(From α, non. and spiro). A defect of respiration, such as happens in a cold, etc.
(From leniter intingo).
(From per aestum exspuo;
and ferveo). The bran of wheat, or the froth of the sea.
(From and smoke).
A poisonous drug, sometimes called carpasum; and its wood, which is also poisonous, opocarsamum. It grows in Abyssinia, and resembles myrrh so much as to be occasionally, inadvertently, mixed with it.
(From to restore).
An amendment, a cessation, or subsiding. In the last sense it is applied to the urine, and sometimes to tumours.
(From and purgo).
An expurgation. A discharge downward; but sometimes employed with little discrimination to vomiting.
(From and to break, and a stalk J. It is when a bone is broken after the manner of a-stalk, near the joint.
(From and evacuo).
Discharges. Applied by Dr. Cullen to discharges with blood; it is the appellation of the fourth order of the class locales, and implies what are styled passive haemorrhages, in opposition to haemorrhages with fever, included in his first class, the pyrexia. .
(From and to certify). A declaration; such declarations as are thought proper to be made to the patient respecting his danger.
(From to spit up ).
The sputum, or excretion from the bronchial glands.
(From the same). Discharge of sputum,
(From and to extract juice from). See Sapa.
(From and to break).