Cacorrythmus

(From Cacorrythmus 1615 ill, and order). An epithet of a disorderly pulse.

Cacos

Evil, bad. Also the name of an Indian herb of a red colour: it is diuretic, and useful against calculous disorders.

Cacosi Tia

(From Cacosi Tia 1617 ill, and food).

See Nausea.

Cacosphyxia

(From Cacosphyxia 1619 ill, and from to leap or beat like an artery). A disorder of the pulse in general.

Cacostomachus

(From Cacostomachus 1622 bad, and

Cacostomachus 1624 stomach). A bad stomach; but it is applied to unwholesome food that is bad for the stomach.

Cacothymia

(From Cacothymia 1625 ill, and the mind). Any vicious disposition of the mind.

Cacotrophia

(From Cacotrophia 1627 ill, and nutriment). Any sort of vicious nutrition in general.

Cactos

(From Cactos 1629 uro, to burn; because its seed is pungent). See Cinara.

Cacule

The Arabian term for Cardamoms, q. v.

Cadago Pali

See Conessi.

Cadapalava

See Macandon.

Caddis

See Carbasus.

Cadjuct

See Phaseolus zarratensis.

Caduca

(From cado, to fall). See Vertigo, and Decidua.

Caducus Morbus

(From the same). See Epilepsia.

Caecalis Vena

See Caecum Intestinum.

Caecilia

(From caecus, blind). The blind worm or slow worm, also called caciliate phlops, and caeciliate phlinus, Graecis. It is a species of serpent, whose bite is similar in its effect to that of the viper.

Caecitas Minor

(From the same). Sec Amaurosis.

Caementum

(From caedo, to beat together). See Coementum.

Caementum cupreum. Cement copper, called also ziment copper. It is copper precipitated from vitriolic waters, by means of iron. The name is derived from a vitriolic water in Hungary called ziment.

Caesares Caesones

Children who are brought into the world by the Caesarean operation.

Caetchu

See Terra Japonica.

Caf Cafa Cafar

(From caphar, Arabic). See Camphora.

Cagastrum

Paracelsus used this word to express the morbific matter which generates diseases, and that is not innate, but adventitious. Diseases arising from the cagrastum are pleurisy, pestilence, fever, etc.

Cahveh Cahoua

See Coffea.

Caira Caitchu

See Terra Japonica.

Cajahaba

An Indian plant which adheres to trees like ivy; the natives bruise it, and bind it upon fractures. Raii Hist.