(From. crispus, crisp; from the crispness and curledness of its leaves). See Bupthalmum.
(From cresco, to grow; because of their abundance every where). See Nasturtium aquaticum.
(Greek.) See Crithmum. Crevis. See Astacus fluviatilis. Cribratio, (from cribrum, a sieve). Searsing. In pharmacy, it is the passing of powders and pulps through a sieve, or searse.
And Cribrosum Os, (from cribrum, sieve). See Ethmoides os.
Or Cymbolariscartilago, (from a ring, and a form). The name of the annular cartilage belonging to the larynx, which it encompasses. See Aspera arteria.
(From bran). An epithet for urine, which deposits a branny sediment.
(Greek.) Dioscorides describes it as a coarse sort of meal produced from maize and wheat, of which they make pulse; Galen, as the largest particles of torrefied barley, which have escaped due contusion in the mill.
(From a lily). An epithet of suffumigation, mentioned in P.AEgineta; composed chiefly of the roots of lilies.
And Crines, (from crinis,hair). See Capillares vermiculi.
(From the same). Hairy, or having Long Hair or Beards Resemblieg Hair. In botany it means abounding with capillaments or small fibres like hairs, as in the root of the leek; and the phleum crinitum.
(From lily, and an ointment). Ointment of lilies, consisting of lilies and some other aromatics. It was also called AEgyptium album, and susinum.
An epithet for certain troches mentioned by Paulus AEgineta, and which he commends for cleansing sordid ulcers.
(From a ram, and mucus; because it frequently affects sheep). An epithet for persons abounding with mucus in the nose.
(From to hide, and a testicle). See Testes and Parorchidium.
(From judico, to judge). Critical.
(From crispo, to turn, or curl). Crispature, curling, In medicine it is supposed to be a spasmodic contraction or curling of the membranes and fibres; but these are not muscular, and we have no evidence of contraction except in muscular fibres. The idea arose from the sensation, referred to membranes; but really arising from an affection of some neighbouring muscles.