Peruviana. See Bexugo.
The name of a col-lyrium described by Celsus.
Cleonis gluten. It is mentioned by Oribasius, lib. iv. and recommended for restraining fluxes: it consists of terra Samia, myrrh, grains of frankincense, of each equal parts; the white of egg, a sufficient quantity; spread on linen cloth, to be applied to the temples and forehead.
(From to conceal, and
•water). Properly an instrument to measure time by the dropping of water through a hole from one vessel to another; but it is used to express a chemical vessel perforated in the same manner. It is also an instrument mentioned by Paracelsus, contrived to convey suffumi-gations to the uterus."
(Quasi from to conceal). A little portable oven.
This well lies a mile from Deddington in Oxfordshire. It is a weaker water of the same sort with Tilbury, which see.
(From to proceed). Also called scala sacra. A name given by the ancients to some antidotes, the ingredients in which gradually diminished in quantity, e.g.chamaedryos iij. centaurii ij. hype-rici i. See Pulvis ad rheumatismum, under
(From . a bed, also cataclines).
Clinical. It is applied to patients who keep their beds. Hence a clinical physician is one who attends the sick; and clinical lectures are those in part, at least, delivered at the bed side on the cases of the patient.
The four small processes of the os sphenoides, which form the sella turcica, (from resemblance, and a bed).
(From a bed, and peto, to seek). A person who,on account of great weakness, or any disorder, is obliged to lie in bed, or on a bed.
(From a bed, and a foot; so called because it has leaves like a bed's foot ). See Marum.
Clinopodium majus Acinos. See Basilicum.