(From Anteneasmus 765 against, and

Anteneasmus 767 implacable,) Anteneasinum. The same with enthusiasmus. A particular kind of madness: in it the patient is furiously irritated, and endeavours to lay violent hands on himself. These people are apt to be seized with sudden convulsive startings of the hands and feet; and therefore the disease is thought to coincide with the chorea sancti viti in some degree.


(From Antephialtics 768 against, and

Antephialtics 770 the night-mare). A name for the remedies adapted to the cure of this disorder.


(From Antepileptica 771 against, and

Antepileptica 773 the epilepsy). See Epilepsy.


See Anthera.

Anterior Malleolus

(From ante, before, and dim. of mallua, a mallet). See Musc, extern. auris.

Anteriores Nasi

Musc. See Pyramidalis Nasi


Mercury. See Argent, vivum.


(From Anthea 774 a flower,) in the plural signifies redness, like the top of a carbuncle.


See Auricula and Antelix.


(From Axthemis 781 a flower). Wild Camomile. See Chamaemelum vulgare.

Anthemis cotula and nobilis. See Cham.emelcm foetida, and Flore pleno.

Anthemis pyrethrum. See Pyrethrum. Galen says the anthemis is the same as euanthemon. Anthera, (from Axthemis 782 a flower). Also ant era.

A compound medicine used by the ancients, called from its florid red colour. Various compositions had this name. Anthers, indeed, were prepared for any particular part of the body, in the form of powders, or electuaries, and were used as collyriums, denti-frices &c


See Anthora.


(From Anthereon 783 a flower). Called also

Geneion. Hippocrates uses this word to express the chin, and all that part of the face where the beard grows.


(From the same). According to Dioscorides, it is the flower of the asphodel.; others say it is the stalk only. See Asphodelus.


See Asphodelus luteus.


(From Anthines 784 a flower), A name of some medicated oils and wines, named from their red colour.


(From Anthophyllus 785 a flower, and a leaf). The aromatic clove, when ripe. See Caryophilli aromatici.