(From cuspis, a point or spear). Pointed. In botany the term regards the apex only, when the leaves have the apex sharp like a spear, or terminating in a bristly point. Some of the teeth are called cuspidati. See Dentes.
An instrument to preserve the eye in an operation.
(From cutis, the skin; belonging to the skin). See Platysma myoides.
It goes out anteriorly from the extremity of the os coccygis; is slender, and divides into two portions at the orifice of the anus, which run into the membrana adiposa, are inserted in the skin on each side of the anus by a kind of expansion, and continue to divaricate: they are lost on the sides of the perinaeum.
(From cuticula). See Dura mater.
See Terra Japonica.
See Faba AEgypTiaca.
(From to bring forth; from its fecundity). Sec Faba. It also signifies a wood louse in the form of a bean. See Aselli.
Sweet Sultan, Or Sultan Flower. It is slightly cordial. Centavrea moschata Lin. Sp. Pi. 1286,a.
(From to pour out). Properly, the eye of a needle; but it is used to signify the orifice of the internal car. See Auris.
Brown spots in the lips, forehead, and hands of pregnant women.
(From the same). The hollow part of a probe, formed in the shape of a small spout, as in an ear-picker.
See Palma Japonica.
(From to mix; also cinnum, or cinnus). It is a mixture, of the consistence of pap, made with wine, honey, flour, and cheese; perhaps the macaroni of antiquity. This name was given to some ptisans; and to a kind of salad in which cheese was mixed. See also Oenus anthinos.
(From the same; so called from the mixture of the ore with lead to form litharge). See
(From to surround; from the spiral coiling of its leaves and stalk). See Arthanita.
(From a circle). Seetrochis01. Also an instrument formerly used in the operation of the trepan.