6e. Having five angles 

or points. 
Quinquedente, -ee. Quinquedentate. 
Quinquedigite, -ee. Quinquedigitate. 
Quinquefide. Quinquefid. 
Quinquefolie, -ee. Quinquefoliate. 
Quinquejugue, -ee. Quinquejugate. 
Quinqu^lobe, -6e. Quinquelobate. 
Quinqueloculaire. Quinquelocular. 
Quinquenerve, -6e. Quinquenervate. 
Quinquepartite. Quinquepartite. 
Quinqueserie, -ee. Quinqueserial. 
Quinquevalve. Quinquevalve. 
Quinquina. Cinchona ; Quinquina ; 

Peruvian bark. 
Quintane. Quintan. 
Quinte de toux. A fit of coughing. 
Quintefeuille. Cinque-foil. 
Quintessence. Quintessence. 
Qulnteux, -euse. That comes on by fits 

or by frequent attacks. 



Quintine. Quintine. 

Quotidlen, -ienne. Quotidian ; Daily. 

R. (Recipe, Prenez). I^ (Recipe, Take). 
R. In chemistry, symbol of metal in 

general. 
Rabi^ique ; Rabien, -ienne. Rabic ; 

Rabietic. 
Rabifique. Rabific. 
Rabiforme. Rabiform. 
Rabique. Rabic ; Rabietic. 
Rable. Back (superior lumbar and 

sacral regions of a hare, rabbit, etc.). 
Rabot. A kind of instrument for filing 

the teeth. 
Raboteux, -euse. Rough ; Knotty ; 

Uneven ; Rugged. 
Racahout. Racahout. 
Raccourcissement. Shortening. 
Race. Race ; Breed. 
Racemate. A salt of racemic acid. 
Raceme. Raceme. 
Racemeux, -euse. Racemose. 
Racemiforme. Racemiform. 
Rac6mique. Racemic. 
Rach-, et beaucoup mieux, Rhach-. See 

Rhach-, more correct than Rach-. 
Rache. The various eruptive diseases 

of the scalp. 
Racine. Root ; Radix. 
Rack. Rack ; Arrack. 
Raclage ; Raclement. Scraping (bones, 

ulcers, etc.). 
Raclure. Scrapings ; The results of 

scraping. 
Racomissement. Shrivelling ; Drying 

up ; Hardening. 
Radesyge. Radesyge. 
Radiaire; Radial, -ale. (1) Radial; 

(2) Radiant. 
Radiant, -ante. Radiant ; Radiating. 
Radiatiforme. Radiatiform. 
Radiation. Radiation. 
Radical, -ale. Radical. 
Radical, s. Radicle ; Radical ; Root. 
Radicant, -ante. Radicant. 
Radication. Radication. 
Radicelle. Radicel ; Radicle. 
Radicifiore. Radiciflorous. 
Radiciforme. Radiciform. 
Radiculaire. Radicular, 
Radicule. Radicule ; Radicle. 
Radiculode. The inferior portion of 

the germ. 
Radie, -ee. Radiate ; Radiated. 
Radieux, -euse. Radiant. 
Radio-carpien, -ienne. Radio-carpal. 
Radio-cubital, -ale. Radioulnar. 
Radio-humeral, -ale. Radio-humeral. 



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Radiometre. Radiometer. 

Badio-palmaire. Radio-palmar. 

Badio-phalangettien du pouce. The 
Flexor longus pollicis (hand), s-. ; Per- 
taining to it, adj. 

Radiophone. Radiophone (Bell). 

Radio-Bus-palmaire. Applied to the 
first perforating artery (branch of the 
radial) in the hand. 

Badis. Radish. 

Radius. Radius. 

Radula. Radula. 

Radulaire. Pertaining to the radula. 

Raduliforme. Raduliform. 

Raifinage. Refining. 

Raffl^sie. Rafflesia. 

Rafle. Rafle (Vet.). 

Rafralchissant, -ante. Refreshing ; 
Cooling ; Refrigerant. 

Rage. Rabies. 

Ragle. Ragle ; Hallucination due to 
insolation, etc. 

Raideur. Rigidity ; Stiffness. 

Raie. (1) Line ; Mark ; Streak ; Stripe ; 
(2) Skate ; Ray (fish). 

Raien, -ienne. Pertaining to the ray 
(fish). 

Raiefort. Horseradish. 

Raiide. See Raien. 

Rainure. Groove ; Depression. 

Raisin. Grape. 

Raisiniere. A form of staphyloma of 
the iris. 

Raison. Reason. 

Raisonnaut, -ante. Reasoning {pr. 
part.). 

Raisonnante. Manie-. Mania without 
delirium and with a tendency to end- 
less arguments. 

Raisonnement. Reasoning, s. ; Argu- 
ment ; Rationality. 

Rajide, ou -d^, -^e ; Rajien, -ienne. 
See Raien. 

Rak. Rak ; Arrack. 

Raki. Raki. 

Ra,le. Rale. 

Ralliement. Point de-. A point or 
mark (such as a surface mark, etc.) 
which furnishes indications to the 
surgeon in operations. 

Ramaire. Ramal. 

Ramasse, -^e. Clustered ; Juxtaposited. 

Rameaire. Resembling branches ; 
Coming from branches. 

Ram^al, -ale ; Ram^en, -eenne. Ramal. 

Rameau. Branch ; Ramus. 

Ramelle. Ramellun. 

Ramentace, -6e. Ramentaceous. 

Bameux, -euse. Ramose. 



Ramicome. Ramicom. 
Ramification. Ramification. 
Ramifi^, -^e. Ramified. 
Ramiflore. Ramiflorous. 
Ramiforme. Ramiform. 
Ramingue. Restive. 
Ramipare. Ramiparous. 
Ramolli, -ie. Softened ; Enervated. 
RamoUissement. Softening. 
Rampant, -ante. Creeping ; Rampant ; 

Crawling. 
Rampe du colimacon. One of the two 

subdivisions of the canal of the 

cochlea separated from the other by 

the lamina spiralis. 
Ramule. Ramulus. 
Ramuscule. Ramuscule. 
Rana. Frog ; Rana. 
Ranee. Rancid. 
Rancidite. Rancidity. 
Rancificatiou ; Ranciment. Rancidifi- 

cation. 
Rancique. Pertaining to rancidity. 
Rancissement. Production of rancidity. 
Rang^e. Row. 
Ranin, -ine. Ranine. 
Ranulaire. Pertaining to ranula ; Rauu* 

lar. 
Ranule ; Grenouillette. Ranula. 
Rapace. Rapacious. 
Rapac6, -4e. Pertaining to the long 

radish. 
Rapaces. Birds of prey. 
Rd.pe. Bruit de-. Rasping or grating 

sound or bruit. 
Rapeux, -euse. Grating ; Rough ; 

Harsh ; Rugged ; Uneven. 
Raphanie. Raphania. 
Raphanus. Radish. 
Raph^. Raphe. 
Raphide. Raphis. 
Rapiforme. See Rapace. 
Rapport. (1) Bearing ; Analogy ; Re- 
lation (Anatomy) ; (2) Statement ; 

Account ; Return ; (3) Eructation. 
Rapports. (1) Sexual intercourse ; (2) 

Legal statement of a medical man. 
Rapproch^, -^e. Near to ; Related to 

(Anatomy). 
Raptus. Raptus. 
Rare. Rare ; Unusual ; Scanty. 
Rarefaction. Rarefaction. 
Rar^fiable. That can be rarefied ; 

Rarefiable. 
Rar^fiant, -ante. Rarefying. 
Rarescibilite. The fact or condition of 

being rarefiable. 
Rariflore. Pauciflorous. 
Rarifoli^, -ee. Barifoliate. 



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Base. The essence that floats after the 

distillation of resins. 
Basement. Wearing away of the teeth 

(Vet.). 
Bash. Rash ; Eruption. 
Basion. Filing away with a file or 

rasp. 
Basorisme. Rasorism ; Rasorianism ; 

Contra-stimulism. 
Baspatoire. Raspatory. 
Bassis, -ise. Regular ; Cold ; Settled. 
Bat. Rat. 
Batafia. Ratafia. 
Batanhia. Ratanhia ; Rhatany ; Kra- 

meria. 
Batanhine. Ratanhine ; Methylated 

tyrosin. 
Bate. Spleen. 
Batelaire. Good for the spleen, axJj. ; 

Aristolochia clematitis, s. 
Bateleux, -euse. Splenetic ; Splenic. 
Batelier. Set of artificial teeth. 
Batelle. Anthrax in pigs. 
Bation. Ration. 
Bationalisme. Rationalism. 
Bationaliste. Rationalist. 
Bationnel, -elle. Rational. 
Baucite. Raucity ; Hoarseness. 
Bauque. Hoarse. 
Bave. Rape ; Long radish. 
Bavisseur. See Rapace. 
Bavivement; Avivement. The action 

of refreshing the edges of a wound, 

etc. 
Baye, -ee. Striated ; Striped ; Streaked. 
Bayon. (1) Ray of light. ; (2) Furrow : 

(3) Radius. 
Bayonnant, -ante. Radiant. 
Bayonne, -ee. Radiated. 
Bayonnement. Radiance ; Radiancy ; 

Radiation. 
Beacteur. A body acting as a reagent. 
Beactif, -ive. Reagent. 
Beaction. Reaction. 
Beactionnel, -elle. Pertaining to re- 
action. 
Bealgar. Realgar. 
Bebondissant, -ante. Rebounding ; 

Dicrotic. 
Beborde, -ee. Having a ledge or brim. 
Bebouteur. Bone setter. 
B^ceptacle. Receptacle ; Receptaeulum. 
B^ceptaculaire. Receptacular. 
Beceptivite. Receptivity. 
Becessus. Recessus. 
Becette. Formula ; Prescription. 
Bechute. Relapse. 

Becidive. Recidive ; Relapse ; Recur- 
rence ; Recidivation. 



Becidivit^. Recidivity. 
B^cipe ; Prenez. Recipe ; ]^. 
B^cipient. Recipient ; Receiver. 
Beclinaison. Reulination ; Reclinatio. 
B^clinaison de la cataracte. Reclina- 

tion of cataract ; Couching ; Kero- 

tonyxis. 

des paupieres. Ectro- 



de I'ut^rus. Prolapse of 



Beclinaison 
pion. 

Beclinaison 
the uterus 

Becline, -6e. Reclinate. 

Becombinaison. Recombination. 

Beconstituant, -ante. Applied to drugs 
that promote nutrition by favouring 
assimilation and by being alteratives 
at the same time. 

Beconstitution. Reconstitution. 

Becorporatif, -ive. Metasyncritic. 

Becoupe, -pette, ou -pon. Coarse meal ; 
Grit; Pollard. 

Becrement, ou -turn. Recrement, or 
-turn. 

B^cr^mentitiel, -ielle. Recremental ; 
Recrementitious. 

B^cremento - excrementitiel, -ielle. 
Said of secretions that are partly ab- 
sorbed and partly thrown out as 
residual excrements (saliva, bile, 
etc.). 

Eecnidescence. Recrudescence. 

Bectal, -ale. Rectal. 

Eectangulaire. Rectangular. 

Becteur, -trice. That directs; Aro- 
matic. 

Bectification. Rectification. 

Bectifi6, -ee. Rectified ; Refined. 

Bectinerve. Rectinerved. 

Bectiserie, -ee. Rectiserial. 

Bectlte. Rectitis, 

Bectiuscule. That is nearly straight. 

Bectocele, et beaucoup mieux, Procto- 
cele. Rectocele ; Proctocele. 

Becto-coccygien, -ienne. Rectococcv- 
geal. 

Bectorrhaphie, et beaucorip mieiix, 
Proctorrhaphie. Proctorrhaphy. 

Bectotome, et beaucoup mieux, Proc- 
totome. Rectotome ; Proctotome. 

Bectotomie, et beaucoup inieux, Proc- 
totomie. Rectotomy : Proctotomy. 

Eecto-urethral, -ale. Recto-urethral. 

Becto-uterin, -ine. Recto-uterine. 

Becto-vaginal, -ale. Recto-vaginal. 

Becto -vesical, -ale. Recto- vesical. 

Bectum. Rectum. 

Becuit. The process of twice subjecting 
to the action of fire ; Re-heating : 
The annealing of metals. 



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Becul. Walking backwards (animals) ; 
Recoil of the heart (Hiffelsheim) ; 
Term applied by Hiffelsheim to the 
beat of the heart felt by the hand 
placed on the chest. 

Recurrence. Recurrence. 

Recurrent, -ente. Recurrent. 

Recurvirostre. Recurvirostral. 

Reddition. Expulsion. 

Redhibitoire. Rendering the sale of an 
animal null and void (Vet.). 

Redintegration. Redintegration ; Re- 
sreneration ; Reconstitution. 

Redondance. Redundancy ; Plethora. 

Redoublement. Return, through a 
cause not foreign to the malady itself, 
of symptoms that had begun to di- 
minish. 

Redress^, -ee. Straightened : Cor- 
rected (deformity). 

Redressement. The action of correct- 
ing a deformity, a deviation ; Re- 
dressment, 

Redresseur. Redresser ; Instrument 
for redressment. 

Reducteur, -trice. That reduces, adj. ; 
Instrument for reducing fractures, 
dislocations, etc., h. 

Reductible. Reducible. 

Reduction. Reduction. 

R^duisant, -ante. Reducing. 

R^duit, -ite. Reduced. 

Reduplication. Reduplication. 

Reduplique, -ee. Reduplicate ; Re- 
duplicated. 

R^el, -elle. Real ; Effective. 

Refaite ; Refection. Redintegration. 

Reflechi, -ie. Reflected ; Reflexed. 

Reflecteur, -trice. Reflector, .s. (mus- 
cles) ; Reflective, adj. 

R6flectif, -ive. Reflective. 

Reflection. (1) Reflection ; (2) Reflec- 
tion ; Thought ; (3) see Reflet. 

Reflectivity. The character of reflex 
actions. 

Reflet. Reflection (light or colours). 

Reflexe. Reflex, adj. and s. ; Reflexes, 
s.pl. 

Reflexibilite. Reflex ibility. 

Reflexible. Reflexible ; Capable of 
reflex action. 

Reflexion. Reflection ; Reflexio ; see 
Reflection. 

Reflexite. Reflex action (Carpenter). 

Reforme. Invaliding; Half-pay (Mili- 
tary). 

Refractaire. Refractory. 

Refracte, -ee. Refracted ; That has 
undergone refraction. 



Refractif, -ive. Refractive. 

Refraction. Refraction. 

Refractometre. Refractometer. 

Refrangibilite. Refrangibility. 

Refrangible. Refrangible. 

Refrigerant, -ante ; Refrigeratif, -ive. 
Refrigerant, adj. and .v. 

Refrigeration. Refrigeration ; Cooling. 

Refringence. Refraction. 

Refringent, -ente. Refracting. 

Refroidissement. Cooling, s. ; Cold- 
ness ; A slight attack of cold. 

Regal, -ale. Regal ; Dominating. 

Regale. Eau-. Nitro-hydrochloric acid ; 
Aqua regia. 

Regalin, -ine. Pertaining to aqua regia. 

Regard. Gaze ; Look ; Aspect. 

Regeneratif, -ive. Regenerative. 

Regeneration ; Regenerescence. Re- 
generation. 

Regime. Regimen. 

Region. Region ; Regie. 

Regional, -ale. RegionaL 

Registre. Register. 

Regie. Rule ; Law. 

Regies. Menses ; Courses. 

Regies suppiementaires. Vicarious 
menstruation. 

Begiee. Bien-. Regular (with regard 
to menstruation). 

Reglisse. Liquorice. 

Regne animal. The animal kingdom. 

Regne inorganique, ou mineral.'.' All 
the natural mineral or inorganic pro- 
ducts. 

Regne organique. All the organic pro- 
ducts. 

Regne vegetal. All the vegetable pro- 
ducts. 

Regorgement. Overflowing (urine, etc.) ; 
Regorgement. 

Regressif, -ive. Regressive ; Return- 
ing. 

Regression. Regression ; Retrogression. 

Regularisation. The action of render- 
ing parts regular or symmetrical. 

Regulateur, -trice. Regulating ; That 
maintains the regularity of a move- 
i ment, adj. ; That moderates or con- 
ducts, adj. ; Regulator, s. 

Regulation. The effect of a regulating 
action. 

Regule. Re^ulus ; Pure metal. 

Regulier, -iere. Regular ; Normal. 

Regulin, -ine. That is in an absolute 
state of purity (metals). 

Regurgitation. Regurgitation. 

Reimplantation. Reimplantation. 

Rein. Kidney. 



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Beiuaire. Kenal ; Reniiorm. 

Beine des bois. Lily of the valley. 

Beine des pres. Ulmaria ; Meadow- 
sweet. 

Beinfection. Re-infection. 

Beinoculabilite. The possibility of re- 
inoculation. 

Beinoculable. That can be reinoculated. 

Beinoculation. Reinoculation. 

Beins. The loins ; The kidneys. 

Beins. Mai aux-. Lumbago. 

Beintegration. Redintegration. 

Bejectiou. Expulsion ; Rejection. 

Bejeton. (1) Shoot; Sprout; (2) Off- 
spring ; Scion. 

Bel^chant, -ante. Relaxing ; Relax- 
ant ; Relaxative ; Laxative. 

BelS,chement. Relaxation. 

Belatif, -ive. Relative ; Relating. 

Belation. Relation. 

Belaxation. Relaxation. 

Beleveur. Elevating, adj. ; Elevator, 
•V. ; Levator, .s. 

Beleveur de I'aile du nez. The Pyra- 
midalis nasi and the Compressor nasi 
(as one muscle). 

Beleveur de I'aile du nez et de la 
levre superieure. Levator labii 
superioris alseque nasi. 

Beleveur de Tangle des levres. Levator 
anguli oris. 

Beleveur de I'anus. Levator ani. 

Beleveur de la levre inferieure. Le- 
vator labii inferioris. 

Beleveur de la luette. The Azygos 
uvulae. 

Beleveur de I'omoplate. Levator anguli 
scapulae. 

Beleveur de la paupiere superieure. 
Levator palpebrae superioris. 

Beleveur de la prostate. Levator pros- 
tatas ; The anterior portion of the 
Levator ani (Santorini). 

Beleveur de I'urethre. Part of the 
Transversus perinaai (Santorini). 

Beleveur du coccyx. The Coccygeus 
muscle. 

Beleveurs des cotes. The External in- 
tercostal muscles. 

Bemede. Remedy. 

Bemige. Remex. 

B^mission; Bemittence. Remission. 

Bemittent, -ente. Remittent. 

Bemora. Remora (ancient instruments). 

Bempart. See Avant-mur. 

Bempart maxillaire. The gingival 
margin. 

Bemplacant, -ante. Replacing, adj. ; 
Substitute, •«. 



Benal, -ale. Renal. 

Benard. Fox. 

Bendement. Yield ; Produce. 

Benes du conarium, ou de la glande 
pineale. Peduncles of the pineal 
gland. 

Benflement. Swelling ; Enlargement 

Beniflement. Sniffing. 

B^niforme. Reniform. 

Benique. Renal. 

Benitence. Renitency. 

Benitent, -ente. Renitent. 

Benixigrade. That is resisting (or 
renitent), and at the same time 
graduated. 

Benne. Reindeer. 

Beno-gastrique. Nephro-gastric. 

Benonculacees. Ranunculacese. 

Benonculus. Ranunculus. 

Benouee. Polygonum ; Knot-grass. 

Benoueur ; Bebouteur ; Bhabilleur. 
Bone-setter. 

Benovation. Renovation. 

Benverse, -ee. Turned over ; Having 
turns (bandage). 

Benversement. Retroversion ; Prolapse ; 
Disturbance of the normal situation 
or conformation of an organ or a part 
through its position being reversed, 
or its component parts turned upside 
down. 

Benvoi. Eructation. 

Beometre ; Bheometre. Rheometer. 

Beophore ; Bheophore. Rheophore. 

Beorganisation. Reorganization, or 
-sation. 

Beparateur, -trice. Restorative ; Plas- 
tic ; Reparative ; Assimilable, adjs. ; 
Restorer, v. 

Beparation. Repairing ; Mending ; Sur- 
gical or natural restoration of parts ; 
Repair. 

Bepercussif, -ive. Repercutient; Reper- 
cussive. 

Bepercussion. Repercussion. 

B^percute, -ee. That has undergone, or 
that has developed through, reper- 
cussion. 

Bepercutif, -ive. See Repercussif. 

Bepere. Point de-. Same as Ralliement, 
Point de- (q.v.). 

Bepetition. Repetition ; Homotopy. 

Bepl^tion. Repletion. 

Bepli. Fold ; Process. 

Bepli semi - lunaire. The lachrymal 
caruncle. 

Beplicatif, -ive. Replicative. 

Bepos. Rest ; Repose ; Tranquillity ; 
Pause. 



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Reposition. The art of preserving or 
keeping medicinal substances. 

Repoussoir. (1) Punch (of a dentist) ; 
(2) Instrument for dealing with a 
sequestrum. 

Repoussoir d'arStes. A kind of pro- 
bang to push into the stomach a 
foreign body arrested in the oeso- 
phagus (Petit). 

Reproducteur, -trice. Reproductive. 

Reproductile. That is susceptible of 
reproduction. 

Reproductilite. Reproducibleness. 

Reproduction. Reproduction. 

Reproductivite. The possibility of re- 
producing ; Repioductivity. 

Reptation. Reptation. 

Reptatoire. Reptatory ; Reptatorial. 

Reptile. Reptile. 

Reptiles. Reptilia. 

Repullulation. Repullulation ; The 
return of a morbid growth. 

Repulsif, -ive. Repulsive. 

Repulsion. Repulsion. 

Requin. Shark. 

Requisition. Requisition ; Applica- 
tion. 

Rescision. Curtailment ; Section ; Abla- 
tion ; Rescission. 

Reseau. (1) Rate ; Plexus ; (2) The 
second stomach of ruminants, 

Reseau admirable. Rete mirabile. 

Roseau de Haller. Rete Halleri ; Rete 
vasculosum testis. 

Reseau muquenx de Malpighi. Rete 
Malpighii. 

Res^cable. That can be resected. 

Resection. Resection ; Excision. 

Reseda. Miji;nonette. 

Reservoir. Receptacle ; Reservoir. 

Reservoir de la bile. The gall-bladder. 

Reservoir des larmes. The lachrymal 
sac. 

Reservoir du chyle, ou de Pecquet. 
Receptaculum chyli. 

Reservoirs de la semence. Vesiculse 
seminales. 

Reservoir de I'urine. The urinary 
bladder. 

Residu. Residuum ; Residue. 

Residuel, -elle. Residual. 

Resilience. Resilience, or -cy. 

Resinac6, -^e. Resinaceous. 

R^sinate. Combination of a resin with 
a base. 

R^sine. Resin. 

R^sineux, -euse. Resinous. 

R^sinier, -iere. That yields resin. 

R^sinifere. Resiniferous. 



R^sinification. The attainment of the 
resinous condition. 

R^siniforme. Resiniform ; Resinoid. 

Resinigomme. Sabadillin. 

Resistance. Resistance. 

Resoluble. Solvable ; Resolvable. 

Resolutif, -ive. Resolutive ; Resolvent. 

Resolution. Resolution. 

Resomptif, -ive. Restorative. 

Resonance. Resonance. 

R^soimant, -ante. Resonant. 

Resonnateur. Resonator. 

R^sorbe, -^e. That has undergone re- 
sorption ; Reabsorbed. 

R^sorcine. Resorcin ; Resorcinum. 

Resorption. Resorption ; Reabsorption. 

Respirabilite. The quality of a re- 
spirable gas. 

Respirable. Respirable ; Vital. 

Respirateur, v. Respirator. 

Respirateur, -trice, adj. Respiratory ; 
Respirative. 

Respiration. Respiration. 

Respiratoire. Respiratory. 

Responsabilite. Responsibility. 

Ressemblance. Resemblance. 

Resserrant, -ante. Constipating. 

Resserre, -^e. Constipated. 

Resserrement. Constipation. 

Ressuscitant, -ante. Resuscitating ; 
Living again after desiccation. 

Restaurateur, -trice. Restoring ; Plas- 
tic. 

Restatiration. Restoration; Autoplasty. 

Restiforme. Restiform. 

Restitution cutanee. Autoplasty of 
the skin. 

Restreint, 8, Complete isolation or re- 
straint of dangerous lunatics. 

Restrinctif, -ive. Restringent ; Sup- 
pressive. 

Resultant, -ante. Resulting. 

R^sultante, ^'. Resultant, .?, 

R^sultat. Result. 

Resurrectioniste. Resurrectionist. 

R^supin^, -^e. Resupinate. 

Ret-. See also under Rhet-. 

Rete mirabile. Rete mirabile. 

R^tene. Retene. 

Retention. Retention. 

R^tentissement de la voiz. Resonance 
of the voice. 

R^tentivite. The fact of being sub- 
jected to retention. 

Rete testis ; Rete vasculosum testis. 
Rete testis ; Rete vasculosum testis. 

Reticulation. Reticulation. 

R^ticulaire. Reticular. 

Reticule. Reticulum ; A small network. 



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Reticule, -ee. Reticulate. 

Reticulum. Reticulum. 

R^tif, -ive. Restive. 

R6tiforme. Retiform. 

Retinacle. Retinaculum. 

Retina. Retina. 

R^tinerve. Retinerved. 

Retinien, -ienne ; Retinique. Retinal. 

Retinite. Retinitis. 

R^tinitif, -ive. That prevents displace- 
ment ; That keeps an organ in its 
place. 

R^tipede. Retiped. 

Retoire. Potential cautery (Vet.). 

Retorte. Retort. 

Retour. Age de-. The period of the 
decline of life. 

RetoTir. Heredite en-. Atavism. 

Retracte, -ee. Retracted. 

Retracteur. Retractor. 

Retractile. Retractile. 

Retractility. Retractility. 

Retraction. Retraction. 

Retrait. Shrinking ; Diminution in 
volume ; Retraction. 

Retrait des arteres. Arterial systole. 

Retraite. Retirement. 

Retrecissement. Stricture. 

Retroaction. Retroaction ; Reverse 
action. 

R^troceps. Retroceps ; A variety of 
obstetric forceps. 

Retrocession. Retrocession. 

Retrocessif, -ive. Pertaining to retro- 
cession. 

Retroflexion. Retroflexion. 

Retrogradation. Retrograde develop- 
ment. 

R^troition. Regression ; Retrogression ; 
Inclination backwards of one tooth 
or of several teeth. 

R^tro-oculaire. Retro-ocular. 

Retro-peritoneal, -ale. Retroperitoneal. 

Retropulsion. Retropulsion. 

R^tropupillaire. Retropupillary. 

R^tro-s^reux, -euse. At the back of 
the serous membranes ; Retro-serous. 

R^trostation. Ingrowing of the teeth. 

R^tro-stemal, -ale. Retrosternal. 

Retro-ut^rin, -ine. Retro-uterine. 

Retroversion. Retroversion. 

Retus, -use. Retuse. 

Reunion. Reunion ; Union ; Healing. 

Reunion immediate, ou par premiere j 
intention. Union or healing by first 
intention. ! 

Reunion mediate, ou par seconde in- ' 
tention. Union or healing by second i 
intention. j 



Revaccination. Revaccination. 

Revalesciere. A mixture of meal of 
lentil, maize, peas, barley and salt. 

R§vasserie. Troubled dreams. 

Reve, Dream. 

R6veil. Awakening. 

Reveille-matin. Wartwort ; Spurge. 

Reverberation. Reverberation. 

Rdverbere. (1) Reflector ; (2) Street 
lamp. 

R^versibilite. The quality of that which 
is revertible. 

Reversible. Revertible. 

Reversif, -ive. That causes reversion ; 
Pertaining to reversion. 

Reversion. Reversion. 

Revdtement. Covering, s. ; Coating, n. ; 
Revetment. 

Revision. Examination of recruits for 
the army, etc. 

Revivification. Revivification. 

Reviviscence. Reviviscence. 

R6viviscent, -ente ; Reviviscible. Sus- 
ceptible of reviviscence. 

Revolute, -6e; R^volutif, -ive. Revo- 
lute. 

Revolution. Revolution. 

Revulseur. Revulsor. 

Revulsif, -ive. Revulsive. 

Revulsion. Revulsion. 

Rhabarbarin, ou -ine. Rhabarbarin. 

Rhabditis. Rhabditis. 

Rhabdocoele. Rhabdocelous {adj), -lus 

Rhabdoide. Rhabdoidal. 
Rhachialgie. Rhachialgia ; Rachialgia. 
Rhachidieu, -ienne. Rhachidian ; Rha- 

fhidial ; Rachidian, or -dial. 
Rhachis. Rhachis ; The spinal column ; 

Rachis. 
Rhachisagre. Rhachisagra ; Rachis- 

agra ; Rhachiagra ; Rachiagra. 
Rhachitique. Rhachitic ; Rachitic. 
Rhachitis ; Rhachitisme. Rhachitia ; 

Rachitis ; Rickets. 
RhacMtome. Rhachitome ; Rachitome ; 

Rhachiotome ; Rachiotome. 
Rhachitomie. Rhachitomy ; Rachi- 

tomy ; Rhachiotomy ; Rachiotomy. 
Rhacose. Rhacosis. 
Rhagade. Rhagades {pi. of Rhagas). 
Rhagoide. Like a grape (term applied 

to the uvea and to the choroid). 
Rhamnegine. Rhamnegin. 
Rhamnetine. Rhamnetin. 
Rhamneine ; Rhamnine. Rhamnin. 
Rhamnocathartine. Rhamnocathartin. 
Rhamnotannique. Rhamnotannic. 
Rhamnoxanthiue. Rhamnoxanthin. 



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Rhanmus. Rhamnus ; Buckthorn. 
Rhaphan^don ; Caul^don. Rhaphane- 

don ; Transverse fracture. 
Rhaphanie. Rhaphania. 
Rhaphe ; Raph6. Rhaphe ; Raphe. 
Rhaphide. Rhaphis ; Raphis. 
Rhapontic. Rhapontic ; Rhubarb. 
Rhaponticin, ou -ine. Rhein. 
Rhegmate. Elaterin ; Elaterinum. 
Rheine. Rhein. 
Rh^ique. Rheic. 
Rheocorde. Rheocord. 
Rheometre. Rheometer. 
Rheophore. Rheophore. 
Rheoscope. Rheoscope. 
Rh^oscopique. Rheoscopic. 
Rheostat. Rheostat. 
Rheotome. Rheotome. 
Rheotrope. Rheotrope. 
Rhetene ; Retene. Retene. 
Rhetinaphte. Toluene. 
Rhetine. Resin (old orthography). 
Rh^tinique. Pertaining to resins. 
Rhetinolde. Resiuoid ; An excipient 

of resins. 
Rhetinol^. A medicine consisting of a 

resin united with other medicinal 

substances. 
Rheum. Rheum ; Rhubarb. 
Rheumine. Rheumin. 
Rheumique. Oxalic. 
Rhigosolene. Rhigolene. 
Rhinalgie. Rhinalgia. 
Rhinencephale. Rhinencephalous (adj), 

-lus (s) ; Rhinocephalous {adj), -lus (s). 
Rhinenc6phalie. Rhinencephalia. 
Rhinenchyte. Rhinenchyta ; A nasal 

syringe. 
Rhinique. Rhinic. 
Rhinite. Rhinitis. 
Rhinobronchite. Rhinobronchitis, 
Rhinobyon. Rhinobyon ; A nasal plug 

or tampon. 
Rhinoc^phale. See Rhinencephale. 
Rhinocephalie. See Rhinencephalie. 
Rhinoceros. Rhinoceros. 
Rhinolde. In the form of a nose. 
Rhino-lar3mgite. Rhino-laryngitis. 
Rhinolithe. lihinollth. 
Rhinonecrosie. Rhinonecrosis. 
Rhinophonie. Rhinophonia. 
Rhinoplastie. Rhinoplasty. 
Rhinoplastique. Rhinoplastie. 
Rhinoptie. Rhinoptia ; Internal stra- 
bismus. 
Rhinorrhagie. Rhinorrhagia. 
Rhinorrhaphie. Rhinorrhaphy. 
Rhinorrhee. Rhinorrhea, or -oea. 
Rhinoscl^rome. Rhinoscleroma. 



Rhinosclerose. Rhinosclerosis. 

Rhinoscl^rotique. Rhinosclerotic. 

Rhinoscope. Rhinoscope. 

Rhinoscopie. Rhinoscopy. 

Rhinoscopique. Rhinoscopie. 

Rhinose. Rhinosis ; Rhicnosis. 

Rhinostome. Having the mouth towards 
the forehead. 

Rhinotrichie. Rhinotrichia ; Growth of 
hair in the nostril. 

Rhizagre. Rhizagra. 

Rhizauthe, -^e. Rhizanthous. 

Rhizine. Rhizine ; Rhizina ; Rhizoid. 

Rhlzoblaste. Rhizoblast. 

Rhizocarp^, -6e. Rhizocarpic. 

Rhizocarpien, -ienue. Rhizocarpous. 

Rhizocarpique. Rhizocarpic. 

Rhizocephale. Rhizocephalous (adj), 
-lus (.v). 

Rhizogene. Rhizogen. 

Rhizoide. Rhizoid. 

Rhizologie. Rhizology ; Rhizography. 

Rhizome. Rhizoma ; Rhizome. 

Rhizomorpha. Rhizomorph. 

Rhizomorphe. Rhizomorphoid, or 
-phous. 

Rhizonychion. Rhizonychium. 

Rhizophage. Rhizophagous. 

Rhizophorace, -4e. Rhizophorous. 

Rhizophore. Rhizophore, or -rous, adj, ; 
Rhizophora, s. ; Mangrove. 

Rhizopode. Rhizopod. 

Rhizopodien, -ieune. Pertaining to the 
rhizopodia. 

Rhodalline. Ammoniated oilof mustard. 

Rhodanhydrique. Sulphohydrocyanic. 

Rhodanogene. Sulphocyanogen. 

Rhodanure. Sulphocyanide. 

Rhodeorrh^tine. Rhodeorrhetin ; Con- 
volvulin. 

Rhod^orrhetique. Rhodeorrhetic. 

Rhodiate. Rhodiate ; A salt of rhodic 
acid. 

Rhodique. Rhodic. 

Rhodiiun. Rhodium. 

Rhododendron, ou -drum. Rhododen- 
dron. 

Rhodomele ; Miel rosat. Rhodomel ; 
Mel rosse. 

Rhoeadine. Rhceadin. 

Rhoeadique. Rhoeadic. 

Rhoeagenine. Rhceagenin. 

Rhoeas. Poppy. 

Rhombique. Rhombic. 

Rhomboedre. Rhombohedron. 

Rhombo^drique. Pertaining to a rhom- 
bohedron. 

Rhomboldal, -ale. Rhomboidal ; Rhom- 
boid. 



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Rhomboide. Rhomboid ; Rhomboidal. 

Rhonchus. Rhoncus. 

Rhopalisme. Rhopaliamus ; Priapism. 

Rhotacisme. Rhotaeism. j 

Rhubarbarin, ou -ine. Rhubarbarin. j 

Rhubarbarique. Rhubarbaric. I 

Rbubarbe. Rhubarb. 1 

Rhumapyxe. Febrile rheumatism. | 

Rhumarthrite. Rheumarthritis. 

Rhumatalgie. Rheumatalgia. 

Rhumatique ; Rhumatisant, -ante ; 
Rhumatise, -4e. Rheumatic. 

Rhumatismal. Rheumatismal ; Rheu- 
matic. 

Rhumatisme. Rheumatism. 

Rhumatoide. Rheumatoid. 

Rhume. Cold in the head ; Catarrh of 
the respiratory tract ; Coryza. 

Rhumicine. Rhein. 

Rhus. Rhus ; Sumac or Sumach, 

Rhyas. Rhyas ; Epiphora. 

Rhypia. Rhypia ; Rupia. 

Rhyptique. Rhyptic ; Cathartic ; De- 
tergent ; Depurative. 

Jlhjrthme. Rhythm. 

Rhythmicity. The fact of being rhyth- 
mic. 

Rhjrthmique. Rhythmic. 

Rhytidosis. Rhy tidosis corneae ; Wrink- 
ling of the cornea. 

Bicin. Ricin ; Castor-oil plant ; Ri- 
cinus. 

Ricin^laidine. Ricinelaidin. 

Ricinelaidique. Ricinelaidic. 

Ricinine. Ricinine. 

Ricinique. Ricinic. 

Ricinolamide. Ricinolamid. 

Ricinoleique ; Ricinolique. Ricinoleic. 

Ricinostearique. Stearoricinic. 

Rictus. Rictus. 

Ride. Wrinkle. 

Rieur, -euse. Laughing, adj. ; Ri- 
sorius (muscle), ••j. 

Rigidity. Rigidity. 

Rigidity cadaverique. Cadaveric ri- 
gidity ; Rigor mortis. 

Rigor. Rigor. 

Rima. Bread-fruit tree. 

Riquet, s. A sufferer from rickets. 

Rire ; Ris. Laughter ; Risus. 

Rire sardonique. Risus sardonicua. 

Risorius. Risorius. 

Riverain, -aine. Growing on the banks 
of a river. 

Rivulaire. Growing on the banks of 
brooks. 

Riz. Rice. 

Riz de veau ; Ris de veau. Sweetbread. 

Riziere. A rice field. 



Riziforme. Riziform. 

Rob. Rob ; Robb ; A confection made 
of fruit-juice. 

Robinet. Stop-cock ; Tap. 

Robinier. Robinia. 

Robinine, ou -iine. Robinin. 

Robinique. Pertaining to Robinia ; 
Robinic. 

Roborant, -ante ; Roboratif, -ive. 
Roborant ; Tonic ; Strengthening. 

Roccelle. Roccella or Rocella tinctoria. 

Roccelline. Roccellin. 

Roccellique. Roccellic. 

Rocher. The petrous portion of the 
temporal bone. 

Rocou. Roucou ; Annotto. 

Rogne. Mange. 

Rognon. Kidney. 

Roideur; Raideur. Stiffness. 

Roitelet. Wren. 

Rolando. Sclssure ou Sillou de-. Fis- 
sure of Rolando. 

Role. (1) Roll of tobacco ; (2) Char- 
acter. 

Romaine. Cos lettuce. 

Romarin. Rosmarinus ; Rosemary. 

Ronce. Bramble. 

Roncine, -ee. Uneven ; Knotty ; Rough. 

Rond, -de. Round. 

Rond. Grand-. Teres major muscle. 

Rond. Petit-. Teres minor muscle. 

Rond pronateur. Pronator radii teres 
muscle. 

Ronflant, -ante. Snoring, adj.; Sono- 
rous (rale). 

Ronflement. Snoring, s. ; Snore. 

Ronge, -ee. Unequally serrated, 

Rongeant, -ante. Ulcerated ; Corrod- 
ing ; Corrosive ; Gnawing. 

Rongeur. Rodent, s. and adj. 

Ronron. Purring. 

Roquerou. Anchovy. 

Roquette. Rocket (Botany). 

Rorifere. Exhalant ; Exhaling. 

Rosac^, -ee. Rosaceous. 

Rosac^es. Rosacese. 

Rosacique. Rosaceous. 

Rosage. Rhododendron. 

Rosanilene. Rosanilin. 

Rosat. Rosaceous. 

Rose. Rose. 

Rose, -^e. Roseate ; Rosy ; Roseous. 

Roseau. Reed. 

Rosee. Dew. 

Roseine. Rosein. 

Roseole. Roseola. 

Rosette. Fasciculus. 

t Rosier. Rose-tree ; Rose-bush. 

Rosolate. A salt of rosolic acid. 
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Rosolique. Rosolic. 

Bossignol. Nightingale. 

RossoHs. Sundew. 

Rostelle, ou -Hum. Rostellum. 

Rostral, -ale. Rostral. 

Rostre. Rostrum ; Beak. 

Rostre, -ee. Rostrate. 

Rostriforme. Rostriform ; Coracoid. 

Rot. Eructation ; Belch. 

Rotace, -^e. Rotate ; Rotated ; Rota- 
ceous. 

Rotateiir, -trice. Rotatory, adj. ; Ro- 
tator, s. 

Rotation. Rotation. 

Rotatoire. Rotatory. 

Rotifere. Rotiferous. 

Rotissage. Roasting, s. 

RottMrine. Rottlerin. 

Rotule. Patella ; Rotula. 

Rotule, -ee. Patellate. 

Rotulien, -ienne. Patellar ; Rotular. 

Rotuliforme. Patelliform ; Rotuliform. 

Rouan, -ane. Roan. 

Roucou ; Rocou. Roucou ; Annotto. 

Roucoulement. A cooing sound during 
respiration. 

Rouge. Red. 

Rouge-gorge. Robin red-breast. 

Rougeole. Measles. 

Rouget. (1) Gurnet ; Red gurnet; Red 
mullet ; (2) Wheal-worm. 

Rougeur. Redness, 

Rouille. Rust. 

Rouill^, -ee. Rusted. 

Rouissage. Retting. 

Roul6, -ee. Rolled (bandage). 

Roulement. Rolling, s. 

Rouvieux; Roux-vieux. Mange. 

Ruban. Ribbon ; Band ; Cord. 

Rubanaire. Shaped like a ribbon or 
band. 

Rubane, -4e. Ribbon-like ; Striped ; 
Flattened. 

Rubefaction. Rubefaction. 

Rubefiant, -ante. Rubefacient. 

Rubefi^, -6e. That has undergone rube- 
faction. 

Rub^ole. Rubeola; Rotheln; Rubella; 
German measles. 

Rub^oliforme. Morbilliform. 

Rub^olique. Morbillous. 

Rubia. Madder. 

Rubiac^, -ee. Pertaining to madder. 

Rubiacine. Rubiacin. 

Rubidine. Rubidin. 

Rubidium. Rubidium. 

Rubine. Rubin. 

Rubis. Ruby. 

Ruche. Hive. 



Rude. Rough ; Uneven. 

Rud6ral, -ale. Growing in rubbi.sb 
(plants). 

Rudiment. Rudiment. 

Rudimentaire. Rudimentary ; Rudi- 
mental. 

Rue. Rue ; Ruta. 

Rufigallique. Rufigallic. 

Rufine. A derivative of salicine, 

Rugination. The employment of the 
rugine. 

Rugine. Rugine ; Raspatory. 

Rugosite. Rugosity ; Roughness, 

Rugueux, -euse. Rugous ; Rugose. 

Ruica. The bread-fruit tree. 

Rumen. Rumen. 

Rumex. Rumex. 

Rumicine. Rumicin. 

Ruminant. Ruminating, adj. ; Rumi- 
nant, s. 

Rumination. Rumination. 

Rumin^, -ee. Ruminate ; Ruminated. 

Rup^al, -ale. Like the petrous bone, 
adj. ; The petrous bone (petrous por- 
tion of the temporal as a separate- 
bone), .s. 

Rupellaire. Living among rocks. 

Rupia, et heaucoitp mieux, Rh3rpia. 
Rupia. 

Rupicole. Same as Rupellaire. 

Ruptile. Rupturing in an irregular 
manner (Botany). 

Ruptilite. The condition of rupturing 
irregularly (Botany). 

Rupture. Rupture (rarely employed 
for Hernia). 

Rural, -ale. Rural. 

Rusma. Rusma ; Rhusma (an oriental 
depilatory). 

Rut. Rut ; Rutting. 

Rutace, -6e. Pertaining to rue. 

Ruth^nate. A salt of ruthenic acid. 

Ruth^nique. Ruthenic. 

Ruthenium. Ruthenium. 

Rutilance. The rutilant condition. 

Rutilant, -ante. Rutilant ; Fiery red. 

Rutilation. The passage to the rutilant 
condition. 

Rutine. Rutin. 

Ruyschien, -ienne. Ruyschian. 

Rythme, et mieux, Rhythme. Rhythm. 

S. Symbol of Sulphur. 

S. iliaque du colon. The sigmoid flexure 

of the colon. 
Sa. Symbol of Salicyl. 
Sa, s. Fir. 

S. A. Secundum artem, 
Saartha. Tussilago. 



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Sabadille. Sabadilla. 

Sabadilline. Sabadillin. 

Sabadillique. Sabadillic. 

Sabatrine. Sabatrin. 

Sabbatie. Sabbatia. 

Sabine. Sabina. 

Sable. Gravel ; Grit. 

Sableux, -euse. Containing gravel or 
sand ; Sabulous ; Gritty. 

Sabot. Hoof. 

Sabulicole. Sabulose. 

Saburral, -ale. Saburral. 

Saburre. Saburra. 

Sac. Sac ; Saccus. 

Saccade. Jerk. 

Saccade, -ee. By jerks ; Jerky. 

Saccharate. Saccharate. 

Saccharate, -ee. Saccharated. 

Saccharide. Saccharid. 

Saccharifere. Sacchariferous. 

Saccharification. Saceharification. 

Sacchaxifie, -ee. That has undergone 
saccharification. 

Saccharimetre. Saccharimeter ; Sac- 
charometer. 

Saccharimetrie. Saccharimetry. 

Saccharimetrique. Saccharimetrie. 

Saccharin, -ine ; Saccharine, -^e. Sac- 
charine ; Saccharous. 

Saccharine, *•. Saccharin. 

Saccharinite. The group of the fer- 
men table sugars. 

Saccharique. Saccharic. 

Saccharogenie. The general formation 
of sugar m plants and animals. 

Saccharo - glycose. Saccharo - glucose 
(Bouchardat). 

Saccharo'ide. Saccharoid. 

Saccharo'ite. A non-fermentable sac- 
charine body. 

Saccharokali. An antigastralgic mix- 
ture of sugar and potassium carbon- 
ate or sodium carbonate. 

Saccharoid. Combination of powdered 
sugar and other substances. 

Saccharolie. Combination of powdered 
sugar and other substances with 
syrup of honey. 

Saccharolique. Applied to any medi- 
cine containing sugar. 

Saccharorrhee. Sacharorrhea, or -cea ; 
Glycosuria. 

Saccharose. Saccharose ; Cane-sugar ; 
Saccharum. 

Saccharure. Saccharure ; A medicine 
obtained from sugar and tinctures. 

Saccholactique. Saccholactic ; Mucic. 

Sacciforme. Sacciiorm. 

Sacculaire. Saccular. 



Saccule. Saccule ; Sacculus. 
Sacelliforme. In the form of a sac ; 

Vesiculous. 
Sachet. Satchel ; Sachet. 
Sacoche. Field companion (Military 

surgery). 
Sacr^, -^e. Sacral. 

Sacro-coccygien, -ienne. Sacrococcy- 
geal. 
Sacro-coxalgie. Sacro-coxalgia. 
Sacro-^pineux, -euse. Pertaining to the 

sacrum and to the spines of the ilium. 
Sacro-femoral, -ale. Sacro - femoral, 

adj. ; The Gluteus maximus, s. 
Sacro-iliaque. Sacro-iliac. 
Sacro-ilio-trochant^rien, -ienne. The 

Pyriformis muscle, s. ; Pertaining to 

it, adj. 
Sacro-lombaire. Sacrolumbar, or -bal, 

adj. ; Sacrolumbalis muscle, s. 
Sacro-sciatique. Sacro-sciatic. 
Sacro-spinal. Sacro -spinal. 
Sacro-trochant^rien, -ienne. The Pyri- 
formis muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, 

adj. 
Sacro-vert^bral, -ale. Sacro-vertebral. 
Sacrum. Sacrum. 
Safran. Saffron. 
Sa&anine. Saffranin ; Safranin. 
Safrene. Safrene. 
Safrol. Safrol. 
Sagacite. Sagacity. 
Sagapenum. Sagapenum. 
Sage-femme. Midwife. 
Sagitta. Sagitta bipunctata. 
Sagittaire. Arrow-head ;Adder's-tongue 

(Botany). 
Sagittal, -ale. Sagittal. 
Sagitta, -ee. Sagittate. 
Sagittelle. Sagitta bipunctata. 
Sagou. Sago. 
Sagoutier. Sago-tree. 
Sagrada. Sacred bark. 
Saign^e. Blood-letting ; Bleeding'; 

Phlebotomy. 
Saignement. Bleeding from vessels. 
Saillie. (1) Prominence ; Projection ; 

(2) Coitus in domestic animals. 
Saillie germinative. The proligerous 

disc ; Discus proligerus. 
Sain, -ine. Healthy ; Sound. 
Sainbois. Daphne. 
Saindoux. Lard ; Axungia. 
Sainfoin. Sainfoin. 
Saison. Season. 
SM. Bronchitis in Abyssinia. 
Salabredra ; Sadra-beida. Salabreda. 
Salace. Salacious. 

Salacite. Salacity ; Venereal desire. 
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Salaison. Salting provisions ; Salt pro- 
vision. 

Salamandre. Salamander. 

Salamandrine. Salamandrin. 

Salant, -ante. Having the property of 
containing and furnishing salt, adj. ; 
The deposit left by the sea on the 
surface of a salt marsh, s. 

Sal6, -ee. Salted ; Briny. 

Salep. Salep. 

Salicaire. Salicaria ; Purple willow. 

Salicine. Salicin ; Salicinum. 

Salicylage. Salicylage. 

Salicylamide, on -ammide. Salicylamid. 

Salicylate. Salicylate. 

Salicyle. Salicyl. 

Salicyleux. Salicylous. 

Salicylique. Salicylic. 

Salicylurique. Salicyluric. 

Saliere. Hollow behind the collar bone ; 
Hollow over the eyes of horses. 

Salifere. Saliferous ; Containing salt. 

Salifiable. Salifiable. 

Salification. The formation of a salt. 

Salig^nine. Saligenin. 

Salig^nique. Pertaining to saligenin ; 
Saligenic. 

Salin, -ine. Saline. 

Salinaphtol. Salinaphthol ; Betol ; 
Naphthalol. 

Saline. Salt mine. 

Salip3rrine. Salipyrin. 

Salirrhetine. Salirrhetin. 

Salithol. Phenethol. 

Salitre. Natural Peruvian saltpetre. 

Salivaire. Salivary. 

Salivant, -ante. Salivant. 

Salivation. Salivation. 

Salive. Saliva. 

Salle. Ward (hospital) ; Room. 

Salle d'autopsie. Post-mortem room. 

Salle de dissection. Dissecting room. 

Salle d'operation. Operating theatre. 

Salol. Salol ; Phenyl salicylate. 

Salophen. Salophen. 

Salpetre. Saltpeter, or -tre. 

Salpetr^, -6e. That contains or fur- 
nishes saltpetre. 

Salpetrerie. A locality where saltpetre 
is manufactured or that jdelds salt- 
petre. 

Salpetreux, -euse. Saltpetrous. 

Salpingal, -ale; Salpingique. Salpin- 
gian ; Salpingic. 

Salpingite. Salpingitis. 

Salpingo-mall^en, -^enne. The Tensor 
tympani muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. [pharyngeal. 

Salpingo-phaiyngien, -ienne. Salpingo- 



Salpingo-staphylin, -ine. The Levator 
palati muscle, «. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Salsaparilline. Smilacin. 

Salsedine. A kind of pellagra. 

Salsepareille. Sarsaparilla. 

Salseparine. Smilacin. 

Saltatoire. Saltatory. 

Saltigrade. Saltatorial. 

Salubre. Salubrious ; Healthy. 

Salubrity. Salubrity. 

Salure. Saltness ; Brine. 

Salvatelle. Salvatella ; The vein on 
the back of the little finger. 

Samare. Samara. 

Samariforme. Samariform ; Samaroid. 

Samarium. Samarium. 

Sambucaire ; Sambuce, -6e ; Sambu- 
cine, -ee. Pertaining to the elder- 
tree. 

Sambucine. The cellulose of the pith 
of the elder. 

Sanatorium. Sanatorium. 

Sandal; Santal. Sandal- wood ; San- 
talum. 

Sandaracha. Red bisulphide of arsenic ; 
Realgar. 

Sandaraque. Sandarac. 

Sang, lilood ; Sanguis. 

Sang-dragon. Dragon's blood (Botany). 

Sanglant, -ante. Bloody ; Sanguineous. 

Sanglier. Wild boar. 

Sanglot. Sob ; Sobbing. 

Sangsue. Leech. 

Sanguification. Sanguification ; Hsema- 
togenesis. 

Sangniin, -ine. Sanguineous ; Blood- 
coloured ; Sanguine. 

Sanguinaire, adj. Sanguinary. 

Sanguinaire, s. Blood-wort ; Sanguin- 
aria (Botany). 

Sanguine. Red-chalk ; Bloodstone. 

Sanguinelle. Gatter-tree ; Dogberry- 
tree. 

Sanguinarine. Sanguinarin. 

Sanguinolent, -ente. Sanguinolent. 

Sanicle. Sanicle. 

Sanie. Sanies. 

Sanieux, -ieuse. Sanious. 

Sanitaire. Sanitary. 

Sanitarium. Sanitarium. 

Santal; Sandal. Santalum. 

Santalac^, -ee. Pertaining to Santalum. 

Santaline. Santalin. 

Santalique. Applied to Santalin when 
regarded as an acid. 

Sante. Health. 

Sante. Maison de-. Private hospital ; 
Private asylum. 



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Santoline. Santolina. 

Santonate ; Santoninate. Santoninate. 

Santonine. Santonin ; Santoninum. 

Santoninique ; Santonique. Santonic. 

Sapa. Grape jelly. 

Sape. Destruction of a hard part by 

means of sharp and perforating in- 
struments. 
Sape sphenoidienne. A method of 

performing Cephalotripsy (Gueniot). 
Saphene. Saphenous, adj. ; Saphena, v. 
Sapide. Sapid. 

Sapidity. Sapidity ; Sapidness. 
Sapin. Fir-tree. 
Sapinette. A species of antiscorbutic 

beer made with fir-cones, etc. 
Saponace, -ee. Saponaceous. 
Saponaire. Saponaria ; Soap- wort. 
Saponariue. A crystallizable material 

obtained from soap-wort. 
Sapone. A medicinal substance made 

with the aid of soap. 
Saponifiable. Saponifiable. 
Saponification. Saponification. 
Saponine ; Struthine, Saponin. 
Saponique. Saponic. 
Saponule. A transparent mass obtained 

by treating hard soap with alcohol. 
Saponul^. A medicinal substance the 

result of the union of the preceding 

(see Saponule) with essences, etc. 

(Beral). 
Saponure. A medicinal substance 

formed of soap and extracts or resins 

(Beral) 
Saporifique. Saporific. 
Sapotillier. Sapota-tree. 
Saprogene. Saprogenous ; Saprogenic. 
Saprophile. Saprophilous. 
Saprophyte. Saprophyte. 
Saprop3rre; Fievre putride. Sapro- 

pyra ; Putrid fever ; Malignant 

typhus. 
Saprostome. Saprostomous. 
Sarcelle. Teal. 

Sarcepiplocele. Sarcepiplocele. 
Sarc^piplomphale. Indurated epiplom- 

phalocele ; Sarcepiplomphalos, or -Ion. 
Sarceux, -euse. Sarcous ; Fleshy. 
Sarcidie. Wart. 
Sarcine. Sarcina. 

Sarcite ; Myitis. Sarcitis ; Myitis. 
Sarcobase. Sarcobasis. 
Sarcocarpe. Sarcocarp. 
Sarcocele. Sarcocele. 
Sarcocephale. Sarcocephalous (adj), 

-lus [s). 
Sarcocolle. Sarcocolla ; Sarcocol. 
SarcocoUine. Sarcocollin. 



Saxcocopte. Sarcocoptes. 

Sarcodaire. Sarcodic ; Protozoal, adjs. ; 

Protozoon, s. 
Sarcode. Sarcode (Dujardin). 
Sarcoderme. Sarcoderm. 
Sarcodlque. Sarcodic. 
Sarcodisme. Sarcodism. 
Sarco-epiplocele. Sarcoepiplocele ; Sarc- 
epiplocele. 
Sarco-^piplomphale. See Sarcepiplom- 

phale. 
Sarco-foetal, -ale. Pertaining to fleshy 

moles and to the foetus ; Sarco-foetal. 
Sarco-hydrocele. Sarcohydrocele. 
Sarcoide. Sarcoid. 
Sarcolactique. Sarcolactic. 
Sarcolemme. Sarcolemma. 
Sarcologie. Sarcology. 
Sarcomateux, -euse. Sarcomatous. 
Sarcome. Sarcoma. 
Sarcomphale. Sarcomphalon ; Sarcom- 

phalocele. 
Sarcomycetes. Sarcomycetes. 
Sarcophage, adj. et s.m. Sarcophagous, 

or -gal {adjs), -gus (s), 
Sarcophage, s./. Sarcophaga ; Sarco - 

phila. 
Sarcophagie. Sarcophagy, 
Sarcophile. Sarcophilous, adj. ; Sai-co- 

phila, -v. 
Sarcophylle. Mesophyl, or -yllum. 
Sarcoplaste. Sarcoplast. 
Sarcoplastique. Sarcoplastic. 
Sarcopte. Sarcoptes. 
Sarcoptide ; Sarcoptide, -^e. Sarcoptid. 
Sarcoptique. Sarcoptic. 
Sarcopyode. Resembling pus and fleshy 

material. 
Sarcose. Sarcosis. 
Sarcosine. Sarcosin. 
Sarcosporidie. Sarcosporidia. 
Sarcostose. Sarcostosis ; Osteosarcoma. 
Sarcotique. Sarcotic. 
Sarcotripsie. Linear ' ecrasement ' ; 

The employment of the linear ecra- 

seur. 
Sarcotripteur. Linear eci-aseur. 
Sardonique. Sardonic. 
Sardonique. Rire-. Risiis sardonicus. 
Sarmenteux, -euse. Sarmentous ; Long 

and flexible ; Long and slender. 
Sarracenie. Sarracenia. 
Sarracenine. Sarracenin. 
Sarrasin. Sarrazin ; Buckwheat. 
Sarrece ; Sarrete. Trismus of new-born 

children, 
Sarriette, Common marum ; Savory. 
Sartorius ; Couturier, Sartorius. 
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Sassafras. Sassafras. 
Satellite. Satellite ; Comes, pi. co- 
mites (Vense comites). 
Sati^t^. Satiety. 
Saturation. Saturation. 
Sature, -4e. Saturated. 
Satume. Satumus ; Term formerly 

employed for Lead. 
Satumin, -ine. Saturnine. 
Satumisme. Saturnism, or -ismvis ; 

Plumbism. 
Satyriasis. Satjrriasis. 
Sauge. Sage (Botany). 
Saule. Willow. 
Saumon. Salmon. 
Saumure. Brine. 

Saurien, -ienne. Saurian, adj. and a. 
Saut. Jump ; Leap ; Spring. 
Sauterelle. (1) Grasshopper ; Locust ; 

(2) Level (instrument). 
Sauteur. -euse. Jumping ; Leaping 

(applied to animals, also to a nervous 

affection of children and to the child 

affected). 
Sauvag^, -ee. Returned to the savage 

state. 
Sauve-vie. Wall-rue (Botany). 
Saveur. Savour ; Savor. 
Savinier. Savine ; Sabine. 
Savon. Soap ; Sapo. 
Savonneux, -euse. Soapy ; Saponaceous. 
Savonnier. Soapberry-tree. 
Savonule. Combination of some essences 

with alkalies. 
Savoureux, -euse. Savoury ; Pleasant 

to the taste. 
Saxatile. Saxatile. 
Saxifrage, adj. Saxifragous ; Lithon- 

triptic. 
Saxifrage, a. Saxifrage ; Saxifraga 

(Botany). 
Saxifrag^, -ee. Pertaining to saxifrage. 
Saxoline. Saxolinum. 
Sb. Symbol of Antimony (Stibium). 
Sc. Symbol of Scandium. 
Scabi^ique. Pertaining to scabies. 
Scabieuse, «. Scabious, .s. 
Scabieux, -ieuse. Scabious ; Pertaining 

to scabies. 
Scabre. Scabrous ; Scabrate. 
Scabritie ; Scabrosit^. Scabrities. 
Scalariforme. Scalariform. 
Scalene. Scalene, adj. ; Scaleniis, s. 
Scalpation. Removal by incision of a 

portion of the scalp ; Scalping opera- 
tion. 
Scalpel. Scalpel. 
Scanunonee. Scammony ; Scammoninm, 

or -neum. 



Scammonine. Scammonin. 

Scammonique. Scammonic. 

Scammonite. A medicine containing 
scammony. 

Scandine. Oxide of scandium. 

Scandium. Scandium. 

Scapal, -ale. Pertaining to the scape. 

Scape. Scape. 

Scaphoc^phale. Scaphocephalus (s), 
-lous or -lie (adjs). 

Scaphocephalie. Scaphocephaly. 

Scapholde. Scaphoid. 

Scaphoido-astragalien, -ienne. Astra- 
galo-scaphoid. 

Scapho'ido - cuboldien, -ienne. Scaph- 
oido-cuboid. 

Scaphoido-cuneen, -^enne. Scaphoido- 
cuneiform. 

Scapholdo-sus-phalangien du pouce. 
The Adductor pollicis (hand). 

Scapiforme. Scapiform. 

Scapulaire, v. Scapulary ; Shoulder 
bandage. 

Scapulaire. Scapular, adj. ; Scapula, a. 

Scapulalgie, et mienx, Omagre. Scapu- 
lalgia ; Omagra. 

Scapularthrocace, et mhux, Omar- 
throcace. Omarthrocace. 

Scapulo - claviciUaire. Scapuhi - clavi- 
cular. 

Scapulodynie, ti mieiiz, Omodynie. 
Scapulodynia ; Omodynia. 

Scapulo-humeral, -ale. Scapulo- 
humeral. 

Scapulo - hum^ro - ol^cranien, -ienne. 
The Triceps muscle, s.; Pertaining to 
it, adj. 

Scapulo-hyoldien, -ienne. The Omo- 
hyoid muscle, .•*. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Scapulo-radial, ale. The Biceps muscle 
of the arm, •*. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Scapulo-trochiterien. The Infra - spi- 
natus muscle, ,s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Scapulum; Omoplate. Scapula. 

Scarab^e. Scarabseus ; Beetle. 

Scarieux, -ieuse. Scarious ; Scariose. 

Scarificateur. Scarificator. 

Scarification. Scarification. 

Scarifi^, -^e. Scarified. 

Scarlatine. Scarlatina ; Scarlet fever. 

Scarlatineux, -euse. Scarlatinous, or 
-nal. 

Scarlatiniforme. Scarlatiniform. 

Scarlatinolde. Scarlatinoid. 

Scarole ; Escarole. Endive. 

Scatol. Scatol ; Skatol. 

Scatophage. Coprophagous. 

Scatophagie. Coprophagy. 

Scatophile. Coprophilous. 



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Sceau. Seal. 

Sceau de Notre-dame. Tamus com- 
munis ; Black bryony. 
Sceau de Salomon. The root of Con- 

vallai'ia polygonatura; Solomon's seal. 
Scelodidyme. Scelodidymous (adj), 

-mus (.v). 
Scelotyrbe. Scelotyrbe ; Weakness in 

stepping. 
Scepticisme. Scepticism. 
Schema ; Scheme. Schema ; A simple 

and general model of an apparatus or 

of an anatomical part. 
Schematique. Schematic ; Pertaining 

to a general model, etc. See Schema. 
Schemographe. Schemograph. 
Schindylese. Schindylesis. 
Schiste. Schist ; Slate. 
Schistosome. Schistosomus. 
Schizocdphale. Schizocephalous (adj), 

-lus («). 
Schizomycete. Schizomycetes. 
Schizophyte. Schizophyta. 
Schizothorax. Schizothorax ; Schisto- 

thorax. 
Schizotrichie. Schizotrichia. 
Sciage. Sciage ; A kind of massage. 
Sciatique. Sciatic. 
Sciatique, •■>■./. Sciatica. 
Scie. Saw. 
Scie a chalne, ou a chainette. Chain 

saw. 
Scie circulaire, ou a molette de Char- 

riere. Charriere's circular saw (liter- 
ally molette = rowel of a spur). 
Science. Science. 
Scille. Scilla ; Squill. 
Scilline. Scillin. 
Scillipicrine. Scillipikrin. 
Scillitine. Scillitine. 
Scillitique. Pertaining to scilla or to 

scillitin. 
Scillitoxine. Scillitoxin ; Scillotoxin. 
Scinque. Skink. 
Sciomachie. An imitation of gymnastics 

or of boxing in ancient times. 
Scion. Scion ; Twig ; Young shoot. 
Scirrhocele. Scirrhocele ; Scirrhous 

tumour of the testicle. 
Scirrhophthalmie. Scirrhophthalmia ; 

Scirrhus of the eyeball. 
Scirrhose. Scirrhosis. 
Scissile. Scissible. 
Scission. Scission. 
Scissipare. Scissiparous. 
Scissiparite. Scissiparity. 
ScisBure. Fissure ; Scissura ; Rent ; 

Cleavage. 
Sciure. Sawdust. 



Sclaree. Clary (Botany). 

Sclerectasie. Sclerectasia, or -sy. 

Scl^rectomie. Sclerectomy. 

Sclereme ; Scleremie. Sclerema. 

Sclerenchjrme. Sclerenchyma. 

Sclererythrine. Sclererythrin. 

Sclereux, -euse. Sclerous. 

Scl^riase. Scleriasis. 

Scl^rite. Sclerite. 

Scleritis. Scleritis ; Sclerotitis. 

Sclero-choroldite. Sclero-choroiditis. 

Sclero-conjonctivite. Sclero - conjunc- 
tivitis. 

Sclero-com^en, -eenne. Sclero-corneal. 

Scl^rocristalline. Sclerocrystallin. 

Sclero-dactyle. Pertainingto, oraffected 
with, sclerodactylia. 

Sclero-dactylie. Sclerodactylia, or -ly. 

Scl^rodermasie. Scleroderma ; Chorion- 
itis. 

Scleroderme. Sclerodermous, -mic or 
-matous. 

Sclerodermie. Sclerodermia. 

Scl^rodermite. Sclerodermitis. 

Sclerogene. Sclerogenous, adj ; Sclero- 
gen, s. 

Sclerogenie. Scleroma ; Development 
of a sclerous tissue (Laurent). 

Scleroiodine. Sclero-iodin. 

Scl^roide. Scleroid. 

Sclero-k^ratite. Sclero-keratitis. 

Sclerome. Scleroma. 

Scleromucine. Scleromucin. 

Scleropathie. Scleropathia. 

Sclerophthalmie. Sclerophthalmia. 

Sclerosarcome. Sclerosarcoma. 

Sclerose ; Sclerosis. Sclerosis. 

Sclerostenose. Sclerostenosis. 

Sclerosique. Sclerotic, adj. ; Hard ; 
Indurated ; Pertaining to sclerosis, 
not to the sclerotic. 

Sclerostome. Sclerostoma. 

Sclerote. Sclerotium. 

Scl^rotical, -ale. Sclerotic ; Pertaining 
to the sclerotic. 

Scleroticectomie. Scleroticectomy. 

Scl6rotico-comeen, -eenne. Pertaining 
to the sclerotic and to the cornea. 

Scl^roticonyxis. Scleroticonyxis ; Scle- 
ronyxis. 

Scl^roticotomie. Scleroticotomy. 

Scl^rotidectomie. Scleronyxis ; Scle- 
rectomy. 

Sclerotinique. Sclerotinic. 

Sclerotique. Sclerotic, s. 

Sclerotite. Sclerotitis. 

Sclerotium. Sclerotium. 

Sclerotomie. Sclerotomy. 

Sclerotrkhie. Solerotrichia. 



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Sclerotrique. Aifected with sclerotri- 
chia. 

Scleroxanthine. Scleroxanthin. 

Sclerysme. Sclerysma, or -mus. 

Scobiforme. Scobiform. 

Scobs. (1) Pearl-ashes ; (2) Slag ; Dross 
(metals). 

Scolastique. Scholastical. 

Scol^ciasls. Scoleciasis ; Scolecicis. 

Scolex. Scolex. 

Scolio-rhachitique. Scolio-rhachitic, or 
-rachitic. 

Scollose. Scoliosis. 

Scoliotique. Scoliotic. 

Scolopendre. (1) Hart's-tongue ; (2) 
Scolopendra. 

Scolopomacherion. Scolopomacheriutn ; 

. A curved probe-pointed bistoury. 

Scolopsie. Scolopsia. 

Scoparie. Scoparius ; Genista scoparia ; 
Broom. 

Scoparine. Scoparin. 

Scopoline. Scoiwlin. 

Scorbut. Scurvy ; Scorbutus. 

Scorbut des Alpes. Pellagra. 

Scorbut de terre. Purpura hsemor- 
rhagica. 

Scorbutique. Scorbutic. 

Scord^ine ; Scordinine. Scordein. 

Scordion; Scordium. Scordium. 

Scorie. Scoria ; Slag ; Dross. 

Scorodon. Garlic. [germander. 

Scorodone. Teucrium scorodonia ; Wild 

Scorodosmine. Cystin. 

Scorpioide. Scorpioid. 

Scorpion. Scorpion. 

Scorsonere ; Scorzonere. Scorzonera ; 
Viper's grass. 

Scotobie. Living in darkness. 

Scotodinie. Scotodinia. 

Scotome. Scotoma ; Scotome. 

Scotomie. Scotomy. 

Scrobe. Fossa ; Depression. 

Scrobicule. Scrobiculus ; Fossa ; De- 
pression. 

Scrobiculeux, -euse. Scrobiculate. 

Scrofulaire. Figwort (Botany). 

Scrofula. Scrofula. 

Scrofuleux, -euse. Scrofulous. 

Scrofulide. Scrofulide. 

Scrofulisme. Scrofulism. 

Scrofulome. Scrofuloma. 

Scrofulose. Scrofulosis. 

Scrotal, -ale. Scrotal. 

Scrotocele. Scrotocele ; Scrotal hernia. 

Scrotum. Scrotum. 

Scrupule. Scruple. 

Scul^ine. A poisonous compound ob- 
tained from squill. 



Scutellaire. Scutellaria. 

Scutellarine. Scutellarin. 

Scutelle. Scutellum (Biology). 

Scutelliforme. Scutelliform. 

Scutellum. Scutellum. 

Scutiforme. Scutiform ; Shield-shaped. 

Scutigere. Seutigeroua. 

Scutipede. Scutiped. 

Scutule. Scutulum ; Scutellum. 

Scybale. Scybalum, pi. Scybala. 

Scyllite. Scyllite. 

Scyphiforme. In the form of a cup ; 
Scyphifcn-m. 

Scyphistome. Scyphistoma. 

Se. Symbol of Selenium. 

S^bace, -6e. Sebaceous. 

Sebacine. Sebacin. 

Sebacique. Sebacic. 

S^bate. Sebate. 

S^beste. Sebesten. 

S^blfere. Sebiferous. 

S^bifique. Sebaceous ; Sebiferous. 

S^bique. Sebic ; Sebacic. 

S^bolithe. Sebolith. 

S^borrhagie. Seborrhagia. 

Seborrhea. Seborrhea, or -oea. 

S^bum. Sebum. 

Sec, Seche, adj. : Dry ; Dried. 

S^cable. ScissUe. 

Secamone. Secamone. 

Secateur, -trice. Cutting, adj ; (1) 
Osteotome, .s. ; (2) A sharp tooth, .v. 

Seche, «. See Seiche. 

Sechoir. Apparatus for drying medi- 
cinal substances, clothes, etc. ; Dry- 
ing-room. 

Second, -de. Second. 

Secondaire. Secondary. 

Secondine. Secondine ; Mesosperm. 

Secondines. Secundines ; After-birth. 

Secours. Help ; Assistance ; Succour ; 
Relief. 

SecouBse. Shake ; Shock ; Concussion. 

S^cr^ment. That which is character- 
istic in each secretion. 

S^crementitiel, -ielle. Pertaining to 
secretion, to 's^crement' (g.?.'.), and 
to ' s(5crementition ' {(j.r.) ; Secre- 
mentitial. 

S^crementitiou. That which in each 
secretion pertains to what is char.ic- 
teristic in it. 

Secr^mento - excr^mentitiel, -ielle. 
Pertaining to that which is secreted 
and then excreted (like the bile) ; 
Secremento-excrementitial. 

S^cr^mento-r^cr^mentitiel, -ielle. Per- 
taining to that which is secreted and 
afterwards reabsorbed. 



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Secret medical, ou professionnel. Pro- 
fessional secret. 

Secreta. Secreta. 

Secrete, -^e. Secreted. 

S^creteur. Secretory ; Secreting. 

Secretion. Secretion. 

S^cretivite. The faculty of keeping a 
secret ; Prudence. 

S6cr^toire. Secretory. 

Secretmn. A secret remedy. 

Sectile. Scissile. 

Section. Section. 

Sectionner. To amputate or divide a 
part. 

Securiforme. Securiform. 

S^datif, -ive. Sedative. 

Sedation. Sedation. 

Sedentaire. Sedentary. 

Sediment. Sediment. 

Sedimentaire. Sedimentary. 

Sedimentation. Sedimentation. 

S^dimenteux, -euse. Sedimentary. 

Sedon; Sedum. Sedum. 

Seferrique. That contains six times as 
much iron as acid. 

Segment. Segment. 

Segmentaire ; Segmental, -ale. Seg- 
mental. 

Segmentation. Segmentation. 

Segregation. Segregation. 

Seiche ; Seche, s. Cuttle-fish. 

Seigle. Ergot de- ; Seigle ergots. Ergot 
of rye ; Spurred rye. , 

Seime. Wire-heel (Vet.). 

Sein. (1) Breast ; Bosom ; (2) The 
gravid womb. 

Sel. Salt ; Sal ; Sel. 

Selection. Selection. 

S^leniate. A salt of selenic acid. 

S^lenide. Selenid, or -de. 

Selenie, -ee. Pertaining to, or contain- 
ing, Selenium. 

Seldnieux, -euse. Selenious. 

S^lenique. Selenic. 

S^lenite, s-.m. Selenite ; A salt of se- 
lenious acid. 

Selenite, •<*./. Selenite ; Natural calcium 
sulphate. 

S^leniteux, -euse. Containing selenite. 

Selenium. Selenium. 

Seleniure. Selenide ; Seleniuret. 

Selenotropique. Selenotropic. 

S^lenotropisme. Selenotropism. 

S^lin. Selinutn. 

Saline. The presence of morbid white 
spots on the nails. 

Selle. (1) Motion ; Excrements ; (2) 
Saddle; Sella. 

Selle turcique. Sella turcica. 



Semence. Seed ; Sperm ; Sperma ; Se- 
men. 

S^mencine. Semencine. 

Semen-contra. Semen-contra ; Worm- 
seed. 

Sem^nine. Santonin. 

S^mentine. Semencine, 

Semi-amplectif, -ive. Semi-amplective. 

Semi-annulaire. Semi-annular. 

Semi-circulaire. Semicircular. 

Semi-flosculeux, -euse. Semi-floscu- 
lous, or -lose. 

Semi-lunaire. Semilunar. 

Seminal, -ale. Seminal. 

Semination. Semination. 

S^minifere. Seminiferous. 

S^minule. Seininulum. 

Semiologie. Semiology ; Semeiology. 

Semiologique. Semiologie. 

S6miotique. Semiotic ; Semeiotic. 

Semite. Semita. 

Semi-tierce. Semitertian. 

Semoule. Semolina ; Semolino. 

Send. Senna. 

Sdnecon. Groundsel. 

S6n6ga. Senega. 

Sdnegine. Senegin. 

Seneka. Senega. [to the left. 

Senestrogyre ; Lsevog3rre. That turns 

Sdnev6. Charlock ; Black mustard. 
i Senile. Senile. 
1 Sdnilite. Senility, 
I Sennacrine. Sennacrin. 
j Sennacrol. Sennacrol. 
I Sennapicrin, ou -ne ; Sennepicrin, ou 
j -ne. Sennapicrin. 

Sens. Sense. 

Sensation. Sensation. 
1 Sensibilisateur. A reagent that renders 
a substance sensitive to the chemical 
action of light, or capable of being 
easily modified by another body. 

Sensibilise, -ee. Rendered capable of 
receiving an impression ; Rendered 
sensible or sensitive. 

Sensibiliser. To render sensible, sensi- 
tive, or impressionable. 

Sensibilite. Sensibility. 

Sensible. Sensible ; Sensitive. 

Sensitif, -ive, adj. Sensitive. 

Sensitive, s. Sensitive plant. 

Sensitivite. Sensitivity. 

Sensitivo - moteur, -trice. Sensori- 
motor. 

Sensorial, -ale. Sensorial ; Pertaining 
to the sensorium or to the sensorial 
function. 

Sensoriel, -elle. Sensorial ; Sensory ; 
Pertaining to the organs of the senses. 



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Sensorium. Sensorium. 

Sensualisme. Sensualism. 

Sensualiste. Sensualist. 

Senteiir. Smell spread by the morbid 
products of a patient during a malady. 

Sentiment. Sentiment ; Sensation. 

Sepale. Sepal. 

S^paliforme. Having the shape of a 
sepal. 

Separation. Separation ; Elimination. 

Sepeerine. Bebeerin. 

Sepia. Sepia. 

Sepion; Sepiostaire. Sepiost. 

Seplombique. Applied to a salt con- 
taining six times as much oxide of 
lead as acid. 

Sepsie. Sepsis. 

Sepsine. Sepsin. 

Septal, -ale. Septal. 

Septan, -ane. Septan. 

Septenaire. Septenary. 

Septicemic. Septicemia ; Septicaemia. 

Septicemique. Septicemic, or -caemic. 

Septicide. Septicidal. 

Septicie ; Septicit^. Septicity. 

Septicogene. That causes septicity. 

Septieme paire de nerfs craniens. 
The facial nerves ; Portio dura. 
(The portio mollis is the eighth pair 
in the French or Soemmering's classi- 
fication.) 

Septif^re. Septiferous ; (1) Septate ; 
Having a septum (Biology) ; (2) Con- 
taining septic matter. 

Septiforme. Septiform. 

Septifrage. Septifragal. 

Septile. Septile. 

Septine. Septin. [meaning). 

SeptiniferouB. Septiferous (second 

Septique. Septic. 

Sept jours. Mai de-. Seven days' dis- 
ease ; A kind of trismus in children 
(South America). 

Septometre. Septometer. 

Septon. Septon ; An old name for 
Nitrogen. 

Septum ; Cloison. Septum. 

Sequestration. Sequestration. 

S^questre. Sequestrum. 

S^questrosection. Sequestrectomy, or 
Sequestrotomy. 

Serac^e. The coagulated casein of milk. 

S^rac. An albuminoid remaining in 
whey after separation of the coagu- 
lated casein (Schubler). 

Seraphique, s. Sagapenum. 

Serein. Evening-damp ; Night-dew. 

Serein, -ine. (1) Serene ; Placid ; (2) 
Pertaining to the night-dew. 



Sereine. Goutte-. Seiene-drop ; Gutta 
serena ; Amaurosis. 

S^ret. Whey in which there are lumps 
of coagulated casein. 

S^reuse, s. A serous membrane. 

Sereusine. Stearopten. 

S^reux, -euse. Serous. 

Serial, -ale. Serial. 

Sericeps. Sericeps. 

Sericiculture. Sericulture. 

Sericine. Sericin ; Silk gelatin. 

Sericique. (1) Pertaining to sericin ; 
(2) Myristic. 

Serie. Series. 

Serin. Canary (bird). 

Serine. (1) One of the coagulable albu- 
minoids of the plasma of the blood ; 
(2) Serin ; Amido-glycerol. 

Seringos. Seringos ; Suppurative dys- 
entery (South Africa). 

Seringue. Syringe. 

S^rinurie. Presence of ' Serine ' {g.v., 
first meaning) in the urine. 

Seriscission ; Serscission. Sericission. 

Serment. Oath. 

S^ro-fibrine. Plasrain (Denis). 

Seroline. Serolin. 

Sero-purulent, -ente. Sero -purulent. 

Sero-sang^in, -ine. Sero- sanguineous. 

Serosite. Serosity. 

S^rotine. Serotina. 

Serpent. Serpent. 

Serpentaire. Serpentaria. [pentaria. 

Serpentarie, -ee. Pertaining to ser- 

Serpentin. Worm (of a still). 

Serpentine. Snake- wood, also a com- 
mon name for Viper's grass and for 
tarragon. 

Serpette. A curved knife or bistoury. 

Serpiforme. Falciform. 

Serpigineuz, -euse. Serpiginous. 

Serpigo. Serpigo ; Ringworm. 

Serpolet. Wild thyme. 

Serratile. Like a saw ; Having the 
action of a saw ; Serrate. 

Serratule. Serratula ; Saw-wort. 

Serre. (1) Greenhouse ; (2) Talon or 
claw of birds ; (3) Pressure forceps. 

Serre, -^e. (1) Hard and tense (pulse) ; 
(2) Dentate (Botany). 

Serre-cou. Instrument for compresing 
the jugular. 

Serre-fine. Serre-fine. 

Serre-nceud. Serre noeud. 

Serretelle. A modified cystotome (opera- 
tion for cataract). 

Serruie, -^e. Serrulate ; Denticulated. 

Sertulaire, s. A species of the Aca- 
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Serum. Serum. 

Service. Service ; Duty. 

Serviette. Napkin ; Towel ; Any piece 

of linen for dressings, etc. 
Sesame. Sesamum ; Sesame. 
S^sam^, -ee. Pertaining to Sesamum. 
Sesamoide. Sesamoid. 
S^samoldien, -ienne. A sesamoid bone, 

s. ; Sesamoid, adj. 
Seseli. Seseli (Botany). 
Sesquicarbonate. Sesquicarbonate. 
Sesquioxyde. Sesquioxid, or -de. 
Sessile. Sessile. 
S^tac6, -ee. Setaceous. 
S^teux, -euse. Setose ; Having bristles 

or hairs. 
Setifere. Setiferous. 
S^tiforme. Setiform. 
S^tigere. Setigerous. 
Seton. Seton. 
Seve. Sap ; Pith. 
S^veux, -euse. Pertaining to sap ; 

Pithy. 
Sevrage. Weaning. 
Sewage. Sevrage. 
Sexdigitaire ; Sexdigital, -ale. Sex- 

digital ; Sexdigitate. 
Sexdigitisme. Sexdigitism. 
Sexe. Sex. 
Sexifere. Sexiferous. 
Sextan, -ane. Sextan. 
Sexualism ; Sexuality. Sexuality. 
Sexue, -^e. Having the characteristics 

of one sex or of both sexes (Botany 

and Zoology). 
Sexuel, -elle. Sexual. 
Shunt. Shunt (Electricity). 
Siagonagre. Siagonagra ; Gouty pain 

in the maxilla. 
Sialadenite. Sialadenitis. 
Sialagogue. Sialagogue ; Ptyalagogue. 
Sialisme. Sialism, or -smus ; Ptyalism. 
Sialoine. Ptyalin. 
Sialolithe. Sialolith, or -thus. 
Sialologie. Sialology. 
Sialorrhee. Sialorrhea, or -oea. 
Sibbens. Sibbens ; Tertiary symptoms 

of syphilis (Gilchrist, 1771). 
Sibilance. Sibilance ; Sibilation. 
Sibilant, -ante. Sibilant. 
Siccatif, -ive. Siccative ; Siccant. 
Siccite. Siccity ; Dryness. 
Siderant, -ante. Lightning, adj. (apo- 
plexy) ; Crushing. 
Sid^ration. Sideration. 
Sid^rose ; Siderosis. Siderosis. 
Siege. (1) Seat ; Breech ; Buttocks ; 

(2) Seat (of an illness, etc.). 
Sifflage ; Comage. Roaring (Vet.). 



Sifflement. Whistling ; Whizzing ; 
Wheezing ; Hissing (of serpents). 

Sifflet. Whistle ; Whistling. 

Siffleur, -euse. Affected with roaring, 
adj. ; Roarer, s. (Vet.) ; Whistler, .s. 

Sigillation. The action of marking 
with a seal. 

Sigill^, -^e. Sigillate. 

Sigmoidal, -ale ; Sigmoide. Sigmoid. 

Signal. Apparatus that registers the 
beginning and the end of the experi- 
ment (Experimental physiology). 

Signature. Signatura, or -re ; A char- 
acteristic mark or sign. 

Signe. Sign. 

Silicade. A silicious pharmaceutical 
preparation. 

Silicatation. Impregnation with silica. 

Silicate. Silicate. 

Silicate, -^e. Containing silicates or 
silica. 

Silice. Silica. 

Siliceux, -euse. Silicious ; Siliceous. 

Silicide. Silicide. 

Silicie, -ee. Combined with silica or 
silicon. 

Silification. Incrustation with silica. 

Silicique. Silicic. 

Silicium. Silicium ; Silicon. 

Siliciure. Combination of silicon with 
metals. 

Silicule. Silicula ; Spicule ; Silicie. 

Siliculeux, -euse. Silicular ; Siliculose. 

Silique. Silique ; Siliqua (Botany). 

Sillon. Groove ; Furrow ; Wrinkle. 

Sillonne, -6e. Grooved. 

Sillonnement. The beginning of seg- 
mentation. 

Silphie ; Silphion ; Silphium. Silphium. 

Silure. Silurus. 

Simaba. Simaba. 

Simarouba. Simaruba. 

Simien, -ienne. Pertaining to, or re- 
sembling, monkeys. 

Similaire. Similar. 

Similor. Similor ; Brass. 

Simple, adj. et s. Simple, adj. and s. 

Simpliciste. Simplist ; Simpler ; Herb- 
doctor. 

Simulateur. A person who feigns a 
malady ; Malingerer. 

Simulation. Simulation. 

Simule, -ee. Feigned ; Pretended ; Fic- 
titious ; Simulated. 

Sinamine ; Sinnamine. Sinamin. 

Si.napine. Sinapin. 

Sinapique. Sinapic ; Pertaining to 
mustard. 

Sinapise, -ee. Containing mustard. 



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Sinapisine. Essence of mustard. 

Sinapisme. Sinapism ; A mustard 
poultice. 

Sincaline. Sincalin ; Neurin ; Cholin. 

Sincipital, -ale. Sincipital. 

Sinciput. Sinciput. 

Sindon. A drain for the opening made 
by the trephine. 

Singe. Monkey. 

Singultueux, -euse. Affected with sin- 
gultus or hiccough. 

Sinistrine. Sinistrin. 

Sinistrorse ; Sinistrorsum. Sinistrorse. 

Sinkaline. See Sincaline. 

Sinue, -ee. Sinuate. 

Sinueux, -euse. Sinuous ; Sinuose ; 
Sinual. 

Sinus. Sinus. 

Sipeerine. Bebeerin. 

Siphon. Siphon ; Antiguggler. 

Siphonaire ; Siphoncule, -ee ; Siphon- 
culaire ; Siphonien, -ienne. Siphon- 
ate. 

Siphonifere. Siphon if erous. 

Siphonoide. Siphonal. 

Siphonoma. Siphon oma. 

Sipirine. Bebeerin. 

Sirene. Siren. 

Sirenomele. Sirenomelus. 

Siriase. Siriasis. 

Siron. Siro. 

Sirop. Syrup. 

Sirupeux, -euse. Syrupy. 

Sismique. Pertaining to earthquakes. 

Sismographe. Instrument for register- 
ing earthquakes. 

Sistre. Filaments of cerebral substance 
in the roof of the aqueduct of Sylvius. 

Sitiologie. Sitiology. 

Sitiophobie. Sitiophobia. 

Sixieme paire de nerfs or&niens. Sixth 
pair of cranial nerves (Abducentes). 

Skodique. Skodaic. 

Smalt. Smalt. 

Smegma. Smegma. 

Smilace. Smilax ; Sarsaparilla. 

Smilac^, -ee. Pertaining to smilax. 

Smilacine. Smilacin. 

Soaria. The ripe fruit of the Msesa 
lanceolata. 

Socalolne. Socaloin. 

Sociabilite. Sociability. 

Social, -ale. Social. 

Socialite. Third and last degree of 
vitality engendered by the manifesta- 
tions of sociability (A, Comte). 

Soci^t^. Society. 

Sociologie. Sociology. 

Soda. Pyrosis. 



Sod^, -6e. Containing soda. 

Sodique. Pertaining to soda. 

Sodium. Sodium. 

Sodomie. Sodomy. 

Sole. Silk. 

Soif. Thirst. 

Soir. Night ; Evening. 

Soiree. Evening. 

Solaire. Solar. 

Solanac^es ; Solanees. Solanacese. 

Solanidine. Solanidin. 

Solanine. Solanin. 

Solaniun. Solanum. 

Solarise, -ee. Subjected to solar light. 

Solbatu, -ue. Surbated (Vet.). 

Solbature ; Sole battue. Quitter ; Quit- 
ter-bone (Vet.). 

Soldanelle. Soldanella. 

Sole. (1) Sole (of the foot, especially of 
animals) ; (2) Sole (fish). 

Sol^aire. 1. Pertaining to the sole of 
the foot, adj. ; 2. Solearis or Soleus 
muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Soleil. Sun. 

Solen. A kind of oblong box to keep a 
fractured limb in position, 

Sol^noide. Solenoid (Electricity). 

Solidarite. Solidarity. 

Solide. Solid. 

Solidification. Solidification. 

Solidisme. Solidism. 

Solidiste. Solidist. 

Solidite. Solidity. 

Solipede. Soliped, adj. and .s. ; Soli- 
pedous, adj. 

Solitaire. Solitary. 

Solubilis^, -ee. Rendered soluble. 

Solubility. Solubility. 

Soluble. Soluble. 

Solute ; Solutum. The liquid that re- 
sults from the solution of a solid in 
a liquid. 

Solutif, -ive. Capable of dissolving ; 
Laxative. 

Solution. Solution. 

Solutum. See Solut<^. 

Somascetique. Somascetic ; Gymnastic. 

Somatique. Somatic. 

Somatologie. Somatology. 

Somatome. Somatome. 

Somatomere. Protovertebra ; Somite. 

Somatopleure. Somatopleura. 

Somatotridyme. Somatotridymus. 

Somatoscope. An instrument for trans- 
parent examination of the splanchnic 
walls. 

SomatoBCOpie. Splanchnoscopy ; Exam- 
ination of the splanchnic walls by 
transparency (Milliot). 



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Sombre ; Sombr^, -ee. Dull ; Dark ; 
Covered (of the voice). 

Somite. Somite. 

Sommeil. Sleep. [Apex. 

Sommet ; Sommite. Summit ; Top ; 

Somnal. Somnal. 

Somnambule. Somnambulist. 

Somnambulisme. Somnambulism. 

Somnifere. Somniferous ; Somnific. 

Somniloque. Affected with somnilo- 
quence. 

Somnolence. Somnolence. 

Somno-vigil. Somno-vigil ; Coma- vigil. 

Son. (1) Sound ; Sonus ; (2) Bran. 

Sonde. Catheter ; Sound ; Director. 

Sonde cannel^e. Grooved director. 

Songe. Dream. 

Sonnette. (1) Small bell ; (2) Rattle 
(of the rattlesnake). 

Sonometre. Sonometer. 

Sonore. Sonorous. 

Sonorite. Sonorousness. 

Sophistication. Sophistication ; Adul- 
teration. 

Sophistique, -ee. Sophisticated ; Adul- 
terated. 

Sopor. Sopor ; Morbid sleep, 

Soporatif, -ive. Soporiferoua. 

Soporeuz, -euse. Soporous ; Soporose. 

Soporifere. Soporiferous. 

Soporifique. Soporific. 

Sorbate. Malate. 

Sorbe. Sorb. 

Sorbier. Mountain ash. 

Sorbine. Sorbin. 

Sorbinique. Sorbinic. 

Sorblque. Sorbic. 

Sorbite. Sorbite. 

Sorcellerie. Sorcery ; Witchcraft. 

Sorcier. Sorcerer. 

Sordide. Sordid ; Dirty ; Sanious. 

Sor^dion; Sor^die. Soredium. 

Sorgho. Sorgo ; Sorghum. 

Sorose. Sorosis. 

Sorroche. Mountain sickness. 

Sortilege. Sorcery. 

Soubresaut. Subsultus. 

Souche. Stem ; Stump (of trees). 

Souci. (1) Care ; Anxiety ; (2) Mari- 
gold (Botany) ; (3) Golden-crested 
wren. 

Sonde. Soda. 

Soudure. Joining ; Cicatrisation (of 
the lips of a wound, etc.). 

Soufle. (1) Breath; Breathing; (2) 
Souffle. 

Soufflet. Bellows ; Blower ; Insufflator. 

Souffle, -^e. Produced by the breath ; 
Thoracic. 



Souffleur, -euse. Said of a person that 
blows or pants. 

Souffleurs. Cetaceans. 

Souffrance. Suffering ; Pain. 

Soufre. Sulphur. 

Soufre, -6e. Containing sulphur. 

Soulevement. Rising ; Rise. 

Soupape. Valve ; Plug. 

Soupape. Bruit de-. See Bruit. 

Soupir. Sigh. 

Souple. Supple ; Flexible ; Pliant ; 
Yielding ; Soft (pulse). 

Source. Spring ; Fountain. 

Sourcil. Eyebrow ; Supercilium. 

Sourcillier, -iere. Superciliary. 

Sourd, -de. Deaf. 

Sourd-muet ; Sourde-muette, adj. et s. 
Deaf and dumb, adj. ; A deaf and 
dumb person. 

Souris. Mouse. 

Sous-acetate. Subacetate. 

Sous-acromio-hiun6ral, -ale. The Del- 
toid muscle, s-. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Sous-aponevrotique. Subaponeurotic. 

Sous-arachnoidien, -ienne. Subarach- 
noid. 

Sous-arbrisseau. Undershrub. 

Sous-arseniate. Old name of arseni- 
ates having an excess of the base 
relatively to the acid. 

Sous-astragalien, -ienne. Subastraga- 
loid. 

Sous-atloidien, -ienne. Sub-atloid. 

Sous-aur^olaire. Subareolar. 

Sous-axoidien, -ienne. Subaxial. 

Sous-azotate. Subnitrate. 

Sous-carbonate. Subcarbonate. 

Sous-claviculaire. Subclavicular, 

Sous-clavier, -iere. Subclavian, adj. ; 
Subclavius muscle, .s-. 

Sous-conjonctival, -ale. Subconjunc- 
tival, 

Sous-come, -^e. (1) Under the nail or 
horn ; (2) Reticular. 

Sous-costal, -ale. Subcostal. 

Souscription. The directions given in 
a prescription. 

Sous-crustace, -ee. Situated beneath 
epidermic scabs or crusts. 

Sous-cuisse. The part of a suspensory 
bandage that goes round the thighs. 

Sous-cutane, -ee. Subcutaneous. 

Sous-diaphragmatique. Subdia- 
phragmatic. 

Sous-diarthrodial, -ale. Under the 
diarthrodial cartilage, 

Sous-epineux, -euse. Subspinous, 

Sous-espece. Sub-species. 

Sous-genre. Subgenus. 



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Sous-hyoidien, -ienne. Subhyoid. 

Sous-jacent, -ente. Subjacent. 

Sous-lingual, -ale. Sublingual. 

Sous-macheliere. The part of the sub- 
maxillary region under the molar 
teeth. 

Sous-maxillaire. Submaxillary. 

Sous-maxillo-cutane, -ee. The Levator 
menti (Levator labii inferioris), s. ; 
Pertaining to it, adj. 

Sous-maxillo-labial, -ale. The De- 
pressor anguli oris (Triangularis 
menti), s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Sous-mental, -ale. Submental. 

Sous-muqueux, -euse. Submucous. 

Sous nitrate. Subnitrate. 

Sous-occipital, -ale. Suboccipital. 

Sous-cesophagien, -ienne. That is under, 
behind or beyond the oesophagus. 

Sous-optico-sph6no-scl6rotlcien. The 
Rectus inferior of the orbit. 

Sous-orbitaire. Suborbital. 

Sous-oxyde. Suboxide. 

Sous-pelvien, -ienne. Subpelvic. 

Sous - pericranien, -ienne. Subperi- 
cranial. 

Sous-p^iio3t6, -6e. Subperiosteal. 

Sous-p6riton^al, -ale. Subperitoneal. 

Sous-phosphate. Basic phosphate. 

Sous-plantaire. Subplantar. 

Sous-pubien, -ienne. Subpubic. 

Sous pubio abdominal. The Pyrami- 
dalis abdominis. 

Sous-pubio coccygien. The Levator 
ani. 

Sous pubio-cr^ti-tibial. The Gracilis 
muscle. 

Sous-pubio-f^moral. The Adductor 
brevis (thigh). 

Sous-pubio-pretibial. The Gracilis 
muscle. 

Sous-pubio-trochanterien. The Obtu- 
rator internus (thigh). 

Sous - pubio - trochanterien exteme. 
The Obturator externus (thigh). 

Sous-race. Half-bred race. 

Sous-resine. Subrt-sin. 

Sous-scapulaire. Subscapular. 

Sous - scapulo - trochinien. The Sub- 
scapularis muscle. 

Sous-scapulo-trocliiterien. The Teres 
minor muscle. 

Sous-sel. Subsalt. 

Sous - sphenoidal, -ale. Under the 
sphenoid (applied to the pterygoid 
processes). 

Sous-spinal, -ale. Subspinous. 

Sous-spini-scapulo-trochit^rien. The 
Infraspinatus muscle. 



Sous -sternal, -ale. Under the sternum ; 
Infrasternal. 

Sous-sulfate. Basic sulphate ; Subsul- 
phate. 

Sous-tricipital, -ale. Under the Tri- 
ceps femoralis. 

Sous - trochanterien, -ienne. Subtro- 
chanteric (applied to the great tro- 
chanter). 

Sous-trochantinien, -ienne. Subtro- 
chanteric (applied to the lesser tro- 
chanter). 

Sous-ung^eal, -ale. Subungual ; Sub- 
ungial. 

Sous-vertebral, -ale. Subvertebral. 

Sous-zygomatique. Under the zygoma. 

Soyeux, -euse. Silky ; Silken. 

Soyon. A disease of the bristles on the 
neck of the pig (Vet.). 

Spadice. Spadix. 

Spadic^, -^e. Spadiceous ; Spadicoae. 

Spagirie. Spagirism. 

Spagirique. Spagirie. 

Spagiriste. Spagirist. 

Spanh^mie. Spanemia ; Spaoiemia. 

Spaniolitmine. A compound found in 
litmus. 

Spanopogon. Spanopogon. 

Sparadrap. Sparadrap, 

Sparadrapier. An apparatus for the 
preparation of sparadrap. 

Sparadrapique. Pertaining to spara- 
drap. 

Spargose. Spargosis. 

Spart ; Sparte. Esparto ; Mat- weed. 

Sparteine. Spartein. 

Sparterie. Articles made of esparto. 

Spartier; Spartium. Spartium. 

Spasme. Spasm. 

Spasmodique. Spasmodic. 

Spasmologie. Spasmology. 

Spastique. Spastic. 

Spath. Spar (Minerals). 

Spath perle. Pearl spar. 

Spath fluor. Fluor spar. 

Spathace, -i6e. Spathaceous ; Spathed. 

Spathe. Spathe (Biology). 

Spathe, -6e. Spathed. 

Spathelle. Spathella. 

Spathellule. A small spathella. 

Spathification. Conversion into spar. 

Spathifi^, -^e. Converted into spar. 

Spathique. Pertaining to spar. 

Spathoide. (l)Spatulate ; (2)Spatular. 

Spatule. Spatula. 

Spatuld, -ee. Same as Sjjathoide. 

Spatuliforme. Spatuliform ; Same as 
Spathoide. 

Special, -iale. Special. 



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Specialisation. Specialization, or -sa- 

tion. 
Sp^cialiste. Specialist. 
Sp^cialisme. Specialism, 
Sp^cialite. Speciality ; Specialty. 
Specification. Specification. 
Specificisme. The doctrine of speci- 
ficity. 
Sp^cificiste. One who believes in the 

doctrine of specificity. 
Sp^cificite. Specificity. 
Sp^cifique, a/lj. et s. Specific, adj. 

and s. 
Sp^cioie. A pharmaceutical species. 
Spectral, -ale. Spectral. 
Spectre. Spectrum. 
Spectrometre. Spectrometer. 
Spectrom^trie. Spectrometry. 
Spectrometrique. Spectrometric. 
Spectroscope. Spectroscope. 
Spectroscopie. Spectroscopy. 
Spectroscopique. Spectroscopic. 
Spectroscopiste. Spectroscopist. 
Speculaire. That reflects light. 
Speculatif, -ive. Speculative. 
Speculation. Abstract and theoretical 

intellectual research. 
Speculum. Speculum. 
Spddalsk, -sked, ou -skhed. Spedal- 

skhed ; Norwegian leprosy. 
Speltre. Spelter ; Crude zinc. 
Spermaceti. Spermaceti. 
Spermamibe. A spermatozoon with 

amoeboid movements. 
Spermatemphraxie. Spermatem- 

jjhraxia. 
Spermatheque. Spermatheca. 
Spermatine. Spermatin. 
Spermatique. Spermatic. 
Spermatise, -ee. That is mixed with 

sperm ; That has received sperm. 
Spermatisme. Spermatism ; Spermism. 
Spermatiste. Spermatist ; Spermist. 
Spermatoblaste. Spermatoblast. 
Spermatocele. Spermatocele. 
Spermatochorde. The spermatic cord. 
Spermatoclepsie. Spermatoclemma. 
Spermatocjrte. Spermatocyte. 
Spermatode. Resembling a spore ; 

Resembling sperm. 
Spermatogenese. Spermatogenesis. 
Spermatogenie. Spermatogeny. 
Spermatographie. Description of spores 

or of sperm ; Spermatographie. 
Spermatologie. Spermatology. 
Spermatopathie. Spermatopathy. 
Spermatope, -ee. Spennatopoietic. 
Spermatophore. Spermatophore, s. ; 
Spermatophoral, adj. 



Spermatoplaste. Spermatoblast. 

Spermatopoese. The production of the 
sperm ; Spermatopoiesis. 

Spermatorrhee. Spermatorrhea, or -oea. 

Spermatorrheique. Spermatorrheal, or 
■rhoeal. 

Spermatose. Spermatosis. 

Spermatotheque. Spermatotheca. 

Spermatozoaire ; Spermazoaire. Sper- 
matozoon ; pi. Spermatozoa ; Sperma- 
tozoid. 

Spermatozolde ; Spermazolde. Sperma- 
tozoid ; Spermatozoon. 

Sperme. Sperm ; Sperma ; Semen. 

Spermiducte, et beaucoup mieux, Sper- 
mophore. Spermiduct. 

Spermine. Spermin. 

Spermiole. Spawn of frogs. 

Spermion. Small grain ; Sperm. 

Spermique. Spermic ; Spermatic. 

Spermobole. Spermobole ; Sperma- 
tismus. 

Spermogone. Spermogone ; Sperma- 
gonous, ad,j. ; Spermogonium, s. 

Spermolithe. Spermolith. 

Spermologue. Seminiferous. 

Spermophage. Feeding on grain ; Gra- 
nivorous. 

Spermophore. Spermophore, or -rum. 

Spermophyte. Spermophyte. 

Spermorrh^e. Spermorrhea, or -oea ; 
Spermatorrhea, or -cea. 

Spermozolde. Spermozoon ; Spermato- 
zoon. 

Sphacele. Sphacelus. 

Sphac^le, -^e. Sphacelated. 

Sphaceiie ; Sphacelium. Sphacelium ; 
Claviceps purpurea. 

Sphacelisme. Sphacelism. 

Sphacelium ; Sphacelie. Sphacelium. 

Sphalerocarpe. Sphalerocarpium. 

Sphal^rotocie. Uterine pains not fol- 
lowed by the expulsion of the foetus. 

Sphenenc^phale. Sphenencephalus (s), 
-lous {adj). 

Spheno-basilaire. Spheno-basilar. 

Sph^nocephale. Sphenocephalus («), 
-lous {adj). 

Sphenocephalie. Sphenocephalia. 

Spheno-epineux, -euse. Pertaining to 
the spinous process of the sphenoid. 

Sphenoidal, -ale. Sphenoidal. 

Sphenoide. Sphenoid, adj. and h. 

Sphenoidien, -ienne. Sphenoidal ; Sphe- 
noid, adj. 

Sph^no-maxillaire. Spheno-maxillary. 

Spheno-orbitaire. Spheno-orbital. 

Spheno-palatin, -ine. Spheno-palatine. 

Spheno-parietal, -ale. Spheno-parietal. 



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Sph^no-phaxyngien, -ieime. Spheno- 
pharyngeal, adj. ; Spheno - pharyn- 
geus, .V. 

Spheno-pt^rygo-palatin. The Tensor 
palati niuscle. 

Spheno-temporal, -ale. Spheno - tem- 
poral. 

Sphenotresie. Sphenotresia. 

Sphenotribe. Sphenotribe. 

Sphere. Sphere. 

Sphericity. The spherical condition. 

Spherique. Spheric ; Spherical. 

Sphero-cristal. Spherocrystal. 

Spheroidal, -ale ; Sph^ro'ide. Spheroid. 

Spherospore. Spherospore ; Tetraspore 
( Agassi z). 

Spherotheque. Spherotheea. 

Sph^rozoaire. Protozoon. 

Spherule. Spherule. 

Sphincter. Sphincter. 

Sphinct^ralgie. Sphincteralgia. 

Sphinct^ralgique. Pertaining to sphinc- 
teralgia ; Sphincteralgia. 

Sphinct^rien, -ienne. Sphincterial ; 
Sphincteric. 

Sphygmique. Sphygmic ; Sphygmical. 

Sphygmographe. Sphygmograph. 

Sphygmographie. Sphygmography. 

Sphygmographique. Sphygmographie. 

Sphygmologe. Instrument for ascer- 
taining the quality of the pulse. 

Sphygmometre. Sphygmometer. 

Sphygmophone. Sphygmophone. 

Sphygmoscope. Sphygmoscope. 

Spica. Spica-bandage. 

Spicac^, -^e. Spicate. 

Spicanard ; Spikenard. Spikenard ; 
Nard. 

Spicifere. Spiciferous. 

Spiciforme. Spiciform. 

Spiculaire. Spicular. 

Spicule. Spicula. 

Spicule, -ee, Spiculate. 

Spidium. Tri basic calcium pliosphate. 

Spig^liace, -6e. Pertaining to spigelia. 

Spig61ie. Spigelia. 

Spigeline. Spigelin. 

Spikenard ; Spicanard. Spikenard ; 
Nard. 

Spiloplaxie. Spiloplaxia. 

Spilus. Spilus ; Pigmentary nsevus. 

Spina. The stimulus to inflammation 
(Van Helmont). 

Spina-bifida. Spina-bifida. 

Spina-ventosa. Spina- ventosa. 

Spinal, -ale. Spinal. 

Spinal accesBoire. Nerf-. Spinal acces- 
sory nerve (eleventh cranial pair of 
nerves), (Soemmering). 



Spinescent, -ente. Spinescent 

Spini-axoido -occipital, - ale. The Rectus 
capitis posticus major, s. ; Pertaining 
to it, adj. 

Spini-azoido-tracheli-atloldien, -ienne. 
The Obli(iuus capitis inferior, s. ; 
Pertaining to it, adj. 

Spinifere. Spiniferous. 

Spiniforme. Spiniform. 

Spinitis. Spinitis ; Spinal myelitis or 
meningitis, 

Spinth^rometre. Instrument for mea- 
suring the strength of the electric 
spark. 

Spinth^ropie. Spintheropia. 

Spinule. Spinula. 

Spinule, -6e. Spinulate. 

Spinuleux, -euse. Spinulous, or -lose. 

Spiraculaire. Pertaining to spiracles. 

Splracule, ou -lum. Spiracle ; Spira- 
culum. 

Spiral, -ale. Spiral. 

Spiral. Bandage en-. Spiral bandage. 

Spiral^, -6e. Disposed spirally. 

Spire. Spire. 

Spir^e. Meadow-sweet. 

Spirdine. Spirein. 

Spir6ique. (1) Pertaining to meadow- 
sweet; applied to Spirein when con- 
sidered as an acid. 

Spirlcule. Spiricle. 

Spirifere. Spiriferous, 

Spiriforme. Spiriform. 

Spirique. Pertaining to spires. 

Spirille ; Spirillum. Spirillum. 

Spiritisme. Spiritism. 

Spiritualisme. Spiritualism. 

Spiritualiste. Spiritualist. 

Spiritueux, -euse. Spirituous. 

Spirobacterie. Spirobacterium. 

Spirochsete. Spirocheta. 

Spirolde. Spiroid. 

Spirol. Phenol. 

Spirometre, et heancoup mieux, Pn^o- 
metre. Spirometer. 

Spirom^trie, et beaucoup miettx, Pn^o- 
m6trie. Spirometry. 

Spirophore, et beaucoup miettx, Pn^o- 
phore. Spirophore. 

Spiroptere. Spiroptera. 

Spiroscope, et beaucoup mieux, Pn^o- 
scope. Spiroscope. 

Spiroylamide. Salicylamid. 

Spiroylamidique. Said of salicylamid 
coTisidered as an acid. 

Spiroylate. Salicylate. 

Spiroylique. Salicylic. 

Spiryle. Salicyl. 

Splanchnique. Splanchnic. 



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Splanchnographie. Splanchnography. 
Splanchnologie. Splanchnology. 
Splanchnologique. Splanchnologie. 
Splanchnopleure. Splanchnopleura. 
Splanchnoscopie. Splanchnoscopy. 
Splanchnosquelette. Splanchnoskele- 

ton. 
Splanchnotomie. Splanchnotomy. 
Spleen. Hypochondriasis. 
Splenalgie. Splenalgia. 
Splenalgique. Splenalgie. 
Spleuectomie. Splenectomy. 
Splenemphraxie. Spleneinphraxis. 
Splenification. SpleniScation. 
Splenique. Splenic. 
Splenisation. Splenification ; Spleniza- 

tion, or -sation. 
Spl^uite. Splenitis. 
Spl^nius. Splenius. 
Splenius de la tSte. Splenius capitis. 
Splenius du cou. Splenius colli. 
Spl^nocele. Splenocele. 
Spleno-gastrique. Gastro-splenie. 
Splenographie. Splenography. 
Splenoide. Splenoid, 
Splenologie. Splenology. 
Splenomigalie. Splenomegalia. 
Splenoucie. Splenoncus. 
Splenoparectame. Splenoparectasis. 
Splenopathie. Splenopathy. 
Splenopneumonie. Splenopneumonia 
Splenorrhagie. Splenorrhagia. 
Spl^notomie. Splenotomy. 
Spode. Spodium. 
Spoliatif, -ive. Spoliative. 
Spondiace, -6e. Pertaining to the 

spondias. 
Spondias. Spondias. 
Spondie, -6e. See Spondiace. 
Spondylarthrocace. Spondylarthro- 

cace ; Caries of a vertebra. 
Spondyle. Spondylus ; Vertebra. 
Spondylite. Spondylitis. 
Spondylizeme. Spondylizema. 
Spoudylolisthesie. Spondylolisthesis. 
Spondylozoaire. A vertebrate animal. 
Spongiaires. A class of zoophytes of 

which the sponge is the type. 
Spongieuz, -euse. Spongy. 
Spongine. Spongin. 
Spongiole. Spongiole. 
Spongiosit^. The spongy condition. 
Spongoide. Spongoid. 
Spontane, -ee. Spontaneous. 
Spontaneite. Spontaneity. [geny. 

Sponteparite. Hetemgenesis ; Hetero- 
Sporadicit^. Sporadicity. 
Sporadin, -ine. Living in an isolated 

condition. 



Sporadique. Sporadic. 

Sporange. Sporangium. 

Sporangifere, et heaucoup mieux, Spo- 
rangophore. Sporangiferous. 

Spore.- Spore. 

Sporidie. Sporidium ; Sporid. 

Sporidiole. Sporidiola. 

Sporifere, et heaucoup mieux, Sporo- 
phore. Sporiferous ; Sporophore. 

Sporigene; Sporogene. Sporogenous. 

Sporocarpe. SporoCiirpium ; Sporocarp. 

Sporocyste. Sporocy^.!. 

Sporogene. Sporogenous. 

Sporogone. Sporogonium. 

Sporogonie. Spomgony ; Sporogenesis. 

Sporoide. Sporoid ; Sporular. 

Sporophore. Sporophore. 

Sporophyme. Pr. embryo. 

Sporosac. Sporosac. 

Sporose. The reproduction, maturation, 
and emission of spores. 

Sporozoaire. Sporozoon. 

Sporozoide. Spoiozooid. 

Sporulation. Sporulation. 

Sporule. Sporule. 

Sporulifere. SporuHferous. 

Spray ; Pulverisation. Spray. 

Spray ph^niqu^. Carbolic spray. 

Spume. Spume ; Frothy saliva. 

Spumeux, -euse. Spumo^e ; Spumes- 
cent ; Spumous ; Spumid ; Spumy. 

Sputation. The action of expectorating ; 
Expectorati(m ; Sputation. 

Squame. Squama ; Scale ; Squame. 

Squameal, -ale. Squamate. 

Squamelle. Sqnamella. 

Squameiix, -euse. Squamous ; Squa- 
mose. 

Squamifere. Sqnamiferous. 

Squamiforme. Squamiforra. 

Squamule. Sqnamula ; Squamule. 

Squamuleux, -euse. Squamulose. 

Squarreux, -euse. Squarrous ; Squar- 
rose. 

Squelettaire. Pertaining to a skeleton. 

Squelette. Skeleton. 

Squelettique. Pertaining to a skeleton. 

Squelettisation. Skeletization, or -sa- 
tion. 

Squelettiser. To pass to the condition 
or state of a skeleton ; Skeletonize, 
or -se. 

Squelettogene. Producing or represent- 
ing a skeleton. 

Squelettogenie. Production of a skele- 
ton. 

Squelettode ; Squelettolde. Resem- 
bling a skeleton. 

Squelettologie. Skeletology. 

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Squelettop^e. Preparation of, or Set- 
tings up, a skeleton. 

Squelettophore. Having a skeleton. 

Squine. China-root. 

Squirrhe. Scirrhus ; Squirrhus. 

Squirrheux, -euse. Scirrhous. 

Squirrhogastrie. Scirrhus of the sto- 
mach (Alibert). 

Squirrhosaxque. Scirrhosarca. 

Squirrhosit^. Scirrhous induration. 

Stabile. Stabile. 

Stable. Stable adj. ; Fixed. 

Stabulation. The practice of making 
phthisical patients breathe as much 
as possible the air of stables. 

Stachys. Stachys. 

Stade. Stadium ; Stage ; Period. 

Stagnation. Stagnation. 

Stalactite. Stalactite. 

Stalagmite. Stalagmite. 

Staminaire ; Staminal, -ale. Staminal. 

Stamina. Stamen. 

Stamine, -6e. Staminate. 

Stamineux, -euse. Stamineous. 

Staminifere. Staminiferous ; Stamini- 
gerous. 

Staminiforme. Staminiform. 

Staminode. Staminodium. 

Stannate. Stannate. 

Stannifere. Containing tin or its com- 
pounds ; Yielding tin. 

Stannique. Stannic. 

Stap^al, -ale ; Stapedien, -ienne. Per- 
taining to the stapes. 

Staphisagrine. Staphisagrin. 

Staphisagiique. Pertaining to staphis- 
agria. 

Staphisaigre. Staphisagria ; Staves- 
acre. 

Staphisain. Staphisagrin. 

Staphylaire. Staphyleus ; Pertaining 
to the u vula, adj. ; An old instru- 
ment for fixing the uvula and the 
soft palate, s. 

Staphylin, -ine. Staphyline, adj. ; 
Staphylinus medius ; Azygos uvulae 
muscle, s. 

Staphylite. Staphylitis ; Inflammation 
of the uvula. 

Staphylocauste. Staphylocausticum. 

Staphylocoque. Staphylococcus. 

Staphylo-glosse. Palatoglossal, adj.; 
Palato-glossus, s. 

Staphylomateux, -euse. Staphyloma- 
tous, or -matic. 

Staphylome. Staphyloma. 

Staphyloplastie. Staphyloplasty. 

Staphylorrhaphie. Staphylorrhaphy. 

Staphylotome. Stapbylotome. 



Staphylotomie. Staphylotomy. 
Stase. Stasis. [stasis. 

Staser. To remain in a condition of 
Station. (1) Station ; (2) Stand ; Stand- 
ing upright. 
Stationnaire. Stationary. 
Statique, adj. Static. 
Statique, s. Statics. 
Statistique, adj. Statistic. 
Statistique, s. Statistics. 
Statoblaste. Statoblast. 
Stature. Stature. 
StauToplegie. Stauroplegia. 
Staxis. Epistaxis. 
Stearate. Stearate. 
St^arerine. Stearerin. 
Stdarine. Stearin. 
St^arique. Stearic. 
St^aroconote. Stearocnote 
St^arol^. Stearol. 
St^aroleique. Stearolie. 
St^arone. Stearone. 
St^arophanique. Stearophanic. 
Stearoptene. Stearopten. 
St^arose. Steatosis. 
St^aroxylique. Stearoxylic. 
St^arrh^e. Stearrhea, or -cea. 
Steatite. Steatite ; Talcum. 
St^atocele. Steatocele. 
St^atode. Steatodes ; Fatty. 
St^atogene. Steatogenous. 
St^atomateiix, -euse. Steatomatous. 
St^atome. Steatoma. 
St6atopyge. Steatopyga, or -gia. 
Steatorrhea. Steatorrhea, or -oea. 
Steatose. Steatosis. 
St^chas. Stoschas ; French lavender. 
St^chiologia, et beaucowp mieux, Stoe- 

chiologie. Stechiology ; Stoechiology ; 

Stoicheiology. 
Stechiometrie, et heaucoup mieux, Stoe- 

chiom6trie. Stechiometry ; Stoechio- 

metry ; Stoicheiometry. 
St^ganosome. Having a thick body. 
St^gnose. Stegnosis. 
St^gnotiqua. Stegnotic. 
St^irosa ; Stirose. Steirosis ; Sterility. 
Stellaire. Stellaria. 
Stellifera. Stelliferous. 
Stellule. Stellula. 
Stenocardia. Stenocardia. 
St^noc^phale. Stenocephalous (arf/), 

-lus (s). 
stenocephalia. Stenocephalia, or -ly. 
Stenoc6phalique. Stenocephalic. 
Stenochoria. Stenochoria. 
Stenodarma. Having a thin skin. 
Steuoglosse. Having a thin, narrow 

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Stenopeique. Stenopeic. 
Stenose. Stenosis. 
Stenosome. Having a thin body. 
St^nostome. Stenostomatous. 
Stenostomie. Stenostomia. 
Stephanie. Stephania. 
Stephanion. Steplianion. 
Stephanique. Stephanie ; Stephanial ; 

Pertaining to the stephanion. 
Stercobiline. Stercobilin. 
Stereo- ou Stercoro-purulent, -ente. 

Pyostercorous. 
Stercoraire. Stercoraceous. 
Stercoral, -ale. Stercoral ; Stercora- 
ceous. 
Stercoration. The passage of the food 

to the stercoraceous condition, 
Stercorine. Stercorin. 
Sterculie ; Sterculier. Sterculia. 
Stereodonte. Having strong teeth, adj. ; 

An instrument for the consolidation 

of the teeth, s. 
Stereodyme. Xiphodymus. [gram. 

Stereographe. Stereograph ; Stereo- 
Stereographie. Stereography. 
Stereoscope. Stereoscope. 
St^rigmate. Sterigma. 
Sterile. Sterile ; Barren. 
Sterilisation. Sterilization, or -sation. 
Sterilise, -6e. Sterilized, or -sed. 
St^rilite. Sterility. 
Sternal, -ale. Sternal ; Sternalis. 
Stemalgie. Sterna Igia. 
Stemalgique. Stemalgie. 
Stemebre. Sternebra. 
Stemebre, -€e. Sternebral ; Having 

sternebrse. 
Stemite. Sternite. 

Stemo-claviculaire. Sterno-clavicular. 
Stemo-elido-mastoldien, -ienne. Ster- 

no-cleido-mastoid, *•. ; Pertaining to 

it, adj. 
Stemo-costal, -ale. Triangularis stemi 

muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. ; 

Sterno-costal, adj. 
Stemo-costo-clavi-humeral, -ale. The 

Pectoralis major, s. ; Pertaining to 

it, adj. 
Stemo-humeral, -ale. The Pectoralis 

major, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 
Stemo-hyoldien, -ienne. The Sterno- 
hyoid, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. ; 

Sterno-hyoid, adj. 
Stemo-mastoldien, -ienne. The Sterno- 

mastoid, s. ; Sterno-mastoid. adj. 
Stemo-maxillaire. Sterno-maxillary. 
Stemopage. Sternopagus. 
Stemo-pubien, -ienne. The Rectus 

abdominis, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 



Sterno-thyreoldien, -ienne. TheSterno- 
thyroid muscle, s. ; Sterno-thyroid, 
: adj. 

Stemo-trach^en, -eenne. Sterno - tra- 
cheal. 
Sternum. Sternum. 
Stemutatoire. Sternutatory. 
Sterteur; Stertor. Stertor. 
Stertoreux, -euse. Stertorous. 
Stethographe. Stethograph. 
Stethographie. Stethography. 
St^thometre. Stethometer. 
Stethometrie. Stethometry. 
Stethoscope. Stethoscope. 
St^thoscopie. Stethoscopy. 
St^thoseopique. Stethoscopic. 
Sthenie. Sthenia. 
j Sthenique. Sthenic. 
I Stibiation. Stibialism ; The employ- 
I ment of large doses of tartar-emetic. 
I Stibie, -^e. Stibiate ; Stibial. 
i Stibieux, -euse. Antimonious. 
I Stibine. Natural sulphide of antimony. 
j Stibique. Antimonic. 
I Stigma. Stigma ; Ecchymotic eruption. 
Stigmatal, -ale. Stigmatal ; Stigmal. 
Stigmataire. Bearing stigmata ; Per- 
taining to stigmata. 
Stig^ate. Stigma. 
Stigmatifere. Stigmatiferous. 
Stigmatique. Stigmatic. 
Stigmatisation. Stigmatization, or 

-sation. 
Stigmatise, -ee. Bearing stigmata ; 

Stigmatose. 
Stil de grain. Brown -pink pigment. 
Stilbene. Stilbene. 
Stilb^nique. Pertaining to stilbene. 
Stillation. Stillation ; The state of a 

liquid that falls drop by drop. 
Stillicidium. Stillicidium ; Falling drop 

by drop. 
Stillingie. Stillingia. 
Stillist^arine. Fatty substance of the 

stillingia. 
Stimulant, -ante, adj. et s.m. Stimu- 
lant, adj. and s. 
Stimulation. Stimulation. 
Stimule. Any stiff and prickly hair or 

bristle. 
Stimuleux, -euse. Stimulose ; Having 

bristles that sting. 
Stimuli. The stings of the stinging 

nettle. 
Stimulus. Stimulus. 
Stipe. Stipe. 
Stipelle. A little stipula. 
Stipend, -^e. Having stipulse. 
Stipiforme. Stipiform. 

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Stipulac^, -^e. Stipulaceous. 
Stipulaire. Stipular ; Stipulary. 
Stipulation. Stipulation. 
Stipule. Stipula. 

Stipule, -ee. Stipulate. [origin. 

Stipul^en, -^enne. Having a stipular 
Stipuleux, -euse. Stipulose. 
Stipulifere. Stipuliferous. 
Stipuliforme. Siipuliform. 
Stirose. Stirosis ; Sterility. 
Stoechiologie. Stcechiology. 
Stoechiometrie. Stcechiometry. 
Stoniacace. Btomacace. 
Stomacal, -ale. Stomachal. 
Stomachique. Stomachic. 
Stomalgie. Any buccal or labial pain ; 

Pain in the mouth. 
Stoma, pi. Stomata. Stoma, pi. Sto- 

mata. 
Stomatique. Stomatic. 
Stomatite. Stomatitis. 
Stomatocephale. Stomocephalus {s), 

-lous (adj). 
Stomatodysodie. Stomatodysodia ; 

Fetid breath. 
Stomato-gastrique. Stomatogastric. 
Stomatoplastie. Stomatoplasty. 
Stomatorrhagie. Stomatorrhagia, 
Stomatoscope. Stomatoscope. 
Stomencepliale ; Stomoc^phale. Sto- 

moC'-phaliis (s), -lous (adj). 
Stomocephalie. Stomocephalia, or -ly. 
Stomodseum. Stomodaeum. 
Stomo-gastrique. Stomatogastric. 
Stomographie. Description of the 

mouth. 
Storax. Storax ; Styrax. 
Strabique. Strabismic, or -mal. 
Strabisme. Strabismus. 
Strabiste. See Strabique. 
Strabometre. Strabometer. 
Strabotomie. Strabotomy. 
Strabotomiste. The surgeon who per- 
forms strabotomy. 
Stragule. Stragulum ; Glume. 
Stramoine. Stramonium. 
Stramonine. Daturine. 
Stramonium. Stramonium. 
Strangulation. Strangulation. 
Strangurie. Strangury. 
Strata. Stratum, pi. Strata (in the 

sense of a tissue or an organ forming 

a revetment for another part). 
Stratification. Strati6i ation. 
Stratifi^ -^e. Stratified. 
Stratum. Stratum, pi. Strata. 
Strengite. N ttural phosphate of iron. 
Str^phopodie. Sprain of the foot ; 

Club-toot. 



Strepitosus morbus. Anthrax sur- 
rounded by crepitant emphysema. 

Streptobact^rie. Streptobacterium. 

Streptococcos, ou -coccus. Strepto- 
coccus. 

Striction; Stricture. Stricture (of a 
ring, a canal, etc.). 

Strideur. Stridor. 

Stridulant, -ante. Producing stridu- 
lation. 

Stridulation. Stridulation. 

Striduleux, -euse. Stridulous. 

Strie. Stria, ^Z. Striae. 

Stri^, -6e. Striated ; Striate. 

Strigilation. Strigilation; Friction with 
a brush. 

Strigile. Strigilis. 

Strigil^, -ee. Strigilate. 

Strigiliforme. Strigiliform ; Pectiniform. 

Strig^leux, -euse. Grooved ; Twisted ; 
Reticulated. 

Strobilaire. Pertaining to strobiles. 

Strobile. Strobila ; Strobile. 

Strobiliforme. Strobiliform ; Strobiloid. 

Stroma ; Strome. Stroma. 

Strongle ; Strongyle. Strongle ; Stron- 

gyi- 

Strontiane. Strontian. 
Strontianlte. Native strontium car- 
bonate. 
Strontium. Strontium. 
Strophanthine. Strophanthin. 
Strophanthus. Strophanthus. 
Strophocephale. Strophocephalus (s), 

-lous {adj). 
Strophocephalie. Strophocephaly. 
Strophulus. Strophulus. 
Structural, -ale. Structural. 
Structure. Structure. 
Strume. Struma; Bronchocele. 
Strumeux, -euse. Strumous. 
Strumiprive. Cachexie-. Cachexia 

strumipriva ; A kind of cretinoid 

state. 
Stnimite. Strumitis. 
Strumosite. Strumositas. 
Struthine. Stmthin ; Saponin. 
Strychnate. Tgasurate. 
Strychn^, -^e. Containing strychnine ; 

Pertaining to nux vomica. 
Strychnine. Strychnin ; Strychnine, 

or -na. 
Strychninique. Strychninic. 
Strychnique. Pertaining to strychnine 

and to its effects. 
Strychnis^, -i&. Applied to a living 

being into whose tissues strychnine 

has been introduced. 
Strychnisme. Strychninism. 



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Strychnos. Strychnos. 

Stupefaction. Stupefaction. 

Stup^fiant, -ante. Stupefacient ; Stupe- 
f active. 

Stupeur. Stupor. 

Stupidity. Stupiditas ; Idiocy. 

Stycerine. Stycerin ; Phenyl glycerol. 

Stylaire. Stylar. 

Style. Style. 

Stylet. Stylet ; Probe. 

Stylhyal. (1) Stylohyal ; (2) The styloid 
process of the temporal bone. 

Stylien, -ieune. Pertaining to a style, 
to a stylet, or to the styloid process 
of the temporal. 

Styliforme, et beaucoup mieux, Styl- 
oide. Styliform ; Styloid. 

Stylo-c^rato-hyoidien ; Stylo-chondro- 
hyoldien. The Stylo-hyoid muscle. 

Stylode. (1) Small style ; (2) Apo- 
physis. 

Styloglosse. Stylo-glossal, adj.; Stylo- 
glossus, «. 

Stylo-hyal, -ale. Pertaining to the 
hyoid bone and to the styloid process 
(R. Owen). 

Stylo-hyoidien, -ienne, s.m. et adj. 
The Stylo-hyoid muscle, .s. ; Stylo- 
hyoid, adj. 

Stylolde, ad,j. et *•. Styloid, adj. ; 
Styloid process, *•. 

Styloldien, -ienne. Styloid, adj. 

Stylo-mastoidien, -ienne. Stylo-mas- 
toid. 

Stylo-maxillaire. Stylo-maxillary. 

Stylo-pharyngien, -ienne, adj. et s.m. 
Stylo-pharyngeal, adj. ; Stylo-pha- 
ryngeus, s. 

Stylopode. Stylopodium ; Stylopod. 

Stylosanthe. Stylosanthes. 

Stylospore. Stylospore. 

Stylosporien, -ienne. Stylosporous. 

Stylo-staphylin, -ine. Stylo-staphylin. 

Stymatose. Stymatosis. 

Stypage. Stypage. 

Stjrphinique. Having astringent efifects. 

Stypticite. Stypticity. 

Styptique. Styptic. 

Stjrracine. Styracin. 

Styracone. Impure styrone. 

St3n:ax. Styrax ; Storax. 

Stjnrol ; Stjrrole ; Styrolene. Styrol ; 
Styrolene. 

Styrolique. Pertaining to styrol. 

Stjrrone. Styrone. 

Styryl. Styryl. 

St3rrylique. Pertaining to styryl. 

Subaigu, -gue. Subacute. 

Subalaire. Under the wing. 



Subapiculaire. Subapical. 

Subbrachien, -ienne. Subbrachial ; 
Subbrachiate. 

Subcontinu, -ue. Continuous with re- 
mittent attacks. 

Subcordiforme. Subcordiform ; Sub- 
cordate. 

Subcylindrique. That has nearly the 
shape of a cylinder. 

Subdelirium. Subdelirium. 

Suber. Suber ; Cork ; Suberin. 

Sub^rate. A salt of suberic acid. 

Sub^reux, -euse. Subereous ; Corky. 

Sub^ric^rine. Cerin. 

Suberic^rique. Cerotic. 

Sub^rification. Suberification ; Sub- 
erization. 

Sub^riforme. Suberiform. 

Sub^iine. Suberin. 

Sub^rique. Suberic. 

Sub^rone. Suberone. 

Sub^rylate. See Suberate. 

Sub^ryle. Suberone. 

Subesylique. Suberic, 

Subgrondation. Subgrundation. 

Subinflammation. Subinflammation. 

Subintrant, -ante. Subintrant. 

Subit, -ite. Sudden ; Unexpected. 

Subjacent, -ente. Subjacent. 

Subjectif, -ive. Subjective. 

Sublimation. Sublimation. 

Sublimatoire. Sublimate ; Subliming. 

Sublime. Sublimis ; High ; Elevated. 

Sublime des doigts. Flexor sublimis 
digitorum. 

Sublim6, -^e. Sublimed ; Sublimate. 

Sublingual, -ale. Sublingual. 

Subluxation. Subluxation. 

Submatite. Incomplete dulness on per- 
cussion. 

Submental, -ale. Submental. 

Submerge, -ee. Submerged. 

Submerge, v. A person dead by sub- 
mersion. 

Submersible. Capable of submersion 
(plants). 

Submersion. Submersion. 

Sub-operculaire. Subopercular, adj. ; 
Suboperculum, «. 

Sub-opercule. Suboperculum. 

Sub-orbiculaire. Suborbicular, or -late. 

Subordination. Subordination. 

Suboxyde. Suboxid, or -de. 

Subp^tiole, -ee. Subpetiolate. 

Subr^sineux, -euse. Subresinous. 

Subrubrine. A product of haematosin. 

Subsessile. Subsessile. 

Subsistance. Subsistence ; Food. 

Subspiral, -ale. Subspiral. 



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Substance. Substance. 

Substituant, -ante. Substituting ; Con- 
ducive to substitution. 

Substitutif, -ive. That takes the place 
of another (medicine or disease). 

Substitution. Substitution. 

Substratum. Substratum. 

Subtxirbiu^, -6e. Subturbinate. 

Subul^, -ee. Subulate. 

Sue. Succus ; Juice. 

Succ^dane, -ee, adj. et s.m. That can 
be substituted for another (medicine), 
adj. ; Succedaneum, .t. 

Succenturial, -ale; Succenturi^, -6e. 
Succenturiate ; Accessory. 

Succenturiaux. Reins-. Accessory kid- 
neys. 

Succin. Succinum ; Yellow amber. 

Succinamid. Succinamid. 

Succinamique. Succinamic. 

Succinate. Succinate. 

Succinimide. Succinimid. 

Succinlque. Succinic. 

Succinoue. Succinone. 

Succinurique. Pertaining to the com- 
binations of succinic acid with the 
urine. 

Succion. Suction ; Sucking. 

Succisterine. Hydrocarbon produced 
by the distillation of succinum. 

Succube. Succubus. 

Succussion. Succussion. 

Succylique. Succinic. [suction. 

Suceur, -euse. Sucking ; Exercising 

Su<;oir. (1) Cupping-glass ; (2) Sucker. 

Su9on. Sugillation. 

Sucrate. Saccharate. 

Sucre. Sugar. 

Sucre brut. Raw sugar. 

Sucre de fruits. Glucose. 

Sucre de gelatine. Glycocol. 

Sucre interverti. Invert sugar. 

Sucre de lait. Lactose ; Sugar of milk. 

Sucre des nids. Trehalose. 

Sucre d'orge ; Sucre de ponune. Barley- 
sugar. 

Sucre pil^. Powdered sugar. 

Sucre raffing. Refined sugar ; Lump 
sugar. 

Sucre de raisin. Grape sugar ; Glu- 
cose. 

Sucre de r^glisse. Glycyrrhizinum. 

Sucre de Satume. Tribasic acetate of 
lead. 

Sucre tors. Barley sugar. 

Sucre vermifuge. A medicinal pre- 
paration of sugar and mercury. 

Sncr6, -ie. Sugared ; Sweet ; Sweet- 
ened. 



Sudamina. Sudamina ; muj. Sudamen. 

Sudation. Sudation. 

Sudatoire. Sudatory ; That causes per- 
spiration ; Diaphoretic. 

Sudatorium. Sudatorium. 

Sudoral, -ale. Sudoral. 

Sudorate. A salt of sudoric acid 
(Favre). 

Sudoration. The production of sweat. 

Sudorifere. Sudoriferous. 

Sudorification. The sudorific function ; 
Sudorification. 

Sudorifique. Sudorific. 

Sudoripare. Sudoriparous. 

Sudorique. Sudoric (acid) ; Pertaining 
to sweat ; Sudorous. 

Suette. Sweating fever or sickness. 

Sueur. Sweat ; Sudor ; Perspiration. 

Sueur bleue. Chromidrosis. 

Sueur p^dieuse. Sweating of the feet. 

Sueur de sang. Sudor cruentus ; Hie- 
matidrosis. 

Suffocant, -ante. Suffocating; Suffoca- 
tive. 

Suffocation. Sutfocation. 

Suffrutescent, -ente. Suflfrutescent. 

Suffusion. Suffusion. 

Suggestif, -ive. Suggestive. 

Suggestion. Suggestion. 

Sugillation. Sugillation ; Suggillation. 

Suicide. Suicide. 

Suid6, -6e. Pertaining to the pig. 

Suie. Soot. 

Suif. Tallow. 

Suifeux, -euse. Pertaining to tallow. 

Suint. Suint ; Grease of the wool of 



Suintemeut. Oozing (wounds, etc.). 
Suite. Sequel ; Sequelae. [section. 

Sujet de dissection. A subject for dis- 
Sulcature. Sulcature ; Sulcation. 
Sulciforme. Sulciform. 
Sulfamid. Sulphamid. 
Sulfanilique. Sulphanilic. 
Sulfate. Sulphate. 
Sulfate, -6e. Containing sulphates. 
Sulfhydrate. Hydrosulphate. 
Sulfide. Sulphide. 
Sulfite. Sulphite. 

Sulfitique. Pertaining to sulphites. 
Sulfocarbamide. Sulphocarbamid. 
Sulfocarbolique. Sulphocarbolic. 
Sulfocarbonate. Sulphocarbonate. 
Sulfol^ique. Sulpholeic. 
Sulfo-mucose. Glairin ; Sulphurain. 
Sulfonal. Sulphonal. 
Sulfosel. Sulpho-salt. 
Sulfurage. The therapeutical external 
employment of sulphur. 



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Sulfuration. Sulphuration. 
Sulfure. Sulphide ; Sulphuret. 
Sulfiire, -ee. Sulphurated ; Sulphurate 
Sulfureux, -euse. Sulphurous. 
Sulfurhydrine ; Sulfurine. Glairin. 
Sulfurique, Sulphuric. 
Sulfuroide. Keserabling sulphur. 
Sulfurose. Glairin. 
Sumac. Sumac ; Sumach. 
Sumboul; Sumbul. Sumbul. 
Superanal, -ale. Super-anal ; Supra- 
anal, j 
Superarcual, -ale. Above the arch of a 

vertebra. 
Superbe. Superbus ; Rectus oculi su- 
perior. 
Supere. Superior ; Higher (Botany). 
Superfecondation. Superfecundation. 
Superf6tatiou, ou -foetatiou. Super- 
fetation, or -fcetation. 
Sup^rieur, -ure. Superior ; Upper. 
Superimpregnation. Superimpregna- 

tion. 
Superoxydation. Superoxidation. 
Superpositif, -ive. Superposed (Botany). 
Superposition. The superposed con- 
dition. 
Superpurga tion. Superpurgation ; 

Over-purgation. 
Supers^cr6tion. Supersecretion. 
Superstition. Superstition. 
Superutriculaire. Above the utricle. 
Supervolutif, -ive. Super volute. 
Supinateur. Supinator. 
Supination. Supination. 
Suppedane, -ee. Suppedaneous ; Per- 
taining to the sole of the foot. 
Supporteur, -euse, adj. et s.m. Sup- 
porting, adj. ; Supporting apparatus ; 
Support, ■% 
Suppressif, -ive. Suppressive. 
Supposition. Presenting a child as 
born of a woman who has not yet 
been delivered (Medical jurispru- 
dence). 
Suppositoire. Suppository. 
Suppression. Suppression. 
Suppurant, -ante. Suppurating. 
Suppuratif, -ive. Suppurative. 
Suppuration. Suppuration. 
Suppure, -ee. Suppurated. 
Supraclaviculaire. Supraclavicular, 

adj. ; Supraclavicle (fishes), «. 
Supratemporal, -ale. Supratemporal. 
Supra-thoracique. Suprathoracic. 
Sur, -ure. Sour ; Acid. 
Suractivite. Exaggerated activity. 
Suraigu, -ue. Very acute ; Superacute. 
Sural, -ale. Sural. 



Suralimentation. Suralimentation. 

Suranal, -ale. Suranal ; Bupra-anal ; 
Super-anal. 

Sur-angulaire. Above the angle of 
the jaw. 

Sur-antimoniate. Bi-antimoniate or 
Acid-antimoniate. 

Suxart, ou Surat. Infusion of elder 
flowers or sambucus. 

Surbaiss6, -ee. Said in anatomy of a 
partially elliptic surface. 

Surchromique. Perchromic. 

Siircilier. Same as Sourcilier, q.v. 

Surcostal, -ale. Supracostal. 

Surcostaux. Muscles-. The Levatores 
costarum muscles. 

Surculation. Gemmation. 

Surculeux, -euse. Applied to the seat 
of gemmation. 

Surdent. Irregular tooth ; Gag-tooth ; 
Wolf tooth (Vet.). 

Surdi-mutisme ; Surdi-mutit^. Surdo- 
mutitas. 

Surdity. Surdity ; Deafness. 

Sureau. Elder. 

Sur^pineux, -euse, ou Sus-6pineux, 
-euse, adj. et .s.m. Supraspinous, 
adj. ; Supraspinatus muscle, s. 

Surexcitabilit^. Excessive excitability. 

Surexcitable. Afifected with excessive 
excitability. 

Surexcitation. Excessive excitation or 
excitement. 

Surexhalation. Excessive pulmonary 
exhalation. 

Surface. Surface. 

Surface de glissement. The smooth 
grooved surface of a bone over which 
the tendons slide. 

Surface d'insertion. Ridge or depres- 
sion on a bone for the insertion of a 
tendon or the attachment of a liga- 
ment. 

Surfusibilite. The quality of being ex- 
tremely fusible. 

Surfusible. Extremely fusible. 

Sxirfusion. The condition of a body 
that remains liquid at a lower tem- 
perature than that which ordinarily 
determines its solidification. 

Surgeon. Sucker ; Shoot (Botany). 

Sur-irritation. Excessive irritation. 

Surlangue. A kind of foot and mouth 
disease in animals seen in the human 
being by Beck in 1855, 1856. 
Surlaryngien, -ienne. Supra-laryngeal, 
Surlonge. Sirloin. 

Surmenage; Sumaenance. The over- 
worked condition. 



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Snnneii6, -6e. Ill through overwork. 

Surmenement. The overworked con- 
dition. 

Sur-occipital, -ale. Supra-occipital. 

Sur-orbitaire. Supra-orbital. 

Suros. Splint (Vet.). 

Siir-oxalate. Super-acid oxalate. 

Suroxydation. Peroxidation. 

Suroxyde. Peroxide. 

Suroxyd^, -^e. Superoxidized. 

Suroxygenation. Peroxidation. 

Suroxygene, -6e. Overloaded with 
oxygen. 

Suroxygenese. A supposed superabun- 
dance of oxygen in the system. 

Surpeau. The epidermis. 

Surrenal, -ale. Suprarenal. 

Sursatiiration. Supersaturation ; Ex- 
cessive saturation. 

Siirsel. Supersalt. 

SuT-semi-orbiculaire. The upper half 
of the Orbicularis oris muscle. 

Sur-spinal, -ale. Supra-spinal ; Supra- 
spinous. 

Sur-spinaux. Muscles-. The Inter- 
spinales muscles. 

Siirsulfate. A sulphate with an excess 
of acid. 

Snrtout ligamenteux anterieur. The 
anterior common ligament of the 
spine. 

Surtout ligamenteux post^rieur. The 
posterior common ligament of the 
spine. 

Survie. Survival ; Survivorship ; Out- 
living. 

Sus-acromial, -ale. Above the acromion. 

Sus-acromial. Nerf-. The acromial 
branch of the' supra - clavicular 
branches (Cervical plexus). 

Sus-carpien, -ienne. Above the carpus. 

Sus-carpiennes. Arteres-. The pos- 
terior carpal arteries (one from the 
radial, one from the ulnar). 

Susceptibility. Susceptibility. 

Suschromique. Perchromic. 

Sus-claviculaire. Supraclavicular. 

Sus-coccyglen, -ienne. Above the 
coccyx ; Uropygial. 

Sus-diaphragmatique. Supradiaphrag- 
matic. 

Sus-^pineux, -euse, See Surepineux. 

Sus-glottique. Supraglottic. 

Sus-h^patique. Above the liver ; Going 
to the liver. 

Sus-h^patiques. Veines-. The hepatic 
veins. 

Sus-hyoidien, -ienne. Suprahyoid. 

Sus-mall^olaire. Supramalleolar. 



Sus-maxillaire. Supramaxillary. 

Susmaxillo-labial, -ale, adj. et s.m. 
The Levator labii superioris alseque 
nasi or the Levator labii superioris, 
•s. ; Pertaining to them, adj. 

Sus-maxillo-nasal, -ale, adj. et s.m. 
The Compressor nasi, s. ; Pertaining 
to it, a(/j. 

Sus - meningien, -ienne. Above the 
meninges ; Between the bone and 
the dura-mater. 

Sus metacarpo - lateri-phalangien. A 
dorsal interosseous muscle (hand). 

Sus-m^tatarsien, -ienne. Above the 
metatarsus. 

Sus-m^tatarso-lat^ri-phalangien. A 
dorsal interosseous muscle (foot). 

Sus-nasal, -ale. Supranasal. 

Sus-occipital, -ale. Supra-occipital. 

Sus-oesophagien, -ienne. Above the 
CBSophagus. 

Sus - optico - ph^ni - scl^roticien. The 
Superior rectus muscle of the orbit ; 
Suprarectus. 

Sus-orbitaire. Supra-orbital. 

Suspendu, -ue. Suspended. 

Suspenseur. Suspensory, adj. ; Sus- 
pensor ; Suspensorium, s. 

Suspension. Suspension. 

Suspensoir, ou -re. Suspensory band- 
age. 

Suspirieux, -euse. Sighing (as applied 
to respiration). [foot. 

Sus-plantaire. Above the sole of the 

Sus-pubien, -ienne, adj. et s.m. Supra- 
pubic. 

Sus-pubio-femoral, -ale. The Pectineus 
muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Sus-rectal, -ale. Above the rectum. 

Sus-scapulaire. Suprascapular, adj. 

Sus-scapulaire superieur. The Supra- 
spinatus muscle. 

Sus-scapulaire inf^rieur. The Infra- 
spinatus muscle. 

Sus-scapulo-trochit^rien, -ienne, adj. 
et s.m. The Teres minor muscle, s. ; 
Pertaining to it, adj. 

Sus-sphenoldal, -ale. Above the sphe- 
noid. 

Sus-spini -scapulo-trochit^rien, -ienne, 
adj. et s.m. The Supraspinatus mus- 
cle, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 

Sus-stemal, -ale. Suprasternal. 

Sus-tarsien, -ienne. Above the tarsus. 

Sustentation. Sustentation ; Susten- 
ance. 

Susurrus. Susurrus. 

Suturaire. Pertaining to a suture or to 
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Sutural, -ale. Sutiiral. 

Suture. Suture ; Sutura. 

Suture entrecoupee ou k points sepa- 
res. Interrupted suture. 

Suture enchevillee, empennee on em- 
plumee. Quilled suture. 

Suture entortillee. Twisted or hare- 
lip suture. 

Suture a points passes. Quilted suture. 

Suture en surjet ou du pelletier. Con- 
tinued or Glover's suture. 

Suturer. To suture. 

Sutureur. Instrument for passing the 
sutures in operations for cleft palate, 
etc. 

Syc^phalien, -ienne. Sycephalus, (•>), 
-lous {(idj). 

Sychnurie. Sychnuresis. 

Sycomore. Sycamore. 

Sycone. Syconium. 

Sycose; Sycosis. Sycosis. 

Syllepsologie. Syllepsiology. 

Syllogisme. Syllogism. 

Sylvien, -ienne. Sylvian ; Pertaining 
to the fissure of Sylvius. 

Sylvique. Pertaining to forests. 

Sylvique. Acide-. Abietic acid. 

Symbiose. Symbiosis. 

Symbiotisme. Symbion ; Symbiont. 

Symblepharon. Symblepharon. 

Sjrmbole. Symbol. 

S3rmele. Symelus ; Symmelus. 

Sym^lien, -ienne. Symmelic, adj. ; 
Symmelus, s. 

Sjraietrie. Symmetry. 

Symetrique. Symmetric ; Symmetrical. 

Sympathie. Sympathy. 

Sympathique. Sympathetic ; Sympa- 
thie. 

Sympetalique. Sympetalous. 

Sympexion. Sympexion ; Sympexis. 

Symphorese. Symphoresis ; Conges- 
tion. 

Ssmiphysaire. Symphysic. 

Sjrmphyse. Symphysis. 

Symphyseal, -ale. Symphyseal, or -sial ; 
Symphysic. 

Sympbyseotomie. Symphysiotomy ; 
Symphysotomy. 

Symphysie. Union of parts that would 
be separated in the normal condition 
(Breschet). 

Symphysien, -ienne. Symphyseal, or 
•sial ; Symphysic. 

Symphysis. Same as Symphysie, q.v. ; 
The accidental adhesion of the mucous 
membrane of the prepuce to that of 
the gland. [(Adie). 

S]rmpi^zometre. An air barometer 



Sjmiplectique. Symplectic. 

Symptomatique. Symptomatic. 

Sjnnptomatologie. Symptomatology. 

Symptome. Symptom. 

Sjrmptose. Symptosis ; Wasting ; Ema- 
ciation ; Collapse. 

Synadelphe. Synadelphus. 

Sjmalgie. Synalgia. 

Syuanche ; Synancie. Synanche. 

Synangium. Synangium. 

Synanthe, -ee ; Synanthe. Synanthous. 

Synanthere, -ee. Synantherous. 

Synantherie. Syngenesis (Richard). 

Synanth^rine. Inulin (Clamort-Mar- 
quart). 

Synanthrose. Synanthrose. 

Synaptase. Synaptase ; Emulsin. 

Sjmapticule. Synapticula. 

Synarthrodial, -ale. Synarthrodial. 

Synarthrose. Synarthrosis ; Synar- 
throdia. 

Syncarpe. Syncarp. 

Syncarpie. Syncarpium. 

S3mchitonitis. Synchitonitis. 

Synchondral, -ale. Synchondrosial. 

Ssmchondrose. Synchondrosis. 

Synchondrotomie. Synch ondrotomy. 

Synchrone ; Isocbrone. Synchronous ; 
Isochronous. 

Syncbronique. Synchronous. 

Syncbronisme. Synchronism. 

Syncbysis. Synchysis. 

Syncin^sie. An involuntary movement 
taking place in one part of the body 
simultaneously to voluntary or reflex 
movements in another part(Vulpian). 

Sjmclonus. Synclonus. 

Syncopal, -ale. Syncopal ; Syncopic. 

Syncope. Syncope. 

Syncranien, -ienne. Syncranial (said 
of the superior maxilla). 

Syncretique. Syncritic ; Astringent. 

Syncr^tisme. Syncretism. 

S3mcr6tiste. Syncretist. 

Syncrise. Syncrisis. 

S3aidactyle. Syndactylous ; Syndactyl. 

Syndactylie. Syndactylia ; Syndactyl- 
ism ; Webbed fingers. 

Sjmdectomie. Syndectomy. 

Syndesmie. The union of organs by 
ligaments. 

Syndesmite. Syndesmitis. 

S5mdesmograpbie. Syndesmography. 

S3mdesmologie. Syndesmology. 

Syndesmo-pbaryngien, -ienne. Per- 
taining to the ligamentous part of 
the pharynx, adj. ; A fleshy fascicu- 
lus forming part of the superior con- 
strictor of the pharynx, s-. 



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Syndesmose. SyndesmosiB. 
Sjmdesmotomie. Syndesmotomy. 
Syndicat. Syndicate. 
Syndrome. Syndrome. 
Synechie. Synechia. 
Synechotomie. Synechotomy. 
Synencephalien. Synencephalu? (s), 

-lous {adj). 
Synencephalocele. Synencephalocele. 
Synergie. Synergia, or -gy. 
Synergique. Synergic. 
Synesthlsie. Synesthesia. 
Syngenese. Syngenesis. 
Syngenesiaque. Syngenesious. 
Syngenesie. Syngenesis. 
Syngenesique. Syngenesious. 
Syngenesiste. A partisan of the hypo- 
thesis of syngenesis. 
Syniz6sis. Synizesis. 
Synn^vrose. Synneurosis ; Syndes- 
mosis. 
Synoque. Synocha ; Synochus. 
Synost6ographie. Synosteography. 
Synosteologie. Synosteology. 
Synosteotomie. Synosteotomy ; Ana- 
tomy of the joints. 
Synostose. Synostosis ; Synosteosis. 
Synote. Synotus. 
Synovial, -ale. Synovial. 
Synoviale, s.f. The synovial membrane. 
Sjmovie. Synovia. 

Synovine ; Anthrohydrine. Synovin. 

Synovite. Synovitis. 

Synthese. Synthesis ; Approximation 
of separated parts (Surgery). 

Synth^tisme. Synthetism ; Extension, 
reduction, coaptation, and immobili- 
sation (treatment of fractures). 

Sjmtonine. Syntonin. 

Synzygie. Synzygia ; Syzygy. 

Syphilicome. Hospital or dispensary 
for the treatment of syphilis. 

Syphilide. Syphilid ; Syphilide. 

Syphiligraphe. Syphilographer ; A 
writer on syphilis. 

Syphiligraphie. Syphilography. 

Syphiligraphique. Syphilographic. 

Syphiliographe. Syphilographer. 

Syphilis. Syphilis. 

Syphilisation. Syphilization, or -sation. 

Syphilis^, -^e. Syi^hilized, or -sed. 

Syphiliser. To syphilize, or -se. 

Syphilisme. Syphilismus. 

Syphilitique. Syphilitic. 

Syphilographe. Syphilographer. 

Syphilographie. Syphilography. 

Syphilographique. Syphilographic. 

Syphiloide. Syphiloid. 

Syphilologie. Syphilology. 



Sjrphilomane. A person affected with 

syphilomania. 

Syphilomanie. Syphilomania. 

Syphilome. Syphiloma. 

Sjrphilomyces. Syphilitic vegetations. 

Syphilophobe. Syphilophobe. 

S3rphiIophobie. Syphilophobia. 

Syriaque. Syriac. 

Syringine. Syringin. 

Sjaingomyelie. Syringomyelia. 

Syringotome. Syringotorae. 

Sjningotomie. Syringotomy. 

Syrmalsme. An ancient emetic made 
of turnip juice and salt water. 

Sysomien, -ienne. Sysomic, adj. ; A 
sysomic monster, «. 

Syssarcose. Syssarcosis. 

Systaltique. Systaltic. 

Systematique. Systematic. 

Systematisation. A systematic com- 
pilation of isolated facts. 

Systeme. System. 

Systolaire. Systolic. 

Systole. Systole. 

Systolique. Systolic. 

Systolisme. The systolic condition of 
the heart, of the arteries, etc. 

T. Abbreviation of 7'ra?i«cnwcz = trans- 
scribe ; Copy out (imperative mood). 

T. Bandage en-. T-bandage. 

Ta. Symbol of Tantalum. 

Tabac. Tobacco ; Tabacum. 

Tabacique. Pertaining to tobacco. 

Taban ; Taon. Ox-fly ; Gad-fly. 

Tabanide. Resembling an ox-fly. 

Tabaschir ; Tabashir ; Tabaxir, Taba- 
sheer ; Tabaxir. 

Tabatiere anatomique. The depression 
at the base of the thumb on its radial 
aspect between the second and third 
extensor tendons of the thumb (liter- 
ally. Anatomical snuff-box). 

Tabaxir. Tabaxir ; Tabasheer. 

Tabes. Tabes. 

Tabescence. Tabescence. 

Tabescent, -ente. Tabescent. 

Tab^tique. Tabetic. 

Tabide. Tabid ; Hectic. 

Tabifique. Tabific. 

Tabifluent, -ente. Tabic. 

Table. Table. 

Tablette. Tablet. 

I Tablier. (1) Apron ; (2) Labellum ; (3) 
The labia minora (Hottentot women). 

Tabouret. (1) Stool ; Footstool ; (2) 

Shepherd's pouch (Botany). 
I Tabulaire. Tabular. 
I Tabum. Tabum ; Ichor. 



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Tac. (1) Tac ; Influenza ; (2) Rot (Vet.). 
Tacahamaca; Tacamaque. Tacamahac; 

Tacamahaca. 
Tacca. Tacca. 

Taccac^, -ee. Pertaining to tacca. 
Tache. Task. 

Tache. Spot ; Speck ; Stain ; Coloration. 
Tachete, -ee. Spotted ; Speckled. 
Tachetee. Maladie-. Addison's disease; 

Melansemia ; Purpura. 
Tachycardie. Tachycardia. 
Taciturnity. Taciturnity. 
Tact. Tact ; Feel ; Touch ; Feeling ; 

Tactus. 
Tactile. Tactile. 

Tactilite. Tactility ; Tangibility. 
Taction. Taction ; Touch ; Feel. 
Tactuel, -elle. Pertaining to touch. 
Taenia ; T^nia. Taenia ; Tenia. 
Taenia solium; Ver solitaire. Taenia 

solium ; Tape-worm. 
Taeniade, -^e. Tsenioid ; Tenioid. 
Taenicide. Taenicide ; Tenicide. 
Tsenifuge. Taenif uge ; Tenifuge; Taenia- 

fuge ; Teniafuge. 
Taeniine. Koussin. 
Taenioide. Tsenioid ; Tenioid. 
Taffetas. Taffeta. 
Taffetas d'Angleterre. Court-plaster ; 

Sticking-plaster. 
Tafia. Tafia. 
Tagliacozzi. Operation de-. Tagliaco- 

tian operation. 
Tagua. Vegetable ivory. 
Tale. (1) Film ; Speck (of the cornea) ; 

(2) Pillow-case. 
Taillade. A long gash, scarification or 

superficial incision. 
Taille. (1) Stature ; Height ; Waist ; 

(2) Cystotomy ; Lithotomy. 
Tailler. (1) To perform lithotomy ; (2) 

To castrate au animal. 
Taisson. Badger. 
Takytome. Tachytome. 
Takytomie. Tachytomy. 
Talc. Talc; Talcum. 
Talon. Heel. 
Talpa. Talpa. 

Talpiforme. Resembling a talpa. 
Talus. (1) Talipes calcaneus ; (2) Callus. 
Tamarin. Tamarind. 
Tamarisc ; Tamarix. Tamarisk. 
Tambour. (1) Tympanum ; Drum of 

the ear ; (2) Drum ; Tambour. 
Tampon. Tampon ; Plug. 
Tamponnement. Plugging a cavity. 
Tan. Tan. 

Tanacetine. Tanacetin, 
Tanaisie. Tanacetum ; Tansy. 



Tanche. Tench. 

Tangentiel, -elle. That only touches 
one point on the surface of a body. 

Tanghin; Tanghiuie. Tanghinia. 

Tanghinine. Tanghin. 

Tanghuin. Tanghinia. 

Tanghuine. Tanghin. 

Tangibilite. Tangibility ; Tangible- 
ness. 

Tangible. Tangible. 

Tanguin. Tanghinia. 

Tanin. 1'annin. 

Tannage. Tanning. 

Tannaspidique. Acide-. An acid ex- 
tracted from the rhizome of male fern. 

Taimate. Tannate. 

Tanne. Comedo ; Grubs. 

Tannerie. Tanyard. 

Tannification. The manufacture of 
tannin. 

Tannique. Tannic. 

Tannisage. The addition of tannin to 
another material. 

Tantalate. Tantalate. 

Tantale. Tantalum. 

Tantalique. Tantalic. 

Taon. Ox-fly ; Gad-fly. 

Tapetum. Tapetum. 

Tapinocephalie. Tapinocephaly. 

Tapioca; Tapioka. Tapioca. 

Tapis. Tapetum. 

Tara. An epidemic and contagious 
disease in Siberia. 

Taraxacine. Taraxacin. 

Taraxacum. Taraxacum ; Dandelion. 

Taraxis. Taraxis. 

Tarconine. An alkaline fluorescent 
derivate of narcotin. 

Tare, -ee. Damaged; Injured ; Spoiled; 
That has lost its value. 

Tareutisme. Tarentism ; Epidemic 
chorea. 

Tarentule. Tarantula. 

Tariere sphenoidale. An instrument 
for piercing the head of the foetus and 
reaching to the sphenoid (Hamon). 

Tarsalgie. Tarsalgia. 

Tarse, v. Tarsus. 

Tarse, adj. Pertaining to the tarsal 
cartilage of the eyelid. 

Tarsectomie. Tarsectomy. 

Tarsieu, -ienne. Tarsal. 

Tarsite. Tai-sitis. 

Tarso - metatarsien, -ienne. Tarso- 
metatarsal. 

Tarso-metatarsi-phalangien du pouce. 
The Abductor poUicis (foot). 

Tarso-phalaugiendupouce. TheFlexor 
brevis pollicis (foot). 



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Taxsorrhaphie. Tarsorrhaphy. 
Taxso-sous-phalangien du petit orteil. 

The Flexor brevis minimi digiti (foot). 
Tarso-sous-phalangien du pouce. The 

Flexor brevis pollicis (foot). 
Tarsotomie. Tarsotomy. 
Tartareux, -euse. Pertaining to tartar ; 

Tartaric. 
Tartarique. Tartaric. 
Tartaris^, -6e. Tartarized, or -sed. 
Tartrate. Tartrate. 
Tartre. Tartar. 
Tartrimetre. Instrument to fix the 

commercial value of potassium bitar- 

trate. 
Tartronique. Tartronic. 
Tatouage. Tattooing. 
Taupe. (1) Talpa; Mole; Wen; (2) 

Poll-evil (Vet.). 
Taureau. Bull. 
Taurine. Taurin. 
Taurocholate. Taurocholate. 
Taurocholique. Taurocholic. 
TaurocoUe. A kind of glue obtained 

from the cellular tissue of the ox. 
Taurylique. Taurylic. 
Taw. Yaws. 

Taxidermie. Taxidermy. 
Taxine. Taxin. 

Taxing, -^e. Pertaining to the yew-tree. 
Taxinomie. Taxinomy. 
Taxinomique. Taxinomie. 
Taxionomie. Taxinomy. 
Taxis. Taxis. 
T^coma. Tecoma. 
Tecteur, -trice. Tectorial. 
Tectiforme. Tectiform. 
Tegmen. Tegmen. 
Tegmentum. Tegmentum. 
Tegmine, -ee. Tegminal. 
T^gule. Tegula. 
Tegument. Tegument ; Tegmentum ; 

Tegmen ; Integument. 
T^gumentaire ; T^gumenteux, -euse. 

Tegumentary ; Pertaining to integu- 
ments. 
Teigne. (1) Tinea ; (2) Moth ; (3) 

Thrush (Vet.). 
Teigne decalvante. Tinea decalvans. 
Teigne faveuse. Tinea favosa ; Favus. 
Teigne granul^e. Impetigo of the scalp. 
Teigne tondante, ou tonsurante. Tinea 

tonsurans ; Ringworm of the scalp. 
Teigneux, -euse. Pertaining to tinea. 
Teinture. Tincture. 
Teisson. Badger. 
T^langiectasie. Telangiectasia, -sis, 

or -sy. 
T^l^graphe. Telegraph. 



T^I^ologie. Teleology. 

T^l^ost^en, -^enne. Altogether bony, 
adj. ; A bony fish, s. 

Telephien. Malignant ; Difl&cult to heal. 

Telephone. Telephone. 

T^l^phonie. The employment of the 
telephone. 

Telescope. Telescope. 

T^lescopique. Telescopic. 

T^leutospore. Teleutospore. 

Tellurate. Tellurate. 

Tellure. Tellurium. 

Tellur^, -^e. Containing tellurium. 

Tellureux, -euse. Tellurous. 

Tellurique. Telluric. 

Tellurisme. Tellurism. 

Telol^cithe. Telolecithal. 

Telotisme. The highest degree of per- 
fection in the accomplishment of a 
phenomenon. 

Telson. Telson. 

T^moin. The second object experi- 
mented on in pathological or physio- 
logical experiment to verify the first 
observation. 

Tempe. Temple ; Temporal region. 

Temperament. Temperament ; Con- 
stitution. 

Temp^rant, -ante. Sedative ; Refri- 
gerant. 

Temperature. Temperature. 

Tempore, -^e. Temperate ; Mild ; 
Mixed. 

Temporaire. Temporary. 

Temporal, -ale. Temporal. 

Temporisation. Temporization, or -sa- 
tion. 

Tempore - auriculaire. Temporo-auri- 
cular. 

Temporo - conchinien. The Attollens 
aurem muscle, ,s. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Temporo-facial, -ale. Temporo-facial. 

Temporo - mastoXdien, -ienne. Tem- 
poro- mastoid. 

Temporo-maxillaire. Temporo-niaxil- 
lary. 

Temporo-superficiel, -ielle. Pertaining 
to the superficial part of the temporal 
region. 

Temps. Time; Period; While; Season ; 
Weather. 

T^mulence. Temulence ; Inebriety ; 
Drunkenness. 

Tenace. Tenacious. 

Tenacity. Tenacity ; Toughness. 

Tenaculum. Tenaculum. 

Tenaille. Cutting bone-forceps. 

T^nalgie. Tenalgia ; Tenodynia. 



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Tende. The internal part of the thigh 

in large animals (Vet.). 
Tendineux, -euse. Tendinous. 
Tendon. Tendon. 

Ten^breux, -euse. Dark ; Obscure. 
Tenesme. Tenesmus. 
Tenette. Lithotomy forceps. 
T^nia. Tenia ; Taenia. 
Tenicide. Tenicide ; Taenicide ; Taenia- 

cide ; Teniacide. 
Tenographie. Tenography ; Tenonto- 

graphy. 
Tenologie. Tenology ; Tenontology. 
T^nonite. Tenonitis. 
Tenophyte. Tenophyte. 
Tenorrhaphie. Tenorrhaphy. 
Tenosynite. Tenosynitis ; Tenosyno- 
vitis ; Thecitis. 
Tenotome. Tenotome ; Tenotomy knife. 
Tenotomie. Tenotomy. 
Tenseur. Tensor, s. ; That makes 

tense, adj. 
Tenseur de rapon^vrose crurale, ou 
du fascia lata. Tensor vaginae fe- 
moris muscle. 
Tensif, -ive. Tense ; Causing, or ac- 
companied by, tension. 
Tension. Tension. 
Tentacule. Tentacle. 
Tentaculifere. Tentaculiferous. 
Tentaculiforme. Tentaculiform ; Ten- 
tacular. 
Tente. Tent. 
Tentipelle. Cosmetic supposed to efface 

wrinkles of the skin. 
Tentigo. Tentigo ; Lust ; Priapism. 
Tenu, -ue. Attenuated ; Thin ; Tenuous. 
T^nuite. Tenuity. 
Tephro-myelite. Tephromyelitis. 
Tepidarium. Tepidarium. 
Terabdelle. Terabdelle ; An instru- 
ment for local bleeding (Damoiseau). 
Teracrylique. Teracrylic. 
T^ratogenie. Teratogeny. 
Teratoide. Teratoid. 
T^ratologie. Teratology. 
Teratologique. Teratologic. 
Terbium. Terbium. 
Ter^bellum. Terebellum (Duges). 
T6r6bene. Terebene. 
T^rebenthene. Terebinthina. 
Terdbenthine. Turpentine. 
Terebenthin6, -^e ; Terebinthine, -ee. 
Pertaining to, or containing, turpen- 
tine ; Terebinthine. 
T^r^benthinique. Terebic. 
Terebilene. Terebilen. 
Terebinique. Terebic. 
Terebinthe. Terebinth. 



Terebinthine, -^e. Terebinthine. 

Terebique. Terebic. 

Terebrant, -ante. Keen ; Lancinating 

(pain). 
T^r^brateur. Perforator. 
Ter^bration. Terebration. 
Tergal, -ale. Tergal. 
Tergemin^. Tergeminate. 
Tergite. Tergite. 
Tergum. Tergum. 

Terminaison. Termination ; Ending. 
Terminal, -ale. Terminal. 
Terminologie, et heaucoup mieux, Glos- 

sologie. Terminology. 
Terminthe. Terminthus. 
Ternaire. Ternary. 
Terne, -ee. Ternate. 
Terpilene. Terebilen. 
Terpine. Terpin. 
Terpinole ; Terpinol. Terpinol ; Ter- 

pineol. 
Terrain. A geological stratum ; Ground. 
Terra-merita. Curcuma. 
Terre. Earth. 
Terr6, -^e. That has been subjected to 

the action of the earth. 
Terreux, -euse. Terreous ; Earthy. 
Territoire. Territory ; Region. 
Terrou. Fire-damp ; Marsh-gas. 
Tertiaire. Tertiary. 
Tesselle, -ee. Tessellated. 
Tesson; Blaireau. Badger. 
Test; T6t; Testa. Shell (Zoology) ; 

Testa ; Testule. 
Testace, -ee. Testaceous. 
Testament. Will ; Testament. 
Testes. Testes cerebri, pi. of testis. 

(Applied only in French to the testes 

of the brain. ) 
Testiculaire. Testicular. 
Testicule. Testicle ; Testis ; Testes, pi. 
Test-object. Test-object. 
Testucaire. Distoma, s. ; Pertaining 

to the distoma, adj. 
Testudinaire. Resembling a tortoise 

or its shell. 
Testudin^, -^e. Pertaining to a tor- 
toise. 
Testudiniforme. Having the shape of 

a tortoise. 
Testudo. Testudo : (1) Tortoise ; (2) 

An encysted tumour resembling the 

shell of a tortoise. 
Testule. Testule ; Testa. 
Tet ; Test. See Test. 
Tetanie. Tetany. 
Tetaniforme. Tetaniform. 
Tetanique. Tetanic. 
Tetanisation. Tetanization, or -sation. 



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Tetaniser. To produce tetanic pheno- 
mena. 

T^tanisme. The characteristic state 
produced by t-tanus. 

T^tanoide. Tetanoid. 

T^tano-moteur, -trice. Tetanomotor. 

T^tanos. Tetanus. 

T^tard. Tadpole ; Bull-head. 

T^tartophyie. Tetartophya, or -phyia ; 
Quartan remittent fever. 

Tete. Head. 

Tet^e. The ingestion of the mother's 
milk by the child. 

T^tin. Nipple ; Teat. 

T^tine. Udder. 

T^ton. Nipple ; Breast of a woman. 

Tetrablaste. Tetrablastic. 

T^trabromure. Tetrabromide. 

T^trachire. Tetracheirus («), -rous, 
(adj). 

Tetrachlorxire. Tetrachloride. 

T^tracoque. Tetracoccus. 

T^tradactyle. Tetradactylous. 

T^tradyname. Tetradynamous. 

Tetragone. Tetragonal, adj.; Tetra- 

Tetragyne. Tetragynous. [gon, *•. 

T^tramazie. Tetramazia. 

T^tramere. Tetramerous. 

T^trandre. Tetrandrous. 

Tetrapharmacum. A medicine com- 
posed of four substances. 

T^traphylle. Tetraphyllous. 

T^trapode. Tetrapous. 

Tdtraptere. Tetrapterous. 

T^traquetre. Having four prominent 
angles. 

T^tras. Grouse. 

T^trasomie. The doctrine that every- 
thing is derived from the four ele- 
ments : fire, air, water, and earth. 

T^trasperme. Tetraspermous. 

T^traspore. Tetraspore. 

T^traspore, -^e ; Tetrasporique. Te- 
traaporic. 

T6trastome. Tetrastoma. 

Tetrathionique. Containing four equi- 
valents of sulphur. 

Tetratomique. Tetratomic. 

T^trol. Tetrol. 

Tetron^rythrine. Tetronerythrin. 

T^tryle. Butyl. 

Teucrium. Teucrium. 

Textulaire ; Textural, -ale. Textural. 

Textoire. Texture. 

Tg. Symbol of Tungsten. 

Th. Symbol of Thallium. 

TH. Formerly employed for * Mortal ' 
or for * Dead.' 

Thalamenc^phale. Thalamencephalon. 



Thalamiflore. Thalamifloral, or-florous. 

Thalamique. Thalamic. 

Thalamium. Thalamium. 

Thalamus. Thalamus (Botany) ; Tha- 
lamus opticus. 

Thalassomeli. An ancient purgative 
medicine composed of sea - water, 
honey, and rain-water. 

Thalle. Thallus ; Thallome. 

Thallin, -ine. Pertaining to thallus. 

Thalline. Thallin ; Thallina. 

Thallique. Thallic. 

Thallium. Thallium. 

Thallus. Thallus. 

Thanatologie. Thanatology. 

Thanatologique. Thanatologie. 

Thanatometre. Thanatometer. 

Thanatophobe. Pertaining to, or af- 
fected with, thanatophobia. 

Thanatophobie. Thanatophobia. 

Thao. Gelose. 

Thapsia ; Thapsie. Thapsia. 

Thaumatropie. Thaumatropy. 

The. Tea. 

Thebatne. Thebain ; Paramorphin. 

Th^balne, -^e. Mixed with thebain. 

Th^balque. Extrait-. Liquid extract 
of opium. 

Thebalsme. Thebaism. 

Thebolactique. Thebolactic. 

Th^caphore. Thecaphore ; Gjmophore. 

Th^caspore, -ee. Thecasporal, or -rous. 

Theiforme. Resembling tea. 

Theine. Thein ; Caffein. 

Thelalgie. Thelalgia ; Pain in the 
nipples. 

Th^lite. Thelitis. 

Th^lodermite. Inflammation of the 
papillae of the skin (Piorry). 

Thelorrhagie. Hasmorrhage from the 
nipple. 

Thelotisme. Thelothism. 

Thelyphone. Aconite. 

Thenar. Thenar. 

Th^obrome. Theobroma. 

Theobromine. Theobromin ; Theobro- 
mina. 

Theomanie. Theomania. 

Th^or^tique ; Theorlque. Theoretical ; 
Theoretic. 

Th^oricien. A medical man who studies 
principally the theory of his art. 

Th^orie. Theory. 

Th^orique. Theoretical ; Theoretic. 

Theosophe. Theosophist. 

Theosophie. Theosophy. 

Theque. Theca. 

Th^rapeute ; Therapeutiste. Thera- 
peutist. 



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Therapeutique, adj. Therapeutic ; 
Therapeutical. 

Therapeutique, s. Therapeutics, pi. ; 
Therapy. 

Th^rapeutisme. The doctrine of treat- 
ing disease by therapeutical measures 
only. 

Therapeutists. Therapeutist. 

Therapie. Therapy ; Therapeia ; The- 
rapeutics. 

Thereobrome. Food for the summer ; 
Cold food. 

Theriacal, -ale. Theriacal. 

Theriaque. Theriaca ; Treacle ; Mo- 
lasses. 

Thermal, -ale. Thermal. 

Thermaline. Glairin. [in general. 

Thermalisme. The thermality of springs 

Thermalite. Thermality. 

Thermanisme. Diathermancy. 

Thermantique. Stimulant ; Heating ; 
Stimulating. 

Thermazote. Nitrogen (Brugnatelli). 

Thermes. Thermal baths. 

Thermesth^sie. Thermesthesia. 

Thermesth^siometre. Thermesthesio- 
meter. 

Thermique. Thermic. 

Thermocautere. Thermocautery (Pa- 
quelin). 

Thermochimie. Thermo-chemistry. 

Thermochroique. Thermochroic. 

Thermochrose. The quality of certain 
rays that renders them more trans- 
missible than others through a dia- 
thermanous substance ; Thermochro- 
sis. 

Thermo-^lectricite. Thermo-electricity. 

Thermo-electrique. Thermo- electric. 

Tliermogene. Thermogenous ; Thermo- 
genic. 

Thermogenese. Thermogenesis, 

Thermogen^tique. Thermogenetic ; 
Thermogenic. 

Thermog6nie. Thermogenesis. 

Thermoginose. The affections produced 
by insolation. 

Thermographs. Thermograph. 

Thermographis. Thermography. 

Thermographique. Thermographic. 

Thermologis. Thermology. 

Thermo-magnetisms. Thermomagnet- 
ism. 

Thsrmomstrs. Thermometer. 

Thermom^trie. Thermometry. 

Thermometrique. Thermometric. 

Thsrmom^trographs. A thermometer 
that registers the highest and lowest 
temperature in a given time. 



Thsrmomin^ral, -ale. Applied to 
springs which are both thermal and 
mineral. 

Thermomultiplicateur. Appai-atus for 
measuring very slight variations of 
temperature. 

Thsrmon^vrose. Thermoneurosis. 

Thsrmophile. Fond of heat ; Seeking 
heat. 

Thermoscops. Thermoscope. 

Thermoscopie. Thermoscopy. 

Thermoscopique. Thermoscopie. 

Thermosystaltique. Thermosystaltic. 

Thermoxygens. Oxygen (Brugnatelli). 

Theurgie medicals. Medical theurgy ; 
Recovery from illness through divine 
intervention. 

Thevetie. Thevetia. 

Thev^tine. Thevetin. 

Thilanins. Thilanin. 

Thiomelaniqus. Thiomelanic. 

Thionique. Thionic. 

Thlaspi. Thlaspi. 

Thlipsencephale. Thlipsencephalus. 

Thlipsie. Thlipsis. 

Thon. Tunny-fish. 

Thoraciqus. Thoracic. 

Thoraco-abdominal, -ale. Abdomino- 
thoracic. 

Thoracoadslphe. Thoradelphous {adj), 
-phus (s). 

Thoracocentese. Thoracocentesis ; Tho- 
racentesis. 

Thoracodidyme. Thoracodidymus. 

Thoracod3mie. Thoracodynia. 

Thoraco-facial, -ale. Thoraco-facial ; 
Going from the thorax to the face 
(applied to the Platysma). 

Thoracogastre. Gastro-thorax. 

Thoracometre. Thoracometer. 

Thoracomyodynie. Thoracomyodynia. 

Thoracoplastie. Thoracoplasty. 

Thoraco-plastique. Thoracoplastie. 

Thoracoscops. Thoracoscope (Margu- 
lies). 

Thoracoscopie. Thoratioscopy. 

Thoracotomie. Thoracotomy. 

Thoracotomique. Thoracotomie, 

Thoradelphe. Thoradelphus (s), -phous 
(adj). 

Thoradelphie. Thoradelphia, or -phy. 

Thorax. Thorax. 

Thorins. Oxide of thorium. 

Thorinium ; Thorium. Thorium. 

Thridace. Thridacium ; Lactucarium. 

Thrill. Thrill. 

Thromboss. Thrombosis. 

Thrombus. Thrombus. 

Thuia. Thuja. 



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Thurifere; Thurique. Containing in- 
cense. 

Thurique. Gomme-. Gum arabic. 

Thym. Thyme. 

Thymac^tine. Thymacetin. 

Thymiatechnie medicale. The art of 
utilizing medicinal fumigations. 

Thjrmine. Leucin extiacted from the 
thymus gland ; Thymin. 

Thymiosis. Yaws, 

Thymique. Thymic. 

Thymol. Thymol. 

Thymus. Thymus. 

Thyreo-aryt^noidien, -ienne. Thyro- 
or Thyreo-arytenoidjarf/./TheThyro- 
or Thyreo-arytfenoideus muscle, s, 

Thjrreocele. Thyreocele ; Goitre. 

Thyreo-epiglottique. Thyro- or Thy- 
reo-epiglottic. 

Thyxeo-hyoidien, -ienne. Thyro- or 
Thyreo-hyoid, adj. and s. 

Thjrreoide. Thyroid, or Thyreoid, adj. 
and s. 

Thyreoidectomie. Thyroidectomy, or 
Thyreoidectomy. 

Thyr^oidien, -ienne. Thyroid, or Thy- 
reoid, adj. 

Thyr^oSdite. Thyroiditis, or Thyre- 
oid itis. 

Thyr^oncie. Thyreoncus ; Goitre. 

Thyreo-pharyngien, -ienne. Thyro- or 
Thyreo-pharyageal, adj. ; A part 
of the inferior constrictor of the 
pharynx, s. 

Thyr^osarcome. A sarcoma of the thy- 
reoid. 

Thjrreo-staphylin. Pertaining to the 
thyreoid and to the uvula, adj. ; The 
Azygos uvulae muscle, s. 

Thyreotomie. Thyro- or Thyreotomy ; 
Thyro- or Thyreoidotomy. 

ThjTse. Thyrse. 

Ti. Symbol of Titanium. 

Tibia. Tibia. 

Tibial, -ale. Tibial. 

Tibio-calcaneen, -^enne. Tibio-calca- 
nean, adj. ; The Soiem muscle, s. 

Tibio-malleolaire. The Internal saph- 
enous vein, s. ; Pt^rtaining to it, adj. 

Tibio-p^ron^o-calcanien, -ienne. The 
Soleus muscle, 8. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Tibio-peron^o - tarsien, -ienne. The 
Peroneud longus muscle, s. ; Pertain- 
ing to it, adj. 

Tibio-p^ronier, -iere. Tibio-peroneal ; 
Tibio-fibular. 

Tibio - sous - phalangettien commun. 
The Flexor longus digitorum. { 



Tibio-sous-tarsien, -ienne. The Tibialis 
posticus muscle, s, ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Tibio-sus-tarsien, -ienne. The Tibialis 
anticus muscle, *. ; Pertaining to it, 
adj. 

Tibio-tarsien, -ienne. Tibio-tarsal. 

Tic. Tic. 

Tiede. Tepid ; Lukewrarm. 

Tierce. Tertian. 

Tige. Stalk ; Stem. 

Tigellaire. Pertaining to, or in the 
form of, a tigella. 

Tigelle. Tigella ; Tigelle. 

Tigell6, -^e. Tigellate. 

Tiglium. Tiglium. 

Tigre. Tiger. 

Tigretier. Convulsive chorea. 

Tilleul. Lime-tree ; Linden-tree. 

Timbre. Tone of the voice. 

Tintement. Tinkling ; Ringing sound. 

Tintement d'oreille. Ringing or tink- 
ling in the ears ; Tinnitus aurium. 

Tintement metallique. Metallic tink- 
ling. 

Tique. Tick ; Ixodes. 

Tiquete, -6e. Spotted ; Speckled. 

Tiqueture. The spotted condition. 

Tiqueur, -euse. Applied to crib-biters 
(Vet.), 

Tirage. The inspiratory effort in dys- 
pnoea, 

Tiraillement. Twitching ; Twinge. 

Tiraillement d'estomac. Dragging 
pains in the stomach. 

Tire-balle. Tire-balle; Bullet-extractor ; 
Instrument for extracting bullets 
from a deep wound. 

Tire-fond. An instrument for trans- 
fixing foreign bodies and withdrawing 
them from a cavity. 

Tire-tete, An instrument for extracting 
the head of a dead foetus. 

Tiretoire ; Tiretoir. Instrument for"ex- 
tracting the incisor teeth and the 
roots of the teeth of the lower jaw. 

Tisane. Tisane ; Any decoction or 
beverage having slight curative or 
restorative qualities. 

Tissu. Tissue. 

Tissulaire. Pertaining to the tissues. 

Tissure. Texture. 

Titanate. Titanate. 

Titane. Titanium. [titanium. 

Titane, -6e ; Titanifere. Containing 

Titanique. Titanic. 

Titanium. Titanium. 

Tithonicit^. The chemical action of 
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Tithymale. Tithymal. 

Titillation. Titillation. 

Titre. That which is contained in a 

solution of any reagent by a given 

volume of liquid. 
Titre, -6e. Applied to the liquid which 

for a given volume contains a known 

weight of any reagent. 
To. Symbol of Thorium. 
Tocologie. Tocology ; The science and 

description of obstetrics. 
Toile. Cloth ; Linen-cloth ; Sparadrap ; 

Web (of a spider). 
Toilette. Toilet. 
Toison. Fleece. 
Toit. Tegmen ; Roof. 
Tolane. Tolane. 
Tolerance. Tolerance. 
Tolerant, -ante. Tolerant. 
Toline. Toluene. 
Tolu. Tolu. 

Toluene. Toluene ; Toluol. 
Toluidine. Toluidin. 
Toluifere. Giving tolu. 
Toluine. Toluene. 
Toluique. Toluic. 
Toluol. Toluol ; Toluene. 
Toluylene. Toluylene. 
Tomate. Tomato. 
Tombac. A kind of brass. 
Tombant, -ante. Falling ; Leaning 

towards the ground. 
Tomelline. Globulin. 
Tomenteux, -euse. Tomentous, or -tose. 
Tomentum. Tomentum. 
Tomotocie. Caesarian section ;Tomotocy. 
Ton. Tone ; Key (in music). 
Toudant, -ante. That causes falling of 

the hair. 
Tonga. FrambcBsia of children in New 

Caledonia. 
Tonicite. Tonicity. 
Tonique. Tonic. 
Tonisme. A manifestation of tonicity ; 

Contracture. 
Tonka. Tonka. 

Tonkastearoptene. Coumarin. 
Tonnerre. Thunder. 
Tonometre. Tonometer. 
Tonometrie. Tonometry. 
Tonsillaire. Tonsillar ; Tonsillary. 
Tonsille ; Amygdale. Tonsil. 
Tonsillite. Tonsillitis. 
Tonsillitome ; Tonsillotome. Tonsillo- 

tome. 
Tonsurant, -ante. See Tondant. 
Tonus. Tone ; Tonicity. 
Topaze. Topaz. 
Tophace, -ee. Tophaceous. 



Tophus. Tophus. 

Topinambour. Jerusalem artichoke. 

Topique. Topic ; Topical, adj. ; Topi- 

cum, s. 
Topographique. Topographic. 
Torche-nez. See Tord-nez. 
Torcular. Torcular, or Torcular Hero- 

phili. 
Torcularien, -ienne. Pcilaining to the 

torcular. 
Tordeur, -euse. That twists. 
Tord-nez. Twitch for horses (Vet.). 
Tordu, -ue. Twisted. 
Tormentille. Tormentilla. 
Torminal, -ale. Torminal. 
Tormineux, -euse. Torminous. 
Torpeur. Torpor. 
Torpide. Torpid, 
Torporifique. Torporific. 
Torr4f action. Torref action j Torrefica- 

tion. 
Torr^fie, -6e. Torrefied. 
Torride. Torrid. 

Tors, torse. Wry ; Twisted ; Crooked. 
Torsion. Torsion. 
Torticolis. Torticollis ; Wry neck. 
Tortile. That can be twisted. 
Tortue. Turtle ; Tortoise. 
Tortueux, -euse. Tortuous. 
Torula. Torula. 

Torulace, -^e. Pertaining to the torula. 
Toruleux, -euse. Toculose ; Torulous. 
Toucher. Touch ; Feeling. 
Tour de lune. Periodical ophthalmia. 
Tour de maitre. A manner of passing 

a catheter ; Tour de maitre. 
Tour de rein. Lumbago. 
Tourbillon. Vortex ; Whirlwind. 
Tourbillon vasculaire. Vasa vorticosa. 
Tourdill6, -ee. Speckled. 
Tourmaline. Tourmalin. 
Toum^, -6e. Turned ; Changed ; Spoiled 

(liquids). 
Tournesol. Litmus. 
Tourniole. Whitlow round the nails. 
Tourniquet. Tourniquet. 
Tournis. Staggers (Vet.). 
Tournoiement. Turning round and 

round as on a pivot from vertigo. 
Tournoiement de tete. Swimming in 

the head. 
Toumoyant, -ante. That turns round 

and round. 
Tout. Le-. The whole. 
Toxalbumine. Toxalbumen. 
Toux. Cough. 
Toxicite. Toxicity, 
Toxicodendron. Toxicodendron. 
Toxicodendronique. Toxicodendric. 
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Toxicohemie. Toxicohemia, or -hsemia ; 

Toxemia, or -Bemia. 
Toxicologie. Toxicology. 
Toxicophore. Poisonous. 
Toxicozoaire. A poisonous animal. 
Toxifere. Toxiferous. 
Toxine. Toxin ; Toxine. 
Toxique, adj. Toxic. [substance. 

Toxique, s. Poison ; Virus ; A toxic 
Toxirrhesine. Toxiresin. 
Tr. Symbol of Terbium. 
Trabeculaire. Trabecular. 
Trabecule. Trabecula. 
Tracant, -ante. Running ; Ramifying 

at a slight distance under the earth 

(roots). 
Trace. Outline ; Sketch. 
Tracheal, -ale. Tracheal. 
Trach^e ; Trachee-artere. Trachea. 
Tracheen, -eenne. Tracheal. 
Tracheite. Tracheitis. 
Trachelagre. Trachelagra. 
Tracheli-atloido-basllaire. The Rectus 

capitis lateralis muscle. 
Trach^lien, -ienne. Trachelian ; Cer- 
vical. 
Trachelisme. Trachelismus. 
Trachelo-anguli-scapulaire. The Le- 
vator anguli scapulae muscle. 
Trachelo-atloido-occipital. The Obli- 

qiius capitis superior muscle. 
Trachelo-basilaire. The Rectus capitis 

anticus major muscle. 
Trachelo -cervical, -ale. Pertaining to 

the neck ; The trachea. 
Trachelo-costal, -ale. Any Scalenus 

muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, adj. 
Trachelo - diaphragmatique. Applied 

to the phrenic nerves. 
Trachelo-dorsal, -ale. Pertaining to 

the neck and to the back. 
Trachelographie. An anatomical de- 

scripticm of the neck. 
Trachelo-hyoldien, -ienne. Pertaining 

to the neck and to the hyoid bone. 
Trachelo - mastoidien. Trachelo - mas- 
toid, adj. and s, 
Trachelo-occipital, -ale. The Com- 

plexua muscle, s. ; Pertaining to it, 

adj. 
Trachelophyme. Trachelophyma. 
Trachelorrhaphie. Trachelorrhaphy. 
Trachelo - scapulaire. The Levator 

anguli scapnlie muscle, .s. ; Trachelo- 

scapular, adj. 
Trachelo-sous-cutane, -^e. Under the 

skin of the neck. 
Trach^lo-sous-occipital. The Rectus 

capitis anticus major or minor. 



Trach^obronchite. Tracheobronchitis. 

Tracheocele. Tracheocele. 

Trach^o-cricoidien, -ienne. Pertaining 
to the trachea and to the cricoid 
cartilage. 

Trach^o-larjmgotomie. Tracheolaryn- 
gotomy. 

Tracheorrhagie. Tracheorrhagia. 

Tracheostenose. Tracheostenosis. 

Tracheotomie. Tracheotomy. 

Trachoma. Trachoma. 

Tracteur. Tractor. 

Traction. Traction. 

Tractoration. Tractoration. 

Tractus. Tract ; Tractus. 

Tragacanthe. Tragacanth ; Traga- 
cantha. 

Tragant ; Traganthine ; Tragantine. 
Traganthin ; Bassorin. 

Tragien, -ienne, adj. et s.m. Tragal, 
adj. ; Tragicus, s. 

Tragus. Tragus. 

Trainee epidemique. The recrudes- 
cence of an epidemic. 

Trait. Line on the face. 

Traitement. Treatment. 

Trajet. Course of a fistula, of a nerve, 
etc. ; Direction (of a wound). 

Trame. Stroma. [of a tissue. 

Tramulaire. Pertaining to the stroma 

Tranchant. The cutting edge of a bis- 
toury, etc. 

Tranch^es. Tormina ; Griping pains 
in the bowels. 

Tranch^es uterines. Post-partum tor- 
mina. 

Tranchepierre. A kind of litholobe 
(Gruithuisen). 

Transcendant, -ante. Transcendental ; 
Transcendent. 

Transcurrent, -ente. That passes ra- 
pidly. 

Transfert. Transfer. 

Transfixion. Transfixion. 

Transforateur. Transforator ; Perfor- 
ator. 

Transforation. Transforation. 

Transformation. Transformation. 

Transformisme. Transformism. 

Transformiste, Transformist. 

Transfuseur. Instrument for transfu- 
sion. 

Transfusion. Transfusion. 

Transhumance. The moving of flocks 
from one i-egion to another. 

Transition. Transition. 

Transitoire. Transitory. 

Translation. Removal ; Transfer ; Mi- 
gration. 



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Translucide. Translucid ; Translucent. 

Translucidite. Translucency. 

Transmissibilite. Transmissibility. 

Transmission. Transmission. 

Transmutation. Transmutation. 

Transparence. Transparency. 

Transparent, -ente. Transparent. 

Transpiration. Perspiration ; Transpi- 
ration. 

Transplantation. Transplantation. 

Transport. Transport ; Delirium. 

Transpositif, -ive. That causes trans- 
position or transmutation. 

Transposition. Transposition. 

Transsubstantiation. Transsubstantia- 
tion. 

Transsudation. Transudation. 

Transversaire. Pertaining to the trans- 
verse processes. 

Transversaire cervical. The Trans- 
versalis colli muscle. 

Transversaires epineux. The Semi- 
spinales muscles. 

Transversal, -ale. Transversal. 

Transversal du nez. The Compressor 
nasi muscle. 

Transverse, adj. Transverse. 

Transverse de I'abdomen ou du bas- 
ventre. The Transversalis abdominis 
muscle. 

Transverse de la machoire inferieure. 
The Mylo-hyoid muscle. 

Transverse du menton. Some fibres of 
the Depressor anguli oris (Triangu- 
laris menti). 

Transverse de roreille. The Helicis 
minor muscle. 

Transverse du p^rinee. The Trans- 
versus perinei muscle or the Com- 
pressor urethras muscle. 

Transverso-anal. Muscle-. TheTrans- 
versus perinei muscle. 

Transverso-costal, -ale. Going from 
the ribs to the transverse processes 
of the vertebrae. 

Transverse - iliaque. Muscle-. The 
Quadratus lumborum muscle. 

Tranverso - urethral. Muscle-. The 
Compressor urethras muscle. 

Trapeze. Os-. Trapezium. 

Trapeze. Muscle-. The Trapezius 
muscle. 

Trapezoide. Os-. Trapezoid. 

Trapezo-metacarpien, -ienne. Pertain- 
ing to the trapezium and to the 
metacarpus. 

Trauma. Trauma. 

Traumaticine. Traumaticin. 

Traumatique. Traumatic. 



Traumatisme. Traumatism. 

Travail. (1) Labour ; Work ; (2) La- 
bour ; Child-birth ; Travail. 

Trayon. Dug ; Teat of animals. 

Trefle. Clover ; Trefoil ; Trifolium. 

Trehala. Trehala. 

Trehalose. Trehalose. 

Tr^ma. Trema. 

Tr^matode. Trematode ; Trematoda. 

Tremblant, -ante. Trembling, adj. ; 
Tremulous. 

Tremblement. Trembling, s.; Shaking ; 
Shivering ; Tremor. 

Trembles. Trembles ; Milk-sickness. 

Trembleur, -euse. Applied to a person 
who trembles or shakes ; Choreic. 

Trembleur. A kind of electrometer. 

Tremblotant, -ante. Shivering ; Qui- 
vering. 

Tremblotement. Fibrillary tremor ; 
Tremor with slight oscillations. 

Trempe. Tempering of metals. 

Tr^mulation. The tremor of paralysis 
agitans ; Tremulation. 

Tr^mulence. Trembling ; Agitations ; 
Paralysis agitans. 

Tr^muline. Populin. 

Trypan. Trephine ; Trepan. 

Trepanation. Trephining ; Trepana- 
tion. 

Trephine. Trephine. 

Trepidation. Trepidation, 

Tripled. Tripod ; Tripus. 

Tr^pied coeliaque. Tripus coeliacus ; 
The division of the cceliac axis into 
three branches. 

Tripled vital. The vital tripod (brain, 
heart, and lungs). 

Treptodonte. Apparatus to straighten 
the teeth (Schange). 

Tressailli, -ie. Displaced ; Dislocated 
(Nerve). 

Tressaillement. Starting ; Start ; 
Sudden movement ; Horripilation. 

Triac^tine. Triacetin. 

Triadelphe. Triadelphus. 

Triamine. Triamin. 

Triandre. Triaudrous. 

Triandrie. Triandry. 

Triangle. Triangle. 

Triangulaire, adj. Triangular. 

Triangulaire du coccyx. The Coc- 
cygeus muscle. 

Triangulaire des levres. Triangularis 
menti muscle (Depressor anguli oris). 

Triangulaire du sternum. Triangu- 
laris sterni muscle. 

Triatomique. Triatomic. [Imdism. 

Tribade. A woman who practises tri- 
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Tribadisme. Tribadism. 

Tribasique. Tribasic. 

Tribu. Tribe. 

Tribule ; Tribulus. Tribulus. 

Tributyrine. Tributyrin. 

Tricapsulaire. Tricapsular. 

Tricephale. Tricephalous (adj), -lus (s). 

Triceps brachial, ou humeral. Triceps. 

Triceps crural, ou femoral. The Triceps 
femoralis. 

Trichangiectasie. Trichangeiectasis. 

Trichauxe. Trichauxia. 

Trichiasis. Trichiasis. 

Trichilie. Trichilia. 

Trichine. Trichina. 

Trichine, -ee. Trichiniferous. 

Trichineux, -euse. Trichinous. 

Trichinien, -ienne. Pertaining to tri- 
chinae. 

Trichinose. Trichinosis. 

Trichinotique. Trichinotic, 

Trichisme. Trichismus. 

Trichlorac^tique. Trichloracetic. 

Trichlorure. Trichloride ; Terchloride. 

Trichocardie. Trichocardia. 

Trichocephale. Trichocephalus. 

Trichocyte ; Trichocyste. Trichocyte ; 
A pilous cyst. 

Trichoglossie. Trichoglossia. 

Trichogyne. Trichogyne. 

Trichologie. Trichology. 

Trichoma. (1) Trichoma (Botany) ; 
(2) Trichoma ; Plica polonica. 

Trichomateux, -euse ; Trichomatique. 
Trichomatous ; Trichomatose. 

Trichomonas. Trichomonas. 

Trichomyces. Trichomyces ; Tricho- 
phyton. 

Trichophytie. Trichophytinous diseases 
as a whole (Hardy). 

Trichophytique. Trichophytinous. 

Trichophyton. Trichophyton ; Tricho- 
myces. 

Trichoptilose. Trichoptylose ; Tri- 
choptilosis. 

Trichorrhexis, ou -xie (Kaposi). Tri- 
chorrhexis. 

Trichosanthe. Trichosanthes. 

Trichosis. Triohosis. 

Trichotome. Trichotomous, 

Tricipital, -ale. Tricipital. 

Tricocce, -ee. Tricoccous. 

Tricoise. Pincers or forceps for the 
extraction of foreign bodies ; Se- 
questrum forceps. 

Tricoque. Tricoccus. 

Tricuspide ; Tricuspidien, -ienne. 
Tricuspid. 

Tridactyle. Tridactylous ; Tridactyl. 



Tridactylie. The tridactylous condi- 
tion. 

Trident. An instrument for extracting 
foreign bodies from the knee. 

Tridente, -ee. Tridentate. 

Trideroatlodyme. Trideroatlodymus. 

Triderodyme. Triderodymus. 

Trldiglte, -6e. Tridigitate. 

Trielcon. Instrument composed of three 
blades for the extraction of foreign 
bodies from wounds (Percy). 

Trienc^phale. Triencephalus. 

Tri^thylamine. Triethylamin. 

Trifacial ; Trijumeau. Trifacial ; Tri- 
geminus. 

Trif^moro-rotulien. The Triceps femor- 
alis. 

Trifid6, -6e. Trifid. 

Triflore. Trifloral ; Triflorous. 

Trifluorure. Trifluoride. 

Trifolie, -6e. Trifoliate. 

Trifurqu^, -ee. Trifurcate. 

Trigame. Trigamous. 

Trigastrique. Trigastric. 

Triglochine. Having three points or 
divisions. 

Trigonal, -ale. Trigonal ; Trigonous. 

Trigone. Trigone. 

Trigone cerebral. The fornix. 

Trigonocephale. Trigonocephalus. 

Trigonocephalie. Trigonocephaly. 

Trig3me. Trigynous, 

Trigynie. Trigynia. 

Tri-iniodyme. Tri-iniodymus. 

Trijugu^, -^6. Trijugate ; Trijugous. 

Trijumeau. Trigeminal, Trigeminous, 
adjfi. ; Trigeminus, s. 

Trilabe. Trilabe. 

Triloba, -^e. Trilobate ; Trilobed. 

Triloculaire. Trilocular, or -late. 

Trimamme. Said of an anomaly con- 
sisting in the presence of three 
mammae. 

Trimargarine. Trimargarin. 

Trimere. Trimerous. 

Trimorphe. Trimorphous, or -phic. 

Trimorphisme. Trimorphism. 

Trinerve, -ee. Trinervate ; Trinerved. 

Tringle meduUaire. The fornix. 

Trinitrine. Trinitrin ; Nitroglycerin. 

Trinitrophenique. Picric. 

Trioc^phale. Triocephalus (s), -lous 
(mlj). 

Trioecie. Tricecia. 

Trioleine. Triolein. 

Tri-opodyme. Triopodymus. 

Triorchide. Triorchid. 

Triosteum. Triosteum, 

Trioxyde. Trioxid, or -de. 



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Tripalmitino. Tripalmitin. 
Triparti, -tite. Tripartite. 
Tripartible. That can be divided into 

three. 
Tripenn^, -ee. Tripennate. 
Tripetal^, -ee. Tripetalous. 
Triphylle. Triphyllous. 
Triple. Triple. 
Triple-quotidien, -ienne. Applied to 

quotidian fever with three attacks in 

twenty-four hours. 
Triplet. Achromatic triplet. 
Triplinerv^, -^e, ou -vie, -^e. Tripli- 

nerved. 
Triploide. Formed of three pieces. 
Trisannuel, -elle. Triennial. 
Triscapulo-humero-olecramen. The 

Triceps muscle. 
Trisel. Trisalt. 
Trismus. Trismus. 
Trisperme. Trispermous. 
Trisplanchnie. Trisplanchnia. 
Trisplanchnique. Trisplanchnie. 
Trist^arine. Tristearin. 
Tristichiasis. Tristichiasis. 
Tristique. Tristichous. 
Trisulce. (1) Tri-sulcate ; (2) Having 

the hoof divided into three parts 

(Animals). 
Triteophye. Tritseophya. 
Triteme, -ee. Tri-ternate. 
Trithionique. Having three equiva- 
lents of sulphur. 
Triticine. Triticin ; Gluten. 
Tritoxyde. Tritoxid, or -de. 
Triturant, -ante. Triturating. 
Trituration. Trituration. 
Tritylene. Tritylene ; Propylene. 
Trivalence. Trivalence. 
Trivalent, -ente. Trivalent. 
Trivalerine. Trivalerin. 
Trivalve. Trivalvular. 
Triventre. Trigastric. 
Trixis. Trixis, 

Trocart ; Trois-quarts. Trocar. 
Trochanter. Trochanter, 
Trochant^rien, -ienne. Trochanteric. 
Trochantin. Trochantin ; The lesser 

trochanter. 
Trochantinien, -ienne. Trochantinian ; 

Pertaining to the trochantin. 
Trochin. Trochin ; Trochinus ; The 

lesser tuberosity of the humerus. 
Trochinien, -ienne. Trochinian ; Per- 
taining to the trochin. 
Trochiscation. The preparation of 

lozenges. 
Trochisque. Trochiscus ; Troche ; Loz- 
enge ; Tablet. 



Trochiter. Trochiter ; The greater 

tuberosity of the humerus. 
Trochit^rien, -ienne. Trochiterian ; 

Pertaining to the trochiter. 
Trochl^ateur. Trochlear, Trochleary, 

Trochleate, adjs. ; Trochlearis, s. ; 

The Superior oblique muscle of the 

orbit. 
Trochlea. Trochlea. 
Trochocdphale. Trochocephalus. 
Trochocdphalie. Trochocephaly. 
Trochoide. Trochoid. 
Trochosphere. Trochosphere. 
Troglodyte. Troglodyte. 
Troisieme paire de nerfs craniens. 

Third pair of cranial nerves (Motor 

oculi). 
Trois-quarts ; Trocart. Trocar. 
Trombe. Water-spout. 
Trompe. Trunk (of an animal) ; Tube. 
Trompe d'Eustache. The Eustachian 

tube. 
Trompe de Fallope. The Fallopian 

tube. 
Tromyle. Having either Brownian or 

vibratile movement. 
Tronc. Trunk (of a tree, of an artery, 

etc.). 
Troncule. A small trunk. 
Trop^oline. Tropaeolin. 
Trophique. Trophic. 
Trophonevrose. Trophoneurosis. 
Trophopathie. Trophopathy. 
Trophosperme. Trophosperm ; Tropho» 

spermium. 
Trophospermique. Trophospermic. 
Tropidine. Tropidin. 
Tropine. Tropin. 
Tropique. (1) Tropic ; (2) Said of 

flowers that open in the morning and 

shut at night. 
Trou. Foramen ; Hole ; Opening. 
Trouble, adj. Turbid ; Not clear (li- 
quids). 
Trouble, s. Trouble ; Disorder ; De- 
rangement. 
Trousse. Surgeon's pocket instrument- 
case. 
Trousseau. Fasciculus. 
Trousse-galant. (1) Cholera morbus ; 

(2) Anthrax of the foot in horses. 
Truffe. Truffle. 
Truie. Sow. 
Truite. Trout. 
Trumis. Koumiss. 
Trusion. Propulsion of the blood by 

the heart into all parts of the body. 
Tsetse. Tsetse. 
Tubage. Tubage ; Intubation. 



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Tubaire. Tubal. 

Tube. Tube. 

Tuber cinereum. Tuber cinerenin. 

Tubercule. Tubercle. 

Tubercule, -^e. Tuberculate ; Tu- 
bercled ; Tuberculated. 

Tuberculeux, -euse. Tuberculous ; Tu- 
bercular. 

Tuberculiforme. Tuberculiform. 

Tuberculine. Tuberculin. 

Tuberculisable. Predisposed to tuber- 
culisation. 

Tuberculisation. Tuberculization, or 
-sation. 

Tuberculiser. To produce tubercle. 

Tuberculiser. Se-. To become tubercu- 
lous. 

Tuberculose. Tuberculosis. 

Tub^reux, -euse. Tuberous. 

Tuberifonne. Tuberiform. 

Tuber-ischio-trochant^rien. The Quad- 
ratus femoris muscle. 

Tub6rosit^. Tuberosity. 

Tubicole. Tubicolous. 

Tubifere. Tubiferous. 

Tubiforme. Tubiform. 

Tubo-ovarien, -ienne ; Tubo-ovarique. 
Tubo-ovarian. 

Tubo-uterin, -ine. Tubo-uterine. 

Tubulaire. Tubular. 

Tubul6, -ee. Tubulate. 

Tubuleux, -euse. Tubulose ; Tubular ; 
Tubulous. 

Tubuli. Tubuli {pi. of Tubulus). 

Tubuliforme. Tubuliform. 

Tubulure. Opening of a chemical 
vessel destined to receive a cork 
pierced by a hole through which 
passes a tube. 

Tue-chien. Colchicum autumnale. 

Tue-loup. Aconitum lycoctonum. 

Tulipe. Tulip. 

Tumefaction. Tumefaction. 

Tumescence. Tumescence. 

Tumescent, -ente. Tumescent. 

Tumeur. Tumour; Tumor. 

Tumide. Tumid. 

Tungstate. Tungstate. 

Tungstene. Tungsten. 

Tungstique. Tungstic. 

Tunicine. Tunicin. 

Tuniquaire. Pertaining to a tunica. 

Tunique. Tunica. [testis. 

Tunique albugin^e. Tunica albuginea 

Tunique commune de Bichat. Tunica 
intima. 

Tunique ^rythrolde. The Cremaster 
after the descent of the testicle. 

Tunique innomin^e. The sclerotic. 



Tunique vaginale. Tunica vaginalis. 
Tunique vaaculaire. Any coat of a 

vessel. 
Tunique, -ee. Tunicate. 
Turacine. Turacin. 
TurbinaL Turbinal. 
Turbinatum, An old name for the 

pineal gland. 
Turbin^, -^e. Turbinate ; Turbinated. 
Turbith. Turpeth. 
Turcique. Selle-. Sella turcica. 
Turgescence. Turgescence. 
Turgescent, -ente. Turgescent. 
Turgide. Turgid. 

Turgidite. Turgidity ; Turgidness. 
Tussiculation. A slight dry cough. 
TuBsilage. Tusilago ; Colt's-foot. 
Tuyau. A metallic or wooden tube or 

pipe. 
Tyloma. Tyloma ; Callositas ; Kera- 
toma. 
Tylophora. Tylophora. 
Tylose; Tylosis. Tylosis. 
Tjonpan. Tympanum. 
Tsonpanal. Tympanal. 
Tympanico-Iingual, -ale. Going from 

the tympanum to the tongue. 
Tjmipanique. Tympanic. 
Tympanisme. Tympanism. 
Tympanite. Tympanites. 
Type. Type ; Typus. 
Tjrphique. Pertaining to, or affected 

with, typhus. 
Typhlite. Typhlitis. 
Typhlo-diclidite. Inflammation of the 

ileo-caecal valve. 
Typhlo-ent^rite. Typhlo-enteritis. 
Typhlographe. Instrument to enable 

the blind to write. [ness. 

Typhlosis. Cecity ; Cecitas ; Blind- 
Typhode. Typhous ; Pertaining to, or 

affected with, typhus or typhoid. 
Typhohemie. Typhemia, or -semia. 
Typhogene. Typhogenic. 
Typholde ; Typholdique. Typhoid. 
Typhoidisme. Typhoidism. 
Typho-malarial. Typho-malarial. 
Typhomanie. Typhomania. 
Typhus. Tvphus. 
Tjrpique. Typical. 

Typozoaire. Typozoon (Milne-Edwards) 
Tyraline. Mauvein. 
Tyrine. Casein. 
Tyroglyphe. Tyroglyphus. 
Tyrosine. Tyrosin. 

U. Symbol of Uranium. 
TTdilo. The antipsoric oil of the Calo- 
phyllum inophyllum. 



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Ulc^rateur, -trice. That causes ulcera- 
tion. 

Ulceratif, -ive. Ulcerative. 

Ulceration. Ulceration. 

Ulcere. Ulcer ; Ulcus. 

Ulcere, -^e. Ulcerated. 

Ulcereux, -euse. Ulcerous. 

Ulc^riforme ; Ulcerolde. Resembling 
an ulcer. 

Uliginaire ; Uligineux, -euse. Uligi- 
nous ; Uliginose. 

Ulite. Ulitis ; Inflammation of the 
gums. 

Ulmate. Ulmate. 

Ulmine. Ulmin. 

Ulmique. Ulmic. 

Ulnaire. Ulnar. 

Uloncie. Uloncus ; Tumour of the 
gums. 

Ulorrhagie. Ulorrhagia. 

Ulotrique. Ulotrichous. 

Ultima materia. The essence of matter ; 
Perfect matter. 

Ultime. Ultimate ; Applied to the last 
phenomena of a disease. 

Ultimum moriens. Ultimum moriens ; 
A term applied to the right auricle. 

Umbellique ; Ombellique. Umbellic. 

Umbracule. Umbraculum. 

Umbraculiforme. Umbraculiform. 

Unciforme. Unciform. 

Uncine, -ee. Uncinate. 

Uncipression ; Uncipressure. Unci- 
pression ; Uncipressure. 

Uncirostre. Uncirostrate. 

Uncus. Uncus. 

Ungueal, -ale. Ungual ; Ungueal. 

Ungueo-com^al. Tissu-. Keratinian 
tissue (Vet.). 

Unguifere. Unguiferous. 

Unguineuses. Capsules-. The synovial 
bursae. 

Unguineux, -euse. Pertaining to in- 
unction. 

Unguinocele. (1) Synovial cysts ; (2) 
Acute inflammation of the sheaths 
of the tendons. 

Unguis. (1) The lacrymal bone ; (2) 
Pterygium. 

Unicellulaire. Unicellular. 

Unicisme. Unicism. 

Uniciste. Unicist. 

Unicite. The quality of that which is 
unique or single. 

Unicondylien, -ienne. Having one 
condyle. 

Unicome. Unicorn. 

Unicuspide. Unicuspid, or -date. 

Uniflore. Uniflorous. 



Unifolie, -ee. Unifoliate. 

Unijugue, -ee. Unijugate. 

Unliable, -ee. Unilabiate. 

Unilateral, -ale. Unilateral. 

Unilobe, -ee. Unilobate. 

Uniloculaire. Unilocular. 

Union. Union. 

Unipare. Uniparous. 

Unipetale. Unipetalous. 

Unipolaire. Unipolar. 

Unipolarite. Unipolarity. 

Unisexue, -ee; Unisexuel, -elle. Uni- 
sexual. 

Unissant, -ante. Uniting ; That unites. 

Unitaire. Unitary. 

Unite. Unity ; Unit. 

Unitif, -ive. That causes union ; That 
unites. 

Univalence. Univalence. 

Univalent, -ente. Univalent. 

Univalve. Univalve. 

Universite. University. 

Univoque. That can be done only in 
one manner. 

Upas. Upas. 

Uramile. Uramil. 

Urane. Oxide of uranium. 

Uranique. Uranic. 

Uraniscoplastie. Uraniscoplasty ; Ura- 
noplasty. 

Uraniscosteoplastie. Operation for the 
occlusion of perforation of the hard 
palate by bringing together the bones 
which have been sawn through and 
their edges refreshed. 

Uranium. Uranium. 

Urauoplastie. Uranoplasty ; Uranisco- 
plasty. 

Uranosteoplastie. See Uraniscosteo- 
plastie. 

Urari. Urari ; Urare ; Curare. 

Urate. Urate. 

Urate, -^e. Containing i^rates. 

Uratique. Uratic. 

Urceole, s.m. Urceolus. 

Urceole, s.f. Urceola. 

Urc^oie, -ee. Urceolate. 

Uredo. Uredo. 

Uree. Urea. 

Ur^ide. Ureid. 

Ur^ique. Pertaining to urea. 

Ur6mie. Uremia ; Uraemia. 

Ur^mique. Uremic ; Ursemic. 

Ur^ometre. Ureometer. 

Ureometrie. Ureometry. 

Ur^rythrine. Uroerythrin. 

Urese. Uresis. 

Ureteral, -ale. Ureteral. 

Ur6t6ralgie. Ureteralgia. 



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Uretere. Ureter. 

Ur6t6rique. Ureteric. 

Ur^terite. Ureteritis. 

Ur^t^rolithiase. Ureterolithiasis. 

Uretero-phlegmatique. Ureterophleg- 
matic. 

Ur^tero-psdque. Ureteropyic ; Affected 
with ureteropyosis. 

Ur^tero-stomatique. Ureterostomatic ; 
Pertaining to the cystic opening of 
the ureter. 

Ur^t^rotomie. Ureterotomy. 

Urethane. Urethan. 

*Ur^thral, -ale. Urethral. 

*Urethralgie. Urethralgia. 

*Uretlire. Urethra. 

*Urethrite. Urethritis. 

*Urethro-blennoiThee. Urethro-blen- 
norrhea, or -oea. 

*Ur^thro - bulbaire. Urethro-bulbar ; 
Bulbo-urethral. 

*Urethro - p^nien, -ienne. Urethro- 
jjenial. 

*TJr6tliro - p^rin^al, -ale. Urethro- 
perineal. 

*Ur^throphraxie. Urethrophraxis. 

*Ur^throplastie. Urethroplasty. 

*Urethro-rectal, -ale. Recto-urethral. 

*Urethrorrhagie. Urethrorrhagia. 

*Urethrorrhaphie. Urethrorrhaphy. 

*Ur6throrrh^e. Urethrorrhea, or -nea. 

•Urethroscope. Urethroscope. 

*Urethroscopie. Urethroscopy ; Endo- 
scopy. 

*Urethro-scrotal, -ale. Urethro-scrotal. 

*Ur6thro-sexuel, -elle. Pertaining to 
the urethra and to the genital organs ; 
Urogenital. 

*Ur^thro-spasme. Urethrospasm. 

*Ur^throst^iiie. Urethrostenosis ; 
Stricture of the urethra. 

•Urethrotome. Urethrotome. 

*Ur^throtomie. Urethrotomy. 

*Urethrotomis^, -6e. Having under- 
gone urethrotomy. 

*Ur^thro - vaginal, -ale. Urethro- 
vaginal. 

Ur^tique. Uretic. 

Ureux, -euse. Urous, adj. ; Xanthin 
considered as an oxide, .s*. 

Urginee. Urginea ; Scilla ; Squill. 

Urichemie ; Uric^mie. Uricemia, or 
-semia. 

Urhidrose; Uridrose. Uridrosis. 

Urile. A doubtful radicle of urea 
(Morin). 

Urinaire. Urinary. 

■* These words are sometimes -written in 
Frencli wltliout the h, but it is less correct. 



Urinal. Urinal, 

Urination. Urination. 

Urinatoire. Pertaining to urination. 

Urine. Urine, 

Urinemie, et beaucoiip mienx, Uro- 

hemie. Urinemia, or -semia. 
Urineux, -euse. Urinous; Urinose. 
Urinifere. Uriniferous. 
Urinipare. Uriniparous. 
Urinometre, et beaucoup mieux, jUro- 

metre. Urinometer ; Urometer. 
Urique. Uric. 
Urobenzoate. Urobenzoate. 
Urobenzoique. Urobenzoic ; Hippuric. 
Urobiline. Urobilin. 
Urobilinurie. Urobilinuria. 
Urocanine. Urocanin. 
Urocanique. Urocanic. 
Urocele. Urocele. 
Urochrome. Urochrome. 
Urocrisie. Urocrisis. 
Urocyanose. Urocyanosis. 
Urocystite. Urocystitis. 
Urodele. Urodela. 
Urodensimetre. Urinometer. 
Urodialyse. Urodialysis. 
Urodynie. Urodynia ; Painful mic- 
turition. 
Uroemie ; Uroh^mie. Urinemia, or 

-semia. 
Uro^r3rtlirine. Uroerjrthrin. 
Uro^rjdihrique. Uroerythrie. 
Urogastre. Urogaster. 
Urogenital, -ale. Urogenital. 
Uroglaucine. Uroglaucin ; Indican. 
Urohajmatine. ITrohaematin ; Uro- 

hematin. 
Urohemie. Urinemia, or -semia. 
Uroide. Having the shape of a tail. 
Urolithe. Urolith ; Urinary calculus. 
Uromancie. Uromancy. 
Urom^lanine. Uromelanin. 
Uromele. Uromelus. 
Urometre. Urometer ; Urinometer. 
Uronoxyde. Cystin. 
Urophthisie. Urophthisis ; Diabetes 

mellitus. 
Uropittine. Uropittin. 
Uroplanie. Uroplania. 
Uropode. Uropod, .s. ; Uropodal, adj. 
Uropoese. Uropoiesis. 
Uropo6tique. Uropoietic. 
Uropygial, -ale ; Uropygien, -ienne. 

Pertaining to the uropygium (the 

rump). 
Urorrhagie. Urorrhagia. 
Urorrh^e. Urorrhea, or -cea. 
Urorubine. Urorubin. 
Urosch^ocele. Uroscheocele ; Urocele. 



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Uroscopie. Uroscopy. t 

Urose. Uresis (AJibert). ] 

Urost^alithe. tlrostealith. 

Urostege. Urostegal, adj. ; Urostege, s. \ 

Urostyle. Urostyle, ! 

Uroxanthine. Uroxanthin. I 

Urpethite. Ozocerite ; Ozokerite. 

Urrhodine. Urrhodiu. 

Urrhosacine. XJrrhosacin. 

Ursone. Ursone. 

Urticac^, -^e. Pertaining to nettles ; 

Urtical, 
Urticaire. Urticaria ; Nettle-rash. 
Urtical, -ale. Urtical ; Urticarious ; 

Urticarial. 
Urticant, -ante. Producing a sensation 

like the stinging of nettles ; Urti- 

cate. 
Urtication. Urtication. 
Urtice, -^e. Urticate ; Urtical. 
Urticin. Red colouring matter of 

nettles (Knezaureck). 
Usage. Use ; Function. 
Ustilagine, -ee. Ustilaginous. 
Ustilago. Ustilago. [cautery). 

Ustion. Ustion ; Cauterisation (actual 
Usure. Wearing out through friction. 
Ut^ralgie. Uterine neuralgia. 
Ut^rin, -ine. Uterine. 
Ut^rite. Uteritis ; Metritis. 
Ut^ro-epichorial, -ale. Pertaining to 

the epichorion and to the muscular 

wall of the uterus. 
Ut^ro-inguinorrhaphie. Utero-fixation 

by shortening the round ligaments in 

the groins. 
Utero-lombaire. Utero-lumbar. 
Ut6ro - ovarien, -ienne ; Utero - ovar- 

ique. Utero-ovarian. 
Uteropathie. Uterine affection in 

general. 
Ut6ro-placentaire. Utero-placental. 
Ut^ro-rectal, -ale. Recto-uterine. 
Uterorrhagie. Uterine haemorrhage 

(Piorry). 
Ut^rorrh^e. A mucous uterine dis- 
charge (Piorry). 
Ut^ro-sacr^, -ee. Utero-sacral. 
Ut^roscopie. Uteroscopy. 
Uterostomatome. Hysterostomatome. 
Utero-tubaire. Tubo-uterine. 
Utero- vaginal, -ale. Utero- vaginal. 
Uterus. Uterus ; Womb. 
Utriculaire, adj. Utricular ; Utriculi- 

form ; Utriculoid. 
Utriculaire, s. Utricularia. 
Utriculariace, -^e ; Utricularin^, -ee ; 

Utricularie, -ee. Pertaining to the 

utricularia. 



Utricule. Utriculus ; Utricle ; Utri- 
cule. 

Utricule, -ee. Utriculate. 

Utriculeux, -euse. Utriculose ; Utri- 
cular. 

Uva ursi. Uva ursi ; Bearberry. 

Uv6al, -ale. Uveal. 

Uvee. Uvea ; Uveal tract. 

Uveite. Uveitis. 

Uvique. Pertaining to the uvea or to 
uvae (raisins). 

Uvitique. Uvitie. 

Uvulaire. Uvular. 

Uvule ; Luette. Uvula. 

Va. Symbol of Vanadium. 

V lingual. The inverted V formed by 
the circumvallate papillae of the 
tongue. 

Vaccin. Vaccine. 

Vaccin, -ine. Pertaining to vaccine or 
to the cow. 

Vaccinable. Vaccinable ; Susceptible 
of successful vaccination. 

Vaccinal, -ale. Vaccinal. 

Vaccinateur, -trice. Vaccinator, s. ; 
Serving for vaccination. 

Vaccination. Vaccination. 

Vaccine. Vaccinia ; Cow-pox. 

Vaccine, -ee. Vaccinated. 

Vaccinelle. Vaccinella. 

Vaccinide. Generalised vaccinal erup- 
tion. 

Vaccinier. Whortleberry ; Cowberry. 

Vaccinifere. Vaccinifer, s.; Vaccin i- 
ferous, adj. 

Vacciniforme. Vacciniform. 

Vaccinine. A crystallisable substance 
extracted from cowberry (Classen). 

Vaccinique. Vaccinic. 

Vaccinium. Vaccinium. 

Vaccinoide, e,t mieux, Vacciniforme. 
Vaccinoid ; Vacciniform. 

Vaccino-variolique. Pertaining to vac- 
cinia and to variola. 

Vache. Cow. 

Vacuolaire. Vacuolar. 

Vacuole. Vacuole. 

Vacuole, -ee. Vacuolar. 

Vagin. Vagina. 

Vaginal, -ale. Vaginal. 

Vaginalite. Vaginalitis ; Inflammation 
of the tunica vaginalis testis ; Hydro- 
cele. 

Vaginant, -ante. Vaginant ; Sheath- 
ing ; Vaginal. 

Vagin^, -ee. Vaginate ; Sheathed 
Surrounded by a sheath. 

Vaginifonne. Vaginiform. 



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Vaginisme. Vaginismus. 

Vaginite. Vaginitis. 

Vagino-intestinal, -ale. Recto-vaginal. 

Vagino-labial, -ale. Pertaining to the 
vagina and to the labia majora of the 
vulva. 

Vagino- peritoneal, -ale. Pertaining to 
the tunica vaginalis and to the peri- 
toneum. 

Vagino-rectal, -ale. Recto-vaginal. 

Vaglnoscopie. Examination of the 
vagina. 

Vagino-urethral, -ale. Urethro-vaginal. 

Vagino-ut^rin, -ine. Vagino-uterine ; 
Utero-vaginal, 

Vagino-v^sical, -ale. Vagino-vesical ; 
Vesico- vaginal. 

Vaginule. Vaginula ; Vaginule. 

Vagissement. Orjring ; Mewling ; 
Squalling (of newly-born infants). 

Vago-sympathique. Pertaining to the 
vagus and to the sympathetic. 

Vag^e. Vagous (nerve) ; Wandering, 
adj. ; Vagus, s. 

Vairon. Odd-eyed (persons) ; Silver- 
eyed (horses). 

Vaisseau. Vessel ; Artery ; Vein, etc. 

Valdivine. Valdivin. 

Valence. Valence ; Valency. 

Valerate. Valerate. 

Valerene. Valerene ; Amylene. 

Valerianate. Valerianate ; Valerate. 

Valeriane. Valerian. 

Valerian^, -6e. Valeriana, ». ; Pertain- 
ing to Valeriana, adj. 

Valdrianique. Valerianic. 

Valerine. Valerin. 

Valerique. Valeric. 

Valerylate. Valerate. 

Valerylique. Valerianic. 

Valet a patin. An ancient arterial 
compressor or volsella. 

Vaietudinaire. Valetudinarian, 

Valetudinarium. Valetudinarium. 

Valgus. Valgus. 

Vallecule. Vallecula. 

Vall^cule, -^e. Vallecular, 

Valvac^, -^e. Valval ; Valviilar. 

Valvaire. Valvar ; Valvular. 

Valve. Valve (Biology) ; Valvule. 

Valv6, -6e. Valvate. 

Valviforme. Valviform. 

Valvulaire. Valvular. 

Valvule. Valve (Anatomy) ; Valvula. 

Valvule, -^e. Having valves or valvulse. 

Valylene. Valylene. 

Vanadate. Vanadate. 

Vanadique. Vanadic. 

Vanadium. Vanadium. 



Vandellie. Vandellia. 

Vanille. Vanilla. 

Vanilline. Vanillin. 

Vanillique. Vanillic. 

Vanillisme. Vanillism. 

Vanne. Sluice ; "Water-gate. 

Vapeur. Vapour ; Vapor ; Steam. 

VapeuTB. Hysterics ; Vapores uterini ; 
Hysteria ; Vapors. 

Vaporeux, -euse. Valorous. 

Vaporisation. Vaporization, or -sa- 
tion. 

Varaire. Veratrum album ; White 
hellebore. 

Varec ; Varech. Sea- wrack ; Sea- weed. 

Variability. Variability. 

Variation. Variation. 

Varice. Varix. 

Varices. Varicose veins ; Varices. 

Varicelle. Varicella. 

Varicelliforme. Resembling varicella. 

Varicocele. Varicocele. 

Varicoceiectomie. Varicocelectomy ; 
Excision of a varicocele. 

Varicomphale. Varicomphalous. 

Variety. Variety. 

Variolaire. Variolar. 

Variole. Variola ; Small-pox. 

Variole, -ee. Variolate. 

Varioleux, -euse. Variolous. 

Varioliforme. Varioliform. 

Variolique. Variolic. 

Variolisation. Operation by which a 
supposed benign variola is communi- 
cated as a safeguard against a severe 
variola. 

Variololde. Varioloid. 

Variolose. The whole of the morbid 
phenomena that characterize and ac- 
company small-pox. 

Variqueux, -euse. Varicose. 

Varus. (1) Varus (Talipes) ; (2) Varus ; 
Acne ; Mentagra. 

Vas aberrans. Vas aberrans. 

Vasa aberrantia. Vasa aberrantia. 

Vasa breviora. Vasa brevia. 

Vasa recta. Vasa recta. 

Vasa vasorum. Vasa vasorum. 

Vasa vorticosa. Vasa vorticosa. 

Vasculaire. Vascular. 

Vascularisation. Vascularization, or 
-sation. 

Vaacularite. Vascularity. 

Vasculeux, -euse. Vasculose, od/. ; 
Vascular. 

Vasculifere. Vasculiferous. 

Vasculo-nerveux, -euse. Composed of 
vessels and of nerves. 

Vasculose. Vasculose, s. 



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Vase, s.m. Vase ; Vessel ; Urn. 

Vase, s.f. Slime ; Mire ; Mud. 

Vaseline ; Gosmoline. Vaselin ; Vase- 
line. 

Vasiducte. Podosperm. 

Vaso-constricteur, -trice. Vaso-con- 
strictor ; Vaso-constrictive. 

Vaso-constriction. Vaso-constriction ; 
Vascular constriction, 

Vaso-dilatateur, -trice. Vaso-dilator. 

Vaso-dilatation. Vaso-dilatation ; Vas- 
cular dilatation. 

Vaso-formateur, -trice. Vaso-forma- 
tive. 

Vaso-moteur, -trice. Vasomotor. 

Vaso-sensitif, -ive. Vaso-sensory. 

Vaste. Vast ; Great ; Extensive. 

Vaste exteme. Vastus externus. 

Vaste interne. Vastus internus. 

Vauqueline. Strychnin. 

Vautonr. Vulture. 

Vd. Symbol of Vanadium. 

Veau. Calf; Veal. 

V^g^tabilit^. The vegetative quality. 

V^g^tal, -ale. Vegetal ; Vegetable, 
adj. 

Vegetal, s. Vegetable, s. 

Vegetalis^, -^e. That has acquired the 
structure, the configuration, etc., of 
a vegetable. 

V^getalite. Vegetality. 

Veg6tant, -ante. Vegetating. 

Vegetarianisme. Vegetarianism. 

Vegetarien, -lenne. Vegetarian. 

Vegetarisme. The herbivorous condi- 
tion. 

V^getatif, -ive. Vegetative. 

V^^tation. Vegetation. 

V^g^to-animal, -ale. Vegeto-animal. 

V^^to- mineral, -ale. Vegeto-mineral. 

V^geto-sulfurique. Vegeto-sulphuric. 

V^hicule. Vehicle. 

Veille. Vigil ; Watching ; Sitting up. 

Veillotte. Meadow-saffron ; Colchicum 
autumnale. 

Veine. Vein. 

Vein^, -6e. Veined. 

Veineux, -euse. Venous. 

Veinule; Venule. Veinule ; Venule. 

Velage. Parturition of bovine animals. 

Velamenteux, -euse. Velamentous. 

V^lar. Hedge-mustard. 

Vele. The female calf. 

Veliger. Veliger. 

Veligere. Veligerous. 

Vellarine. Vellarin. 

Vell^it^. Velleity. 

Velout^, -ee. Velvety ; Velvet-like ; 
Velvet, adj. 



Velu, -ue. Hairy {not applied to the 
head or beard) ; Shaggy ; Toment- 

Velum. Velum. [ous. 

Velv^tique. Resembling velvet. 

Velvote. Spurious toad-flax. 

Venal, -ale ; Veineux, -euse. Venal ; 
Venous. 

Veneneux, -euse. Venenous ; Vene- 
nose ; Poisonous (plants). 

Venenifere. Veneniferous ; Carrying 
venom. 

V6nenifique ; Venenipare. Venenific. 

V6n6nosit6. Toxicity. 

Ven^rien, -ienne. Venereal. 

Venimeux, -euse. Venomous ; Poison- 
ous (animals) ; Having a venom. 

Venin. Venom ; Poison (of animals). 

V6nosit6. Venosity. 

Vent. Wind. 

Venteux, -euse. Producing flatulence. 

Ventilateur. Ventilator. 

Ventilation. Ventilation. 

Ventousaire. Pertaining to cupping- 
glasses or to their apiilication. 

Ventousation. Cupping. 

Ventouse. Cupping-glass. 

Ventral, ale. Ventral. 

Ventre. Venter ; Belly ; Abdomen. 

Ventriculaire. Ventricular. 

Ventricule. Ventricle ; Ventriculus. 

Ventrier. A fibrous, flattened, yellow 
fasciculus connected with the in- 
ternal pillar of the external abdo- 
minal ring. 

Ventriloque. Ventriloquist. 

Ventriloquie. Ventriloquism. 

Ventrosit^. Ventrosity. 

Ventru, -ue. Corpulent ; Big-bellied. 

Vents. Flatus ; Gas in the peritoneum, 
pleura, etc. 

Venule. Venule ; Venula. 

Ver. Worm. 

Ver k sole. Silkworm. [solium. 

Ver solitaire. Tape - worm ; Taenia 

Veratre ; Veratrum. Veratrum. 

Veratr6, -ee. Pertaining to veratrum. 

V^ratrin. Veratrin. 

Veratrinate. Veratrinate. 

Veratrine. Veratrina ; Veratrine. 

Veratrinique ; Veratrique. Veratrinic ; 
Veratric. 

Veratrum ; Veratre. Veratrum. 

Verbascum. Verbascum. 

Verbigeration. Verbigeration. 

Verderame. Verdet. 

Verdet. (1) Verdet ; (2) Acetate of 
copper ; Verdigris. 

Verdou. See Vairon. 

V^rette. Varicella. 



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V^reux, -euse. Containing worms ; 1 
Worm-eaten ; Maggoty. 

Verge. Penis ; Veretrum. 

Vergetures. Stripes of ecchjrmosis pro- 
duced by blows ; Marks on a corpse 
the results of pressure ; Linear scor- 
butic marks of a purple colour. 

Verheyen. Etoiles de-. Stars of Ver- 
heyen (venous plexuses on the surface 
of the kidney). 

Verification. Verification. 

Verjus. Verjuice. 

Vermicelle. Vermicelli. 

Vermicide. Vermicide, s. ; Ver mi - 
cidal, adj. 

Vermiculaire. Vermicular, adj.; Stone- 
crop, ,s'. (Botany). 

Vermiculation. Vermiculation. 

Vermicuie, -6e. Vermiculate. 

Vermien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
vermiform processes of the cere- 
bellum. 

Vermiforme. Vermiform. 

Vermifuge. Vermifuge, s. ; Vermi- 
fugal, adj. 

Vermilion. Vermilion. 

Vermination. Vermination. 

Vermineux, -euse. Verminous. 

Vermis superieur. The superior ver- 
miform process of the cerebellum. 

Vermis inferieur. The inferior vermi- 
form process of the cerebellum. 

Vermivore. Vermivorous. 

Vermouth ; Vermuth. Vermouth. 

Vemaculaire. Vernacular. 

Vernal, -ale. Vernal. 

Vernation. Vernation ; Prefoliation. 

Vernier. Vernier. 

Vemis. Varnish. 

Vemix caseosa. Vernix caseosa ; 
Cheesy varnish. 

V^role. Pox ; Syphilis. 

Verole. Petite . Small-pox. 

Verole, -ee. Poxed ; Affected with 
syphilis ; Syphilitic. 

Verolette. Varicella. 

V^rolique. Syphilitic. 

V^rololde. Said of the morbid mani- 
festations of those who have been re- 
infected with syphilis (Diday). 

V^ronique. Veronica. 

Verrat. Boar. 

Verre. Glass. 

Verree. Glassful. 

Verrucaire. Verrucous ; Warty. 

Verruciforme. Verruciform. 

Verrucosite. The verrucous condition. 

Verrue. Verruca ; Wart. 

Verruga. Verrugas. 



Verruqueux, -euse. Verrucous ; Warty. 

Vers. Worms. 

Versatile. Versatile. 

Versicolore. Versicolor. 

Version. Version. 

Vert, -rte. Green. 

Vert-de-gris. Verdigris. 

Vertebral, -ale. Vertebral. 

Vertebre. Vertebra. 

Vert^br^, -6e. Vertebrate. 

Vertebras. Vertebrata. 

Vert^bro-crSjiien, -ienne. Going from 
the vertebral canal to the cranium ; 
Vertebro- cranial. 

Vert^bro-iliaque. Vertebro-iliac. 

Vertex. Vertex ; Top of the head. 

Vertical. Vertical. 

Verticillaire. Verticillate. 

Verticille. Verticil ; Verticillus ; 
Whorl. 

Verticilie, -6e. Verticillate. 

Vertige. Vertigo ; Giddiness. 

Vertigineux, -euse. Vertiginous. 

Vertigo. Vertigo. 

Verumontanum. Verumontanum ; 
Caput gallinaginis. 

Verveine. Vervain ; Verbena. 

V^sanie. Vesania ; Unsoundness of 
mind. 

V^sanique. Pertaining to, or affected 
with, vesania. 

Vesce. Vetch. 

Vesical, -ale. Vesical. 

Vesicant, -ante. Vesicant ; Blistering 
adj. ; Vesicant, s. 

Vesication. Vesication. 

V^sicatoire. Vesicatory ; A blister. 

V^sico-inguinal, -ale. Vesico-inguinal. 

V^sico-intestinal, -ale. Vesico-intes- 
tinal. 

V^sico-perin^al, -ale. Vesico-perineal. 

V^sico-prostatique. Vesico-prostatic. 

Vesico-pubien, -ienne. Vesicopubic. 

V^sico-pustule. A pustulous vesicle. 

V^sico-rectal, -ale. Vesico-rectal. 

Vesico-spinal, -ale. Vesico- spinal. 

Vesico-ut^rin, -ine. Vesico-uterine. 

Vesico - ut^ro - vaginal, -ale. Vesico- 
utero- vaginal. 

Vesico -vaginal, -ale. Vesico-vaginal. 

V^siculaire. Vesicular. 

V^siculation. Vesiculation. 

V^sicule. Vesicle ; Vesicula ; Vesi- 
culus. 

V6sicule biliare, ou du fiel. The gall- 
bladder. 
V^siculeux, -euse. Vesiculous ; Vesi- 
cular. 
V^siculiforme. Vesiculiform. 



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Vesou. Juice of sugar-canes. 

Vesperal, -ale. Vespertine ; Coming 
on in the evening. 

Vesperie. A medical visit in the even- 
ing. 

Vespiforme. Vespiform ; Wasp-like. 

Vesse-de-loup. Puflf-ball (Botany). 

Vessie. The urinary bladder. 

Vessigon. Vessignon ; Wind - gall 
(Vet.). 

Vestibulaire. Vestibular. 

Vestibule. Vestibule. 

Vestlture. Vestiture. 

Vet a. Veta ; Mountain - sickness ; 
Mareo ; Puna. 

Vfitement. Clothes ; Raiment ; Gar- 
ment ; Tunic (Anatomy). 

V^terinaire. Veterinary, adj. ; Veter- 
inary surgeon, s. 

Vetiver ; Vettiver. Vetivaria. 

Vexillaire. Vexillar ; Vexillary. 

Viabilite. Viability. 

Viable. Viable. 

Viande. Flesh ; Meat. 

Vibices. Vibices. riee Vergetures. 

Vibraculaire ; Vibraculum. Vibracu- 
larium ; Vibraculum. 

Vibrant, -ante. Vibrating. 

Vibratile. Vibratile. 

Vibratilit6. The vibratile condition. 

Vibration. Vibration. 

Vibratoire. Vibratory. 

Vibrion. Vibrio ; Vibrion, 

Vibrionien, -ienne. Pertaining to the 
vibriones. 

Vibrisse. Vibrissa. 

Viburnum. Viburnum. 

Vice. (1) Vice; (2) Fault; Vice; 
Blemish ; Defect. 

Viciation. Vitiation. 

Vici6, -6e. Vitiated ; Foul (air). 

Vicieux, -ieuse. Faulty ; Defective ; 
Abnormal. 

Vidange ; Vindange. The lochia. 

Vide. Vacuum ; Void. 

Vidien, -ienne. Vidian. 

Vie. Life. 

Vieillesse. Old age. 

Vieillotte. Colchicum. 

Vierge. Virgin, Pure, adjs. ; Vir- 
gin, s. 

Vieux-mal. An intermittent lameness 
the result of old disease. 

Vif, vive. Quick ; Living ; Sharp or 
violent (pain) ; Raw (wound) ; Strong 
(pulse). 

Vif-argent. Quicksilver. 

Vigne. Vine. 

Villeux, -euse. Villous. 



Villifere. Having villi. 

Villiforme. Villiform. 

Villosit6. (1) Villosity ; (2) Villus. 

Vin. Wine ; Vinum. 

Vinac6, -6e. Vinaceous. 

Vinage. The addition of alcohol to 
wine. 

Vinaigre. Vinegar. 

Vinasse. Vinasse. 

Vinaio. Vinate. 

Vineux, -euse. Vinous. 

Vinifere. Viniferous. 

Vinique. Vinic. 

Vinyle. Vinyl. 

Viol. Rape ; Violation. 

Violac^, -6e. (1) Of a violet colour ; (2) 
Pertaining to the violet. 

Violaniline. Violanilin. 

Violarid, -6e. See Violace (2). 

Violent, -ente. (1) Violent; (2) Per- 
taining to rape. 

Violet, -ette. Of a violet colour. 

Violette. Violet. 

Violine. Violin (an emetic principle 
found in viola odorata, etc.). 

Violique. Pertaining to the violet. 

Vipere. Viper. 

Vire. Whitlow. 

Virescence. Virescence. 

Vireux, -euse. Virose ; Virous ; Poison- 
ous, and at the same time having a 
nauseous taste and a bad odour. 

Virginal, -ale. Virginal. 

Virginity. Virginity. 

Virguliforme. Having the shape of a 
comma. 

Viridine. Viridin. 

Viridity. Viridity. 

Viril, -ile. Virile. 

Virilite. Virility. 

Virtuel, -elle. Virtual ; Potential. 

Virulence. Virulence. 

Virulent, -ente. Virulent. 

Virulifere. Viruliferous. 

Virus. Virus. 

Visage. Visage ; Face ; Countenance ; 
Aspect. 

Vis a tergo. Vis a tergo. 

Visceral, -ale. Visceral. 

Visc^ralgie, et heaucoup mieux, Ent4r- 
algie. Visceralgia. 

Viscere. Viscus ; pi. Viscera. 

Viscidity ; Viscosity. Viscidity ; Vis- 
cosity. 

Viscine. Viscin. 

Viscosity. Viscosity ; Viscidity. 

Visibility. Visibility. 

Vision. Vision. 

Visionnaire. Visionary. 



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Visite m^dicale. (1) Consultation at 
the house of the medical man ; (2) 
Examination of a patient. 

Visqueux, -euse. Viscous ; Viscid. 

Visuel, -elle. Visual. 

Vital, -ale. Vital, 

Vitalisme. Vitalism. 

Vitaliste. Vitalist. 

Vitality. Vitality. 

Vitellaire ; Vitellin, -ine. Vitelline. 

Vitelline. Vitellin. 

Vitellogene. Vitellogenous. 

Vitello-intestinal, -ale. Omphalome- 
senteric. 

Vitellus. Vitellus. 

Vitesse. Quickness ; Rapidity ; Speed ; 
Celerity ; Swiftness. 

Viticule. Viticula. 

Vitiligo. Vitiligo. 

Vitr6, -6e. Vitreous. 

Vitr^um ; Corps vitr^. Vitreurn ; Vit- 
reous humour. 

Vitreux, -euse. Vitreous. 

Vitrifiable. Vitrifiable. 

Vitrification. Vitrification. 

Vitrine. Endolymph (de Blainville). 

Vitriol. Vitriol. 

Vitriol^, -6e. Containing vitriol. 

Vitriolique. Sulphuric. 

Vitulaire. Vitular. 

Vivace. Long-lived. 

Vivant, -ante. Living. 

Vivipare. Viviparous. 

Viviparisme ; Viviparity. The vivi- 
parous condition ; Viviparity. 

Vivisecteur. Vivisector. 

Vivisection. Vivisection. 

Vocable. Vocable ; Word ; Term. 

Vocal, -ale. Vocal. 

Vociferation. Vociferation. 

Voie. Way ; Road ; Passage ; Tract ; 
Duct. 

Voile. Velum ; Veil. 

Voile du palais. The soft palate. 

Voil6, -^e. Partially covered or hidden. 

Voirie. Common sewer. 

Voix. Voice. 

Vol. (1) Theft ; Robbery ; (2) Flying ; 
Flight. 

Volant, -ante. Flying ; Of a short 
duration. 

Volatil, -ile. Volatile. 

Volatilisable. Capable of volatilisation. 

Volatilisation. Volatilization, or -sa- 
tion. 

Volatility. Volatility. 

Volcan. Volcano. 

Volitif, -ive. Volitional. 

Volition. Volition. 



Volontaire. Voluntary. 

Volonte. Will ; Voluntas ; Desire. 

Volt. Volt. 

Volta-6lectrique. Pertaining to voltaic 

electricity. 
Voltaique. Voltaic. 
Voltalsme. Voltaism. 
Voltametre ; Voltmetre. Voltmeter ; 

Voltameter. 
Volubile. Voluble ; Twining (Botany). 
Volume. Volume. 
Volumetre. Volumeter. 
Volupt6. Voluptuousness. 
Volva. Volva. 
Volvulus ; Ileus. Volvulus. 
Vomer. Vomer. 
Vomeri«n, -ienne. Vomerine. 
Vomicine. Vomicin. 
Vomipurgatif, -ive. Both emetic and 

purgative. 
Vomique, s.f. Vomica ; pi. Vomicae. 
Vomique, adj. (1) Vomic; Pertaining 

to a vomica ; Ulcerous ; Purulent ; 

(2) Vomic ; Pertaining to strychnos 

nux vomica or to vomicin. 
Vomique. Noix-. Nux vomica. 
Vomiquier. Strychnos nux vomica. 
Vomissement. Vomiting, s. 
Vomitif, -ive. Vomitive ; Emetic. 
Vomito negro. Vomitonigro ; Black 

vomit ; Yellow fever. 
Vomiturition. Vomiturition. 
Voracite. Voracity. 
Vortex. Vortex. 

Vorticelliens. A species of infusoria. 
Voussure. Curve ; Elevation of an 

arch. 
Voute. Vault ; Arch. 
Voute k quatre piliers. The fornix of 

the brain. 
Voyage. Voyage ; Journey. 
Voyelle. Vowel. 
Vrai, A-. Truth. 

Vrai, -ie. True ; Real ; Genuine. 
Vrille. (1) Tendril ; (2) Gimlet. 
Vue. Sight ; Eyesight. 
Vue coiuiie. Myopia ; Short sight. 
Vue diume. Hemeralopia. 
Vue double. Diplopia. 
Vue faible. Amblyopia. 
Vue longue. Presbyopia ; Long sight. 
Vue louche. Strabismus ; Squinting, 
Vue nocturne. Nyctalopia. 
Vue oblique. Str.ibismus. 
Vue. Seconde-. Deuteroscopy. 
Vuidange. See Vidange. 
Vulcanisation. Vulcanization, or -sa- 

tion. 
Vulcanise, -6e. Vulcanized, or -sed. 



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Vulcanite. Vulcanite. 

Vuln^rabilite. The degree to which an 

object is vulnerable. 
Vulneraire. Vulnerary. 
Vuln^ration. A wound or a sore of 

traumatic origin (Cruveilhier). 
Vultueux, -euse. Red and swollen 

(face). 
Vulvaire. Vulvar ; Vulval. 
Vulve. Vulva. 

Vulviforme. Vulviform ; Vulvate. 
Vulvite. Vulvitis. 

Vulvo-p6rin^al, -ale. Vulvo-perineal. 
Vulvo-ut^rin, -ine. Vulvo-uterine. 
Vulvo -vaginal, -ale. Vulvo-vaginal. 
Vulvo-vaginite. Vulvo-vaginitis. 

W. Symbol of Tungsten (Wolfram). 

Wahoo. Wahoo ; Euonymus. 

Waxen. An hereditary disease in West- 
phalia. 

Wasium. Impure Yttrium. 

Westphal. Signe de-. Westphal's phe- 
nomenon or symptom (loss of knee 
jerk). 

Wolfram. Tungsten, or its combination 
with the oxides of iron and man- 
ganese. 

Wolframium. Tungsten. 

Woorara ; Woorari. Woorara ; Curare. 

Wormien. Wormian. 

Wrightie. Wrightia. 

Xanthate, Xanthate. 

Xantheine. Xanthein. 

Xanthelasma. Xanthelasma. 

Xanthematine. Xanthematin, or 
-hsematin ; A nitric derivative of 
hajmatosin. 

Xanthensulfide. Xanthene. 

Xanthile. Xanthile. 

Xanthine. (l)Xanthin; (2) Xanthein. 

Xanthinurie. Xanthinuria. 

Xanthique. Xanthic. 

Xanthocystine. Xanthocystin. 

Xanthogene. Xanthogen. 

Xanthog^nie. The production of Xan- 
thogen. 

Xanthog^nique. Pertaining to Xantho- 
gen. 

Xanthophylle. Xanthophyl, or -phyll. 

Xanthopicrine. Xanthopicrin. 

Xanthoproteique. Xanthoproteic. 

Xanthopsie. Xanthopsia, or -sy. 

Xanthopurpurine. Xanthopurpurin. 

Xanthorhamnine. Xanthorhamnin. 

Xantliorrhee. Xanthorrhea, or -oea. 

Xanthorrhize. Xanthorrhiza. 

Xanthose. Xanthosis. 



Xanthoxylene ; Xanthoxyline. Xan- 
thoxylin. -4'"X 

X^nomenie. Xenomenia ; Vicarious 
menstruation. 

Xerasie. Xerasia. 

Xeroderme ; Xerodermie. Xeroderma ; 
Xerodermia. 

X^roforme. Xeroform (Tribromphenol- 
bismuth). 

X^rome. Xeroma ; Xerophthalmia. 

X^rope. Xerosis. 

X^rophagie. Xerophagy. 

Xerophthalmie. Xerophthalmia ; 
Xeroma. 

Xerosis. Xerosis. 

Xerotribie. Xerotribia ; Xerotripsis ; 
Dry friction. 

Xiphodyme. Xiphodymus. 

Xiphoide. Xiphoid. 

Xiphoidien, -ienne. Xiphoidian. 

Xiphopage. Xiphopagus. 

Xiphostemal. Xiphisternal, adj. ; Xi- 
phisternum, s. 

Xylene. Xylol. 

Xylidine. Xylidin. 

Xylidique. Xylidic. 

Xylilique ; Xylique. Xylic. 

Xylobalsame, ou -samum. Xylobal- 
samum. 

Xylocarpe, ou -pus. Xylocarp. 

Xylogene. Xylogene. 

Xyloidine. Xyloidin. 

Xylol. Xylol ; Dimethyl benzene. 

Xylon. Xylon. 

Xylophage. Xylophagous. 

Xylosteine. Xylostein ; The mono- 
valent radicle of xylic acid. 

Y. Formerly a sign indicating that 
which was healthy. 

Yaws. Yaws. 

Yerba. Yerba. 

Yeuse. The evergreen oak. 

Yeux d'^crevisse. Crab's eyes. 

Yt. Symbol of Yttrium. 

Ytterbium. Ytterbium. 

Yttria. Oxide of Yttrium. 

Yttrique. Pertaining to Yttrium, to 
oxide of Yttrium and its combina- 
tions. 

Yttrium. Yttrium. 

Yucca. Yucca. 

Zamie. Zamia. 

Zea. Zea maize ; Zea mays. 

Zebre. Zebra. 

Zebre, -6e. Resembling a zebra. 

Zebu. Zebu. 

Zedoaire. Zedoary. 



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Z^doarine. A bitter principle from 

zedoary. 
Z6e. Zeus. [flour. 

Z^ide. An aqueous extract from maize 
Z^ine. Zein. 
Z^isme. Zeismus. 
Z61ot3T)ie. Zelotypia. 
Z^orine. Zeorine. 
Zeoscope. Zeoscope. 
Z^ro. Zero. 

Z6ro absolu. Absence of movement. 
Z^rumbet. Zerumbet. 
Zeste. Zest ; The peel of an orange or 
of a lemon and the oil expressed 
from it. 
Zibeline. Sable. 
Zibeth. Zibet. 
Zimb. Zimb ; Tsetse. 
Zinc. Zinc ; Zincum. 
Zinc^ther ; Zinc^thyle. Zincethyl. 
Zincique. Zincic. 
Zincmethyle. Zincmethyl. 
Zingiber. Zingiber ; Ginger. 
Zircone. Oxide of zirconium. 
Zirconium. Zirconium. 
Zizyphique. Pertaining to the zizy- 

phus ; Zizyphic. 
Zizyphus. ZizyjAus. 
Zn. Symbol of zinc. 
Zoamyline. Zoamylin ; Glycogen. 
Zoanthaire. Pertaining to animals and 

to flowers. 
Zoanthodeme. Zoanthodeme. 
Zoanthropie. Zoanthropy. 
Zee ; Zoea. Zoea ; Zooea. 
Zo^en, -eenne. Zoeal. 
Zo^lde. Resembling a zoea. 
Zoiodine. Zoidin. 
Zolsme. Zoism. 

Zona. Zona ; Herpes zoster ; Shingles. 
Zone. Zone ; Zona {not the disease). 
Zon^, -^6. Zonate ; Zonary. 
Zonule. Zonule ; Zonvdet. 
Zoobiology. Zoobiology (de Blainville). 
Zooblaste. Zooblast ; An animal cell. 
Zooeambium. Animal juice ; Animal 

blastema. 
Zoocarpe. Zoocarp ; Zoospore. 
Zoocarp6, -ie. Zoosporic. 
Zoochimie. Zoochemia ; Biochemistry ; 

Biochemics. 
Zoochimique. Zoochemical ; Bio- 
chemical. 
Zoocyste. Zoocyst. 
Zoogene. Zoogenic, adj.; Zoogene, s. ; 

Glairin. 
Zoog^nie. Zoogenesis. 
Zoogloea, Zoogloee, ou Zoogl^e. Zoo- 

glea. 



Zoogloeique ; Zoogloeique. Zoogleic. 

Zoogonunite. Any mucous matter of 
animals. 

Zoographie. Zoography. 

Zoohematine. Haematosin ; Hemato- 
sin. 

Zooiatrie. Zoiatria ; Zoiatrics ; The 
art and science of veterinary sur- 
gery. 

Zoolde. Zooid. 

Zoolog^e. Zoology. 

Zoologique. Zoological ; Zoologic. 

Zoomagnetisme. Animal magnetism. 

Zoomelanine. Zoomelanin. 

Zoom^phitisme. Zoomephitism. 

Zoom^trie. Zoometry. 

Zoomorphe. Zoomorphous. 

Zoomorphique. Zoomorphic. 

Zoomorphisme. Zoomorphism ; Zoo- 
morphy. 

Zoonerythrine. Zoonerythrin. 

Zoonique. Zoonic. 

Zoonite. Zoonite. 

Zoonit^, ee. Zoonitic. 

Zoonomie. Zoonomia. 

Zoonomique. Zoonomie. 

Zoophage. Zoophagous ; Carnivorous. 

Zoophagie. Zoophagy. 

Zooph3rtaire. Pertaining to zoophytes. 

Zoophyte. Zoophyte. 

Zooplasma. Zooplasma (Remak) ; 
Animal plasma. 

Zooplaste. Spermatozoon (Serres). 

Zoose. The formation of animals. 

Zoosperme. Zoosperm. 

Zoospore. Zoospore, 

Zoospore, -^e. Having zoosj^ores. 

Zootaxie. Zootaxy. 

Zootechnicien. A person who carries 

on zootechnics. 
Zootechuie. Zootechnics ; Zootechny ; 
The science of breeding and domesti- 
cating animals. 
Zootechniste. See Zootechnicien. 
Zootheque. Zoothecium. 
Zooth^rapie. Zootherapy. 
Zootomy. Zootomy. 
Zootomique. Zootomic. 
Zootrophie. Zootrophy, 
Zootrophique. Zootrophie. 
Zooxanthine. Zooxanthin (Bogdanaw) ; 

Zooxanthella. 
Zoster. Zoster ; Zona ; Herpes zoster. 
Zr. Symbol of Zirconium. 
Zygapophyse. Zygapophysis. 
Zygodactyle. Zygodactylous. 
Zygodactylisme. Zygodactylism. 
Zygoma. Zygoma. 
Zygomatique. Zygomatic. 



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Zygomato - auriculaire. Zygomatico - 
auricular, adj. ; Zygomatico-auricu- 
laris, H. ; The Attrahens aurem 
muscle. 

Zygomato - labial, -ale. Zygomatico- 
labial. 

Zygomato - maxillaire. Zygomatico - 
maxillary, adj. ; The Masseter 
muscle, s. 

Zygomorphe. Zygomorphous, or -phic. 

Zygomycete. Zygomycetes. 

Zygospore. Zygospore. 

Zygospore, -ee. Having zygospores. 



Zygozoaire. Zygozoon. 
Zymase. Zymase. 

Zymetologie ; Zymologie. Zymology. 
Zymique. Zymic. 
Zymogene. Zymogen. 
Zymologie. Zymology. 
Zymome. Zymoma. 
Zymoscope. Zymoscope. 
Zymosimetre. Zymosimeter. 
Zymotechnie. Zymotechnics, jil. 
Zymotique. Zymotic. 
Zythogale. A drink composed of beer 
and milk. 



Voir a la page suivante la table des poids et mesures, etc. 



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POIDS ET MESUEES. 

1 kilogramme (1,000 grammes), ou 1 litre -35 ounces 120 grains ; fl.gxxxv., 

fl.Sii., and ttiH, or 17598 pint. 
1 hectogramme (100 grammes), ou 1 decilitre = 3 ounces 230| grains ; fl.giiiss. 

about. 
1 decagramme (10 grammes), ou 1 centilitre = 154^ grains ; fl.3iiss. about. 
1 gramme ou 1 millilitre = nearly 15^ grains, 15 '43235 grains. 
1 decigramme, '1 gramme = a little more than 1| grains, 1-54323 grain. 
1 centigramme, '01 gramme = nearly x% grain, •15432 grain. 
1 milligramme, '001 gramme = about ^- grain, 0"01543 grain. 

1 millimetre, 0*001 metre =0-03937 inch. 

1 centimetre, 0-01 metre = 0-39371 inch. 

1 decimetre, 0-1 metre = 3 -93708 inches. 

1 metre = 39 -37079 inches (about 1 yard 3^ inches). 



1 grain, gr. = -0648 gramme. 

1 minim, la (^^ of a fl. 5) = 56 centimetres cubes. 

N.B. — All the French prescriptions are written in grammes (all the in- 
gredients, liquid or solid, being measured by weight). We may regard the 
grain or the minim as equivalent (for simplicity) to 6 centigrammes. 

1 scruple, 9 (peu U8ite) = 20 grains = 1-2960 gramme. 

1 drachm, 3 = 3 scruples = 60 grains or minims = 3-8880 grammes. 

1 ounce, 5 = 8 drachms = 480 grains or minims = 31 -1040 grammes. 

1 pound, lb. (avoirdupois) = 7,000 grains (16 ounces) = 453-6 grammes. 

1 pint, O = 20 fluid ounces = 622 -08 grammes. 

1 gallon, C, or Cong. = 8 pints = 4 J litres. 

N.B. — Le ' drachm,' ti.Si.j represente une cuilleree k cafe (a teaspoonful). 

Deux 'drachms,' fl.3ii-, representent une cuilleree k dessert ou cuilleree 
moyenne (a dessertspoonful). 

Le ' ounce,' fl.gi., represente deux grandes cuillerees i soupe ou k bouche 
(two tablespoonfuls). 

Une demie 'ounce,' &.^a., represente une grande cuilleree k soupe ou -X 
bouche (a tablespoonful). 

1 inch = 12 lines = (nearly) 25^ millimetres, 0-02540 metre. 
1 foot = 12 inches = (nearly) 30^ centimetres, 0-30480 metre. 
1 yard = 3 feet = (nearly) 91| centimetres, 0-914399 metre. 

Pour reduire une temperature Fahrenheit en Centigrade, otez 32°, 
multipliez par 5, et divisez par 9. 

To convert Centigrade into Fahrenheit, multiply by 9, divide by 5, and 
add 32". 



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OEDONNANCES. 



Ordonnanck. 



Gramme. 
0-06 
0-02 
0-06 



^. Protoiodure de mercure - 
Extrait d'opium 
Extrait de gentiane 

Pour une pilule. 

Ou 



^. Protoiodure de mer- 
cure - - - 0"06 Cent. 
Extrait d'opium - 0"02 „ 

Extrait de gentiane - 0'06 „ 
Pour une pilule. 



Prescription. 



]^. Hydrarg. protoiodidi- - gr. i. 

Extract, opii - - - gr. i 

Extract, gentianae - - gr. i. 
Fiat pil. i. 



N.B. — In France the extrait thebaique would probably be prescribed 
instead of the extrait d'opium for these pills ; the extrait thebaique 
corresponds to the English extract, opii liq. 



Obdonnance. 

Grammes. 
^. lodure de potassium - 10*00 
Sirop de fleurs d'oranger - 30"00 
Eau distillee - - - 250-00 
Melez. 
Une cuilleree a bouche trois fois par 
jour. 



Pbescbiption. 

5i. Pot. iodidi - - - gr. 160 

Syr. aurantii floris - fl. 5i. 

Aq. dist. - - ad. fl. gviii. 

^. 

A tablespoonful (fl.gss.) three times a 

day. 

N.B. — Ad. fl.gviii. veut dire: 
L'iodure de potassium et le sirop ayant 
ete mis dans la bouteille de 8 onces, 
remplissez cette derniere d'eau dis- 
tillee. 



fin. 



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