Chibou

A spurious species of gum elemi, little known in this country, though common in France.

Chibur

See Sulphur.

Chichiaxocotl

See Macaxocotlifera.

Chicos

Or Chicres. See Bovina affectio.

Chien

Dent. See Gramen caninum.

Chigres

See Hyboucouhu.

Chilchotes

See Piper Indicum.

Chili

Bals. de. This seems to have been an imposition. Salmon speaks, but without any proof, of its being brought from Chili. The Barbadoes tar, in which are mixed a few drops of the oil of aniseseed, is usually sold for it.

Chiliophyllon

(From Chiliophyllon 2074 a thousand, and a leaf ). See Millefolium.

Chili Arbor

See Cort. Peruvianus.

Chilli. See Piper Indicum.

Chilli Indiae orient. See Zingiber.

Chilon

(From Chilon 2076 a lip ). A person with large prominent lips, either by nature or from disease. The term is applicable to fish, as well as the human species; called also labeo.

Chilpelagua Chilterpin

See Piper Indicum.

Chimalath

Or Chimalatl. See Corona Solis.

Chimetiilon

See Pernio.

Chimiater

(From chimia, chemistry, and Chimiater 2077 a physician). Physicians who make the science of chemistry subservient to the purposes of medicine. Physicians of this description are called also chemici and iatrochimici.

Chimolea Laxa

Paracelsus means, by this word, the powder which is separated from the flowers of saline ores.

Chine Nse

See Aurantia sinensis.

Chinchina

See Cort. Peruv.

Chloli. See Furuncllus.

Chiques

A name which the French give to the worms which are found under the toes of the negroes, and which are destroyed by the oil which flows out of the cashew nut shell.

Chiragra

(From Chiragra 2078 the hand, and a seizure ). Gout in the hand. See Arthritis.

Chirones

(From Chirones 2080 the hand). See Bovina Affec1io.

Chironia

(From Chironia 2081 the hand). See Bryonia nigra. It is also a name for the centaury. See Centaurium.

Chiro

N1um. A malignant ulcer, difficult to heal, with a hard, callous, and tumid margin; so called from Chiron the centaur, who is said to be the first who cured it. It is also called tetephium.

Chironomia

See Cheironomia.

Chirotheca And Podotheca

(From Chirotheca And Podotheca 2082 manus, and pes, or pono, to put ). In the preparation of anatomical subjects, they are a glove and a shoe of the scarf skin, with the nails adhering. They are separated with very little trouble after the cuticula loosens from the parts below by putrefaction; and this method is better than that of separating it by means of boiling water