(From a cartilage, and a tongue). A muscle inserted into the basis, or cartilaginous part of the tongue. See Hyoglossus.
(From to pour out, and water; from the manner, according to Schrevelius, in which the food of the ancients called Alica was made). See Alica cartilago, and Xiphoides cartila-go. It also signifies any grumous concretion, as of
A cartilaginous ligament. (From cartilago, and con-nectio).
(From a cartilage and the upper part of the fauces). See
An English wine quart.
A chopine; also cheopina, which see.
A pint measure at Paris, containing fifteen ounces and a half, or sixteen ounces.
A region, (from a place). Galen, in his work De Usu Part. expresses by it particularly the cavities of the eyes; but in other places he means by it any void space.
(From a cord, and , to knit; so called, from the intestines appearing to be twisted into knots, like pieces of string, in a species of painful colic). See Colica, and Iliaca passio.
A gonorrhoea attended with chordee, or painful tension of the penis. See Gonorrhcea.
De Palmiste. (French.) The cabbage of the palm tree. See Palma nobilis.
An antiscorbutic, used on the Newfoundland station, and consists only of fresh fish boiled with the salted ship provisions.
Chowder beer, is an infusion of spruce in water, from which beer is prepared in the common way.
(From to anoint). Whatever is applied by way of unction.
A newly discovered metal. See Chemistry.
(From the skin). Galen says, that the Ionians mean, by this word, the flesh in our bodies; i. e. all except bones and cartilages.
(From colour, and sight).
V disease in the eyes, in which the person perceives objects of colours different from their real ones.